Archive for April, 2010

   Apr 30


HISTORY In 1941 a man named Gerry Patrick Dunn developed and designed the most striving dance pavilion known in Ontario’s cottage country. In 1942 the doors opened as ‘Dunn’s Pavilion‘ where many were attracted to the idea; wearing their finest dress’s and nicest ties; making the pavilion a major success 6 days a week. Famous […]

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   Apr 29

Muskoka Woods

The Christian Youth Resort welcomes all young children to have a life changing experience at a young age. All camp visitors choose from sport or water activities, media and arts, leadership or team building programs during the time of their stay. Muskoka Woods is an all seasoned resort as a non-profit organization that is located […]

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   Apr 28


Jeff Suddaby Jeff Suddaby has been the owner & chef at 3 Guys and a Stove for the past nine years, the host on a television show Who’s Coming For Dinner which is at its 5th season, a host for a radio show From My Kitchen To Yours and the author of Who’s Coming For […]

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   Apr 27

Muskoka Wildlife Centre

ABOUT The Muskoka Wildlife Centre is an interactive learning park, not a zoo. It is simply for families & interest groups to learn and explore more about Ontario’s wildlife. Muskoka Wildlife Centre is 100 acres of landscapes and exhibits of our natural world located in Severn Bridge; 20 minutes North of Orillia, Ontario. Most of […]

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   Apr 23

Santa’s Village & Sportsland

SANTA’S VILLAGE In 1955 a group of local citizens thought Santa would like to have a summer cottage of his own and so Santa’s Village had been created. Santa liked the idea that he got his elves to build not just a cottage, but a village for everyone to enjoy during the summer time in […]

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   Apr 22

Muskoka Lakes Music Festival

In 1996 The Muskoka Lakes Music Festival (MLMF) was developed into a charitable organization and its mission stated from the website was– “enrich the cultural fabric of the community by providing leadership in arts education and quality musical entertainment.” The MLMF hosts 8-10 concerts of different music genres at Muskoka lakes through the months of […]

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   Apr 21

Dorset Scenic Lookout Tower

ALL In 1922 the first considered ‘Dorset Tower‘ was constructed to help stands of Timber from a forest fire, which is still on site today. In the 1960’s the government realized they had no purpose for the tower, but gradually started to see many tourists and residence appeal to the tower. On September 14th, 1967 […]

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   Apr 20

Muskoka Party Rentals

Since 2003 Kim Rixon, founder of Muskoka Party Rentals has been helping people in the Muskoka cottage country area to have successful gathering all year round. Nothing is to big or to small for Muskoka Party Rentals; they can have up to 450 people to 8 people for a small dinner. The expanding of the […]

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   Apr 19


ABOUT The Muskoka Cottage Brewery that makes the finest hand-crafted  beer; opened in 1996 by Kirk Evans and Gary McMullen. Located in the heart of Muskoka, 13Taylor Rd, Bracebridge Ontario; the Muskoka Cottage Brewery has the values of respect and honest relationships with any customer and business partners in Muskoka. THREE BELIEFS Freshness– The Muskoka […]

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   Apr 19

Robinson’s General Store

THE BEGINNING Since 1921 Robinson’s General Store has been operated by the same family which is located right in Dorset, Ontario on Main St. # 1061 right near the bridge. For anyone who passes along Haliburton or Huntsville area; the Robinson’s General Store is a “must see” attraction. At the beginning the store was only […]

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