DRAGON FLY - Muskoka - Six Mile Lake

Port Severn, Coldwater, and Bala in that order from closest to farthest, Ontario, Muskoka, Parry Sound

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  • 3Bedrooms
  • 1Bathrooms
  • 6Guests
  • 3Parking Spots
  • 241 m2Building Size
  • 1 weekMinimum Stay
Rustic cottage on Six Mile Lake in Port Severn, township of Muskoka. Breathtaking view of the lake from all angles. At night it looks like a sheet of glass with the sounds of loons in the distance. Canoe is available for those lazy afternoons on the lake. (be sure to bring suntan lotion!) Wake up to the sun shining and the birds chirping. Have breakfast outside on the veranda or bring your coffee down to the dock. At night, bring that after dinner glass of wine or if you prefer a beer and smoke that cigar you have been keeping for such an occasion right by water. If it does happen to rain, it will sound pleasant and soothing. (Great time to read that book you have been hanging on to for just the right time) You will find the property is right opposite private crown land on quiet section of the lake. Great for couples, families (with kids- they might spot a chipmunk or two!!), and furry friends (pets). If you have a boat, it can be launched from Wauwatosa Trading Post & Marina. Appliances include Fridge, Stove, kettle, coffee maker, microwave.
  • Winterized
  • Pets Allowed
  • Internet/WiFi
  • Accessible
  • No Smoking
  • Waterfront

Sleeping Arrangements

Master Bedroom

Loft

Kids Loft

Interior

It is a 1 bedroom cottage with 2 lofts off the living room area, just beautiful and open with a rustic feel.

Sleeping arrangements:
1 bdrm (sleeps 2 adults)
1 loft (sleeps 2 adults)
2nd smaller loft (sleeps 3 young children)

Exterior

On the water with an accessible dock, outdoor table to eat at and the rock ground is just amazing. Large child proof deck that runs the perimeter of the property, facing the lake. Please note there are several steps from the driveway to cabin and from the cabin to the dock.

Dragonfly Cottage (pictures as per this listing)

Also available (our neighbouring Cottage, is called Firefly cottage, suitable for 4, also listed on this site) please inquire for pictures and rate.

Amenities

  • Beach Nearby
  • Great for Kids
  • Swimming
  • Fridge
  • Stove
  • Microwave
  • Dishwasher
  • Gas BBQ
  • Canoe
  • Firepit
  • Woodstove
  • Paddleboat
  • Dishes and Utensils
  • Coffee Maker
Hammock, Canoe, Paddle Boat, Kayak toaster over, outdoor pizza oven, fire pit

Cottage Location

Activities Nearby

http://sixmilelake.net/Within walking distance to Six Mile Lake Provincial Park.
Wauwatosa Trading Post & Marina: Ph 705.756.2681

Big Chute Marina: Ph 705-756-2641- www.7057562641.yp.ca
Propane, groceries & a licensed restaurant

Town of Port Severn: H&H Shell (propane for BBQ, Greyhound bus stop, food, liquor) - Golf at Honey Harbor Road 9 Holes, Inn at Christie’s Mill (Restaurant & Relaxation Spa / Ph 705.538.2354)

Town of Coldwater: Large IGA Supermarket, horse riding stables off Big Chute Road - Full service town

Town of Severn Falls: LCBO, River Emporium General Store and The River House Restaurant (excellent drive, food and view)

Casino Rama in Orillia: Ph 705.329.3325 - http://www.casinorama.com/-
Casino w/live shows, dining & misc.
https://www.ontarioparks.com/park/sixmilelake/activities

General Information
Phone: (705) 756-2746
Size: 212.00 ha Year established: 1958
Park Classification: Recreational
Address:
2024 Joe King's Road
Port Severn
L0K 1S0

The lake water is not potable, not safe to drink or cook with

Hiking
Three short, linear but interconnected hiking trails offer visitors the opportunity to take in the natural and cultural heritage of Six Mile Lake Provincial Park.
1) The Living Edge Trail 1 km, easy
Catch a glimpse of beaver lodges in wetland areas, walk the rocky outcrops of the Canadian Shield and keep your eyes open for the wide variety of species that live in the forest!

2) The David Milne Trail 0.5 km, easy
This trail celebrates the influence of one of Canada’s foremost artists who lived on Six Mile Lake and used the scenic vistas and majestic landscape as inspiration for his paintings. These paintings would later be recognized for their impact on Canadian culture. View the signature rolling rocks of the Canadian Shield that inspired so many of his paintings and sketches.

3) The Marsh Trail
Hikers will circle a wetland area which provides important habitat for a wide variety of plants and wildlife. Keep your eyes open for all kinds of species from dragonflies to moose!

Rental Rates

During Peak Season we prefer to rent for 7 nights - from Saturday 3p check in to Saturday noon check out. 1750 = $250 per night Long weekends $300 per night
our rental schedule for STAT holidays from Friday to Monday.

House Rules & Cancellations

Also note: $50 extra per night for extra guest

Contact Owner