Miners' Bay Lodge, family-owned and operated since 1938, is a family-oriented summer resort in the beautiful Highlands of Haliburton. Located approximately 2 hours north-east of Toronto on highway 35, our 70-acre property sits on the shores of Gull and Round Lakes. We are surrounded by lakes, there being more than 500 in the county and these, along with Haliburton's wooded hills, make a most attractive setting for your holidays. Our summer season runs from mid-June to Labour Day.
Rooms, with breakfast and dinner in the Dining Room
(Modified American Plan)
Cabins, with breakfast and dinner in the Dining Room
(Modified American Plan)
Rooms from $380 (1 person per week) and from $348 (each of 2 persons per week)
Cabins from $645 (1 person per week) and from $507 (each of 2 persons per week)
(MAP rates per person decrease as occupancy increases)
Cottages (2 or 3 bedroom, accommodating 4 - 6 persons) from $740/wk to $980/wk
With a repeat guest rate of close to 90%, "regular" guests are given first opportunity to book accommodation. We are able to accommodate reservation requests for most summer weeks after March 1st, having heard from our repeat guests and knowing what accommodation is available to offer to potential new guests.
Generally speaking, Rooms are more frequently available than Cabins and Cottages, and our first week of the season (the third week in June) has the most available accommodation.
Anyone contacting us before March 1st to inquire about accommodation can have their name added to the wait list and we will contact them immediately something becomes available.
2 sand beaches, 2 paved tennis courts, a recreation hall, children's playground, shuffleboard courts, pool hall, store, gift shop, laundry, rental aluminum boats, fiberglass canoes, paddleboats and kayaks (no Sea-do's etc allowed).
During the main summer season a full daily program of organized events led by our Sports Director: tournaments in tennis, shuffleboard, pool, ping-pong, croquet, archery and horseshoes. Nightly volleyball games; fishing derby; ice cream social; video presentations; sing-song and wiener roast; stunt night; organized forest hike and lunch; sand-sculpture contest; water regatta.
Several golf courses in the County, the closest 10 minutes away. Dirt roads for biking; forest trails for hiking; movie theatres; scenic driving routes; Algonquin Park to the north.
No pets allowed.
For further information we would be pleased to send you a descriptive brochure and a rate sheet.
We look forward to hearing from you and hope we can accommodate your request so that you too can become a member of the Miners' Bay family.
Russ & Dottie Wunker