SAVOUR Muskoka provides food fans with a wide selection of regional culinary products, experiences and packages that are unique to Muskoka and Parry Sound. Culinary tourism in these areas has a proud history but its most recent chapter began in the 1800s with the arrival of tourists on steamship and train each summer, making their way to... Read more»
The month of March brings cold nights and warm sunny days – perfect conditions for the production of nature’s finest nectar, Canadian maple syrup! Sampling syrup is one thing, but learning more about how it’s produced makes for a great outdoor experience that the entire family will enjoy. Savour Muskoka will also host a Maple Syrup Production... Read more»
Need help finding accommodations in Explorers’ Edge? Here are some useful links to area associations and information centres to help you find the perfect places to stay during your visits to the region. You can also connect to one of these helpful local tourism agencies for more information and in some cases, online booking: Muskoka Tourism, Parry... Read more»
New border crossing regulations between Canada and the United States should be good news for travelers coming to the Great White North from America. For more insight, read the article on the Canadian Tourism Commission’s website by CEO Michelle McKenzie here.
We’re big fans of Moms at Explorers’ Edge. Why – without them we wouldn’t be here to share our passion for Algonquin Park, the Almaguin Highlands, Muskoka, Parry Sound and Loring-Restoule with explorers everywhere. We hope you’ll show your Mom how much you love her too by bringing her to the region for an experience she’ll never forget.... Read more»