Yoho

  Guests: 6   
  Bedrooms: 3   
   $1300/week
  Check In: Saturday
  Stay: 7+ Days
Check-In at 3:00pm. Check-Out no later than 11:00am.

Named after Yoho National Park in British Columbia, Canada. This is the oldest of the Pines of Kawartha cottages dating back 125 years! Hidden in the Pines, the YOHO residence commands an excellent view of Cameron Lake. The sunlight peers through large front and side windows into the warm maple wood kitchen and living room. Enjoy a good book sitting by the stone fireplace that stands in the centre of this cozy living room.

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March 2018
April 2018
May 2018
Extras
  • Propane Included
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Additional Cleaning Rate is $200.00 + HST
  • Lost Key Rate is $30.00 + HST
  • Boat Rentals: $450/week + HST
  • Docking Fee: $60/week or $15/day + HST
  • Additional Occupancy Rate: $20
Rules
  • Review all rules before booking (see Rules)
  • No Pets Allowed
  • Check-In no earlier than 3:00pm. Check-Out no later than 11:00am. Please be punctual as we have to clean for the arrival of our other guests.
  • Deposit: $300 upon booking
  • 60 days cancellation notice required (or forfeit deposit)
  • Note: Please bring your own drinking water.

All Cottages

Amenities


  • Car Parking


  • Free Wi-Fi


  • Barbeque


  • Stone Fireplace


  • Stove


  • Refrigerator


  • Coffee Maker


  • Microwave


  • DVD Player

Services


  • Kayaks and Canoes


  • Fishing Boat Rentals


  • Boat Launch


  • Swimming & Water Sports


  • Biking & Walking Trails


  • Playground

Our Policy

All guests are expected to abide by our rules and regulations. Please review our rules and regulations before booking.

What our Guests Say

From the moment we arrived, we knew this was going to be our retreat every summer!

Katherine Taylor

My parents first took our family to The Pines over 40 years ago. We, in turn, have been staying at The Pines every summer for the past 19 years, and our two children have grown up here.

Robert Tooley

The fishing is great, which I don't want to comment on (for obvious reasons!), there's a few good spots out there where there's never a problem catching anything . My son and I have landed (and released) two beautiful muskies.

The Mulder Family