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Ragged Falls

One of the top 10 waterfalls in Ontario!

Arrowhead Provincial Park, RR# 3 Huntsville, PIH 2J4
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Port Sydney Falls

A great spot for a picnic located above Indian Landing Park.

Falls View Road, Port Sydney ON
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Stubb’s Falls

In Arrowhead Provincial Park, accessed by hiking trail.

Arrowhead Provincial Park
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Oxtounge Rapid Park

This is one of the beautiful spots in Muskoka to relax and enjoy.

Oxtongue Rapids Park Rd, Dwight, ON
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White Falls

Where Six Mile Lake flows into Gloucester Pool.

White's Falls Rd, Port Severn, ON
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Rosseau Falls

Rosseau River, Hwy 141 between Rosseau and Bent River

Rosseau Lake Road 3
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Dee Bank Falls

Along the Skeleton River, 3km east of Windermere Village.

1026 N Shore Rd, Utterson, ON P0B 1M0
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Bala Falls

Dramatic falls cutting through the centre of town.

 

Bala Falls Road
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Wilson’s Falls

North of Bracebridge on River Rd. Surrounded by walking trails.

461 Wilsons Falls Rd, Bracebridge, ON
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Trethewey Falls

Threthewey’s falls are located to the east of Muskoka Falls. These falls are more like a rapid than a fall, but are still worth a visit.

Tretheweys Falls Road, Bracebridge, ON
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Muskoka Falls

This brilliant waterfall is carved into a large gorge, showing the eroding power of the falls over thousands of years.

Morrow Drive, Bracebridge
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McCutcheon’s Falls

In the village of Vankoughnet, off Hwy 118 East, follow Vankoughnut Road.

Vankoughnut Road
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Matthias Falls

Highway 118 East to Hawn Road, stay left.

Hawn Road and River Road, Bracebridge

High Falls

Off Hwy. 11, 5km north of Bracebridge. Highest falls in the District.

 

High Falls Park, Bracebridge, Ontario P0P 1N0
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Bracebridge Falls

Bracebridge Bay, in the heart of Bracebridge, above Warf’s Road Bay Park and Kelvin Grove Park.

 

Downtown Bracebridge
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Torrance Barrens Dark-Sky Preserve

Designated as the world’s first permanent Dark Sky Reserve. The 4,700-acres of Crown land is bedrock and wetlands, with trees and bushes that are stunted in height. For star-gazers this means a spectacular 360 degree view of the night sky.

Southwood Road, Gravenhurst, ON
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Aspen Valley Wildlife Sanctuary

A 460 acre sanctuary of natural habitat. Our primary mandate is to rehabilitate animals who find their way to us so that they can eventually be returned to their natural habitat.

1116 Crawford St, Rosseau, ON P0C 1J0
(705) 732-6368 | Visit Website

Gibson River Provincial Park

The rolling, granite terrain features areas of stunted forest, exposed bedrock, wetlands, and low-lying, productive forest.

Six Mile Lake Provincial Park 2024 Joe Kings Road Port Severn L0K 1S0
(705) 756-2746 | Visit Website

Arrowhead Provincial Park

Large, treed and private campsites in the heart of Muskoka. Three sand beaches on Arrowhead Lake with quiet motorboat-free lakes and 15 km of hiking trails; including a trail leading to a waterfall.

451 Arrowhead Park Rd. Huntsville P1H 2J4
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Limberlost Forest & Wildlife Res.

A peaceful, year-round wilderness haven with twenty private lakes and more than 10,000 unspoiled acres of mixed forest.

Lake Dr, Huntsville, ON P1H
(705) 635-1584 | Visit Website

Algonquin Provincial Park

Camp, hike or canoe through one of Canada’s oldest Provincial Parks.

Hwy 60, P.O. Box 219 Whitney K0J 2M0
(705) 633-5572 | Visit Website

The Tree Museum

An Outdoor Art Gallery of Site Specific Installations, the Tree Museum is an amazing blend of nature and art.
Open from May 1st to October 31st

1652 Doe Lake Rd, Gravenhurst, ON P1P 1R3
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Kashe Lake Barrens

Kahshe Lake Barrens Conservation Reserve covers over 3,200 hectares of land along the south shores of Kahshe Lake.

Muskoka Tourism Travel Information Centre, Highway 11 North, Gravenhurst
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Hardy Lake Provincial Park

There are no facilities at this Park, but there is a parking lot and hiking trails. This is a non-operating park, and as such biking, motorized vehicles and camping are not permitted.

Highway 169, Torrance, ON P0C 1M0
(705) 765-3156 | Visit Website

High Falls Park

This sandy beach is surrounded by old growth forest with direct access to the Trans Canada Trail system. Town-owned public park has bathroom facilities, RV parking, and picnic tables.

High Falls Park, Bracebridge, ON P0P 1N0
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The Bracebridge Resource Management Centre Reserve

Picnic tables, public washrooms, covered shelter, hiking trails, cross country and snowshoe trails.

5140 Highway 11 North

The Port Carling Wall

A photo-mosaic of the Sagamo locking through at the Port Carling in the 1920’s, made up of the thousands of photos donated by local residents.

2-7 James Bartleman Way, Port Carling, ON P0B 1J0
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Bethune House

Commemorating the life and achievements of Dr. Henry Norman Bethune; one of Canada’s most world-famour heroes.

297 John St N, Gravenhurst, ON P1P 1G4
(705) 687-4261 | Visit Website

Bracebridge Falls Power Generating Plant

The first municipality in Canada to generate electricity utilizing water, dating back to 1894. Free tours to members of the public

Bracebridge, ON

Group of Seven Outdoor Gallery

A celebration of the Group of Seven and Tom Thomson’s contribution to the heritage of Huntsville and the area around Algonquin.

Huntsville, ON
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Huckleberry Rock Cut

One of Ontario’s largest rock cuts on a curve.

Milford Bay on Hwy 118, East.
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Lion’s Lookout

A beautiful area to see breath taking views of Huntsville and Fairy Lake.

Lookout Rd, Huntsville, ON P1H 1R1
(705) 789-1751

Dyers Memorial

A man’s monument to his wife. This beautiful monument is surrounded by a 10 acre botanical garden.

Dyer Memorial Rd, Huntsville, ON P1H 2J4
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Dorset Fire Tower

A 30 metre steel tower on top of a 150 metre hill provides a spectacular view of Dorset.

1191 Dorset Scenic Tower Rd, Dwight, ON P0A 1H0
(705) 766-1032 | Visit Website

Winter & Summer Getaways


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Most of our members offer seasonal packages to make your stay in Muskoka extra special, fun or cost effective. When booking, make sure to ask about any current or available packages that may be of interest.