Muskoka Tourism

Muskoka Tourism
   

Muskoka is Ontario’s Favourite Year-Round Vacation Destinations.  2,500 square miles of towering pines, sparkling lakes and rivers, endless recreational activities, diversified culture and genuine friendly service, Muskoka will have you under its spell on your first visit!

Just a 90-minute drive north of Canada’s business capital and Toronto’s Pearson International, Airport, you will reach the gateways to Muskoka, Highway 11 North at Severn Bridge and Highway 400 North at Port Severn.  Immediately you will feel the magic of the region; pink granite rock of the Canadian Shield will surround you, the roar of our many picturesque waterfalls and the charming beauty of our towns and villages will enliven your spirit and imagination.

Stretching from the vast wilderness of Algonquin Park in the east to the rugged windswept shores of the Georgian Bay in the west, the District of Muskoka includes the treasured towns of Gravenhurst, Bracebridge and Huntsville and the townships of Georgian Bay, Lake of Bays and Muskoka Lakes.  Each offers a unique experience with an abundance of activities, attractions, outdoor adventures and accommodations, so be sure to see the entire region during your stay!
Enjoy the four seasons of fun including the scenic driving tours, farming lands, fishing, parks and picnic areas, boat launches, trails, waterfalls, art and culture, golfing, horseback riding and much more!

Click here for more information on all of the great things to do and see in Muskoka!