This amazing 4 season luxury home on Chemong Lake in the Kawartha Lake region is 20 minutes from downtown Peterborough, 1.5 hours from Toronto.
With 5 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, fully equipped Kitchen, Living room, Dining room, Family room with Pool table, a large deck to enjoy lake views and sunny lake-facing sunroom. You can spend your days relaxing with friends and family.
To provide more fun for your day, the "Cottage" has an in ground heated pool and a Sauna to help keep you busy. The dock is large enough to have a couple boats tied up waiting for water sports or fishing fun. Chemong Lake is perfect for kayaks and standup paddle boards and 2 of each are included.
NOT JUST A SUMMER DESTINATION :
The cottage lies in the heart of Ontario's inter-connected network of snowmobile trails and offers some of the best snowmobiling and reliable conditions in cottage country. The cottage is 20 minutes to ski hills. This region is one of Ontario's finest ice fishing areas with fishermen looking to catch bluegill, yellow perch, black crappie and northern pike. Cross Country ski right on the lake, or visit a number of trails listed.
World class golf courses nearby: Quarry Golf Club; Tamarac Golf and Country Club; Heron Landing Golf Club; Kawartha Golf and Country Club
15 minutes to the Kawartha Trans Canada Trail
Emily Provincial Park:
Emily Park is located Regional Road 10, just north of Omemee. The entrance to the trail is near the south beach parking area. Walk along the elevated boardwalk over a cattail marsh to a sphagnum moss island and a lookout tower to see the osprey nest. You can also swim at two sandy beaches along Pigeon River, fish or go for a paddle.
Marsh Boardwalk Trail
The Marsh Boardwalk Trail begins on a bark-chipped surface and immediately you enter an area of tall and mature cedar trees creating a dense tree canopy. Soon you arrive at the boardwalk and begin walking through cattails and ferns on both sides of the boardwalk. The cattails are so tall it is impossible to see over them, but it is possible to see wildlife such as frogs, turtles, red-winged blackbirds and American bitterns. The boardwalk stops at a unique island referred to as Sphagnum Island, which was created over thousands of years. The island has lots of Balsam Fir trees and ground hemlock. The trail continues to circle around the island. Soon you arrive at a lookout platform that allows you to scan the marsh, Pigeon River and forest. If you look carefully, you will see a nest where for generations a pair of ospreys has
raised their young.
Address: 797 County Road 10, Omemee, Ontario
Emily Tract contains two trail loops: Loop 1 is gently rolling and heavily forested and Loop 2 crosses a wooden bridge, is hillier and is also heavily forested. Located on Peace Rd, just west of Centreline Rd.
Marinas on Chemong Lake: Star Marine, Bridgenorth, ON
Boat Rentals delivered to the Chemong Lake: Peel Marine, Lakefield, ON
During mid season and summer our bookings are only from Saturday to Saturday.