Logging Chain Lodge Cottages
Dwight, Ontario on Lake of Bays, Muskoka 877-635-2575 / 705-635-2575
With only a 7 minute drive to Oxtongue River-Ragged Falls Provincial Park, once discovered, this hidden little gem becomes a favourite spot for many visitors to return to year-after-year! Unplug, unwind - return to Mother Nature's playground in Muskoka!
Spring in Muskoka is truly a great experience! It's the time of year when you can see a lot of wildlife in natural surroundings. Moose, deer, bear, wolves, fox, beaver and wild turkeys are only a few of our neighbours who become more active as the Winter snow and ice begin to disappear. It's also the time for baby animals!
Canoes and Kayaks are available on site and are free for our guest's use on Lake of Bays. Enjoy a 1 hour paddle to Marsh's Falls, starting at Dwight Beach in front of our cottage resort.
Do you like to fish? Head down to the Dwight Beach Town Dock and throw in a line!
There's also the "Fishing Bridge" just a 5 minute walk down Dwight Beach Road - a favourite local's spot...
Pike, Trout, and Bass are just a few of the fish species that you can tell your friends about. Hopefully, not "the One" that got away!
Algonquin Provincial Park is truly a Canadian wonder, located only 15 minutes drive from our cottage resort. Walking, hiking and biking trails, not to mention a great Visitor Centre and Logging Museum are just down the road. Buy an all-day vehicle permit for an economical and fun day out.
Once the snow melts away and the ice is off Lake of Bays - usually around mid-April - the temperatures begin to gradually rise and reach a comfortable level for wearing only a light jacket.
There's so much for you to see, not to mention eat and drink as you discover our great local restaurants and micro-breweries along the way!
Interested in the Group of 7 Artists?
Discover re-created works of these great Masters through a walking tour of
From time-to-time, you can become interactive with the modern artists as they re-create these great works by helping to paint as they work on their canvasses en plein air!
Many of the large paintings are in downtown Huntsville, with several easily visited by vehicle.
The simplicity of a stroll through our small village of Dwight will provide a quiet opportunity to discover hidden pockets of nature's beauty... If you need a yummy prize at the end of the walk, head to our famous Henrietta's Pine Bakery or Erika's Coffee Shop where you will discover wonderful home-style baking. Shopping and local artisans await your visit. Spring is the perfect opportunity to spend time interacting with local shop owners. The Dwight Trading Post and the Oxtongue Craft Cabin are just a few examples! Or, if you prefer to drive 15 minutes to Huntsville, walk along the main street of historic Downtown Huntsville's shops and restaurants.
Logging Chain Lodge Cottage Resort 2840 Highway 60, Dwight, Ontario, Canada P0A 1H0