News & Events

Extending Summer

September 7th, 2016

Well, just like that and it’s all over. I think a lot of people across the province spent the September Long Weekend pulling in the docks and boat lifts and trying to jam all the summer toys into the shed for the winter that will be here before we know it.

Since the First Day of Autumn is still 15 days away, I say we all pretend that it really is still summer and wear our shorts on days that it’s above 18 degrees celsius and take the non-motorized floating devices a.k.a canoes, paddle boards and kayaks onto the lake whenever we possibly can.

Let’s light one more campfire and have another round of S’mores, let’s still try to catch a lightning bug or watch the Northern Lights. Let’s spend time outdoors and get as much vitamin D in our systems as possible.

I do love fall, but I’m just not ready for it yet. What do you say, is it a deal? Let’s take summer to its limits!

Summertime Fun

July 20th, 2016
I can not believe it is already the middle of July. The sun is out, the lake is at the perfect temperature and all the gardens are in full bloom, along with all the wild berries. Wild berry crops are quite plentiful this year, I hope you’ve had the chance to indulge in at least a few handfuls of saskatoons! I suspect the raspberries will be perfect for picking before too long.

It is, of course, likely the busiest season at the lake, especially on the weekends. Numerous hours are spent on the water, accompanied by lots of other boats and friends (remember to play safe!). One of our best things to do in the summer months is to hit the water in the early evening, right at dusk. You can pretty much also count on the water being glass-like as the wind calms down for the night – great for skiing or knee-boarding. Sitting around the campfire until the moon comes up (or much later!) will feel great after a late night dip.

If you’ve had enough fun on the water and are looking to spend some time away from the lake, check out the Parkland Tourism website –http://www.parklandtourism.com. There are lots of ideas for day trips, self-guided tours, great events to attend, and so on. With so much to see and do, theres no chance of ever being bored in this part of the province! 

Almost Summer

June 17th, 2016

The first day of Summer is officially June 20. So many of us in Manitoba look forward to the long, lazy days of summer. Hopefully, the mosquitos won’t get the better of us and we can also enjoy the evenings as well!

If you’re looking for a great place to spend the summer (well, actually spring, summer, fall and winter), we still have some great lots available at Sunset Point. It’s an especially attractive development because of the year-round access. There are a few lakefront lots available and a number of fantastic lakeview lots for sale at a very reasonable price. The lots all come with municipal (treated) water and are spacious for cottage life owners or year-round living. Inland or lakeview lot owners have access to the lake at two public access points.

Living amongst the calm and beauty of the lake is within your reach – contact us today!