There is a certain allure about the cottage experience that is an important part of most Ontarian's lives. People either have a cottage, know someone with a cottage or rent a cottage, so they can find that little piece of tranquility that allows them to escape from the everyday hustle and bustle. Resorts of Ontario represents many different types of resorts from quaint country inns, to the large 1000 room resort villages and several of the resorts feature cottages as part of their offerings. This opens the door for everyone to have the traditional summer cottage experience that so many of us long for, while also being able to enjoy the amenities and activities offered by staying at a resort. It gives you the best of both words. [caption id="attachment_624" align="alignright" caption="Voyaguer Quest"][/caption] Looking for a northern escape? Consider a stay with Algonquin Log Cabin and Cottage Outpost. Located at the North West Corner of Algonquin Park, this resort gives travelers the option of experiencing Algonquin through "multi adventures perfect for families, couples and groups." Take in one of their different excursions from guided hikes to moose photography workshops and you'll be left with some lasting memories. For those that just want a quiet escape it provides the perfect scenery to sit and watch the world around you, take out a canoe and paddle the lake or enjoy a hike through the different landscapes offered by Algonquin Park. Georgian Bay is an excellent region for people looking for stunning landscapes of the Canadian Shield, countless fishing opportunities, and boating through the many islands or on the Trent Severn canal system. Hall's Cottages could be the perfect base for you to experience the famed landscapes of Georgian Bay, which was inspiration for some Group of Seven artists. With bass, pike, walleye, muskie and more, Georgian Bay offers some of the best fresh water fishing in Ontario. Hall's Cottages offers boat rentals for those looking to get out exploring the Bay or paddle out on one of their canoes, which are free for guests to use. If Eastern Ontario is where you are headed, then be sure to stay over at Birch Cliff Lodge near Bancroft. Open now for 76 years, Birch Cliff Lodge has more to offer then just its history. Located on Baptiste Lake, this resort offers stunning sunsets that make for a perfect backdrop on your relaxing vacation. With names for their cottages like "Restinup," "Everest," and "Dunworryn," you can be sure this vacation will involve lots of R&R. Set amongst tall birch trees, you and yours can enjoy the clean sandy beaches, children can laugh and play at the playground, or take in the panoramic view of the York River Valley from "Eagles Nest," located in nearby Bancroft - truly a breathtaking sight. Located on the lower Bruce Peninsula is Wildwood Lodge Resort in Little Red Bay Ontario. This resort gives guests the opportunity to experience the sandy waters of Lake Huron, investigate the unique flora and fauna found in this region or explore some of the different caves found throughout the Niagara Escarpment. Offering some adventurous day trips, Wildwood Lodge Resort even presents the opportunity to scuba dive to a shipwreck. The cottage getaway is something everyone should experience and many make a tradition out of. For more information and a listing of different Cottage Resorts visit our website or phone 1-800-363-7227.