Sherwood Lake of Bays

1076 Wallington Lane

Sherwood Lake of Bays is a luxury retreat on beautiful Lake of Bays, Muskoka. Sherwood Lake of Bays is named after the main building of a boys camp named Robin Hood, that was formerly located on this beautiful point of land on Lake of Bays land.  Sherwood Lake of Bays is located so that one can enjoy the all day warmth of bright southern exposure and because it is a lovely point of land, panoramic views from all principle rooms provide outstanding wide lake vistas. A massive two story river rock stone fireplace creates a feeling of warmth and strength. The fireplace is the heart of Sherwood Lake of Bays with the the stonework housing the range in the French country kitchen.

Sherwood Lake of Bays is truly an entertainer’s dream with a charming waterfront guest cabin, outdoor shuffleboard and distinctive boathouse with a full upper entertainment deck. Sherwood Lake of Bays exudes privacy and sophistication. Built for the discerning cottage buyer as a wonderful family retreat.

When you are ready to relax you can enjoy watching a sunset over the lake from the boathouse entertainment deck; sit on the small bridge by the waterfalls or enjoy relaxing in your screened Muskoka rooms. You could enjoy a warm fire in the lower level family room, grab a bottle of wine from the wine room, or gather the family in the games room for a fun game of scrabble.

Sherwood Lake of Bays is an elegant custom cottage designed with family and comfort in mind.

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Lake of Bays Muskoka is a favourite all season destination for the recreationist and sports enthusiasts, offering many kilometres of winding paths and long lake runs to go swimming, fishing, boating, canoeing, kayaking, waterskiing, sailing, hiking, cycling, mountain biking, golfing, alpine and nordic skiing, skating, snowmobiling, ice fishing or dog sledding.  Alternatively, it’s the perfect location for a quiet relaxing getaway!  Stay where the welcome mat is always out at our variety of first class resorts, lodges and family cottages.

The second largest lake in the Muskoka River Watershed, Lake of Bays, Muskoka boasts 563 kilometres of shoreline and is thought to be 260 ft deep in places.  The area even has a legendary lake monster which many believe is a hoax and others have sworn to have seen and signed statements as far back as 1959 to the fact.