Lake Of Shining Waters

Waseosa Lake

Waseosa Lake is a medium sized lake located in Huntsville within the District of Muskoka. With the name of the lake meaning, "Lake of Shining Waters", it is a truly accurate portrayal of the beauty of the glistening blue waters which provide a stunning backdrop from the waterfront cottages for sale in the area. 

Wooden deck at forest cottage with Adirondack chairs

Waseosa Lake Waterfront Cottages Statistics

Average Price $902K
Lowest Price $1
Highest Price $88M
Total Listings 92,223
Avg. Price/SQFT $19.3K

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Waseosa Lake Waterfront Cottages

Waseosa Lake real estate consists of beautiful cottage homes for sale nestled beautifully amongst a backdrop of vibrant bursts of colours such as greens, yellows, oranges, and reds which light up against the reflections of the lake. 

Discover the stunning Waseosa Lake cottages which average at a price of around $800,000. This makes these homes perfect for those looking for their ideal vacation home, or a permanent home for those couples looking to settle down or raise their families in a more nature-centric lifestyle. 

Cottages for sale in Waseosa Lake are like something out of a painting. With charming exterior and interior finishes, the developers have fully immersed these homes within their beautiful environments, making use of wood features and rustic yet modern architecture. 

If you're looking for the opportunity to build your dream home, look no further. With empty land in Waseosa which is perfect for those looking to construct a cottage home down to every last detail they could possibly imagine, now is your chance. 

Large, oversized windows looking out onto sparkling waters and seas of bright forestry made for letting as much natural sunlight to seep in through the walls of the home as possible, lighting up your cottage dream home and giving you all you could need in cottage country. 

Waseosa Lake Area Information 

The possibilities are simply endless in Waseosa Lake. From unbelievable waterfront activities that will keep the entire family, as well as guests satisfied year-round, to taking advantage of all of the surrounding hiking trails made possible through gorgeous forests that open up to jaw-dropping views, Waseosa Lake has it all. 

There are also some amazing camping grounds nearby loved by visitors and locals alike such as Camp Hurounda and Muskoka Glens Campsite which make for the perfect outdoor experience with a large group. Sitting around the campfire and setting up tents to fully dive into the Muskoka experience has never been better. 

There are also nearby islands and several other lakes to explore if you're feeling like venturing outside of Waseosa Lake and seeing what the surrounding area has to offer such as Treasure Island which sits right in the lake, Palette Lake, Ripple Lake, Jessop Lake, Clark Lake, and many more to wander around. 

Right nearby there is also the beloved Arrowhead Provincial Park which is simply ideal for those looking for more campgrounds such as Lumby South, or even trails to do some more challenging or relaxing hikes for some rewarding views such as Beaver Meadow Trailhead and Stubb's Falls Trail. As well as beaches, an incredible waterfall, and equipment rentals such as kayaks, you can't go wrong with Arrowhead Provincial Park. 

Waterfront activities include boating, paddleboarding, kayaking, swimming, fishing, and many more which will keep you happy all spring and summer long, as well as nearby winter activities in the area so you never run out of the excitement of cottage country. 

FAQs About Waseosa Lake

Q: Does Waseosa Lake have hiking trails near or around the proximity of the lake?
A: There are a number of hiking trails around Waseosa Lake, including the Waseosa Lake Trail and the nearby Limberlost Forest and Wildlife Reserve, allowing visitors to fully immerse themselves in the natural beauty of the area. 

Q: Are there any public picnic areas or parks with facilities near Waseosa Lake?
A: Waseosa Lake has both public picnic areas and parks nearby, such as the Waseosa Lake Park, which offers picnic tables, benches, and scenic views for visitors to enjoy. 

Q: Does Waseosa Lake provide any nature reserves in the vicinity?
A: There are several walking trails and nature reserves in the area of Waseosa Lake, including the Arrowhead Provincial Park and the Bigwind Island Trails. 

Stunning view of vibrant forestry on Muskoka lake waters near a dock

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