Enjoy the charm and serenity of log cabin rentals in Ontario

No matter what kind of holiday travel you're looking to experience, Canada's second-largest province offers it all. This includes the rustic surroundings of a genuine log cabin. From your log cabin in Ontario, you can enjoy wilderness hiking excursions, cycling trails, or walk along the shores of one of North America's Great Lakes. You can go boating, fishing, swimming, or enjoy any number of outdoor adventures. You can also head just a few minutes away to enjoy all the exciting amenities of the big city, from nightclubs and fine dining to great shopping and historic sites.

Check out a charming log cabin in the Blue Mountains

Let's face it: one of the reasons to rent a log cabin is because you want the true experience of a trip to the Great Outdoors. The Blue Mountains is the ideal destination if that's what you'd like to experience. This town is on the southern shore of Lake Huron and features a major ski resort complex with runs dedicated to skiers of any skill level. Skiing isn't all you can do here, however. In the summer, you can enjoy mountain biking, a rope course, archery ranges, and tons of beaches and parks for kayaking, hiking, and picnicking.

Discover an authentic log cabin on Georgian Bay

While you're on your journey to the Blue Mountains, relax in a log cabin that mixes the rustic and modern with 2 storeys, 5 bedrooms, and 2 bathrooms, with plenty of space to sleep up to 10 people. From here, your large group will have immediate access to skiing, golfing, kayaking, and even spelunking journeys in the Scenic Caves. You'll enjoy a large outdoor deck and wood-burning fireplaces inside to keep you warm in the wintertime, as well as a fully finished basement with a recreation room for gaming and fun. The cabin is right on the shores of Georgian Bay.

Enjoy a lakeside retreat and settle into the Kawartha Lakes

The city of Kawartha Lakes offers a wide range of outdoor experiences and adventures for families, couples, and larger groups alike. The kids will thrill to visit a place like the Jungle Cat World Wildlife Park, while outdoor adventurers will love a trip to Queen Elizabeth II Wildlands Provincial Park, or boating and fishing at Emily Provincial Park. All of this is just steps away from a genuine log cabin with full comfortable modern amenities like outdoor barbecue facilities, upgraded appliances, and spacious living areas so there's plenty of room for everyone to stretch out and relax between daily activities.

Check out a log home on the shores of Shadow Lake

If you're thinking about a dual-family vacation, check out this log home right on the shores of Shadow Lake. Relax with your loved ones in front of a massive fireplace in the wintertime, or enjoy an outdoor barbeque in the summer. You'll also be just a few minutes away from famous local landmarks like the Patti House, as well as a grocery store, restaurants, and outdoor attractions like Fenelon Falls and more. This option allows you to experience outdoor adventure with easy access to the most modern amenities whether you want to dine out or self-cater and offers plenty of fun and excitement for your whole group.

Experience the urban and rural from a Toronto log cabin

Toronto is one of the biggest cities in Ontario, and a log cabin here can get you out of the city and surround you with serene and lush forested green space where you can relax in peace. When you're ready for it, you can head into downtown for hopping nightclubs, great big box and boutique shopping, fine dining, and fantastic live performances and shows. Meanwhile, a log cabin with a fully stocked kitchen allows you to self-cater meals for you and yours and features like Internet access and game libraries allow you to stay connected and entertained the entire time.

Try a leisure trip to a Huntsville log cabin

Huntsville is a large town in the Muskoka region of Ontario and it offers a welcoming, inclusive community where you'll be able to relax and enjoy true Canadian hospitality. Numerous things to do are just steps away from your log cabin, including visiting the Muskoka Heritage Place Museum or checking out the massive outdoor Huntsville 100K Market or the Eclipse Art Gallery. If outdoor adventures are your thing, Arrowhead Provincial Park is waiting with hiking and cycling. All of it is within easy access of your comfortable and updated log cabin with spacious living arrangements and modern conveniences.