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I have been visiting Limberlost for over 16 years. I have seen the decline over the last 2 years. My most recent stay was at Solitaire and the cleanliness of the cottage was sub par. The cottage was very dirty, mice poop everywhere in the...More
We've been going to Limberlost for a number of years - spring, fall and winter - and have stayed at several of the cottages and lodges. We just finished almost a week at Water's Edge and it was spotless when we arrived with everything we...More
Seven people - three generations (four adults, three children, plus one dog) spent three nights at Amron Cottage on Lake Solitaire in mid March, 2017. We spent most of our time time ice-skating and playing hockey on the completely frozen lake that had very little...More
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Water's Edge Cottage is always a pleasure to come back to each spring to have a front row seat to watch spring unfold. On this trip we watched the ice disappear from the lake and waterfowl quickly come back.
Each year the management of Limberlost...More
If you can verify that the cleanliness issues have been fixed by all means go. We rented water's edge cottage, which is a beautiful cottage in an amazing setting. But the cottage was infested by mice and ants, There was mice poop EVERYWHERE, in the...More
The Limberlost Forest and Wildlife Reserve is a publicly accessible private year-round wilderness haven with twenty private lakes and more than 10,000 unspoiled acres of mixed forest near Huntsville, Ontario, Canada. The private forest reserve contains more than 70 km of hiking, biking, skiing and snowshoeing trails made available to the public at no charge. Limberlost practices a form of land management referred to as Conscientious Forest Management which focuses on ensuring the sustainability of their management objectives and actions for generations to come. We encouraging the use of the forest visitors and eco-tourists at no charge; support environmental research programs and institutes; and offer both modern and traditional forest land use options to the local community. Limberlost’s primary objective is to offer continued free access to the 10,000 acre Muskoka property for the purpose of encouraging safe wilderness experiences. Free use of the property is made possible by the rental of chalets, cottages, fish-camps, glamping sites and camp sites.