The Village of Sundridge Ontario surrounded by the Townships of “Strong” and “Joly” together offer an irresistible package that appeals to people of all ages.
Sunny Sundridge is situated alongside beautiful Lake Bernard, which has the distinction of being the world’s largest body of fresh water without an island. Modern history and exploration of this area began when the Algonquin Natives, (the first inhabitants of the region) established a treaty with French Fur Trappers in the early 1800’s.
Along with its annual ‘Fall Fair’ and the annual ‘Antique Car Show’ in June, Sundridge offers such fun activities as a ‘Fish Fry’ and a unique golf tournament at the ‘Cow Pasture Golf Course’.
Since this is “Maple Sugar Country”, in the spring, many syrup producers in the area open their doors and give tours of their sugar bushes.
As Sundridge is on the Ontario Snowmobile Trail system, many of the local resorts have packages for a great getaway vacation, both in the winter and in the summer.
Lake Bernard offers visitors an abundance of aquatic sports such as sailing, windsurfing, water skiing, canoeing and fishing. The beautiful sandy beaches and shallow waters of the centrally located Lions Park right alongside the downtown shopping area, combine to create the perfect place for a family swim or picnic.
Here is some of our B&B's in the Almaguin Highlands.
Bed & Breakfasts