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Park Place Motel

Escape to Nature

Escape to nature on the Eastern Ontario Trails Alliance trail system, just a block from Park Place Motel, located in Tweed along beautiful Lake Stoco. For your fuelling needs, Mac's is located directly across the street. You can relax in your own room with two double beds & cable television–or take in the varied shops of Tweed. Sit on the deck & watch the water, the sunset or take a walk through the park.

Mephisto Lake Cottages

Packages include overnight accommodation in one of two cottages, trail passes and maps. This unique lakefront cottage is secluded & nestled in the pines and is located just 40 minutes south east of Bancroft and enroute to beautiful Algonquin Park and on the Hastings Heritage Trail system.

Nomads Rest

An oasis, well hidden, all worth seeing and enjoying for short or longer stays. Newly opened B&B and comfortable, clean and fully equipped cottage, both offering direct access to private nature/walking trails right outside your door.

Desert Lake Family Resort

Our year round lakefront location makes a fun-filled family adventure complete with camping, swimming, pontoon boat cruising, canoeing, fishing and ATV'ing. Organized family activities with numerous on-site sport facilities. Fully equipped lake-shore efficiency units-nightly & weekly. 9kms from Frontenac Provincial Park. 25 kms from Kingston attractions. An ATV'ers paradise with close links to the EOTA trails system. Packages include either weekend or weekly accommodations. Trail passes with maps are available on site. Weekly rates are also available.

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