The Sawdust City Music Festival: History & Melody Meet in Gravenhurst»

In the late 1800s, Gravenhurst, Ontario was known as “Sawdust City” due to the number of sawmills and the importance of the timber trade to the town. This summer there is a new festival coming to “the gateway to Muskoka,” one that will pay homage to the town’s rich history. The Sawdust City Music Festival,... 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»

Muskoka Weddings: Discover How Stunning Your Day Can Be»

That Muskoka’s iconic landscape is a spectacular backdrop for a wedding should come as no surprise. What will astonish you is just how stunning your day can be in the wilderness north of Toronto.   If you’re considering a wedding in Muskoka, you probably already have your reasons. Perhaps the groom is a cottager whose family has summered here for... 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»