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Pleasant Cove Resort - Point au Baril



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Pleasant Cove Resort is a popular snowmobiling operation near Point Au Baril, Ontario, in OFSC District 10, where the “trail boss” is Bruce Bishop.  Known as “snowmobilers hosting snowmobilers”, the Bishop family provides a premium cottage resort experience on the shore of Georgian Bay, with a choice of deluxe and ultra deluxe housekeeping chalets that boast all the comforts of home. Other services and amenities are readily available in nearby Pointe au Baril.

What’s more, there’s no better person than avid rider Bruce Bishop to provide advice and guidance on where to ride and what to see in the region – he’ll even take you ice fishing!  To the north, be sure to check out the incredible Pickerel and French River bridges on the Ontario snowmobile trail TOP C to Sudbury, while southward, you can tour around Parry Sound and loop east to Dunchurch and Ardbeg on snowmobile trails in Ontario. There are plenty of TOP and club snowmobile trails to ride and Bruce knows them all – and the best snowmobile conditions too! Afterwards, you can share your ride adventure stories while luxuriating in the Pleasant Cove outdoor hot tub!

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