Hay Lake Lodge & Cottages is owned and operated by Erin and Phil Morlock. For more than 30 years, we have provided guests with a quiet and peaceful place to relax and unwind. With no television or phone to distract in interrupt, each cabin has a private feeling. When you sit on your porch, you see the lake, not your neighbour.

We bring you breakfast!

What a wonderful way to start the day - a freshly baked breakfast delivered to your cabin! We include homemade muffins and croissants, fresh fruit and juice, eggs or cheese, homemade jam, yogurt or muesli and coffee.

There’s nothing like sitting on your porch, sipping your coffee and watching the lake. It's our gift to you!

Don’t feel like making dinner?

Our cabins are fully equipped for making your own meals, but if you feel like a change we have a dinner menu for room service and can also recommend or arrange dinner reservations at several local restaurants.

Free wi-fi. Not that you'll care.

We offer free wi-fi in our cabins or you can stop by the main lodge to check your email with our wireless connection while you enjoy a glass of wine from our bar... on the deck... overlooking the lake. Or you can just enjoy the glass of wine.

Explore the lake

Your stay includes the use of canoes and kayaks. Never been in a canoe? We'll get you started with some quick tips. It's the traditional way to explore Algonquin Park. If you prefer kayaks - like Erin - you'll get a closer view of the lake, marshes and wildlife. We also offer motorboats for rent.

Be as busy or as quiet as you like

There are plenty of places to visit and things to do. Take advantage of the programs and trails offered by Algonquin Park, Ontario's most famous park wilderness. Or simply enjoy the peaceful surrounds, sitting on your screened porch with a good book.

Environmentally friendly

Living an environmentally-sensitive lifestyle is second nature when you live on the edge of one of Canada’s greatest parks. Recycling and composting, using compact florescent lightbulbs and minimizing night lighting to keep our skies dark, is just some of what we do to protect our environment. And our log cabins were built with locally grown trees long before 'buy local' was a slogan.