This is a 10X10 tiny cabin. This is meant to be a budget option for people who like camping but do not like sleeping in a tent. This cabin has one ultra comfortable double bed, a table, lamp and two chairs. The porch is just a few meters from the shores of Lake Cecebe. The rustic feel is captured with interior pine throughout.
For the bathroom, there is a private outhouse. There is also an indoor bathroom and shower house within walking distance. A map is included for self-check in.
-includes unlimited use of canoes, kayaks and pedal boats
-use of private sandy beach with raft
-private dock and campfire pit
-private picnic table
–close to nearby sites (rapids, artists, shops, trails, parks etc. See the Guidbook Section for our Top 10 Free Nearby Experiences)
-we sell a large wheelbarrow of firewood for $10
-pet fee of $25 (sorry no pets in 5.5 The Pines Tiny Cabin)
-rent a BBQ for $25
-shuttle to and from the Burk's Falls bus station $40 (if you don't have a car and don't want to rent one, you can take a bus from the Toronto area to Burk's Falls. For more information visit the Ontario Northland Bus website.)
We have a spring fed well which is treated and tested everyday. The water from every tap in the camp is drinkable. Please DO NOT bring bottled water. Also, there is a nearby spring for a water experience (see #5 in the Guidebook Below).
WIFI - We have 8 cabins spread across 20 acres and have considered making wifi available at each location. However, after much consultation with our guests they have almost always requested no wifi access in their cabins so it is easier to stay disconnected to truly enjoy their stay. We do have a central location for reliable high-speed wifi which is no more than a 3 minute walk from your cabin. There is a cellular tower nearby so reception is perfect.
There is a large well equipped shared kitchen with everything you need to prepare gourmet meals!
You have your own private fire pit, hammock and picnic table.
You have unlimited access to canoes, kayaks and pedal boats.
There is also a large beach volleyball court and sandy beach with a raft for swimming.
Interakcija s gostima
Lighthouse Landing Camp has been in our family for 54 years. We are here for our guests as much or as little as desired.
When you confirm your reservation, please include the names of everyone in your group. This will help us to make your stay more personal.
below are a few of our favorite FREE local sites.
1.Thompson Rapids (20 minute drive) – named after the inspiration for the Group of Seven Artists, Tom Thompson. This scene is straight out of a Muskoka magazine or Group of Seven canvas. There is a grassy area to spread out a picnic blanket, a fire pit to roast some smores and an outhouse. Bring your camera because the views are spectacular. There is a small trail near the parking area which takes you to the best views.
2. Knoepfli (pronounced can-niff-o-lee) Rapids (10 minute drive) – these rapids are more intense than Thompson Rapids but there is a nice swimming spot at the very end. Bring a picnic lunch and a good book and lose yourself in the serenity of the rushing water.
3. Distress River Paddle (10 minute paddle from your cabin to the mouth of the river) – don’t let the name fool you. We think it should be called De-stress River. This meandering river takes you away from the open water for as far as your heart desires. If you are quiet you are almost guaranteed to see some wildlife – mallard or merganser ducks, the great blue heron, dozens of birds and maybe even a busy beaver or thirsty deer. Once in the early morning fog a moose swam beside our canoe! There are also a plethora of wild water plants including a rare pink river orchid!
4. The Magnetawan Park and Dam Trail (3 minute drive, 30 minute walk or 40 minute paddle) – this park has it all! Tall shady trees, soft sandy beach, swimming docks and rafts, a covered pavilion and playground equipment for the kids and outdoor workout equipment for the adults. Follow the path to one of the few remaining hand operated locks systems in Canada. Cross over the whole dam and there is a nice trail around a small island. Stroll it and check out the many variety of trees or jog a few laps for a fantastic trail run.
5. The Spring (2 minute drive, 20 minute walk) – this ain’t no “Himalayan Spring Water” sucked from the local municipal tap. This is the real deal. Ice cold, crystal clear, spring water filtered by Mother Nature herself. Don’t forget your water bottle!
6. Screaming Heads (15 minute drive) – lets just say you would not want to be lost here at night on Halloween! Peter Camini is a local artist who has transformed his rolling hillside property into a work of art. Large concrete ghostly shapes emerge from the ground surrounding a medieval home complete with a two headed dragon as a chimney. Stroll around lush ponds and organic gardens to capture some memorable snapshots. Bring your camera, some bug spray and an open mind.
7. Sundridge Park & Scenic Lookout (20 minute drive) – this is a must for families with young children! Nestled on the shores of Lake Barnard, Sundrige park has everything to keep the little ones entertained outdoors. A rockin splash pad, huge jungle gym, covered pavilions and best of all the lake is knee deep and sand bottom for at least 100 meters. This is also a great spot to have a game of knee deep football with your friends. When you are all tuckered out jump back in the car for a short drive to a stunning lookout point high on the rocky cliffs of Lake Barnard.
8. Sunset Drift (1 minute from your dock) – one of our favorite things to do at the end of a beautiful day is to drift in a canoe or kayak, turn to the historic lighthouse and watch the sun set into the lake! Living the dream.
9. Echo Rock (3 hour round trip paddle) – this trip is not for the faint of heart, but the views are worth all of the effort! The paddle south east up the lake will take you past grandiose cottages and tiny islands. Once there you can have a picnic lunch and swim on a miniature island facing the massive granite wall named Echo Rock (a-hem, this is where we were engaged). Paddle in front of the rock and shout out your dreams. TRAVEL THE WOR WOR wor wor wor world!
10. Local Trails and Walks –
A.The Cornelia Levering Trail meanders through the forest surrounding the small local 9-hole golf course. Hunt for wild edible mushrooms and golf balls gone astray. The start of this trail is a short 5 minute drive from your cabin.
B.The Burk’s Falls Hertiage walk takes you across an old covered bridge and down an easy walking trail ending at the fair ground in the back of Burk’s Falls. The start of this trail is a 15 minute drive from your cabin.
C.The Group of Seven Mural Walk – this is not a trail but it is quite the adventure to find all 33 massive murals copied from Group of Seven masterpieces. During the artists scavenger hunt stop off at one of the many shops in the bustling town of Huntsville. The start of this walk is a 45 minute drive from your cabin.
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