Thank-you for submitting your Application for renting the cottage at Black's Bay.  Here's some additional info you'll need.

Table of Contents

Rental Forms
Overview of BBLs rental policy

How to make Application to Rent BBays Cottage
Fast Applications
Mailing Address

Rental Forms

  1. Rental Policy    Policy_A02.PDF

  2. Waiver & Indemnification Agreement   WaiverA18.pdf


How to make Application to Rent BBay's Cottage

  1. Send reservation deposit fee ($500) to Black's Bay by one of the following 3 options:

    •  Write a cheque for the deposit.  Make the cheque payable to Glenn Black.  Send your cheque in with your paperwork.  Be sure to allow sufficient time for the mail to deliver, and for BBay to process (normally 1 to 2 weeks).
    • Pay by Paypal over the Web instantly (from your credit card, Debit Card, or bank account)


      $ Enter the amount of money that you want to send to BBay via PayPal,
      Amount is in Canadian Dollars $
      Amount is in US dollars $

    • Make a direct deposit to Black's Bay bank account.  Click here to contact us and we will send you the required banking information

  3. Put application, waiver & cheque in envelope.  Mail it to Black's Bay Lodge (address below on this page)
  4. When BBay receives it, we will review your application & give you an answer the same day we receive it.
  5. After you are approved, we will colour in the dates of your confirmed rental as red (ie. "booked") on the BBay rental calendar .  A date coloured in red means someone is already booked to sleep there on that evening (ie. if Aug. 16 is red, it means somebody is booked to have the cottage from 2:00 PM on Aug. 16 until 11:00 AM on Aug. 17).  Our weekly rentals normally go from 2:00 PM on Saturday until 11:00 AM on the following Saturday.

Mailing Address

Please send completed forms and cheques at:

Mr. Glenn Black
576 Firehall Rd.   P.O. Box 101
Providence Bay,  ON   P0P 1T0

Phone:    (705)-377-4039

e-mail:    Mail to

Example Rental Fee Calculation

Comparison of BBay's rates to rental rates in Ontario

Original: January 28, 2003