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Clinging onto the Ontario mainland for dear life, Minett is somewhere you go to get away from it all. But it’s not all wilderness camping – in this secluded spot, you’ll be treated to upmarket golf clubs and 5-star spas. This fractured piece of land, sandwiched between Lake Joseph and Lake Rosseau, is also blessed with some of Ontario’s best scenery. Serene views to calm the soul and pampering leisure activities to rejuvenate the body – you deserve a trip to Minett.

Things to see

With still, clear water mirroring an ever-changing sky, framed by forested mountains, it’s hard to get enough of the lake views in Minett. You’ll be in good company – many of the charming cottages on the edge of Lake Rousseau are owned by celebrities. When you want to get out on the lake, head to Muskoka Sports and Recreation at the water’s edge in Minett. You can hire a boat or take a fishing trip in these rich waters. In the winter, the center offers snowmobile expeditions and ice fishing trips, so whatever time of year you visit, you can be sure of an exhilarating adventure. Golfers will be in their element, with numerous courses to try out all around the lakes. If you really want to put your handicap to the test, The Rock Golf Course in Minett is a challenging, multi-elevation course which interacts dynamically with the natural landscape.

Hotels in Minett

Hotels tend to be few and far between in this part of the world, but each packs in a lot of character and makes the most of the lakeside views and activities. There are a couple of luxury hotels in Minett, including the Muskoka Resort and Spa, which, in addition to its full range of spa services and treatments, boasts a private beach on the edge of the lake. Several of the other luxury hotels in the region offer facilities such as full golf clubs and swimming pools, and all have onsite restaurants, and there’s some provision of self-catering facilities.

Where to stay

For a luxury, lakeside stay, you’re spoiled for choice. Staying in Minett, you’ll have easy access to tours and excursions offered on and off the water, and you’ll be staying in a resort with everything you’ll need for an utterly relaxed vacation. Similar hotels are offered on the other side of Lake Rosseau as well. If you’re planning to spend a lot of time playing golf, there are a couple of golf resorts to choose from, one in Minett and one at the northern point of Lake Joseph. Further afield, you’ll also find the odd budget hotel offering discount prices.

How to get to Minett

The closest major airport to Minett is Toronto’s Pearson International, which is a global hub. Minett is somewhat remote, so hiring a car is the only straightforward option for getting there. The journey takes just under 3 hours. If visiting in winter, it’s best to sort your car hire in advance to ensure you have a vehicle which can cope with snowy and icy conditions. Your own car will also be the main way of visiting different points around the lake, apart from hiking and biking. In the summer, boat trips are a popular form of transport around the region too.