Apr 27

The Four Seasons Of Muskoka

Muskoka is not just Ontario’s most favourite year round vacation destination, but actually the whole globe from the Pacific Ocean to the Atlantic. With 2500 square miles of exceeding pines, dazzling lakes and rivers, endless sporting activities, variegated culture and friendly customer service, Muskoka will have you by its’ chain in no time!

Not only is Muskoka a 90 minute drive from Canada’s business capital and Pearson International Airport, but when you reach Highway 11 North at Severn Bridge and Highway 400 North at Port Severn you will immediately feel the magic. Pink and purple granite rock will surround you like the Canadian Shield, the blast sounds of Muskoka’s multiple waterfalls and enhancing allure of the towns and villages will galvanize your character and imagination.

Branching from the broad wilderness of Algonquin Park East to the weathered windswept shores of the Georgian Bay Islands West, the District of Muskoka includes the jewel towns of Gravenhurst, Bracebridge and Huntsville, also the townships of Georgian Bay, Lake of Bays and Muskoka Lakes. Each remarkable land offers a unique experience with multiple activities, attractions, adventures and accommodations, so be sure you do not miss out on the entire region during your stay through Spring to Winter.

Muskoka really is a four season vacation destination; mother nature simply just changes the colours and temperatures. Where you visit during the fall, winter, spring or summer, every season offers an extraordinary vacation experience. You could be exploring one of the well maintained trails on a bike, snowmobile, skis/snowshoes or even paddling on a lake, boating or fishing on the many crystal clear lakes, or possibly pampering yourself at a spa. Take a trip to a local restaurant or read your favourite book on the famous Muskoka chairs, or maybe practicing that perfect swing at one of the championship golf courses, regardless taking a vacation in Muskoka will catch your heart and ease your soul.

Revitalization For Your Soul

During the Spring, Muskoka enlivens all senses and entices the need to get out and explore the world. Buds are blooming after it’s winter hibernation, warmer days start to erupt and are perfect for hiking, biking, fishing, canoeing and kayaking on trails, lakes and rivers. Night time is not too cold nor too warm, stars are ever so bright, why wouldn’t you want to sit back and relax on a dock and count the constellations?

The snow is slowly melting, the sap starts dripping from the tree’s which means maple syrup will be on all breakfast tables. Tee-off time quickly becomes popular once again, Muskoka’s 21 championship golf courses has one just for you regardless of your budget or level of play. Head north to explore all the antique stores, unique shopping stores, roadside emporiums, art galleries and so much more for you and your family.

Visiting in Springtime at the Waterfall Capital of Canada with over 24 waterfalls will leave you feeling cool and fresh while the water brushes against your skin.

Party In Muskoka

Now the real party begins. Swimming, wake-boarding, water skiing, fishing or boating, you really do feel the Muskoka spirit during the summer months. Is it the water, the nature, the culture that inspires, soothes and revives your senses? Summer in Muskoka is not complete without a sunset cruise on one of Muskoka’s gorgeous glittering lakes or sitting near the dock taking in the view of a glamorous Muskoka cottage.

Do not forget about Muskoka’s famous festivals, events and concerts this summer. Fireworks, boat displays and antique art and craft shows are piling up on Muskoka’s Calendar..reserve your spot now to kick back and watch the fireworks explode in the air.

From shootin’ hoops to running in horseshoes to singing by the fire to splashing in the waves and learning how to water ski, multiple Muskoka resorts offer families of all sizes a vacation of a lifetime. Visit Santa’s Village, engage yourself at Muskoka Heritage Place, explore Muskoka’s many museums for an educational vacation. Roast S’mores by the cozy fire, play the guitar with friends, moments that you could never forget.

Want to really blow your mind and get close to nature? Ever try camping? Muskoka is a key spot for regular campers, with multiple parks, campgrounds, RV parks. You can choose anywhere from rugged, rocky sites of Georgian Bay Islands National Park or the wilderness adventures of Algonquin Provincial Park, plus many in between.

Whether you are a 90 year old or a kid at heart, summertime in Muskoka is truly the place you want to be.

Living In Colours

Fun never has to end after Labour Day weekend; with Muskoka’s beautiful uplifting fall colours it’s just like a living canvas.

Great time to improve your swing at golf or back pack through crimson trails, the leafy covered forests and get nice and cozy in front of a bursting fire. Enjoy the view or yourself at a luxuriating spa or take in a show.

Fall is a great time to get out and seek all of the talented and award-winning artists. What’s a better way of seeing artists work in progress. Also do not forget the mouth watering experience of Muskoka’s international award-winning Chef’s.

White Wonderland

Arriving in Muskoka during the winter months seems discouraging to most, but once you see the glorious winter wonderland, it will really bring out the kid in you. Snowball fights, snowmen, snow forts, snow angels, winter festivals and carnivals, skiing, tobogganing, ice skating, dog sledding, snow shoeing and sleigh rides is just a small amount of activities you can enjoy while in Muskoka during winter.

One of the most popular and thrilling would be the experience of snowmobiling through more than 2,000 kilometers of groomed snowmobile trails. Next on the list of winter things to do would be to try out dog sledding, there’s nothing more exciting then learning how to harness a dog and swooshing along side the forest trails with wind blowing straight in your face. Also Muskoka has over 600 kilometers of cross country ski trails and downhill ski and snowboarding facilities at Hidden Valley Ski in Huntsville.

For those people that love to keep cozy and cuddle with loved ones, Muskoka’s resorts, bed and breakfast and Inns will have you in the passion in minutes.

If you are with the other thousand seasonal property owners, consider yourself lucky and busy throughout the whole year. Not only are their fun, exciting and thrilling things to do year long, but your whole family can and will enjoy it.

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