Weekend In Lake Rousseau

 One of the joys of Canadian summer is the visit to the cottage especially to our favourite place at Lake Rousseau, one of the premier lakes in Muskoka, two hours drive north of Toronto. Summer is a time to jump in the lake to swim, to kayak, canoeing, try the paddle board, water skiing or even do yoga right on the lake. One of the cool things in Lake Rousseau is that the Clevelands House Resort has Monday night ski shows which included fly boarding. The resort also offers day pass to enjoy the water amenities on their resort. One of the things that made our visit memorable is that we joined the bonfire to roast marshmallows and s'mores on the burning wood fire. As the saying goes, expect the unexpected as there was a surprising fireworks right on the lake in front of our cottage coming from the nearby JW Marriott The Rousseau premier resort. As we celebrate Canada 150, we are making the most of enjoying our natural treasures especially during this summer. 
Kawartha Lakes Bubble gum ice cream.
Roasting marshmallows. 
Yoga right on the lake.

Happy Summer!

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  1. What a beautiful place, the idea one to spend a summer weekend. Enjoy Pamela! xo

  2. Such a lovely experience, sounds so relaxing!
    Beautiful pics!
    Kisses, Paola.

  3. So many awesome activities to do there Pam! Great for Summer fun!

  4. Wow this lake is breathtaking! What a lovely place to go!


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