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Algonquin Park Attractions
Bethune Memorial House:
Birthplace of Dr. Norman Bethune, A Canadian medical doctor who made
significant contributions to medical science in Canada, Spain and
China, is restored to 1890. 235 John Street N. Gravenhurst, Ontario
P1P 1G4 (705) 687-4261
Bracebridge Highland Games:
Come and experience a bit of the highlands here in the heart of Muskoka.
This year the event will be held on Friday August 15th, 2014 and Saturday August 16th, 2014
at J.D. Lang Activity Park. Filled with heavy events, a dance competition, pipe
bands, clans, vendors, entertainment and more! Scot or not, come and enjoy
the Bracebridge Highland Games!
Live Entertainment in Muskoka - Huntsville ON - Deerhurst Resort Concert, call 1-800-461-4393
Carnival offers 3 days of fun for the whole family.
3rd weekend in February, Main St. Dorset (705) 766-9968
Echo Valley Nature & Bike Trails
Echo Valley Nature & Bike Trails
Echo Hills Road (access off of Hwy 60), Dwight, ON
Whether you are looking for wildlife, planning a short hike, a fast paced mountain bike trail ride, or a scenic snowshoe excursion, it is our hope you will find everything you are looking for in the Echo Valley Nature & Bike trails. There are a total of over 3.5 km of trails consisting of the main trunk line and 14 smaller trails with varying degrees of difficulty. A scenic observation deck and 3 on-site kiosks are available to enhance the learning experience. A trail map can be viewed on the web-site.
Gravenhurst Opera House and Arts Centre:
351 seat theatre, wheelchair access, air conditioned, live shows
available from Canadian stars of comedy, music, guest speakers,
private first run movies, Second City improv seminars, event planning
and promotion. 295 Muskoka Rd South, Gravenhurst 1-888-495-8888 or
Gravenhurst Swap & Play
A FREE fun morning of entertainment for kids while parents shop & swap baby, kid and maternity gear.
Always the First Saturday in May
~ May 7, 2016 ~
Gravenhurst Public School.
Huntsville Festival of the Arts:
A year-round celebration of the performing arts in Huntsville. Increased summer programming featuring Canadian and International artists performing contemporary, classical, comedy, country, blues, and so much more, in Huntsville's beautiful Algonquin Theatre. Catch the Huntsville Jazz Festival the first week of August. Box Office 705-789-4975; Info 1-800-663-2787 or (705) 788-2787
The Kee to Bala:
Muskoka's best-known Entertainment Pavilion in the heart of downtown
Bala on Lake Muskoka. Hosting the best in today's big name music
entertainers and musical groups. (705) 762-3134.
Situated in picturesque Bracebridge, the 300 passenger Lady Muskoka offers
an incredible sightseeing opportunity you're sure to remember. 705-646-2628
Muskoka Heritage Place:
Working steam train and pioneer village with costumed
narrators and daily activities for the entire family.
Lakes Music Festival:
July and August throughout Muskoka.
Muskoka Lakes Museum:
Features the unique boat-building heritage of the area, from rowing
skiffs to launches. Pioneer settlers home, outboard motors, early
cottage life and Victoriana. (705) 765-5367
Village & Sportsland:
Where it is like Christmas all year round. Here you will experience
your favorite rides, games, shows and attractions, all set on
spectacular Lake Muskoka. We offer 50 Acres of Family FUN! Bracebridge
SS Bigwin/Lake of Bays Marine Museum:
SS Bigwin/Lake of Bays Marine Museum
1090 Main Street, Dorset, ON.
Sail across the smooth waters of beautiful Lake of Bays aboard the historical SS Bigwin! We offer regularly scheduled one-hour public cruises starting in June through to October. Departing from its dock in Dorset Ontario and cruising down majestic Trading Bay with its tall pines and towering cliffs, you'll love seeing beautiful Lake of Bays as the world’s elite did in the early 1900's. Be sure to bring a camera to capture the splendour. Arrive early so you can tour our Marine Museum and get checked in! Contact us for more info: 1-844-4-BIGWIN.
Cruise aboard our restored 1920's, 12 passenger yacht IDYLLWOOD ideal venue for birthdays, weddings, anniversaries, and more. IDYLLWOOD will be operational for Charters and Group bookings, and new this season picnic cruises. PEERLESS II our restored historic supply boat offers public sightseeing, lunch and sunset dinner cruises as well as private charters up to 45 passengers. Interested in seeing different parts of the lake not normally seen on larger ships? We can take you there to enjoy spectacular views of Muskoka. Operating late May till mid October.
The Heart of Muskoka:
Art in the Heart is gearing up for its FIFTH great season. A number of changes have been made to the program this year. Of particular note is that fact that the art market will appear on Saturdays only this summer. To offset the fewer days that artists will appear on the streets of downtown Bracebridge is the fact that Saturdays will be from 9:00am until 7:00 pm.
contact Jill Harris, Town of Bracebridge, 705-645-5264 Ext. 227
Island Cruise Lines:
The Real Muskoka
Sail aboard R.M.S. Segwun and Wenonah II on beautiful Lake Muskoka. Sailing season: June through October.
Visit the Muskoka Boat and Heritage Centre – Explore our rich history of steamships, wooden boats, and grand hotels that helped define Muskoka.
Canada's largest sightseeing Cruise Ship in Parry Sound, Ontario.
Muskoka Attractions: The Land of Lakes
The Muskoka enchantment lives on. The magic charm of Muskoka leaves people spellbound. The lakes enthral, the rivers captivate and Muskoka simply fascinates. The land of lakes is 1 ˝ hours away north of Toronto, Canada. The vast district of 2,500 square miles is bounded on the West by craggy Georgian Bay, the way to the Great Lakes and the Ocean. The densely inhabited area is the Muskoka Lakes Township surrounded by its gems of a lake, namely Lake Muskoka, Lake Joseph, and Lake Rosseau. The first of Muskoka attractions are the lakes which have been home to lavish summer estate owners from the United States. Today artists, musicians and craftsmen and a host of permanent residents have decided to leave the hustle bustle of city life to enjoy the developed wilds environment of Muskoka.
As Muskoka’s character as a remedy for urban living increased, so did the magnitude and
splendour of the resort hotels. Recently the area has become a hive of tourists of different persuasion, race and denomination. Muskoka attracts. The Bala Cranberry Festival celebrates the folklore while relishing the tastes of the harvest. A Muskoka attraction is the Muskoka Wildlife Centre where a conglomeration of peoples, groups and organizations enjoy walking around, seeing the sights and discovering the marvel of our natural world. A unique wildlife center, not your regular zoo, on the contrary an interactive learning park.
In the year 2007, the Muskoka Music Festival will present the celebrated Canadian “Six String Nation” guitar. This was built by Canadian makers of stringed instruments, with the use of 60 historical relics all over Canada. At the same time, the Flavors of Muskoka continues to show “Amazing Grace” which is another great presentation from the Muskoka Music Festival. Another of Muskoka’s major landmarks is the core of cultural activities, the Gravenhurst Opera House. It is here where several distinguished musical and theatrical performances for the past 100 years were held. The cruise ship Lady Muskoka is another of Muskoka attractions claiming that it is the only way to enjoy the Muskoka tradition. This is the largest capacity cruise ship situated in the heart of Muskoka.
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