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Westport Upper Rideau, 2kms from Westport, on the Rideau Lakes. 30 Mins to Perth, 90 Mins to Ottawa, 50 mins to Kingston
Lakeview Cottage is on Little Rideau Lake. Part of the world Heritage Rideau Canal System. A quiet location with lush lawns, gardens and shade trees. Fully equipped kitchen, coffee maker, microwave, fridge, stove. Includes gradual shoreline, beach and dock all 30 yards from cottage. The cottage has a screened in porch, fire pit, deck and protected bay to park your boat. Fishing on this lake is great for perch, bass, pike and pickerel. The Lakeview has great views of sunsets and sunrises as well as a view of Foley Mountain Conservation Park. There is a small beach on the property with 800 ft of shoreline. Bring your hammock. Enjoy the nature setting, peace and quiet, boating, bonfires all at your own little cottage on the Rideau. Bring your own linens, towels, pillows, dishcloths.
The Rideau Lakes in Ontario are not only a vital asset to the municipality economically speaking, but they are also a major tourist destination due to its history and gigantic size. Many visitors enjoy the Rideau Lakes township due to its charming villages such as Plum Hollow, Crosby, Chaffeys Locks, Forfar, Scotch Point, Morton, Newboyne, Freeland, Jones Falls, Delta and many more. Another place to stay is in Wesport. This town is very popular since it is completely surrounded by the Rideau Lakes although it is the only town which is not encompassed by the Rideau Lakes township.
Besides being one of the most picturesque spots for fishing in the Ontario area, Rideau Lakes is open year round for fishers. Many fishers love Rideau Lakes during the months May through August for its ideal temperatures yet many fishers come to the area according to when their favorite species is in season. There are many species which fishers can catch including walleye, largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, muskellunge, Lake trout, black crappie, northern pike, catfish, white fish, yellow perch and sunfish.
The black crappie, the Catfish, the sunfish, the whitefish and the yellow perch can be fished for year round. If you are a bass lover, whether it be the smallmouth bass or the largemouth bass, the best time of the year to fish for these little guys is from the last Saturday in June until the last day of November. Both the Northern Pike and the Walleye dominate the Rideau Lakes. Fishers can begin to fish for these species on the first day of the New Year until early March for the Walleye and until the end of March for the Northern Pike. Then in mid May, these species resume in high demand until the end of December. The high season for lake trout is between the end of May and until the first week in September and the Muskellung appears the first week in June until mid December.
Property Amenities & Features
- Linens Provided
- Small Appliances
- Cable TV
- Internet Access
- Satellite TV
- Patio Furniture
- Fire Pit
- Parking Available
- Deck / Porch
- BBQ / Grill
Additional Bedroom Information
This cottage includes 2 double beds to accommodate up to 4 people.
Fees & Deposits
Additional Rate Information
2013 Early May 04/13 to June 22/13 $700.00 weekly
2013 Peak June 22/12 to Sept 07/12 $925.00 weekly
2013 Late Sept 07/12 to closing $700.00 weekly
Seasonal 6 months $12,600.00
Check in Saturday at noon Check out 9:00AM
Deposits: $200.00 due at booking for weekly rentals, $2,000.00 deposit for seasonal bookings.
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