I thought I would share with you a few locations I absolutely love. Even though it is only accessible by boat..it’s an adventure for your guest and they will love every minute of it. Just imagine your beautiful photographs taken on this small but quint island.
The Church of the Kettles, Muskoka
Church of the Kettles is a familiar site to many cottagers. It was built in 1900 on land donated by Rev. C.O. Johnston. Accessible only by water, this summer-only church is located on Lake Muskoka, directly across from Mortimer’s Point. The architecture is quintessentially Muskoka. Made totally from wood, it blends into its setting in a very symbiotic fashion. Legend has it that the rocks nearby were the hiding place for Huron sacramental vessels hidden at the time of the Iroquois invasion.