Pioneer Point Cottage and RV Resort

Overlooking Buckhorn Lake, Pioneer Point is abundant with lakes and full of outdoor activities. The breathtaking views and outstanding service make this a destination you will feel proud to call your home away from home.


Pioneer Point, where water is the main attraction, discover another point in paradise in the heart of the Kawarthas.

Situated on the east shore of scenic Buckhorn Lake and part of the Trent-Severn Waterway, Pioneer Point offers a variety of modern full service sites to meet all your vacation needs from May to October.

If you love to swim, boat, water ski, fish or simply relax on a beach, Pioneer Point is the place to be. Nestled in the heart of the Kawartha Lakes, you won’t have to go far to enjoy the water. Our docks and boat launch provide the perfect opportunity to explore the Trent-Severn Waterway.

When it’s time to step onto dry land, you can enjoy some time at the beach, the community recreation hall, outdoor pavilion, tennis courts, sports fields or the 9-hole chipping course. Want to take a break from the kitchen? Enjoy a meal overlooking the lake or take home a family meal prepared at our onsite café.

Your cottage resort is conveniently located 10 minutes from Buckhorn and 15 minutes from Lakefield with access to essential services, shopping, and great local attractions. There is truly something for everyone at this unsurpassed resort!

We would love to show you the beautiful lake views that await you at our resort cottages. Book a tour today so we can welcome you to Pioneer Point.

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Own a Park Model Cottage


Our Park Model Cottages offer incredible living features such as large floor plans suitable for any size family. With open concept designs, multiple bedrooms, fully furnished interior, large premium kitchens, full bathrooms and so much more, there are many reasons why families enjoy their cottage weekend after weekend, year after year.






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