With over 200 different species of birds in this part of the province, you’re bound to see some interesting birds. Take a gander along some of our trails as well as the Old 506 Rd. to take in the sights and sounds of the area.
During the summer and especially the spring and summer migrations, we have seen many charismatic passerines including indigo buntings, cedar waxwings, northern cardinals, rose-breasted grosbeak, and many different types of warblers including chestnut-sided, Cape May, Nashville, black-and-white, common redstarts, ovenbirds, and northern waterthrushes among others.
Waterfowl we commonly see along our shores include common loons and common mergansers. If you’re lucky you may even spot a bald eagle or osprey soaring over the lake.
Breakfast has just been reintroduced at the resort in the summer of 2018 and is only available for guests of the resort. If you don’t feel like cooking, come on up for a hot breakfast! In addition to the classic breakfasts, specialty menu items include Eggs Kenny (Lancaster’s take on the classic Eggs Benny!), devilled scrambled eggs, and homemade coconut cashew granola. Yum!
Hours of operation are Friday to Sunday 8am to 12pm. Reservations are not needed unless you are a large group of 10 or more.
After breakfast take a look at the little arts and crafts area, buy some homemade baking, or browse our selection of free used books. You may find something worth bringing home.
Entertainment and Games Nights at the Lodge
Mississagaon Lake is a great spot for fishing. Almost the whole north shore is undeveloped crown land, so the lake is not overrun with boats. Species you could catch include large- and small-mouth bass, walleye, northern pike, perch, and even the occasional lake whitefish.
Boats and motors are available for rent, or bring your own boat and launch it on site.
Please be aware of the local regulations - we are in Zone 18 (Eastern Ontario).
Fishing licences can be purchased at a number of local business, but the closest is Bishop Lake Tent & Trailer Park.
For emergencies call 911, resort address is 1045 Lancaster Lane, Cloyne. Perth and Napanee are the closest hospitals, both about an hour away
Dee Lancaster is a registered massage therapist and runs her business out of the lodge. She offers relaxation as well as therapeutic massages.
What a way to start a vacation!
Her hours of operation are Monday to Thursday 9am to 8pm and Friday 9am to 6pm.
Reservations only, so please book ahead! Call 613-336-3131 or find her on
Facebook - Dee-Stress Massage Therapy.
$45 for 30 minutes.
$70 for 60 minutes
$100 for 90 minutes.
1 canoe and 3 kayaks are available for rent at a rate of $25 each per 24 hours.
Black bears and deer are some of the larger mammals we have seen in the area, but you may also spot porcupines, raccoons, red foxes, squirrels, and chipmunks. Bring a package of peanuts with you to feed the chipmunks by hand and watch them fill their cheeks! Painted and snapping turtles, snakes and frogs are also found.
Although snakes are creepy, please do not harm them as all species are protected here (yes, this includes water snakes), just get out of their way and let them pass. The same goes for the frogs - leave them alone and do not catch them for bait. There are bait shops in town, there’s no need to catch the wildlife.