About two hours north of Toronto via Highways 400 and 11 is a place that is a world away from the skyscrapers and busy streets of Toronto. Here beats the heart of Ontario’s cottage country, Muskoka. Families have gathered here for generations to revel in the beauty of the region. The 2,500-square-mile area includes 8,699 miles of shoreline, 17 historic towns and villages, innumerable waterfalls and over 1,600 lakes framed by the granite of Algonquin Provincial Park to the east and the isles of Georgian Bay Islands National Park to the west. Encompassing Bracebridge, Georgian Bay, Gravenhurst, Huntsville, Lake of Bays, Muskoka Lakes and Almaquin Highlands, Muskoka is renowned for its shimmering crystal clean lakes, granite cliffs, sand beaches and dense forest of sugar maples and towering mighty pine trees.
There’s plenty to do here but nothing you’d put on an agenda. Lounge with friends, barbecue everything, watch the night sky and the northern lights from the dock in the pitch black, play board games while listening to the rain. And run around barefoot all day.
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