Level terrain, magnificent sand beaches and great amenities.
Here, on 39 acres, 19 spacious cottages have been introduced into 4,000 feet of gentle-sloping shoreline. Marcus Beach is distinguished by its’ beautiful sand beaches and great amenities which include tennis, basketball, walking trails, a playground, 4 cedar boat docks, kayaks and canoes. Marcus Beach is an easy 2 ½ hour drive from Toronto.
Each Haliburton cottage features a large living room and a games table, a main floor bathroom, a bright and spacious kitchen and a separate dining room. You will find three good-sized bedrooms and two full size bathrooms on 2 levels. Outside, the covered porch provides perfect views of the lake – you’ll spend hours here relaxing and enjoying the great outdoors.
All of our 4-season cottages feature:
- 3 bedrooms, 2 baths – sleeps 8
- Fully equipped kitchen with 4 appliances
- Covered porch overlooking the lake
- Custom-designed furniture
- Gas fireplace
- Laundry room with a full sized washer and dryer
- Satellite TV
- Premium pine exterior
- Larger floor plans
- Ground floor bedroom in some cottages
- Large screened-in porch
- Basement storage
Property & Amenities
- 39 private, wooded acres
- 4,000 feet of gentle sloping shoreline
- 4 cedar boat docks
- Outstanding natural sand beaches
- Tennis court
- Basketball half court
- Volleyball court
- Playing field
- Children’s Playground
- Lakefront and wooded trails
- Canoes, kayaks, fishing and paddle boats and paddle boards
- 4 campfire sites
- Skating rink in winter
- Bikes and storage
The Lake and Regional Attractions
Lake Kashagawigamog is located in the heart of the Haliburton Highlands. Just 2 hours north of Toronto, the Haliburton Highlands is a vast region of more than 600 pristine lakes, rolling hills and beautiful mature forests. Kashagawigamog is the central lake in a five-lake chain and is 16 km long. While most of the shoreline is populated by cottages, these are largely hidden from view by the forest of beautiful deciduous and conifer trees that grow right to the water’ s edge. Here you’ll find all the resources to make any holiday memorable, from quaint villages filled with charming shops to live theatre and artistic events to bring out the culture in you.
Looking for adventure beyond the lake? There’ s some great golf at four nearby courses. In winter, a vast network of cross-country skiing and snowmobile trails are at your doorstep and downhill skiing a short drive away. Plus, the town of Haliburton is only a 15-minute drive by boat or car, offering a full array of services and shops to make your cottage a true four-season destination.