Yarker Lucky Dollar is only 10 mins away from convenience store with LCBO, Beer, Fruit, firewood, Propane and a chip stand too!
Abrams Bakery is about 15 minutes drive away, a delicious bakery that serves fresh bread, bagels, sweets and sandwiches.
Quinn’s Meats has the freshest meat, direct from farm to consumer. A definite for all your meat needs, only 10 minutes from the cottage.
Foodland Verona is your closest full grocery store, about a 20 minute drive east.
StoneCorner Cafe in Camden East has delicious coffee, loose leaf tea, pastries and a very homely atmosphere. Only open on weekends though.
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Napanee River watershed is a vital part of Eastern Ontario, a place where all interests and ages are drawn to its historic beauty
Yarker is located in Stone Mills Township in Eastern Ontario nestled along the Napanee River.
Varty Lake is less than 10 minutes from the town centre.
Yarker Riverside Park is only 10 mins away and includes kids and toddler play areas.
Varty Lake is part of the Napanee River watershed in Ontario, Canada where there are more lakes than anywhere else in the world. The view out from the cottage is to wilderness and nightly sunsets.
Directly across the Lake from our Lake House is Camden Centennial Park, a waterfront park that includes a groomed beach swimming area and kids playground.
Experience the wonders of the Cataraqui Trail, a magnificent year-round recreational path stretching approximately 103 km from the charming town of Smith Falls in the east to the scenic destination of Strathcona in the west. Traverse through the Township of Stone Mills for 17 kilometers, starting from Strathcona and extending eastward through our town of Yarker, immersing yourself in the natural beauty that surrounds this enchanting trail.
During the spring, summer and fall, the Cataraqui Trail warmly embraces hikers and cyclists, inviting you to explore scenic routes and discover the hidden gems along the way. Lace up your hiking boots or hop on your bike and embark on an unforgettable journey, as the trail unveils picturesque landscapes and breathtaking vistas at every turn.
During the winter months, the Cataraqui Trail transforms into a snowy wonderland, welcoming snowmobilers who hold a valid Ontario Federation of Snowmobile Clubs trail permit. Feel the exhilaration as you glide through the winter wonderland, surrounded by serene, snow-covered landscapes. Cross-country skiers are also invited to embrace the tranquility of the trail, reveling in the pristine white canvas as they embark on a cross-country skiing adventure.
Whether you’re seeking an invigorating hike, a thrilling cycling excursion, or a winter adventure on a snowmobile or skis, the Cataraqui Trail promises an exceptional experience for outdoor enthusiasts of all kinds. Come and discover the beauty and serenity of this remarkable trail, immersing yourself in the natural wonders that await at every step.
Immerse yourself in the captivating world of stargazing as you explore the Dark Sky Viewing Area in Erinsville, which is open from dusk until dawn. Upon arrival, you’ll find ample parking available, along with a spacious concrete pad specifically designed for setting up cameras or telescopes.
The Dark Sky Viewing are is located about 25 minutes north of the Lake House, nestled in the charming village of Erinsville, conveniently located at 7980 County Road 41.
Only 45 mins drive away is the gorgeous Prince Edward County and its wineries, sand beaches, limestone cliffs and Sandbanks Provincial Park.
In Napanee, which is only 25 mins away from the cottage, take in some small-town life at popular pubs such as the Loaf N’ Ale and the must-dine Waterfront River Pub and Terrace that has an eclectic, sizeable patio right looking out onto Napanee River.
Explore one of Ontario’s most beautiful and historic rivers with a Norman Paul River Tour.
The Norman Paul is a fully licensed 45 foot pontoon boat that tours the Napanee River from the dock at The Waterfront River Pub and Terrace to the entrance to Mohawk Bay.
The tour is 16 KM round trip and is approximately 1.5 hours.
Frontenac Provincial Park is an Ontario provincial park located 30 minutes to the east from our cottage.
It is a 5,350-hectare park classified as a natural environment park, & lies on the Frontenac Axis, a topographic extension of the Canadian Shield connecting to the Adirondack Mountains. There are over 22 lakes, 700 species and extensive areas of mixed forest, wetlands, and granite outcrops.
Located in the heart of beautiful Eastern Ontario, the Lennox & Addington County Trails include 12 well-marked and and easily accessible looping routes with 600 kilometres of paved roadway.
The routes are ideal for cycling enthusiasts