Limited WiFi in the forest or on Peninsula Lake, but we promise you'll find a better connection
WINTER SEASON: Mid December to Late March
Winter in Muskoka can be a time of unlimited activity, or a time of relaxation. The choice is yours.
SEE FIRST HAND WHAT A WINTER ESCAPE AT CEDAR GROVE LODGE IS ALL ABOUT…
Always keep in mind that as Mother Nature does her thing, some activities become weather dependent.
Get Active in the Snow!
5km of woodland Cross Country Ski Trails On Site • Cross Country Skiing at nearby Arrowhead Provincial Park & Algonquin Provincial Park • Downhill Skiing & Snowboarding nearby at Hidden Valley Highlands Ski Area • Hockey Games and Skating on the Lake • Skating trail at Arrowhead Provincial Park • Dog Sledding at nearby North Ridge Ranch
Try Ice Fishing
In Our Very Own Ice Hut “Penguin” (license required; obtain before you arrive)
Get Your Sled On
Near Algonquin and Hill & Gully Snowmobile Trail Systems
Outdoor Fun for Everyone
Tobogganing Onsite • Snowshoeing Onsite • Ice Skating on the Lake (right in front of the lodge) • Winter Carnivals & Special Events in the Area
Fun & Games
Games Room with: Ping-Pong • Pool Table • Indoor Shuffleboard • Fooseball
Lounge with Big Screen TV • Movies Available • Relax by the Fireplace • Read Your Favourite Book
A Day of Shopping
Many Interesting Local Art Studios & Gift Shops in the Huntsville/Lake of Bays Area
We have a selection of the following winter equipment that you can borrow free of charge: Cross Country Skis, Poles and Boots, Snowshoes, Figure Skates, Hockey Skates, Toboggans and Hockey Sticks. To ensure availability and best fit, we recommend you bring your own if you have them.
A Warm & Welcome Muskoka Tradition
” Thanks again for a wonderful experience at your resort. My wife and I travel extensively and we never submit reviews. This time was different and we submitted a review. We have stayed at many all inclusives and bed and breakfasts in our many years of travel. We were absolutely impressed with the lodge, our cabin, the staff and the guests who stayed there. As guests from the USA, we were made to feel very welcome by staff and guests alike. We discovered that many of the guests are frequent stayers and they come back every year. While we don’t usually return to the same place twice as we like to experience new things, our experience at Cedar Grove makes us want to return. While almost 6 hours away, it is well worth the trip. Thanks to all who made our visit so great. “~ Jon ~