Affordable, three bedroom, 700 sq ft waterfront cottage located
on beautiful Cameron Lake, an inland lake just outside Tobermory
on the Bruce Peninsula
All the living area of the cottage is located on one floor with
an open concept main living area. Large windows allow natural light
to filter into the cottage. A sectional sofa provide's room for
everyone in the group to relax and unwind after a long day exploring
all the activities that the Bruce Peninsula has to offer. A 32"
television with satellite is available for use along with a DVD
The fully equipped kitchen includes fridge, stove and microwave as well as a table with chairs for all six in the party. A patio door from both the kitchen and living area lead out to the 200 square foot waterfront deck.
There are three bedrooms at this cottage. Two bedrooms have double
beds and nice size windows, and the third bedroom has a set of single
The bathroom at the cottage is a three-piece with a shower.
Outside the cottage the 200 sq ft lakeside deck is perfect for
relaxing and enjoying the fresh air. A patio set and propane BBQ
are available for your outdoor dining pleasure. A firepit is also
available for your family to enjoy a campfire together.
The cottage driveway sits up above the cottage and a short path
leads you down to the cottage and water's edge. The lot is treed
with a combination of cedar and birch trees.
The shoreline at the cottage has a shallow entry, and provides access to good swimming. The best thing about swimming in the clear waters of Cameron Lake is that the water temperature is not influenced by the frigid undercurrents from the Great Lakes and Georgian Bay. From the shore or from the dock platform you can supervise the kids playing in the water, or you can take your morning coffee out to watch the beautiful sunrises over the lake.
There is a hiking trail that leads you from the cottage to the
Grotto on Georgian Bay in the National Park. It is a one hour hike
in (please note this hike is not suitable for the young or those
with mobility issues). This saves you having to worry about parking
at the Park entrance.