Couples Only Resort

Couples Only

Couples Only, Just for the two of you, that is private, natural and soothing... and most importantly, all about You!

"Your service exceeded our expectations – we really felt as if we were being catered to, without it being intrusive. We will not hesitate to return again or recommend to our friends as a 5 star plus getaway." C& L Wells
 
"The hospitality was excellent, the view from our cabin, everything surrounding this resort is incredible. The night time fires were great as well as the Jacuzzi. Wonderful staff. We look forward to returning." T. & M. Evans

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Through the tabs of this website you will discover us.
Here, before you explore the Tabs, we will give you a tiny taste.

Rooms Tab
Best, 5 Star, each with Private Lakeside Hot Tubs.

Dining Tab
All Inclusive, Gastronomic 5 courses in every dinner.  

Spa Tab
Organic and rejuvenating, with personal service.

Packages Tab
1) All Inclusive with 25 Bonuses. 
2) Last Minute for getaways. 
3) Rewards for returning.
4) Brides for Honeymooners.
5) Barter for Musicians etc.
6) Fly In.

Activities Tab
1) Winter. Icehiking Guranteed Daily.
2) Spring. Moose Watching.
3) Summer. Fresh Water Swimming.
4) Fall.  Brilliant Fall Leaf Colours.
5) Algonquin Park

A Full Itinerary

John and Annica's favourites for perfect days.
Scroll Down for each & every month!

NOVEMBER or DECEMBER Snowfall JANUARY FEBRUARY MARCH to APRIL

Early rise to slip into your private Hot Tub to welcome a new day!
8:30 - 9:30 Breakfast in Bed, with duvet close and bathrobes on, so indulgent in starting the day!
After Breakfast time get the Algonquin Park Free Pass from the Office and the IceHiking Crampons and Hiking Poles from the Sport Centre then head off to go IceHiking on an Algonquin Park Trail.
Try your 1st trail, the Algonquin Park Logging Museum, it is fairly flat and a good place to get your comfort for how easy it is to walk with Crampons and Hiking Poles.  Of course this Logging Museum trail is a short outdoor walk with very informative displays, you will be in awe at the early ingenuity.
Then take a second trail, we like the Spruce Bog Boardwalk as it is also fairly flat and a great walk through a wilderness marsh.  
Finally head off to the Algonquin Park Visitors Centre to continue with learning about Algonquin Park's History as it is quite informative in its displays about nature and culture.
Back by 3pm, time to slide back into the Hot Tub, it is needed now to get any chill out of your body. 
Late afternoon time to spoil and touch, take a 1/2 hour each massaging your partners body (bring your favourite oil) followed by taking a couples shower to wash off the oil.
I'm ready for a quick nap, I am excellent at it and asleep in 5 minutes, but set your timer for maximum 30 minute nap so you have energy for the evening.
Prepare and dress your sharpest for a Resort romantic dinner, bring a big appetite.
Make sure you put your fireplace on tonight, it is the end to a perfect day.
Day Two we can do one longer trail, the Bike Trail at Mew Lake Campground, walk out as far as you wish and return the same path, serene.  We can also add in a Spa Indulgence this day as there will be time.  
Day Three greatly depends if we acutally have enough snow with no icy conditions to do Traditional winter sports like Dogsledding, Horseback Riding, Cross Country Skiing, Ice Skating or Snow Shoeing.  In 2017, and 2018 there was not enough snow, so come this year to IceHike to get outside and enjoy the majestic Algonquin Nature and maybe we will get snow!

MID APRIL to MID MAY

Hiking on an Algonquin Park Trail, 7am, just as dawn lights the sky.
First trail is Spruce Bog Trail which is a boardwalk trail, so it is safer first in the morning, and shorter, a good wake up. 
Second trail is Look out Trail as the daylight shines out over the Algonquin contours.
Third trail is Beaver Pond Trail with all its roots and rocks and incredible topography of Algonquin.
Remember to access the Algonquin Park Free Pass the evening before the day you go, so that you can start off early at 6:45am.
Plan to be back for Breakfast at 10am for a tasty breakfast, and time to edit your incredible photos.
Now, after breakfast, time for a long Nap.  
Spending time in your own private Hot Tub.
Late afternoon time to spoil and touch, take a 1/2 hour each massaging your partners body (bring your favourite oil) followed by taking a couples shower to wash off the oil.
Prepare and dress your sharpest for a Resort romantic dinner, bring a big appetite.
Day Two is sleeping in marginally longer and doing only one trail, the Booth Rock Trail, at 7:30am, with superb information of Algonquin Park's History and a Special Vista.
Day Three is Spa and Horseback day, yippeee.  Take a walk into and around quaint, peaceful Whitney, looking at Stores and Art Galleries, maybe even buying an Original Oil Painting from Gertrude.  Must admit we have several of her paintings adorning our home walls. 

3rd WEEK of MAY to END OF JUNE

6am for MOOSE finding.  Take a drive up and down the Algonquin Park Hwy 60 corridor,from one end to the other, and there is a good chance you will see Moose.
Plan to be back for Breakfast at 10am for a tasty breakfast, and time to edit your incredible photos.
Now, after breakfast, time for a long Nap.  
Spending time in your own private Hot Tub.  
Late afternoon time to spoil and touch, take a 1/2 hour each massaging your partners body (bring your favourite oil) followed by taking a couples shower to wash off the oil.
Prepare and dress your sharpest for a Resort romantic dinner, bring a big appetite.
Day three is Spa day and we are so ready for this.  Take a walk into and around quaint, peaceful Whitney, looking at Original Art Galleries and at some new moccasins.  

END OF JUNE - JULY - to MID AUGUST

Canoeing or Kayaking at the first glimmer of light, 6am, while the lake is at its calmest.
Stay close to the shoreline on the way out as it is magical and notice the small wildlife.
Day one and Day two, each morning a different shore line, one morning along the Resort-side up to and around Mud Bay, the next day across the lake around Hay Creek outlet up to and past the Algonquin Park Boundary.
Remember to access the paddles and lifejackets the afternoon before the day you go, so that you can slip off early at 6am.
Plan to be back for Breakfast at 10am for a tasty breakfast, and time to edit your incredible photos.
Now, after breakfast, time for a long Nap.  
About 2pm head down for swimming in our clear warm lake off the long dock. Clasp your hands together and scoop up the water and see how clear it is.  July lake water is usually around 24'C through the whole period, we think this is quite enjoyable.  Best part is to mix up the swimming in the Lake with going back and spending time in your own private Hot Tub and laying on one's own chaise lounge chairs while eating fruits, cheese and complimented with Rosè wine.
Late afternoon time to spoil and touch, take a 1/2 hour each massaging your partners body (bring your favourite oil) followed by taking a couples shower to wash off the oil.
Prepare and dress your sharpest for a Resort romantic dinner, bring a big appetite.
Day three is Spa day and we are so ready for this.  Take a walk into and around quaint, peaceful Whitney, looking at Original Art Galleries and at some new moccasins.  

MID AUGUST to EARLY SEPTEMBER

Hiking on an Algonquin Park Trail, 7am, just as dawn lights the sky.
First trail is Spruce Bog Trail which is a boardwalk trail, so it is safer first in the morning, and shorter, a good wake up. 
Second trail is Look out Trail as the daylight shines out over the Algonquin contours.
Third trail is Beaver Pond Trail with all its roots and rocks and incredible topography of Algonquin.
Remember to access the Algonquin Park Free Pass the evening before the day you go, so that you can start off early at 6:45am.
Plan to be back for Breakfast at 10am for a tasty breakfast, and time to edit your incredible photos.
Now, after breakfast, time for a long Nap.  
About 2pm head down for swimming in our clear warm lake off the long dock. Clasp your hands together and scoop up the water and see how clear it is.  August lake water is usually around 22'C through the whole period, we think this is quite enjoyable.  Best part is to mix up the swimming in the Lake with going back and spending time in your own private Hot Tub and laying on one's own chaise lounge chairs while eating fruits, cheese and complimented with White wine.
Late afternoon time to spoil and touch, take a 1/2 hour each massaging your partners body (bring your favourite oil) followed by taking a couples shower to wash off the oil.
Prepare and dress your sharpest for a Resort romantic dinner, bring a big appetite.
Day Two is sleeping in marginally longer and doing only one trail, the Booth Rock Trail, at 7:30am, with superb information of Algonquin Park's History and a Special Vista.
Day Three is Spa and Horseback day, yippeee.  Take a walk into and around quaint, peaceful Whitney, looking at Stores and Art Galleries, maybe even buying an Original Oil Painting from Gertrude.  Must admit we have several of her paintings adorning our home walls. 

EARLY SEPTEMBER to 3rd WEEK OCTOBER 

Early rise to slip into your private Hot Tub to welcome a new day!
8:30 - 9:30 Breakfast in Bed, with duvet close and bathrobes on, so indulgent in starting the day!
After Breakfast time, latest 10:30am head off to go Hiking on an Algonquin Park Trail.
We prefer a long one, the Centennial Ridge, with its many spectacular facades and breath taking views of Algonquin.   
Remember to bring some water and energy snacks.  
Of couse shorter ones are an option, see Mid August to Early September for other recommendations.
Remember to access the Algonquin Park Free Pass the evening before the day you go, so that you can start off right after breakfast.
Back by 4pm, time to slide back into the Hot Tub, it is needed now. Please remember 1st a quick shower to wash away the sweat from the long hike.
I'm ready for a quick nap, I am excellent at it and asleep in 5 minutes, but set your timer for maximum 30 minute nap so you have energy for the evening.
Prepare and dress your sharpest for a Resort romantic dinner, bring a big appetite.
After dinner the outdoor fire pit, on the water's edge, is on outside the main lodge, enjoy it mosquito free, bring an after dinner drink (our favourite a thick Port) or lol, I guess today we can have one now smoke a joint.  Say hello to an other couple, and find out how they spent their day, and share yours.
Day Two we can do a shorter trail, and the Booth Rock Trail is the favourite here with superb information about Algonquin's History and again special vistas.    Day Two after the Booth Rock Trail, stop into the Algonquin Park Visitor's Center to continue with learning about Algonquin Park's History as it is quite informative in its displays about nature and culture.  This Centre houses the EOCAA Art Exhibit that was founded over 20 years ago by Gertrude Sorensen the Founder of Couple Resort.  Then before you leave the Park stop in at the Logging Museum, a short outdoor walk with very informative displays, you will be in awe at the early ingenuity.
Day Three is Spa and Horseback day, yippeee.  Take a walk into and around quaint, peaceful Whitney, looking at Stores and Art Galleries, maybe even buying an Original Oil Painting from Gertrude.  Must admit we have several of her paintings adorning our home wall

MID OCTOBER to NOVEMBER or DECEMBER Snowfall

Early rise to slip into your private Hot Tub to welcome a new day!
8:30 - 9:30 Breakfast in Bed, with duvet close and bathrobes on, so indulgent in starting the day!
After Breakfast time, latest 10:30am head off to go Hiking on an Algonquin Park Trail.
We prefer a long one, the Centennial Ridge, with its many spectacular facades and breath taking views of Algonquin.   
Remember to bring some water and energy snacks.  
Of couse shorter ones are an option, see Mid August to Early September for other recommendations.
Remember to access the Algonquin Park Free Pass the evening before the day you go, so that you can start off right after breakfast.
Back by 4pm, time to slide back into the Hot Tub, it is needed now. Please remember 1st a quick shower to wash away the sweat from the long hike.
I'm ready for a quick nap, I am excellent at it and asleep in 5 minutes, but set your timer for maximum 30 minute nap so you have energy for the evening.
Prepare and dress your sharpest for a Resort romantic dinner, bring a big appetite.
Day Two we can do a shorter trail, and the Booth Rock Trail is the favourite here with superb information about Algonquin's History and again special vistas.    Day Two after the Booth Rock Trail, stop into the Algonquin Park Visitor's Center to continue with learning about Algonquin Park's History as it is quite informative in its displays about nature and culture.  Then before you leave the Park stop in at the Logging Museum, a short outdoor walk with very informative displays, you will be in awe at the early ingenuity.
Day Three is Spa and Horseback day, yippeee.  And if you still have the energy walk over to the Stables.