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Hyatt House

Built in 1869 by James MacDonald Hyatt (1831 - 1919) the original house was built of imported brick, The yellow stucco was a later addition. The house became the Lakeview Lodge, or Gray House , and was popular with visitors throughout much of the twentieth century. The main building could accomodate twenty guests, with six housekeeping cottages being a later addition. Bought by the Ministry of Natural Resources in 1972, it was used for some years as a residence for Park student employees.

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