Milford house has received international acclaim as one of the best summer lodges in North America. ( National Geographic Traveler magazine).
Milford House For the better part of its century-old existence, Milford House was a hunting and fishing camp, thanks to its proximity to nature (preserved in the massive Tobeatic Wilderness Area). These days, the resort lures families whose idea of fun is swimming in the property’s two lakes, catching minnows with nets, and picking berries. The lodge puts on workshops by local artists. The 27 lakeshore cabins have working, hand-built fireplaces.