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Tulip Cottage - Port Loring, Ontario, Canada

Whole unit
Private bath
Mixed household


Three bedroom unit. Maximum 6 people, 2 bedrooms with double bed in each, 1 bedroom with 2 single beds. Fully equipped kitchen. Dining room / living room combined. 4 piece bathroom. Big deck with picnic table and deck chairs. Propane barbecue. Resort Offers - Northern Hospitality - Hot Tub & Sauna on waters edge - Sandy Beach - Horseshoe Pit - Badminton - Volleyball - Playground - Laundromat - Town Conveniences - Fishing!!! - Excellent Boating - Ideal Family Holiday - Boat Docking - And a whole lot more Cottage Offers - Fully Equipped With The Following: - Pots & Pans - Cutlery - Dishes - Colour Satellite TV - Propane Barbecue - Coffee Pot - Electric Kettle - Toaster - Microwave - Can Opener - Full Size Fridge and Stove - Four Piece Bathroom - Hot & Cold Running Water - Pillows - Comforters - Deck Chairs - Picnic Table Restoule Provincial Park Come to this quiet, out of the way park amid scenes of northern beauty and historical significance. Remote and secluded, Restoule Provincial Park supplies plenty of outdoor recreation options, especially fishing,swimming and motorboating on the two lakes. Take long walks through the woods to a spectacular look out, or canoe along the extensive waterways to link up with the historic French River where Samuel de Champlain explored. Unspoiled northern beauty and a feeling of solitude make Restoule Proviancial Park an ideal day adventure. This natural environment park is located at the northeastern edge of the largest white tailed deer herd in the province. Up to10,000 deer are supported in the Loring deer yard, and many wander up to Restoule for the food and shelter provided by the hemlock trees. Walks along the park's trails and roadways will likely give you a glimpse of these shy, graceful creatures, nibbling on foliage at the edges of Restoule's wetlands. These environments provide ideal homes for many birds. Keep your eyes and ears open for the different shorebirds such as ducks and great blue herons in the ponds and bogs of the low lying wetlands. Throughout the forested areas, the cheerful songs of warblers liven up the day, and at night, the haunting call of the common loon often can be heard. Travel along waterways vital to the early exploration and development of Canada - the French River system. This legendary voyageur canoe route lies just north of the park, within easy access for extended canoe trips.1 Week (5 nights - 2 nights free) - $995 3 Night Weekend - $600 4 Night Midweek (3 nights - 1 night free) - $600 Extra Days - $200 Season (May 16 - Oct. 13) - $8,000

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