Bondi Resort Blog

Come on into our Blog for a look at the wonderful world we've got to share! With over 240 hectares (600 acres) of wilderness woodlands surrounding the resort, just ten minutes from Algonquin Park, we feature over 400 metres (1200’) of waterfront and beach; boat rentals; summer hiking trails winding through fields and woods; 20 km. of groomed cross country ski trails and snowshoeing in winter; access to nearby snowmobile trails for sledders, and a toboggan hill for the young at heart.

Saturday, April 22, 2017

It's Official!

It's official. The BMD are on the water

Loons are Back!

April 22. The loons are back. Spring peepers in full song. Two of my most favourite sounds  I took this video tonight, about 10.30 p.m.  There is nothing to see, just loons and frogs to listen to.  The best orchestra ever.

Moose are on the Loose

Moose Watching season has started this week in Algonquin Park. The ponds and marshes have unfrozen near HWY60. The moose are getting salt to replenish their bodies after the winter. #muskoka #discoverON #moosewatching

April 20, David gets famous (more famous???)

Look who made the Barrie news!!!! David's pic of our under-water docks.#bondivillageresort #ctvbarrie #muskokafloods
Several roads have flooded in Muskoka and in Ramara Township.

Ragged and Rugged, Ragged Falls in full Flood

one of our smallest parks, but with a waterfall that packs the biggest punch! Ragged Falls in spring flood. You should go see it. Only about a ten minute distance from Bondi Village!

This video is really worth the watch.

One day after Ice out, April 19

With the ice going out yesterday, thoughts naturally start to turn to summer fun! Might want to wait a touch longer however before going for that first waterski! #Muskoka #LakeOfBays #travel #summervacation#BondiCottageResort

Tamarack glory

Spring brings so much new life to the forest. This is a tamarack -- the only evergreen to shed its needles in the autumn, after blazing into golden glory late in the fall. Come spring, the new buds open into soft green, with the flowers briefly glorious, while the old cones still cling to the branches. This wonderful photo, showing all three phases at once, was taken by Rob and Jean Hilscher, from Oxtongue Lake. Thanks for the share.