Lake Huron resorts overlook one of the grandest of the Great Lakes, a scenic marvel in all four seasons. If you're seeking a relaxing getaway and an array of activities available at a moment's notice, you'll enjoy a stay at one of the resorts in Lake Huron Canada. A long and winding shoreline separates the United States from Canada, as well as Michigan from Ontario, providing plenty of picturesque settings perfect resorts.
Many Lake Huron resorts are located along Georgian Bay, an extension of Lake Huron Canada that is so large it's often called the sixth Great Lake. A destination as popular in the winter as in the summer, this area of Southern Ontario is as pretty as they come. Guests of Christie's Mill Inn & Spa enjoy the beautiful views of crystal-clear waters, towering pine trees, and the Muskoka Peninsula. This European-style inn is home to a spa, a cozy dining room, and 41 luxury guestrooms, each decorated in French country decor. You will have access to an array of relaxing options, including an outdoor hot tub. As long it's not winter, guests are invited on a pontoon boat cruise. Great Lakes cruises are a tradition in this part of the world. With all inclusive packages, you can enjoy all the resort has to offer without worrying about opening your wallet for each meal or activity. Besides meals and overnight accommodations, packages can include golf, live music, and tickets to local attractions like moonlight cruises and theater performances.
Diamond Key Lodge (pictured), another one of the resorts in Lake Huron Canada along Georgian Bay, is favored by anglers, kayakers, and anyone who prefers scenic views to urban sprawl. With so much to do, you can enjoy Great Lakes vacations perfectly suited to you and your traveling companions. Accommodations are available one of the cabins, each with a view of the lake, cozy and plenty of room to stretch out. Guests are invited to hang out with the owners in the main lodge, where you can play games, eat your meals, and even prepare for the day's catch. Anglers report excellent hauls of walleye and other sport fish. You also have a wide range of choices on what to do on and off shore, as you'd expect for Lake Huron resorts.
Counting Georgian Bay, the waters of the big lake are home to 30,000 islands; most are small and unpopulated, but some can accommodate overnight visitors. Manitoulin Island, another favorite destination for Great Lakes fishing, is one of them. People flock to the island, which is accessible by bridge, as well as flights from the mainland and cruises, in all four seasons. The list of things to do is extensive. You'll have the chance to enjoy all types of outdoor recreation, along with connecting with Native American culture. The island's resorts can help you find the perfect things to do that suit your interest.
When visiting Manitoulin Island, you will find many choices for resorts in Lake Huron Canada, some on the shores of the big lake and others along one of the inland lakes. The Evergreen Resort invites families and others to experience its scenic setting, whether they're staying in one of the cabins or traditional guestrooms. The lakeside cottages all have large porches where you can grill up dinner or sit and watch the views of the big lake. When it's time to have some fun, you'll have many choices. The resort can supply canoes and boat rentals, as well as bikes and fishing charters. The resort staff can make suggestions about even more of the things to do on and off the shores of Lake Huron.