Sunny Hill Resort
Spring is Here…or is it?? Featured
After a few days of warm weather this past week, we were finally able to start thinking about opening day at Sunny Hill! The snow started melting, the ice on the lake began to break up and the birds started chirping.
So imagine our surprise when we woke up this morining to sleet, snow and ice, with a forecast calling for 10cm of snow!!
Despite the snow, we are still gearing up for the first Saturday in May. Keep your fingers crossed for warm weather and no snow! We hope to see you all at Sunny Hill in a few weeks!!
If you are looking for a fun winter getaway, you can join us at Pine Cliff Resort or Bark Lake Cottage.
For a more private cottage, in a remote area on Bark Lake, please visit www.barklakecottage.com
This 3 bedroom cottage features hardwood flooring, 55' LCD television, jacuzzi bathtub, gas fireplace, stainless steel appliances, DVD player, Nintendo Wii, washer/dryer and dish washer. It is located on a large lot on the lake, with a small hill, perfect for doing some sleighing!
Please check the website for pricing and availability!
If you are looking for more of a resort setting, check out Pine Cliff Resort, which is located directly on the E109 snowmobile route in the Madawaska Valley. Pine Cliff offers year-round cottage rentals which include the use of the indoor pool and hot tub, skating rink on the bay (weather permitting) and many acres to explore by snowshoe or cross-country skis.
Reserve online at www.pinecliff.com
Bark Lake Cottage Living Room Cottage #1A at Pine Cliff Resort
Crooked Slide Park Featured
Have some spare time on your hands?
If you are looking for a relaxing, beautiful place to go for an afternoon drive or maybe even a little picnic, make sure to ask for directions to Crooked Slide Park. Amidst the small rapids you will find a chute that was once used by local loggers to bypass rocky passages along the creek.
The park features outdoor restrooms and a picnic area. There is also an area where you can enjoy a swim or try your luck at catching some fish!
To get there, follow Siberia Road to Barry's Bay and turn right onto Highway 60. Follow Highway 60 through the 3-way stop and continue on past the Auto Parts Extra building. Turn right onto Old Barry's Bay Road and follow that for about 12 kilometres and you will see the park on the right-hand side.