Lake Nipissing Cottage Rentals
Paradise Cove Resort is a year-round rental destination located on the West Bay of Lake Nipissing - a renowned ecotourism and fishing destination situated 3.5 hours north of Toronto, Ontario. Our property features three elegant, self-contained waterfront cottages, each set in a secluded location for ultimate privacy. Our amenities include canoes, kayaks, paddleboards, boat rentals, and more, catering to families, couples, corporate retreats, and anglers alike.
During the winter months, we offer ice fishing and snowmobiling packages from January to mid-March, as well as a Christmas booking package and discounted rates for off-season bookings. Our cottages are surrounded by thousands of hectares of crown land with direct access to hiking and ATV trails, and the nearby Mashkinonje Provincial Park provides access to 30 km of hiking and nature trails. Additionally, the Ontario Federation Snowmobile Club (OFSC) trails run just a few hundred feet in front of our property, offering easy access to sledders.
Whether you're planning a family vacation, group getaway, fishing trip, or a relaxing week on the water, we're confident that you'll enjoy your stay at Paradise Cove Resort - regardless of the season.
Nestled on a secluded rockpoint of pristine Canadian granite, Rockpoint Haven lives up to its name by providing a breathtaking 180-degree panoramic vista of Lake Nipissing with exclusive access to private shoreline in every direction. The waterfront is clean and deep, providing a serene setting for swimming and relaxation.
Situated in a private bay just a stone's throw from the water, Northern Oasis is a stunning open-concept chalet designed in a loft style. Its spacious interior boasts vaulted cathedral ceilings and floor-to-ceiling windows that face west, providing a picturesque view of breathtaking sunsets. The chalet also features a sizable deck and dock, perfect for enjoying the tranquil lakeside surroundings.
Whispering Pines, our luxury cottage rental at Paradise Cove Resort, is the epitome of a dream vacation home. This exquisite cottage is privately located just steps from the water, offering breathtaking panoramic views of Lake Nipissing from every room. Its expansive deck and docking system also boast a lakeside hot tub, ideal for relaxing after a day of swimming and lounging by the lake. The cottage's interior is equally impressive, featuring a large chef's kitchen, pool table, living room with surround sound theatre, and more - all designed in an open-concept layout to maximize the stunning views.
On Site Amenities
Your cottage rental includes your own private fleet of complimentary water toys which includes two kayaks, a canoe and a paddle boat
Things to Do
The OFSC trails are located just a few hundred feet in front of Paradise Cove Resort, offering quick access to sleeders. This area offers some of the best sledding in Ontario!
If ice fishing and snowmobiling isn't your thing, we offer snowshoes, cross country skis and more to add to your enjoyment of the great outdoors.
Paradise Cove Resort is located in the beautiful West Bay of Lake Nipissing. West bay is particularly well known for its remoteness, miles of winding shoreline and fantastic fishing and wildlife.
Since 2014, Regan, Goldie, and their son Russell Thompson have been dedicated owners and operators in the hospitality industry. They began their journey by owning and operating Mashkinonje Lodge (now Mashkinonje Resort) until 2021, and then acquired Paradise Cove Resort in 2020, where they still operate to this day. Additionally, Regan has been operating Lake Nipissing Charters, a guiding business, since they first moved to the area in 2014.
Originally from Stratford, Ontario and Bell Island, Newfoundland respectively, Regan and Goldie met in 2005 and later got married. They eventually moved to Northern Ontario where they have developed a deep appreciation for the great outdoors, fishing, and the tourism and hospitality industry. Over the years, they have hosted countless happy customers and remain passionate owners and operators to this day.