Very private, compact, 576 square foot, two bedroom
cottage located at Sydney Bay on the undeveloped shores of Georgian
Bay. Experience the unparalleled views of the Niagara Escarpment
in the quiet privacy that Keeshigonong has to offer.
An environmentally conscious cottage, this cottage is powered by
solar panels and supplemented by a generator for back up.
The main living area of the cottage is an open concept that includes
a living area with kitchen. The living area includes a sofa and
two chairs to relax and enjoy a novel in. IF you tire of the great
outdoors a TV and satellite are available to keep you entertained.
The kitchen includes a stove top and fridge. A woodstove is available
to cook in in the kitchen. It provides both heat and a place to
warm your kettle. A dining room table with seating for all four
in your family.
There are two bedrooms at the cottage, both off the main living
area. Bedroom one has a double and a cot. The second bedroom has
a double size bed and is also the location of the one bathroom at
the cottage. In this room you will find a sink, toilet, and shower.
Outside of the cottage, enjoy private water access and a covered
sitting area that acts as an outdoor eating area. Picnic tables
and a propane bbq provide the perfect alternative to indoor cooking
on a hot summer day, with a complimentary view of Georgain Bay.
A firepit is available for your family to enjoy an evening campfire.
This is an ideal time for you to catch a glimpse of the starry night
sky away from the lights of the city.
If you hike north along the shoreline for about a half-hour you
will reach Cape Croker Park. Restroom, shower and laundry facilities
are available here.This park also offers natural trails, beach volleyball
and native cultural activities - many artists and craftspeople of
the Nawash reserve can be found here.
Fresh fish, caught daily, are sold on the reserve at a location
a five-minute drive from the cottage. You will also find a convenience
store a few kilometers away.
Wiarton is a short drive away. There are many little shops in Wiarton
featuring locally-handcrafted items. Many studios/shops in the outlying
areas specialize in oil painting, woodworking, stained glass &
pottery. Wiarton is the home of famous painter Paul Duff. His studio
is open for visitors during the summer and is located north on Hwy
6 approximately 8 km away.