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October 13 - December 19, 2014 $179/night per cottage with personal hot tub -a 2
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Experiences page Lots to See and Do at Beauview
- Romantic Getaways, Family Vacations, Personal
HOT TUBS. A small quiet, friendly, self
catering cottage resort ** 2 1/2 hours from Toronto
The Golden Encore of Fall Colours is underway in Muskoka. There are yellows and oranges in forests. Romantic getaways are our specialty at this time of year. We have cottages with personal hot tubs and cozy gas fireplaces, towels, robes and a bottle of wine for couples that stay with us. The Fall colours in Muskoka are a wonder to behold. In the next 2 or 3 weeks, the trees will change colour throughout the area. The reds and oranges are particularly stunning this year because of the wet summer we had. Mother nature took care of her trees. Summer has returned for the first week of Fall with record high temperatures that have not been seen in 30 years. If you can get some time off during the week it will be well worth it. School is back in session very soon. The children go back to school so the adults can come and play! All the water activities are still available in the fall and it's quiet! The leaves start to turn colour in the latter part of September. The Canoes and kayaks stay out until after thanksgiving weekend. For inside activities, we have increased the speed and reach of our wifi internet. A number of the Tv's get HD channels. Half of the TV's are now 40 inches in size. Not only are there lots of activities to do around Beauview like swimming, kayaking, skiing, tubing, canoeing, there's activities nearby too: Santa's Village and Sportsland, TreeTop Trekking, hiking and biking in Algonquin park, Baysville Walkabout, Arts and Crafts, Antiques, Midnite Madness, Antique Boat and Car shows.
We are ready for Summer! The water trampoline is in the water along with the water slide and the difficult to balance Moonwalk. Air conditioners are installed in the cottages. The lake water temperature has warmed up so you can go on short swims. ATV Trails are AWESOME! as reported by one of our recent guests. The new trails are well marked and for all levels of rider from beginner to expert. Canoes, Kayaks, paddleboards are all available for use. The water is still cold so swimming is only for the brave ones. Muskoka ATV rentals and tours are available starting May 1, 2014 Just south of Baysville, Muskoka there is a network of ATV Trails suitable for every level of ATV user.
It's the end of March and we still have lots of snow. Warmer temperatures are in
the weather forecast. We need the snow to melt! Romantic getaways
are offered anytime. There are cottages with gas fireplaces and personal
hot tubs to enjoy. A massage therapist will come to your cottage for personal
March 2014 - Winter is still with us in Ontario. The weather forecast will keep
snow on the ground until April. Winter sports like snowmobiling, snowshoeing and
skiing will be enjoyed throughout March with great conditions on the trails and
slopes. Our local dog sled tours operator North Ridge Ranch is taking bookings
up to the end of March now and maybe the first part of April. Ice fishing season
on Lake of Bays, Muskoka goes until the end of March.
February 2014 - Winter carnivals are happening almost every weekend in February.
Food, entertainment and family fun. Special activities like minnow races, snow
snake competition and cardboard toboggan races. Snowmobile trail conditions are ideal. Lots of snow to
play in. All the winter activities are in full swing as well as there are winter
carnivals taking place throughout our region.
January 2014 - Lots of cold and snow. Snowmobile trails are open. The dog
sled rides are happening and the ice skating trail at Arrowhead Provincial Park
in Huntsville is now open too. We have snowshoes and toboggans that our guests
December 2013 - Winter conditions with about 3 feet of snow on the ground. Some
of the snowmobile trails are already open and the ski trails are groomed for
holiday skiers. There are snowshoes you can borrow and a nice cosy fireplace to
return to after a day of outside activities.
October 2013 - The water is still warm enough for swimming. Our guests have been
using the kayaks, canoes and paddleboats. Moose and a baby moose were seen
nearby while guests were doing their morning run. There have been some beautiful
sunrises with mist on the lake. At the campfire, guests have had s'mores for the
September 2013 - Back to school for the children. Adults can getaway for a
romantic holiday. The water is still warm for swimming. The canoes, kayaks
SUPs and other watercraft are available to use until mid October.
August 2013 - two weeks left of Family vacation and then the children go back to
school. Beauview has many boats to use: kayaks, canoes, paddleboards and even a
rowboat for fishing. Many children and some adults have taken the moonwalk
challenge but only a few have made it across to the other side. There have
been a number of children that have had first time experiences: first time in a
kayak, first time tubing, first time getting up on water skis, first time eating
s'mores by the campfire.
July 2013 - The water temperature in Lake of Bays, Muskoka has changed
dramatically in 2 weeks. Due to the hot weather, the lake water temperature is
now 84 degrees F. People still think its cold ... it's not! It is refreshing to
swim in it. All the guests are enjoying the water. Guests are fishing for bass
right off the dock and canoeing around the closest island. For the little
children, the kid's paddleboats and kayaks get a lot of us. Some of the big kids
and little kids have made it across the moonwalk and down the water slide. Deer
and moose have been seen on the nearby roads.
June 2013 - All the water toys are out - water trampoline, waterslide and
moonwalk. People have already been in swimming but only for a short time as the
water temperature is still cool. The next few days of hot temperatures will make
a difference. The air conditioners have been installed in all the cottages. The
umbrellas and lawn chairs are out. Loungers for sun bathing are at the
waterfront. Around the property we have seen deer, chipmunks and lots of birds.
The ducks with their babies come to visit as they swim by on Lake of Bays.
Updated April 1, 2012 The docks are installed on Lake of Bays ready for Spring fishing. This is a great time to catch lake trout as they are close to the surface. No special fishing gear required. See our Facebook page for photos of the moose we saw in Algonquin Park.
The snow is melting fast. We have seen deer, chipmunks, and lots of birds out and about. It won't be long before the ice is out and the lake water returns!
We still have snow for March Break Activities in Muskoka. Snow tubing, skiing, dog sled rides and skating on the Lake of bays. Dining is close by in Huntsville.
The snowmobilers have arrived this weekend. Most of the snowmobile trails in Muskoka and around Huntsville Lake of Bays, are open. The only trails to stay away from are those that cross over lakes. They have not been staked due to the mild weather this January. We have couples and a family staying with us this weekend that have gone snowmobiling.
Cottages are available for Christmas and New Years getaways for couples and families. We require a 3 night minimum stay between Christmas and New Years.
National Geographic Traveler magazine has recognized Muskoka as one of their top 20 must see world destinations for 2012. http://travel.nationalgeographic.com/travel/best-trips-2012/
We require a 2 night minimum stay from September to June and a 7 night minimum stay in July 16 to August 20. ***** Some 3 or 4 night packages (must begin or end on a Saturday) are available June 25 to July 16 2011.
Cottages with kitchen, satellite TV, Air conditioners, personal hot tub, gas BBQ. Canoes, paddle boats, kayaks, water trampoline at no extra charge. Plus children's tubing, water skiing, crafts and BINGO in the Summer
Please visit our BLOG for the latest news, pictures and over 20 VIDEO Clips of what's happening at Beauview. We have short videos of visiting deer, a 4 year old teaching how to make mud pies, water trampoline fun, and the Biggest FISH caught off our docks. See yourself, if you stayed here, or see what you've missed!
Beauview has been recognized by the Audubon Green Leaf Eco Rating program and has achieved the Rating of 3 Green Leafs.
"Beauview Cottage Resort is taking substantial steps towards environmental improvement. Beauview Cottage Resort has made excellent progress in adopting industry best practices for energy efficiency, resource conservation and pollution prevention in all areas of its operations and management."
The Muskoka Triathlon and Ironman bike race courses go right past Beauview. A great place for you to train and for your family to watch the race.
Minister Clement Announces Date of the 2010 G8 Summit
HUNTSVILLE, ONTARIO, November 1, 2008
The Honourable Tony Clement, Minister of Industry and Minister for FedNor, announced today that the G8 Summit will be held from June 25
The Prime Minister of Canada, Stephen Harper, announced that 2010 G8 Summit will be held in Huntsville, Ontario, Canada
Fall Coming Events:
SEPT Bracebridge Fall Fair
There will be a midway and live bands, English horse show and heavy horse pull, livestock, poultry, rabbit competitions, baby contest, cake/pie auction, and more. Sunday is Family Day! There will be a free bus to and from the fairgrounds. See you at the Fair! For more information contact the Fair Office at 705-789-9540 or email@example.com.
SEPT Shades of Autumn Antique, Classic and Custom Car Show
The Downtown Huntsville BIA presents the Annual Shades of Autumn Antique, Classic and Custom Car Show If four wheels are your passion, the Annual Huntsville Antique, Classic and Custom Car Show is an adventure that will accelerate your hear rate. 250 exhibits up and down the main drag, trophies and door prizes - this is one automotive competition that you can take in on two feet. First come, first serve car registration on Main Street beginning at 7 a.m.. For more information call 705-789-1400, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.huntsvilleadventures.ca
SEPT Muskoka Autumn Studio Tour
This Tour runs on September 27th to 28th. Come and celebrate our 30th anniversary as we throw our doors open to you! Explore the studios of Muskoka's celebrated artists and craftspeople. This is a free self-guided tour. For more information call 705-687-6521 or visit www.muskoka.com/tour .
October Turkey Dinner and Fireworks in Port Sydney
The Annual Turkey Dinner will be held at The Port Sydney Community Hall. This will be a traditional dinner with all the trimmings. There will be continuous seating from 3:30 p.m. until 7:30 p.m. The cost is $14.00 for adults and $7.00 for children 12 and under. Stay and enjoy the exciting FIREWORKS DISPLAY at dusk on the beach at 8:15 p.m. All donations are welcome. For more information and to volunteer please call Cindy at 705-385-0170 or email Jody: email@example.com. All proceeds raised are for the Hall Renovation Projects.
OCT Bala Cranberry Festival
To be held at locations throughout Bala. For more information call 705-762-1564.
OCT Great Pumpkin Trail
The Muskoka Heritage Place - Museum, Village, Train is having the Great Pumpkin Trail. Come to a candle-lit village for tricky treats. For more information call 705-789-7576, or visit www.muskokaheritageplace.org
November Huntsville Santa Claus Parade 7:00 PM
common question for the Spring is "What is there to do?
My answer is PLAY ! !
Our U.K. Connection - We have had several couples recently stay with us that are from the United Kingdom. One couple from Devon said that Air Transat has direct flights from Exeter U. K. to Toronto, Canada each week. It is much closer for them to go to Exeter than Heathrow airport and much less expensive with no expensive overnight stay in an airport hotel. They took in the sights of Niagara Falls, Toronto and then came to the country to stay with us at Beauview. They went canoeing, fishing, hiking in Algonquin Park, saw a moose and deer and black squirrels!
How about Bird Watching?
Gord plays tenor saxophone in the Huntsville Community Band