About The Lodge

Victoria Park Lodge

Victoria Park Lodge began in February 2016 with a mission to provide its tenants with comfortable, clean, budget-friendly studio apartments. The Lodge is a unique alternative to larger hotels and is perfect for out-of-town contractors. The apartments are available by the week or month in a convenient location in downtown Kincardine, Ontario. Kincardine is a beautiful lakeside town located 200km from Toronto and 20 km from Bruce Power. You can relax on the front veranda or barbecue a burger on the large terrace facing Victoria Park and Lake Huron.

Each of our studio apartments offers a kitchenette complete with basic cooking and dining supplies. The units include weekly housekeeping with all towels and bed linens provided. We include free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TV with premium cable, a fitness room and an on-site laundry facility.

Kincardine is a great place to eat, shop and do. Check out http://www.sunsets.com/kincardine/ for a directory of restaurants and shops as well as upcoming events and activities.

Victoria Park Lodge hosts 27 studio apartments, each with a private bathroom.

A Heritage Building

The original structure at Victoria Park Lodge was built around 1896 in the Queen Anne revival style of brick with sandstone detailing and wood embellishments. The lot originally extended to the east and was the scene for summer lawn bowling. The building retains its original porch and vertical slate roof. The building is very similar to its neighbour to the north (built in 1892) including the use of slate roofing and tall chimneys for fireplaces. An extensive addition was made to the rear of the building in early 1970’s and the property was used as a retirement residence for many years.

Heritage Kincardine has produced a Walking Tour for the Town of Kincardine. Guides highlight the various Walking Tours throughout the community, including businesses and homes, on six different routes. Guides are available for pick up at the Kincardine Tourism office and various businesses throughout the downtown core. Visit http://kincardine.net/kincardineheritage.cfm for more information.