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Are You Ready For March in Muskoka?

March 2nd, 2018
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Hi everyone! How was your winter?

Long? Mine too.

There’s good news, though – Spring break is right around the corner! The days are already feeling longer, and the sun is starting to feel a little bit warmer, so it’s time to start making plans. March in Muskoka is an exciting time of year because there are so many fun things to do in the area.

Here are a few things you can do this March in ...

Thanksgiving in Muskoka – Autumn Activities

October 6th, 2017
Autumn Leaf in Hand

Happy Thanksgiving everyone.

The fall is upon us, and it’s a wonderful time of year. We have had some incredibly sunny days and lovely cool nights, which makes October one of the prettiest months in Muskoka.  But let’s not forget the gorgeous colours of the changing leaves in our area – it is perfect in so many ways!

In the spirit of getting out and making the most of the autumn season, h ...

What are you going to do in Muskoka on Labour Day weekend?

August 30th, 2017

What will you do this weekend in Muskoka?

Labour Day weekend is also upon us, and if you haven't already made plans, here are a few ideas for how to celebrate:

Deerhurst has fireworks on Sunday night celebrating Labour Day

They are also hosting a variety of other activities this weekend for guests, so if you're thinking of spending the weekend at Deerhurst, be sure to check out the schedul ...

Summer in Muskoka is finally here!

July 21st, 2017

Hi everyone,

Summer in Muskoka is finally here. I am so excited to see the sun!

I wanted to let you know about a few things that you could do this month in fabulous Muskoka.

This Saturday there is a street festival in Baysville which cannot be missed. Over 100 arts and crafts Vendors, food and refreshments, and so much more.
Opened at 9:00am - 4:00pm. It’s so much fun for the family and I k ...

How to stay active in Muskoka this summer

June 14th, 2017

Muskoka is known for its beauty and for its magical lakes, but having some wine and snacks at the dock at happy hour needs to be balanced with some version of physical activity. Here are some of my favourite ways you can stay active in the North this summer, and maybe even find something new to try or a new area to explore.

Hiking Trails

Have you walked out of your cottage door and down the ...

Spring Tips to Start Cottage Season

May 3rd, 2017

Congratulations, friends! We made it through another winter, and a brand new cottage season is about to get underway! The grass is growing, trees are showing new leaves, and an army of eager cottagers are beginning the return to God’s Country. Whether you’re a seasoned veteran – pardon the pun – or you’re brand new to the cottage life, here are a few tips to start the Spring off the right way ...

Bright Lights, Big City…Muskoka on the Town

March 8th, 2017

Are you tired of spending all of your evenings watching Netflix and wistfully staring at the weather reports on your phone?

Need a night (or an afternoon) out on the town?

Instead of hibernating through the rest of the winter, let’s have a look at some of the fun things Muskoka has to offer, and you don’t even need to wait until summer!

Maple syrup is a powerful super food

Canada is known ...

New Year’s Resolutions – How About Muskoka Resolutions?

February 2nd, 2017

It has been 2017 for a month now – how are you doing with your New Year’s resolutions? (Don’t worry – I won’t judge.) I know you are all eager awaiting the arrival of spring in Muskoka, so for the statistical majority of us who are already having trouble with our New Year’s resolutions, I thought we could make a few Muskoka Resolutions that should last until the birds start singing and the gr ...

My Holiday Gift-Giving Ideas - Muskoka style

December 7th, 2016

The holidays are just around the corner, but there’s still time to find the perfect gift for anyone left on your list. Here are some great gift ideas straight out of Muskoka – give a unique gift this holiday season, and support our local businesses all in one go!

White Christmas, Green Thumbs

Many of you know I am an avid gardener, so I love Sandhill Nursery. Tim (the owner) is great to wor ...

How to Close Your Cottage for Winter

November 2nd, 2016

Well it’s that time of year again – the trees are growing bare, the days are getting colder, and the possibility of snow is becoming all the more real (we just had a little snow last week). Like many of you, I look forward to spending the winter season settled down in front of the fireplace with a glass of wine and a good book (or Netflix queue), but there are a few things we cottagers need t ...

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