Ontario is home to beautiful natural settings all across the province. The Peace and Serenity that lies in Ontario is, yours to Discover. Here is a list of our favourite cities and towns in the Province of Ontario, that offer desirable Cottage living spaces and a great place to invest. Many retirees, or individuals looking to own season income producing properties have heavily invested in these regions.
1. Muskoka, ON
A popular cottaging destination extending to Georgian Bay in the west, and Algonquin in the East, including over 1600 individual lakes and ponds, surrounded by great cottage properties. Activities such as canoeing, sailing, windsurfing, kayaking, waterskiing, make Muskoka a memorable place. Even Hollywood and Sports has made it to this town with people like Tom Hanks, Steven Spielberg, Mike Weir, Cindy Crawford, and Martin Short, who are owners of the Great Muskoka Real Estate. National Geographic Magazine had also once named this city for its Best Trips. With millions of visitors every year, for Real Estate investing and renting this city is very popular
2. Niagara on the Lake
Niagara on the Lake draws tourists all across Ontario and the world, from its close proximity to Niagara Falls, and relatively short drive to Toronto. It has great museums, wineries, and restaurant, with great cottage rentals in this historical town. According to the Comfort Life publication, Niagara on the Lake, has been rated as a desirable place to retire in Ontario.
Home to great Wineries
3. Parry Sound, ON
A Wonderful town in Ontario, located on the eastern shore of Georgian Bay on Lake Huron. Known for one of the deepest natural fresh water ports and highly unique shaped deep bays and islands. Popular for its cottages, and many business accommodations such as hotels, resorts, campgrounds, kayaking, canoeing, and ATV tours. Makes a great place to invest in Recreation properties.
4. Kawartha Lakes
A Municipality about an hour and a half from Toronto located in Central Ontario offers you bright waters and happy lands, with its interconnected rivers, lakes and streams. It has 375-square-kilometre (145 Sq. mi) area of preserved wilderness and recreational areas. The city offers many recreational real estate properties.
Canoe/ Boat access on Cottage Property
5. Halliburton, ON
Haliburton has become increasingly popular for real estate, as the home or recreation real estate prices are not as high as the Muskoka regions, however the town provide you the same level of adventure, comfort, and numerous tranquil areas to "chill out". The county offers great food & Drinks, arts & Culture, and outdoor adventures. Promoting a strong foundation in healthy, active lifestyles, natural resources, and rich experiences, with activities like Mountain Biking, hiking, golf, mineral exploration, sculpture forests, ATV tours, and winter activities.
Voyage (Sculpture Forest)
Limestone Sculpture carved in the sculpture forest, representing the Canoe. A piece of heritage, and indigenous people.
by artist Mary Ellen Farrow