On Site

Licensed Restaurant and Patio

Catering Services by our chefs

Individual fire pits for each cottage

BBQ’s available at each cabin


Paddle boats, kayak and canoes are free to use for our guests.

Fishing boats and motors are available to rent.

Children's play area

Sandy beach/Swimming


Rec center / activity center

Volleyball, Basketball and horse shoes


Golf course

Mini golf

Fishing and hunting guides - Download Fishing Guide

Bon Echo Provincial Park


Liquor Store

Beer Store

The Medical Centre


Grocery Store



Live Music

Saturday Nights 5pm - 9pm

Get our July Music Schedule

Get our August Music Schedule

Join us and enjoy Great Local Artists!

Marble Lake Lodge 613-336-0117


2019 Events at the North Frontenac Star Gazing Pad

The following events are taking place at the North Frontenac Star Gazing Pad at 5816 Road 506 between Plevna and Fernleigh. Check NorthFrontenac.com events calendar for event updates. Events begin at sunset.

May 11: (International Astronomy Day) Theme: Our Moon, its history, topography and behavior. Also last call for Mars in the evening sky this year.
June 1: Theme: Galaxies. A trek through the Virgo/Coma galaxy cluster. Also, Jupiter comes calling.
July 6: Theme: Summer and Circumpolar Constellations. Also, watch Ganymede disappear behind Jupiter from 23:03-23:14.
August 3 & 4: Theme: Jupiter and Saturn. How many of their moons can we see? Also, thin crescent Moon in the early evening features earthshine, “the Old Moon in the New Moon’s Arms”.
August 31 & September 1: Theme: Star Names and Meanings. Many star names have Arabic origins and because this weekend marks the beginning of the Islamic New Year, the topic seems appropriate. Also, the Great Red Spot on Jupiter is visible all evening on the 31st.
October 5: Theme: Return to the Moons. Our Moon 2 degrees from Saturn. The Lunar X feature is visible. Jupiter’s moon Io ducks behind its parent at 19:29, reappears darkly on the planet’s eastern limb at 21:43 (difficult) and pops out of Jupiter’s shadow at 22:54. Saturn well placed for spotting its moons.
October 26: Theme: Sisters, Half-Sisters and the Crab. The star clusters Pleiades and Hyades plus the Crab Nebula are prime attractions in the rising constellation Taurus. Also, last call for Saturn. Uranus may be visible without optical aid.

Contact Corey Klatt, Manager of Community Development for more information.
recreation@northfrontenac.ca, 613-479-2231x233

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