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2016 guide


The District of Muskoka
Muskoka stretches from the vast wilderness of Algonquin Park in the east to the rugged windswept shores of the Georgian Bay Islands in the west. Muskoka is comprised of the following municipalities: Town of Bracebridge, Township of Georgian Bay, Town of Gravenhurst, Town of Huntsville, Township of Lake of Bays and the Township of Muskoka Lakes. Each offer a unique experience with an abundance of activities, attractions, outdoor adventures and accommodations, so be sure to see the entire region during your stay!

For more information contact The District of Muskoka:
Phone: (705) 645-2231 or within 705 area code 1-800-461-4210
Website: www.muskoka.on.ca

Town of Bracebridge
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. Bracebridge is blessed with 22 waterfalls which can easily be found along the roads and trails of this vibrant town. ....read more

For more information contact the Town of Bracebridge:
Phone: (705) 645-5264
Website: www.bracebridge.ca

Township of Georgian Bay
Perhaps Muskoka’s most rugged and wildly beautiful area, Georgian Bay Township is a striking wilderness environment that’s also rich in human history. The famous Group of Seven artists often took their inspiration from Georgian Bay’s harsh, bare shoreline and windswept islands. Now you too can be touched by this township’s dramatic scenery....read more

For more information contact the Township of Georgian Bay:
Phone: (705) 538-2337
Website: www.township.georgianbay.on.ca

Town of Gravenhurst
Known as the first town in Muskoka, Gravenhurst is a four-season destination community, Gravenhurst has a little of everything for the outdoor adventure enthusiast. Explore hiking trails, nature preserves and inter-locking lagoons. The area is famous for awe-inspiring autumn colour-viewing tours, and for its 400-plus kms of professionally groomed snowmobile trails. Gravenhurst has a wide range of accommodations that will make your trip memorable. There are five-star resorts overlooking Lake Muskoka; peaceful lakeside cabins and campsites; and charming town and country bed and breakfast homes....read more

For more information contact the Town of Gravenhurst:
Phone: (705) 687-3412
Website: www.gravenhurst.ca

Town of Hunstville
Huntsville is a popular four season family vacationland in the heart of Muskoka's cottage country. An easy two-hour drive north from Toronto up 4-lane Hwy 400/11, it's a recreation paradise at nature's best. With a population of approximately 18,000, it is the largest and fastest growing municipality in the District of Muskoka....read more

For more information contact the Town of Huntsville:
Phone: (705) 789-1751
Website: www.huntsville.ca

Township of Lake of Bays

Located in the northeast corner of Muskoka, the Township of Lake of Bays is east of Huntsville and west of Algonquin Park. Comprised of three communities; Dorset, Dwight and Baysville and home to Lake of Bays, the second largest lake in Muskoka with over 550 kilometers of panoramic shoreline....read more

For information contact the Township of Lake of Bays:
Phone: (705) 635-2272
Website: www.lakeofbays.on.ca

Township of Muskoka Lakes
With its endless blue lakes, countless islands and stretches of sandy beaches - Muskoka Lakes is the perfect setting for a pleasurable escape. It’s three big lakes - Joseph, Rosseau and Muskoka - and their several lakeside communities are a perennial playground for tourists, cottagers and year-round residents....read more

For information contact the Township of Muskoka Lakes:
Phone: (705) 765-3156
Website: www.muskokalakes.ca

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