The Kee To Bala Rocks Again: Summer 2017»

The Kee to Bala has been cottage country’s favourite summer concert venue for decades. A Muskoka rite-of-passage, generations of locals and cottagers have grown up listening to live music here and swapping stories of epic adventures of a night out with friends. And now in its 76th season, the 2017 lineup of exceptional musicians promises to be... Read more»

Live Music in Ontario’s Cottage Country: Summer 2017»

A big part of the summer fun tradition in Ontario’s cottage country is the live music played by fantastic artists for appreciative – and sun-kissed – music fans. From renowned establishments such as The Kee to Bala and the Charles W. Stockey Centre for the Performing Arts to community venues like Gravenhurst’s one-of-a-kind Music on the Barge, from air conditioned... Read more»

Tom Thomson in South River: The Almaguin Highlands Legacy»

Artist Tom Thomson’s name is synonymous with Algonquin Park, and his days on Canoe Lake as well as the mystery surrounding his death one hundred years ago in the park have become the stuff of Canadian legend. Few people realize, however, that Thomson spent much of his time regularly accessing the wilderness he loved in the western part of the park through... Read more»

The SunDog Gallery In Port Loring: Beautiful Things in the Beautiful Woods»

If you’ve ever been a guest at Pine Grove Resort in Port Loring, Ontario, you’ll know about the distinct little gallery tucked away there.  For a tiny space, the SunDog Gallery  is chock-full of amazing things.  Equal parts gallery, studio, gift shop and nature appreciation centre, everything within its four rustic walls reflects owner Hilary Chambers’... Read more»

A Warm Welcome from The Villages of Almaguin»

Head to the Almaguin Highlands of Ontario for equal doses of warmth, charm and unique discoveries. Drive a short distance north of Muskoka and you’ll encounter a region of unspoiled Canadian wilderness that’s dotted with lakes, rocks and forests. The Almaguin Highlands is a place of adventures, where cycling, paddling, fishing and hiking are found in abundance. It is here... Read more»
Head to the 2nd Annual Fire & Ice Festival in downtown Bracebridge, Muskoka and experience the main street tubing luge as well as more spectacular fun.

The Fire & Ice Festival: An Amazing Celebration of Winter in Muskoka»

The end of January means it’s time to tube down main street. There’s a reason Bracebridge, Ontario is called ‘the heart of Muskoka’ and it’s not only because of its central location in this popular travel district. Here, in the picturesque town that’s built around the meandering Muskoka River, you’ll find a heartfelt welcome in every... Read more»