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Harp Lake Waterfront Cottages
Harp Lake real estate consists of gorgeous, rustic log cabins, as well as more modern built stunning cottages with every finish masterfully crafted.
Some cabins offer large wraparound decks, perfect for viewing the glistening Harp Lake waters on one end and the vibrant forestry on the other.
Harp Lake real estate offers a retreat like experience with the peacefulness and serenity of the cabin lifestyle in the area, waking up just feels more relaxing.
Cottages in Harp Lake are rarer to come by due to the higher demand of the Muskoka Lakes areas, and the real estate is not always high in supply, so keep an eye out when you do see a listing you like.
Waking up in the morning to a Harp Lake view means walking out onto your deck with a cup of coffee early in the morning, taking in the sounds of all that nature in the area has to offer.
With cabins offering large, picturesque windows for you to truly get the full cottage experience away from the hustle and bustle of cities, you'll never want to leave such a relaxing atmosphere.
Harp Lake real estate offers spacious cabins, both with interior and exterior space, perfect for those looking to have large gatherings inviting friends and family for an exciting get together.
Watching the kids run around the yard or jumping in to have a swim in the lake as the warmth of the cabin warms the entire family up afterwards is an experience in itself.
Discover Life In Harp Lake
Harp Lake itself is enough of a reason to look into purchasing a lovely cabin home right on the shores of the waters.
The beauty of the water, with the sun reflecting its yellow and orange colours off of the lake in the early hours of the morning sunrise, and the late hours of the evening sunset make for incredible views every day.
Lakeside living in the beloved cottage country is truly something that cannot be missed. Taking a boat out on the beautiful waters lets you fully take in and marvel at the surrounding, unreal views.
Just a few minutes from downtown Huntsville in one direction and the remarkable Algonquin Park on another, you'll never run out of things to do.
The area offers several hiking trails ranging in difficulty, which become even more challenging if you're looking forward to those afternoon runs, and they make for great activity throughout the days.
Harp Lake is a more peaceful, quiet family lake that many go to for weekend trips or longer periods at a time to truly immerse themselves in all the beauty the area has to offer.
It makes for a perfect place to invite large groups of friends and family, with spacious cottages and plenty to explore, you'll want to come back every chance you get.
FAQs About Harp Lake
Q: How big is Harp Lake?
A: Harp Lake is about 178 acres in size, with a maximum depth of 34 meters. The Secchi disk depth, or clarity of the water is three meters, or 10 feet deep.
Q: How far is Harp Lake from the Greater Toronto Area?
A: Harp Lake is about three hours North of the Greater Toronto Area (GTA).
Q: What kind of species of fish reside in Harp Lake?
A: You'll find a variety of fish in Harp Lake including Brook Trout, Lake Trout, Smallmouth Bass, Yellow Perch, Cisco, Burbot, and more.
Q: Are short-term rentals (AirBnB) available at Harp Lake?
A: A permit is required for short-term rentals (AirBnB) at Harp Lake, as well residents and visitors must comply with all local bylaws.
Explore the Lakes of the Beautiful Muskoka District
- Ada Lake
- Axe Lake
- Bay Lake
- Bigwind Lake
- Brandy Lake
- Buck Lake
- Cecebe Lake
- Clear Lake
- Dickie Lake
- Doe Lake
- Fairy Lake
- Fawn Lake
- Hardy Lake
- Harp Lake
- Healey Lake
- Kahshe Lake
- Lake Joseph
- Lake Muskoka
- Lake of Bays
- Lake Rosseau
- Lake Vernon
- Leech Lake
- Leonard Lake
- Mary Lake
- McKay Lake
- Mirage Lake
- Oxtongue Lake
- Peninsula Lake
- Round Lake
- Sand Lake
- Skeleton Lake
- Three Mile Lake
- Walker Lake
- Waseosa Lake
- Wood Lake