Fall is different at Billie Bear...

Autumn view over the lake

September and October bring a riot of colour to Muskoka – and some say the Limberlost Road – our Muskoka Road 8 – is the most beautiful in the District.

Fall has been a favoured time for art and photography workshops, and Billie Bear is also a perfect location for that quiet get-away. Cottages are available by the night or week (Lodge rental minimum 2 nights).

All our watercraft and sports equipment are available for guests to enjoy – and groups may reserve use of one of our common buildings, the Rec Hall or Court House, for their activities. Fall is a perfect time for hiking – on Billie Bear’s trails, along the Oxtongue River, or in Algonquin Park.

A discount of 15% applies to all reservations of two nights or more after September 5 (with the exception of Thanksgiving weekend).

Groups renting the Lodge and 3 or more cottages receive an additional 10% discount on the Lodge portion of their rental.

 

Spring flowers at Billie Bear ...

Irises at the Rec Hall

Spring, a great time for nature groups, is the only time to see the trilliums, violets, jack-in-the-pulpit, and other early wildflowers that bloom in our woods and on our hillside. It can be a good time to see animals, too.

 Remember that, in Muskoka, you’ll want to bring bug spray for your outdoor walks – but all our cottages have screened porches that let you enjoy the soft spring air in peace.

June is the time for Muskoka’s Doors Open tours, and check the Huntsville and Lake of Bays Chamber of Commerce for spring sports events. Bass season usually opens on the fourth Saturday in June (Bella and Rebecca Lakes are in Zone 15 of Ontario’s fishing guide.

A discount of 15% applies to all reservations of two nights or more before July 2.

Groups renting the Lodge and 3 or more cottages receive an additional 10% discount on the Lodge portion of their rental.