The two cabins have similar layouts with an excellent view of Arrow Lake. Both have full kitchens, plenty of windows, satellite television, one bedroom with a queen sized bed, a single roll-away bed, a queen sized Futon and a deck over looking the lake. All linens are provided including: bath towels, kitchen towels and bedding. The kitchens are fully equipped with fridge, four burner stove and oven, microwave, coffee maker, and all necessary utensils, just bring your favourite gourmet meals, or your hotdogs. There is a gas barbeque for each cabin and the Yurt, a horseshoe pitch, tots play area, and fire pits with wood available. The beach, mountains and lake provide the backdrop to help melt away your stress. 


The YURT is set apart from the cabins a short distance providing plenty of privacy and yet close enough for easy access among friends and family in the cabins. Inside is a full kitchen a queen sized bed and queen sized futon. There is a deck over looking the lake with a patio table and chairs and a propane barbeque. All linens are provided including: bath towels, kitchen towels and bedding. The kitchen is fully equipped with fridge, four burner stove, oven and all necessary utensils. 

What is a yurt

At the most basic level, one might say a yurt is a glorified tent - but a yurt is really much more. The Mongols live in them year round and tend to prefer them to other forms of housing. The original designs of these structures involved five basic elements: lattice walls, roof beams, a roof ring, a door, and a felt or hide covering. When put together, it created a simple round wooden latticework frame with a combination of felt and sheep skin covering the outside depending on the season. Today's modern yurts use the Mongolian concept, but with the conveniences and technology of the 21st century, including insulation and cover fabrics developed by NASA. For a complete VIRTUAL TOUR of the inside of the Yurt click here.