The warmth of the sun soon turn throughts to summer family vacations. Enjoy boating, swimming, barbecuing and campfires over the long, lazy days of summer.
The deep, crystal clear water of Wakomata provides excellent boating, swimming and snorkeling. Swim off the dock in front of your cottage, or boat across to the east shore of Wakomata where you will find secluded sand beaches that are accessible only by boat.
On-site you will find a small childrens’ playground and a horseshoe pit for the adults. On rainy days we will open the lounge for movies, music, our library and ping pong. There is no charge for the use of the lounge.
The local terrain is great for hiking, mountain biking, and driving tours.
There are numerous trails and logging roads all around the resort suitable to a quick 10 minute stroll or an all day jaunt.
With hundreds of kilometers of trail the Mississagi River Valley is the place to ride in Ontario. Wakomata Shores Resort is in the heart of an Atver’s paradise with numerous day trip options as well as extended over night excursions. Come and ride one of the undiscovered gems of Ontario’s north where you may not see another rider for days.
Wakomata Lake provides a healthy habitat for many species of fish such as: smallmouth bass, lake trout, pike, whitefish, and perch. Nearby Dam Lake is the home to splake and jumbo perch.
Pontoon Boat Cruises-Beaching It!
Many Cottagers enjoy cruising our picturesque lake on the resorts luxury pontoon boat. Guests of all ages especially enjoy the runs to Honeymoon beach where they can bask on the sandy beach, go swimming in the shallow water which is ideal for younger children or just stroll the length of the beach. (see the beach section for pictures).
Wakomata Shores has a number of mountain bikes and helmets for guests to check out the many trails in the area.
All Cottages are equipped with a private outside campfire area with comfortable lawn furniture and picnic tables. No ones resort experience is complete without sitting by an outside campfire near a lake and hearing the call of the loons.