Property ID: A002
Address: 2459 Kashagawigamog Lake Road Haliburton ON Haliburton Highlands K0M 1S0 Canada
Marcus Beach is located on Lake Kashagawigamog in the heart of the Haliburton Highlands. Located two hours north of Toronto, the region boasts more than 600 lakes, rolling hills, and mature forests. Please note that there are no guest services on site but the cottages are completely self-sufficient.
Business center (No)
Concierge desk/services (No)
Gift shops or newsstand (No)
Languages spoken onsite (English)
Medical facility (3 Miles)
Multilingual staff (No)
Television in lobby (No)
Beach facilities (Onsite)
Cross Country Skiing (2 Miles)
Downhill Skiing (15 Miles)
Driving distances to attractions ()
Entertainment / Nightlife (5 Miles)
Ice skating (Onsite)
Local Tourism Web address ()
Running track/path (Onsite)
Shopping (5 Miles)
Snowboard Lessons (25 Miles)
Lester B. Pearson - YYZ (130 Miles)
Airport Shuttle Service Available: No
From Pearson Int'l Airport take Hwy 401 East to Hwy 400 North. Just north of Barrie there is a fork in the road, take Hwy 11 North. Exit at Hwy 118 (just north of Bracebridge). Travel east to Haliburton Village. In the village turn right on Hwy 21 and head south for about 1 km and turn left onto County Rd #1 (at the airplane). Follow County Rd #1 another km and turn right on to Kashagawigamog Lake Road. Follow this around the lake for 5.5 km until you see the sign for Marcus Beach on your right hand side. The address is 2459 Kashagawigamog Lake Rd. Call ahead if arriving late.
Check In: 18:00
Check Out: 11:00
Weeks Check In Days: Sunday, Monday, Friday
Express Check In / Check Out Available: No
Front Desk Available: Yes
Front Desk Hours: 9:00am - 5:00pm
Animals are permitted; restrictions and or fees may apply please contact resort for details.
Resort non-smoking policy.
Resort cannot honor unit upgrades or moves.
There are no cribs available.
Only few units are pet friendly. Absolutely no pets in cottage 3, 6, 8 and 12.
Occupancy limits are strictly enforced: could result in forfeiture of the unit and/or other penalties.
Telephone cards required for long distance calls.