In the 1900s this little area, just outside of Kincardine on the shores of Lake Huron, was a destination for families from Ripley, Gorrie, Teeswater, Detroit and New York. Renowned for its sandy beaches and incredible sunsets, its natural beauty was worth the journey, which back then, was long, difficult and hot. The simple cottages built on waterfront lots offered a place to sleep, eat and somewhere to sit when it rained. Vacationers’ days were filled with swimming, golf, entertaining and relaxing in the great outdoors. Today, the cottages are much more elaborate but the families enjoy their time much the same way as the early arrivals.