We stayed with a large group of 12 people and 4 cars at Nick's Retreat and were surprised by how spacious, well equipped and clean the entire property was. It comes with enough room and facilities to easily accommodate even large groups.
We'll be happy to stay there again for our next trip to Algonquin park!
The accommodations at Nick's retreat were more then comfortable. The spacious kitchen for cooking and clean, newly renovated bathroom made traveling with kids a breeze. Not to mention the convenience of a large mudroom which is a must have for an outdoors vacation. A large washer and dryer are available in the house and easy to access- or dry your clothes in the Canadian breeze on one of the two very nice clothes lines outback. The yard is perfect for a picnic, campfire or kids who just need space to play. Or, drive a very short distance down the road and enjoy the small, amazingly clean and beauitful, beach/park on Bark Lake. My daughter made sure we stopped by the park daily! Maynooth and Barry's Bay make nice out-and-about activities, both are full of local artwork and friendly people. Drive a bit further and explore the route 60 corridor of Algonquin Park. The logging museum there is entirely outdoors and was a wonderful stop for our energetic pre-schooler. Access to water is plentiful even within 5 minutes from the house. We boated daily and fished with endless success. This is a great place to get your kids involved with the outdoors. My daughter never missed her tablet and begged to stay longer!
However, the highlight of our trip was the hospitality we received from both Nick and other neighbors. Thank you!
We stayed Algonquin park 2 nights here.
Host is very kind and house is perfect for us
It's no big deal to move from house to the park
While we were going to the park, there were 2 markets and 2 LCBO
Becuase of firewood which was arranged by the host,
Our trip finished good
If i have a chance to go there again, i wanna stay there with my friends making good memory