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Imagine you are sitting on a dock on a crystal clear summer night,the water as flat as glass,the dark surface mirroring the sky, the stars shining brightly above,a falling star tracing a path across the heavens. Unfortunately,this precious part of our heritage in cottage country is often obscured by the glare from a distant source of light across the water or by light trespass from a nearby property. More info...
Bracebridge offers tourists and cottagers attractions and events year round including the world famous Santa's Village, Festival of the Falls, numerous arts and craft shows, the Silver Bridge, the Hydro Generating Station, quaint downtown shopping, biking, hiking and walking trails, great parks, boating, fishing and peace and relaxation.
Gravenhurst Muskoka [ Site | Search ]
Gateway to the Muskoka Lakes, Gravenhurst is located 168 kms north of Toronto, Canada. A town rich in tradition and natural beauty, Gravenhurst is the cultural heart of Muskoka and home to the Steamship Segwun since 1887.
The restored 1901 Opera House hosts outstanding theatre all summer long, and other events the year round. Gravenhurst is the birthplace of Dr. Norman Bethune, remembered as a field surgeon and medical educator in China. Restored to its 1890 appearance, Bethune Memorial House is open year round.
Huntsville Ontario [Site | Search ]
Huntsville is the largest municipality in the District of Muskoka,
with a population of over 18,000. Huntsville is located near the Algonquin Provincial
Park, making it a natural stop on the way to your trail or camping expedition
into the park.
Port Carling Muskoka [ Site | Search ]
Port Carling is always buzzing with endless activities. The town's famous locks, linking Lakes Muskoka and Rosseau, produce a daily parade of motor boats as pleasure craft, construction barges and cruisers lock through. The town has a prominent position in the boat building history, and this heritage is proudly displayed at the Muskoka Lakes Museum.
Bala Ontario [ Site | Search ]
The wide open sky, the clean relaxing waters, the rugged landscape, all waiting for your arrival. Bala is built around the junction of Lake Muskoka and the Moon River; with the wilds of nature on our doorstep and recreational activities all around, Bala will comfortably remove you from the hectic pace of everyday life.
Bala, Milford Bay, Torrance, Rosseau, Port Sandfield and the Lakes' other communities offer special events and everyday activities all year long. Take the time to visit Muskoka and see for yourself. Plan to be a part of the experience.