- “land of the red earth” in the Algonquin
language. While pink granite outcroppings and rosy sunsets
are year-round features, it is in the fall that Muskoka
reaches its real glory. Muskoka blazes scarlet and russet
and crimson in Fall! The breathtaking fiery orange and
red foliage is mirrored in our gleaming slate grey waters.
is the time of fall fairs and antique shows that echo
a by-gone era; of the renowned Muskoka Autumn Studio Tour;
of romantic cruises and idyllic paddles on our beautiful
lakes and rivers; of memorable hikes through rustling
the crisp clean air.
Paddle across silver lakes and rivers.
Cycle through golden forests.
Shop for today’s treasures on century-old mainstreets.
Rest on warm rocks beside rushing waterfalls.
Marvel at clear night skies and undulating Northern Lights.
Stroll through rustling leaves on tree-lined trails.
Dine at the water’s edge or right in town.
Smell the woodsmoke.
Nap under a down duvet.
when the golden days fade, the world turns to crystal!
for an old-fashioned winter? The kind with sparkling snow,
rosy cheeks, cosy fires and quiet evenings? It still exists
in Muskoka. Spectacular scenery and intimate hideaways
is still always lots to do… or not do!
a sleigh ride.
Join a pond hockey team and sign up for a tournament.
Schuss downhill at Hidden
Go cross-country over ice and snow on miles of ski or
Search the many galleries for that perfect piece of art.
Curl up with a good book.
Dine on regional cuisine.
lakeside cottages or pastoral farmhouses, to historic
in-town homes or tranquil forest hideaways, no matter
when you come, you will receive the warmest of welcomes
at our Muskoka Bed and Breakfast Association homes.
Visit us online at http://www.bbmuskoka.com/
and then visit us here in Muskoka!