Bayview Bliss Cabins is a recreational property nestled between Lake Erie and Rondeau Bay, steps from the village of Erieau. We offer cabins, cottages and rustic cabins for vacationers, boaters, fishing enthusiasts, and nature lovers. The cabins and cottages surround a grassy boulevard lined with picnic tables for dining and socializing with other guests.

Lake Erie view from the property. The Erieau lighthouse in the distance.
Lake Erie view from the property
Watch the sunset over Lake Erie

Designed with fun and relaxing in mind, Bayview Bliss Cabins is an ideal location for enjoying the water. We provide motor boat and canoe rentals for guests, as well as dockage for guests who bring their own boats. We are very popular with fishing enthusiasts who have caught a host of trophy fish in our waters. We have a fish cleaning station – The Fish Hut – located on our property and are happy to supply freezer facilities for guests to freeze their fish to take home.

Our cabins and cottages are self-catering and fully stocked with the kitchen items needed to cook your own meal. There are various BBQs on site for your use and a large fire pit beside the bay for evening bonfires and star-gazing. We also have a look-out deck for guests to lounge and enjoy the natural beauty of the Bay and all the wildlife that surrounds us.

Look-out deck over the Bay
The row of Cottages with Rustic Cabins at the end
The firepit
Bayview Bliss Cabins grounds

Bayview Bliss Cabins is located just outside the village of Erieau, where visitors can visit the public beach or dine at one of the great restaurants. Just a short drive away are two world-class golf courses. Our area is also known for its wealth of antiques, wineries and historical sites including Uncle Tom’s Cabin, the original end of the Underground Railroad that American slaves used on their road to freedom.

In Erieau Village

Biking & Hiking


•   St. Ann of the Lakes Catholic Church, 17643 Erieau Road

•   St. Paul’s Anglican Church, 800 Ross Lane


Bayside Brewing Company & BrewPub   519-676-8888
970 Ross Lane

Molly and OJ’s, The Sandbar Pub & Lakeside Cabin Rentals   519.676.8812
875 Mariner’s Road

The Galley Grill Pub   519.676.4469
1005 Vidler Ave.


The Gift Cabin, 830 Ross Lane

Erieau Marina, Liquor Store (LCBO)   519.676.4511
1515 Kerr Avenue

Eau Buoy Variety Store   519.676.8266
1005 Vidler Ave.

Erieau Antiques and Collectables   519.676.1669
889 Mariners Rd.

Close By


Willow Ridge Golf & Country Club   519.676.8772
439 Chatham St. S., Blenheim

Deer Run Golf Course   519.676.1566
19605 Bloomfield Road, Blenheim


Fresh & Local

Pardo’s Berrie Farm   519.676.2008
7951 Talbot Trail, Blenheim
Pick your own, retail, wholesale fruit & vegetable farm. Strawberries, Raspberries, Blueberries, Black Raspberries, Peaches, Green & Yellow Beans.

Fresh from the Net   519-676-1169 cell 519-437-7465
8905 Talbot Trail, Blenheim
Fresh Lake Erie perch & pickerel. All year: frozen trout, bass, white fish, cat fish, shrimp, perch, pickerel, homemade pies & tarts. When available: smelt, frog legs, pheasant, & quail.

Buis Beef  519-352-5789 or 519-436-0701
7792 Seventh Line, East (Bloomfield Rd. at 401), Chatham
On farm beef store selling homegrown, premium beef (Natural grain-fed, no hormones or antibiotics).

Early Acres Estate Winery   519-352-4111
9494 Pioneer Line, Chatham

Giffin’s Maple Products   519-676-3448
18862 Communication Rd., Blenheim
Products including maple syrup, maple candy, maple butter, maple jelly & maple stirred sugar.

Gladstone Farms   519-676-5984
428 Chatham St. S. Blenheim
Sweet potatoes

Golden Acres Peach Company   519-676-4245
18895 Fargo Rd., Blenheim

Greatview Orchards & Farm Market   519-676-5493
8677 Talbot Trail, Blenheim
Unique Farm Market featuring quality home-grown, fresh fruits & vegetables, in season, honey, syrups, bread, home-baking and so much more.

Kerr Farm Market   519-352-3479
115 Indian Creek Rd. East, Chatham
Delicious, nutrient-dense, fresh, certified organic asparagus.

Mad Swiss Farms   519-437-0258 or 519-437-9072
13340 Green Line Rd., Ridgetown
Premium organic meat at a local price.

Manitree Fruit Farms   519-676-5428
8445 Talbot Trail, Blenheim
Apples, cantaloupe, peaches, pears, plums, pumpkins, strawberries, sweet & sour cherries, Spanish onions, squash, sweet corn, & tomatoes.

Peeters Mushroom Farm   519-351-1945
8267 Middle Line Rd., Charing Cross

Platinum Produce   519-676-1772
21037 Communication Rd., Blenheim 

Roesch Meats and More   519-351-7711
10910 Northwood Line, Kent Bridge

Delhaven Orchards   519-676-4475
8182 Talbot Trail W., Blenheim
Farm Market, cider operation, fresh fruit in season. Apples, cider, pitted cherries all year.

Site Seeing

  • Buxton National Historic Site & Museum, 21975 A.D. Shadd Road,
    North Buxton, 519.352.4799
    The Buxton National Historic Site and Museum is a tribute to the Elgin Settlement, established in 1849 by Rev. William King and an association which included Lord Elgin, then the Governor General of Canada. King, a former slave owner turned abolitionist, purchased 9,000 acres of crown land in Southwestern Ontario and created a haven for fugitive slaves and free Blacks. King brought 15 of his former slaves with him where they could live a free life. The Elgin settlement was divided into 50-acre (200,000 m2) lots. These sold for $2.50/acre, with six percent interest, and could be paid over the course of ten years. For many fugitive slaves, the Buxton settlement was the final stop on the Underground Railroad from the United States. Opened in 1967, the museum complex includes the main building with exhibits about the community and its history, an 1861 schoolhouse, an 1854 log cabin, and a barn. Local historic church cemeteries are adjacent to the museum
  • Uncle Tom’s Cabin, 29251 Uncle Toms Rd,
    Dresden,  519.683.2978
    Uncle Tom’s Cabin Historic Site commemorates the life of Rev. Josiah Henson (1796-1883). Recognized for his contributions to the abolition movement and his work in the Underground Railroad, Henson rose to international fame after Harriet Beecher Stowe acknowledged his memoirs as a source for her anti-slavery novel, Uncle Tom’s Cabin. Henson’s dramatic experiences in slavery and his abolitionist work in Canada helped make him renowned throughout the world.
  • Rondeau Provincial Park, R.R. #1
    Morpeth, Visitor Centre 519.674.1768
    Nestled deep within the heart of Carolinian Canada, lies Ontario’s second oldest Provincial Park: Rondeau! Formed in 1894, Rondeau Provincial Park remains one of the crown jewels of the Ontario Parks system and is home to many southern species that can be found nowhere else in Canada. Come out and explore all that Rondeau has to offer!
  • Greenview Aviaries, 12734 Talbot Trail,
    Morpeth, 519.674.3025
    If you love animals take the family to Greenview Aviaries. Featuring domestic and exotic animals – tigers, lions, jaguars, cougars, zebras, eland, donkeys, wolves and many more.