Accommodations and Resorts
Kearney offers a variety of unique accommodations that can host small and large families or groups with various activities. Experience local hospitality at its finest by staying at one of our popular cottages, resorts, or campgrounds.
Algonquin Hemlock Point
Hemlock Point is in near proximity to Algonquin Park, one of Canada’s greatest outdoor venues.
Balsam Valley Resort
Balsam Valley Resort is located in Kearney, Ontario in the Muskoka, Parry Sound Region overlooking beautiful Groom Lake with year round access. Balsam Valley Resort is a 6 bedroom, 3 bath, 3000+ sq.ft. luxury log home that sleeps up to 12 people comfortably on 64 acres.
For questions or bookings, please email: email@example.com
Bennett’s Beehive Cottages
A quaint small cottage nestled on the shore of a small lake is in the heart of the Almaguin Highlands. The three bedroom, 3 piece bath and open concept kitchen living area is a perfect spot for your family adventure. Enjoy such fun activities as canoeing, fishing and paddle boating or a swim at the sandy beach. You will also enjoy our pet friendly policy.
Edgewater Park Lodge
Year round cottage resort on Sand Lake. Located 30 min. north of Huntsville on Hwy 518 E. 13 cozy cottages with kitchen, 2, 3 or 4 bedrooms. 1 motel with 5 rooms. Fire pit at cottages. Licensed family restaurant open Sun- Thurs 8am- 8pm and Fri- Sat 8am -9pm (Please Check website for any hour changes). Sandy beach, outside activities, coin laundry on site. Surrounded by Crown land trails for snowmobiling and ATV’s.
Granite Ridge Campground
Located on beautiful Himbury Lake with its golden sand beach and spring fed water. Granite Ridge Campground is situated on 175 acres of stunning wilderness with the Magnetawan river running along the property. Canoe, kayak, swim, fish or just laze on the borders of Algonquin, Muskoka and Blue Sky region’s finest while enjoying all the amenities our campground has to offer.
Northern Retreats offers a selection of cottage rentals in the Muskoka and surrounding areas to suit everyone’s budget. Rates are based on many factors including location, size of rental cottage, number of bedrooms, age of the cottage, atmosphere, privacy from other cottages, watercraft, type of waterfront and much more.
For questions or bookings, please contact:
Muskoka and Almaguin Area Private Lakefront Cottage Rentals
Heidi Robinson – (705) 636-9505
Amy Eastaugh – (705) 685-1286
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Sand Lake Cottages & Inn
A year round cottage resort on Sand Lake in the Almaguin Highlands, just 30 minutes north of Hutsville. Sand Lake Cottages & Inn can accommodate between two and ten people in one cottage.
Kearney’s newest accommodation destination offers nine townhomes which can host up to 10 guests each. This unique vacation spot is situated in the heart of Kearney, inside a gated community with beautiful vistas and private access to the water. Enjoy the peace and tranquility of all that the Almaguin Highlands offers, while right in the heart of Kearney.
For more information please visit the website at www.scarlettpoint.ca
Silver Sand Family Resort
This resort is located on the quiet, beautiful, and private north shore of Sand Lake where you will enjoy nature at its best. For your comfort the resort has private, modern cottages, family camping, and now it is home of the new Silver Sands Whiskey Jack restaurant and store which offers home cooking in a one of a kind building. Fishing and hunting packages are available. Snowmobile on OFSC’s best trail system in the province. Open year round.
Somerville Place Bed & Breakfast
Located in Kearney, Ontario and the gateway to the Algonquin Park. Somerville Place Bed & Breakfast boasts a unique 1950’s cottage style home that offers tranquility and adventure. Sit on the charming porch overlooking Mirror Bay, where you can enjoy your breakfast before venturing out to the Algonquin Park or one of the amazing snowmobile or hiking trails. Two guest bedrooms with double size beds, private entrance and deck. Non- Smoking. Activities abound such as: 7 miles of waterways, Algonquin Park access, fishing, hiking, golfing, swimming, canoeing, cross country skiing, snowmobiling, dining, antique shops, and many more.