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Cedars Cottage Resort
134 Cedars Resort Lane
Box 70 Flesherton, Ontario
N0C 1E0 Canada

Tel:   1 800 747-7014
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Cedars Canadian Cottage Resort

Cedars is a year round, family oriented Canadian cottage resort, located on Lake Eugenia, 1 1/2 hours north of Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

Cedars is a friendly, family oriented, family owned, housekeeping Canadian cottage resort. We are open year round and you have a choice of either traditional style 2 bedroom cottages or modern 3 bedroom chalets. We are located on the shores of Lake Eugenia, with our own private sandy beach. Lake Eugenia is at the entrance to the Beaver Valley in southern Ontario's recreational heartland. The Beaver Valley is part of the Niagara Escarpment, is particularly picturesque and is designated by UNESCO as a World Biosphere. We are located minutes from Flesherton and within easy access to many points in southern Ontario and the northern US.

How to get to Cedars Canadian Cottage Resort in Canada

There are a number of ways to get to Cedars Canadian Cottage Resort. There are several routes north to Hwy 89 and from there, Hwy. 10 will get you to Flesherton. If you need some help we'll be glad to oblige. Call 1 800 747-7014 or drop a note by email or mail.

3 Bedroom Chalets Rental

Cedars modern lakeside chalets are designed for comfort and relaxation no matter what season of the year. The 3 bedroom chalets rental will sleep up to 8 guests. Each self-catering chalet features a separate kitchen with fridge, range, microwave and small appliances. The living/dining room area is fully furnished with comfort in mind ­ complete with colour cable TV. And, the four piece bath includes a whirlpool. Your chalet has Air Conditioning, ceiling fans and a wood burning fireplace plus a BBQ for summer guests (May long weekend to Thanksgiving). At all other times, firewood is provided free of charge. Checkout our on-site facilities.

2 Bedroom Cottages

Cedars traditional style two bedroom self-catering cottages offer many of the features and all of the comfort of our chalets. Small cottages sleep up to four guests, large cottages sleep up to six guests and are perfect for couples or families. You will find complete kitchen facilities including a microwave plus a three piece bath with shower. All have colour cable TV, fireplaces and decks complete with BBQ's during the summer season ­ May long weekend to Thanksgiving. At all other times, firewood is provided free of charge. Have a look at our on-site facilities.

Cedars Edge Farm

Cedars century farm house has been beautifully restored and upgraded with modern conveniences while retaining the original charm. There are 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, large living room with fireplace. A separate sitting room with second TV doubles as a fourth bedroom. The large country kitchen has lots of windows and seating for 12. The sitting room and kitchen have old fashioned bay windows where you can sit and enjoy the view. You can sleep up to 10 in comfort (12 with the sofa bed in the sitting room). New furniture, beds and appliances where installed December 2005.

There are both covered and open decks to enjoy the open spaces, fresh air and country views which include horses in the pasture outback. A BBQ is supplied during the summer season ­ May long weekend to Thanksgiving. The remainder of the year, firewood is provided free of charge.

All of the facilities at the resort are available for you to use and just a few minutes walk away. Coming spring 2006, walk the trails on our 40 acres right down to the undisturbed wilderness at the south end of Lake Eugenia.

On-site Facilities

New for 2006, 40 acres of nature trails, to be completed in the spring. Walk through the fields and down to the undisturbed shores at the south end of Lake Eugenia . There you may see deer, beaver, herons, loons and many other types of wildlife. In the winter you will be able to cross country ski or snow shoe right on the resort.

You don't have to go anywhere to enjoy the amenities we have to offer at Cedars. Children love to swim and play on our shallow, sandy beach. Adults can relax and cool off in our heated outdoor swimming pool. It's a great place to meet your neighbours.

There are peddle-boats for the kids and canoes for those who enjoy a quiet few hours on the water­ and there's no charge to guests! Lake Eugenia is well known for fishing, especially if you enjoy bass, perch or trout. Cedars has motor boats available for daily or weekly rental. If you don't fish, you may just want to take a little cruise around the lake.

Small children love a playground, and so do their parents. Cedars playground comes well equipped with safe things to climb on, slides, fireman's pole, sand box and swings.

We haven't forgotten the adults. Our games room is always available to guests. Enjoy a game of billiards or shuffleboard and there are dart boards as well. A great place for a little fun any time of the day.

Your Guide to Four Seasons Fun

Cedars Canadian Cottage Resort is home to some of Ontario's very best year round recreation. This is the place to get away from it all, unwind and enjoy. The scenery along the Niagara Escarpment and in the Beaver Valley is spectacular. Georgian Bay and its many attractions is half an hour away. There's so much to choose from, and the best part is ­ it's your call.

To get information on everything going on in the area, we recommend the Georgian Triangle Tourist Association web site. Thanks to the Association for contributing many of the photo images in this site. Also thanks to Blue Mountain Resort Limited for the golf and alpine ski images in this site.

Here are just some of the many things to do, check at our office for brochures on many of these listings.

Hiking The world famous Niagara Escarpment is a wealth of hiking trails including the Bruce Trail which runs from Niagara to the tip of the Bruce Peninsula. Even within this area there is a great diversity of landscape to choose from. Enjoy the breathtaking view of Beaver Valley from the top of Old Baldy. Rock climbing and exploring ancient caves is a popular summer time activity in The Kolapore Uplands Wilderness Area as is hiking the trails in the spring and fall and cross country skiing or snowshoeing in the winter.

There's no better way to appreciate the fabulous Fall colours of October or the fresh smell of new growth in the Spring. And of course, wildflowers and birds abound in the Spring, Summer and Fall. It's a nature lovers delight.

You're sure to find the history of Eugenia Falls, located up the road in the village of Eugenia, as fascinating as the view is breathtaking. Stop in at Danielle's to pick up a picnic lunch then head back to Feversham Gorge. The trails are well trodden with stairs at some of the steeper locations. You'll find alpine brooks and springs descending into deep rock pools, lichen and wildflowers. Picnic tables are provided near the park entrance.

Golf There is no shortage of golf courses in the area, each with their own challenges and charm. Talisman, Monterra Golf, Meaford and Highland Glen are just a few. For the serious contender, Spring golf gets going by the middle of May. The golf season continues right through till October. There are also a number of driving and target ranges to help tune up your game and most clubs offer lessons and clinics.

Cycling Probably the fastest growing sport in the area is cycling and it's easy to see why. For avid mountain bikers, you won't find a greater challenge or variety of on and off road trails.

For cycle touring there is no shortage of quiet back roads, ideal for a gentle ride through the country side. There are several routes drawn out by local clubs and enthusiasts and are available to all, both cross country touring and mountain biking. There is absolutely a trail for you!

More Summer Fun Horseback riding is a fun and different way to get back to nature. Experience the landscape from the inside. There are a couple of riding stables close by that offer an assortment of trail rides. A lot of fun for the whole family.

Another attraction sure to get the kids in motion are the Blue Mountain Slide Rides. There's a mini bob sled course and the popular water and tube slides. Be cool this summer! Enjoy the weekly movie under the stars at Blue Mountain.

There's lots to do this summer. Cedars is your summer fun guide.

Fun in the Fall The Flesherton Split Rail Festival is September 23rd, 24th and 25th, 2005 at the Flesherton Community Centre. The Arts and Crafts open Friday at 6:00 p.m. in the Arena. The Handmade Quilts will be on display at the Kinplex Community Hall.

Friday evening enjoy the Gospel Concert at MacPhail Memorial Elementary School featuring Kimberly Reid, soloist, Trevor Dick, violinist and the Watchmen Quartet.

Start Saturday morning at 8:00 a.m. with The Flesherton & District Farmers Market held at Grey Highlands Secondary School, in the front.

There will be the Famous Handmade Quilt Auction on Saturday @ 1:00 p.m. The display is open all morning for viewing. The Arts and Crafts Show has over 80 vendors and will be ongoing all weekend.

For the children there are lots of events, a Make & Take Craft booth, pony rides, bounce balls, mini-golf, Pumpkin Carving Contest, Chess Challenge, Mini Tractor Pull, Val E Joy (clown) will be around the Festival ground in the afternoon. Tiny Talent Time for 12 years and under Saturday evening. Sunday there will be a Children's Programma with races and contests, and two magic shows. Musical entertainment all day.

Be sure to check out the Heritage Exhibition and Demonstrations of vintage machinery and equipment. The Antique Car Display will be on Saturday and the Classic Car Display on Sunday at the front of the arena. Saturday enjoy an Olde Tyme Fowl Supper at Grey Highlands Secondary School. Sunday take part in the Community Praise Service at the Pavilion.

Visit Meaford for The 9th Annual Scarecrow Invasion starting mid September through to mid October, scarecrows will be everywhere. There's even a Scarecrow Parade on Friday September 30th at 6:00 p.m. followed by children's activities, food, karaoke contests and more at the Rotary Pavilion.

Apple Harvest Craft Show October 1st and 2nd in Meaford at the Meaford Arena and the Meaford Curling Club. This show has over 200 booths, with a wide spectrum of handcrafted items, pottery, tole painting, wind chimes, quilting, folk art, Belgian chocolates, stained glass, woodworking, apple products, knitting, sewing, baking, leather work, stuffed animals, painting, home and garden ornaments, natural soaps, maple syrup, spinning, handmade jewellery, decoys and weaving. Plus many more, some of the artisans will be demonstrating their work. This is the place to start and finish your Christmas shopping.

FALL COLOUR TOURS Cedars is a great place to start off your tour of the incredible fall leaves and scenery. Stop in our office and pick up your free copy of the Georgian Triangle Fall Tours Guide; there are 7 tours listed and Cedars is just minutes away from 6 of them. Another tour of the Beaver Valley was highlighted in the September 3, 2005 Toronto Star issue on Ontario Fall Foliage Routes. To get up-to-date Colour Reports you can contact Ontario Tourism at 1-800-ONTARIO (668-2746) or check out their website at

Flesherton Antique Show Sale at the Flesherton Community Centre, Highway 10 will be October 7th to 9th, for more information please call 519-848-2200.

Winter Thrills Cedars Resort is the perfect location for a variety of winter recreation. Talisman Mountain Resort is a 10 minute drive and Blue Mountain Ski Resort Ontario's largest mountain resort is less than 30 minutes away. Down Hill Skiing doesn't get any better and Cedars offers some very attractive group accommodation rates on Ski Weekends, Midweek and 5-Day Special Rates. We are fully winterized and our chalets sleep up to 8 guests.

For Cross Country Skiers there are numerous trails in the area both groomed and ungroommed. Kolapore is a popular destination for experienced skiers as is the Bruce Trail. It takes on a whole new look in white. Our snowfalls are generally ideal for winter recreation. There may not be snow where you are but the conditions here will be just right.

Dog sledding, Sleigh Rides or a Winter Carnival are good ways to round out your Winter stay.

Arts, Crafts, Antiques We have them all in our area. There are over 20 Art and Gallery Shops within a 30 minute drive of Cedars. There are many small craft shops and there are always seasonal craft shows and sales around, see the Season Listing for up to date information. We have a variety of antique and auction businesses large or small in the area.

Paying a visit to some of the many towns and hamlets in the area makes a fine day trip any time of the year. The Georgian Triangle Region stretches from Meaford to Eugenia and Collingwood and Wasaga Beach in the east. Make Cedars Cottage Resort your accommodations choice this season and enjoy the great outdoors. We have great access to all the action at rates that are hard to beat.

Cedars Cottage Resort is a member of the following organizations:

Ontario Accommodation Association

Beaver Valley Accommodations

Georgian Triangle Tourist Association

Flesherton & District Chamber of Commerce

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