PLACES TO STAY IN RAMARA
Home Away From Home
Next to ‘The Narrows’, the point where Lakes Couchiching and Simcoe meet, Hammock Harbour is a sought-after seasonal RV Resort with so much more! Open May 1 through Thanksgiving each year, this park, a beacon for boaters with its prime access to the Trent Severn Waterway and close proximity to the Port of Orillia, will have you seeing double - one lake there and one lake here. Amenities abound as do the opportunities to find just the right spot within the park’s unique layout. Dockage for boats up to 26’ is offered with hydro and water slips available. Head over to Hammock Harbour to learn more.
Seasons in the Sun
Quaint and quiet, Point of Mara Resort & Trailer Park offers lakeside living on the east shores of Lake Simcoe from May 1 through Thanksgiving each year. Stunning sunsets and incredible sandy beach are but a few of the luxuries the Resort delivers. Tucked between the shoreline communities of Lagoon City to the north and Beaverton to the south, Point of Mara offers seasonal residents the choice, venture out by land or sea? For the resort’s boaters, the private marina accepts boats of up to 20’. The Resort’s grounds are impeccably maintained throughout the season. For more information visit Point of Mara.
Point of Mara
Ramara's RV Parks
Play all day then settle-in for a relaxing stay.
Located on County Road 44, popularly known as Rama Road, the Day’s Inn offers 78 spacious guest rooms, indoor pool and whirlpool and complimentary Internet access. Your stay includes a Daybreak Cafe breakfast complete with hot and cold choices, always-friendly room service and a desirable location. Operated under the Wyndham’s umbrella, guests enjoy daytime adventure and nighttime rest. Visit the Day’s Inn.
Live it up or lounge it up?
Situated on Creighton Street just steps from Lake Simcoe, the Inn lets you choose your kind of comfort: lower floor/balcony and one King/two Queens. If it’s a comfy cabin that brings you rest, Lakeside has just what you need with four cozy ‘cottages’ to choose from. Lakeside’s young ownership team are bringing back the homestyle comfort first offered in the 60s. Learn about the Lakeside Inn.
The Lakeside Inn
Homestead and Homestyle; Then and Now
From the late 1800s when the McBain family, they of 11 children, first offered kind warmth and hospitality to folks en route to Longford Mills to the modern-day management of the Downing family, Fern Resort is a premiere Ramara destination.
Famously known as ‘The Home of Rolls & Honey’ Fern Resort’s kitchen beckons guests with its rolls, made from one-time owner Jim Pettapiece’s recipe plus honey from the same apiary he once tended. Visitors can’t help but sit and savour.
Time-Tested and True Today
Completed in the summer of 1979, the original Harbour Inn and Resort Club, was Canada's first, and Ontario's most successful, timeshare ownership resort. Boasting private beach, canal cruising and indoor pool, the Inn of yesteryear is remembered as the only covered, year-round, heated tennis court in the region and oh, what fun it was!
Today’s Pier One remains the centre of community connection while offering family-friendly accommodation and vacation-your-way amenities.
From beachy sunbathing to city cycling, dockside dining, water biking, kayaking, lake and ice-fishing plus a mix of adult and family friendly events, Pier One is remarkably Ramara.
Lagoon City Pier One Resort
Get Pampered, Stay & Play or Glamp Your Camp.
Each of our Rooms, Resorts and RV Parks offers a singular experience authentically delivered with our welcoming brand. Ramara Rocks Your Stay.