Consider looking at cottages for sale on  Mary Lake Muskoka.

Mary Lake is one of four lakes in a chain, the others being: Fairy, Vernon, & Peninsula Lake.  Combined the four lakes offer more than 40 miles of boating in Muskoka.

From Mary Lake, Muskoka you can boat into downtown Huntsville, where you can enjoy boutique shopping, restaurants, entertainment and more.  While you there, don’t forget to stop into the Sutton Group Muskoka office and pick up a brochure of Muskoka cottages for sale.

One of the 7 largest lakes in Muskoka,  Alexander Murray explored the lake in 1853 and was so struck by its natural beauty he named it after his first daughter Mary.

There are 8 islands on the Lake: Rocky, Crown, Isle of Pines, Deadman’s, Forrest, Lawrence, Gall and Snowshoe.

To learn more about the water quality and lake facts see the Lake Facts Sheet.

Public Boat Launches:

Mary Lake Marina: 105 Fitzgerald Drive, Utterson

Port Sydney Beach: 546-570 Muskoka District Road 10, Port Sydney.

Visit the Lake Association Page.

Port Sydney

Port Sydney Muskoka welcome signPort Sydney is located at the Southern end of Mary Lake.  Upon arriving in Port Sydney visitors are greeted by a welcome sign that reads “Home of 800 Nice Families and 1 Old Grouch.”  This historic town is approximately 12 kilometers south of Huntsville and about a 2.5 hour drive from Toronto.  The town was founded in 1871 by Albert Sydney Smith and was primarily a logging town, turned tourism when the by-passed the town.  Port Sydney is now the home of some spectacular cottages.  Port Sydney is a darling little town to tour, with spectacular natural beauty, historic homes & churches  and offers a beautiful sand beach on the shores of the Lake where one can watch the boats come and go and enjoy a swim in the beautiful clear water.