Oxtongue Bluffs



This meticulously maintained log home known as Oxtongue Bluffs features four bedrooms, two baths, a separate dining room, a spacious three season Muskoka Room with unsurpassed lake and granite bluff views and so much more. The lower level features a laundry room, a guest bedroom and bath and utility room. Two main floor and one lower level walk out lead down a gentle slope to a private lakeside patio entertainment area and dock. Rest, relax, dive off the dock or enjoy a refreshing swim. Go for a boat ride and explore this beautiful area taking in the Oxtongue Rapids and famous Ragged Falls.

A dream triple car oversized garage/workshop with wood stove, lots of light, overhead screen garage completes this wonderful offering. Lots of room to store all the toys – boats, ATV’s, snowmobiles.

Enjoy a day trip, or even an hours hike in world famous Algonquin Park and return home to the comfort of your own cottage. Not far from the town of Dwight to pick up forgotten items, or a short drive into Huntsville to enjoy theatre, restaurants, and shopping. Oxtongue Bluffs is a wonderful cottage, which allows the owner to have it all.

This is a refuge where you feel your shoulders drop as nature surrounds you. Under the northern lights, this cottage is a sanctuary to come home to. Oxtongue Bluffs will steal your heart.


While summer gets a lot of attention, Oxtongue is somewhere you can enjoy all year long. (Text courtesy of Oxtongue Lake.ca)


It’s hard not to get excited over the splendour of the fall colours, which makes every outdoor activity feel like you are living in a painting.


Did you know that the best time of year to see moose is in the spring? Just drive on Highway 60 and you will likely spot at least one, and likely many more.  Water levels at this time of year are high from the snow thaw, making Ragged Falls a spectacular sight.  And let’s not forget that the fishing season opens with some of the best opportunities for catching the next big one.


Don’t hibernate when the weather gets cold.  There are plenty of activities to keep you outside with a smile on your face: snowmobiling, skiing, ice-fishing and snowshoeing to name just a few.  We are also lucky to be able to harmoniously blend peaceful winter activities such as cross-country skiing with adventure and we’re home to the incredible Algonquin Snowmobile Club with 300km of trails.