Tourism Bracebridge says it all on their site: “A picturesque town at the centre of Muskoka, Bracebridge sits on a hill over-looking roaring waterfalls and both branches of the Muskoka River. It’s a vital town that’s alive with activity and events to suit every interest. With 22 waterfalls, a few accessible by car, Bracebridge is a beautiful place to visit”
Known as The Gateway to Muskoka, the pretty town of Gravenhurst sits alongside Lake Muskoka and is home to many attractions, hiking and biking trails, parks, beaches, heritage locations and culinary, cultural and artistic pursuits. From a sail aboard the oldest operating steamship, the RMS Segwun, to sitting on a Wharf patio, you’ll be sure to find something to do in this attractive town.
Anchored on the rugged Canadian Shield, Huntsville is located two hours north of Toronto in beautiful “cottage country” and is the primary commercial centre for the area. Huntsville is a vibrant waterfront community of 18,000 residents boasting great shopping, restaurants, pubs, world class golf and live entertainment.
Port Carling – “Hub of the Lakes”
Located along Hwy. 118, Port Carling is centred between Bracebridge and Bala, and has access to Lake Joseph, Lake Rosseau and Lake Muskoka. Find unique shopping places; cosy restaurants and waterfront walks in this attractive village.
Comprehensive site covering the region and including up to date events and activities. Check out what’s on throughout the region; where the public beaches are located; a range of driving tours and a downloadable destination guide.
Golf Muskoka abounds with golf courses from the home Course of Mike Weir and Ontario’s #1 Golf Course at Taboo Resort, to smaller 9-hole public courses. Check out all the region’s golf courses here.
|Northern Lakes Marine has a range of boats and seadoos for rent. With free delivery to most areas and a reputation for excellent service, Northern Lakes have your boat rental needs covered.
Visit Muskoka has a list of fishing charters and tours
The Cove offers boat rentals from its location in Mactier
|No trip to Muskoka is complete without a trip to Walter Page’s Muskoka Store on Highway 11. “Rustic wooden fixtures and displays of old lamps, snowshoes and canoe paddles mix with neon-coloured waterskis and wetsuits; a full range of clothing, indoor and outdoor furniture, recreation equipment, food, and items for the home. The store also stocks popular brands of sporting equipment and clothing – including a Roots store on site – as well as toys, books on Muskoka, and just about everything else for the perfect cottage weekend.”|
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