Pleasantview Lodge offers a multitude of indoor, outdoor, and water activities for the whole family. While Brule is a deep lake, our beach and dock area have a gentle grade with a sandy bottom. The lake is crystal clear and provides optimal conditions for swimming and water activities.
There are many trails available to ride here in Frontenac County. The OFSC Southern Ontario - Eastern District 1 trail is a 5,000km playground with the main E Trail accessible from the Lodge driveway during the winter with a snowmobile and during the other 3 seasons on an ATV.
Leisurely rides, breathtaking scenery and wildlife with challenging terrains, hills, forest access road and well groomed trails, rolling hills and countless rivers/lakes for your viewing and shutter bug habits or your hiking and riding addictions.
Visit the links below for information and permits regarding ATVing and snowmobiling in the area.
Here are some links to help familiarize you with the trail systems available right at our front door.
There are many hunting and fishing opportunities in and around Brule Lake to satisfy your outdoor needs. Please follow the links for hunting WMU 63A or fishing Zone18 to plan your outdoor activites so that you may remain in accordance with Ontario law during your stay at the lodge.
Purchase or renew your Fishing and/or Hunting Licence online.
With Smallmouth Bass, Largemouth Bass and Lake Trout right in the lake, there is plenty of fishing to be had on the 7 km of freshwater right outside your cottage door.
Hunting opportunities abound in the area with many hectares of Crown Land available right nearby. Please use the Crown Land Use Policy Atlas to plan your Hunting trip so that you may remain safe and lawful during your expeditions out and about the area. You may also want to consider taking an online Hunter Education Course.