Lake Rosseau, located in north central Muskoka, with seemingly limitless pristine waters and 80 km of shoreline, is a cottager’s dream. With its many bays, points and islands, Lake Rosseau is ideal for all water sports, including sailing, water skiing, canoeing, swimming and fishing.
First Nations, dating back over 10,000 years, including the Anishinaabeg inhabited this area. Muskoka is named after the Anishinaabeg chief of the 1850's, Chief Yellowhead or Mesqua Ukie or Musquakie, who used the area as a hunting grounds.
Lake Rosseau has been welcoming guests since the 1860’s, when Thomas Aitken first established Windermere House, featured in this design, as a locale for hosting fishing parties.
Over the years Lake Rosseau has had many notable visitors and residents including Martin Short, Ted Rogers, Goldie Hawn, and in 1901 Woodrow Wilson, President of the United States (1913-1921), purchased 100 acres including Formosa Island on Lake Rosseau, where he enjoyed holidays with his family.
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