Skeleton Lake in Muskoka is unique among Ontario lakes for its crystal clear waters and dramatic landscapes.  Formed by an ancient meteor strike and scoured by several ice ages, the lake has a rugged natural beauty that draws visitors back year after year.  

The Skeleton Lake Cottagers Organization is dedicated to the preservation and conservation of the natural beauty and abundant wildlife characteristic of the area.  

We acknowledge that the land on which we live and play is the traditional territory of the Anishinabek, Huron-Wendat and Odawa, who called this land home before we came.  The land was the centre of their lives and spirituality. We acknowledge their stewardship of this land throughout the ages.  We commit to respectful relationships with our indigenous neighbours and we accept our responsibility to walk without harm.

Limited Second Print!

Over 600 copies sold!

Second print, soft-cover version is still available to order. 

Pick up your pre-ordered books between noon and 3:00 p.m., Saturday, September 4.  Additional copies will be available for purchase.

Store is closed for the season! 

See you next year!

The Bones of Skeleton Lake history book can still be ordered.

Limited logo merchandise is available at Skeleton Lake Marina. Check it out!

The Skeleton Lake Cottagers 2020 Photo Contest Winners!

1st Prize!

Deborah Bethune

2nd Prize!

Cheryl Marshall

3rd Prize! (tie)

Sarah Reese

3rd Prize! (tie)

Julia Taggart

Check out all the 2020 Photo Contest entries and Vintage Boat Parade here...

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