Best Things To Do in Muskoka, Canada

Have you ever visited a new place and felt ‘wow’ about it? For many visitors, it happens at Muskoka.

Muskoka may not be as popular as other cities in Canada, but don’t let that fool you. Muskoka is a smaller but beautiful upcoming tourist destination that is worth a visit. You will be surprised by some of the unique things to do and places you can explore at this hidden destination.

You might wish to revisit it someday again, to take a break and relax at Muskoka.

If you have plans to visit Canada and are not sure if Muskoka should be included in your itinerary, keep reading. In this list, we have put together some of the things to do in Muskoka and around. We have a hunch that if you include this city in your travel plans, you will be thrilled you did so.

Tourist Attractions in Muskoka

Here is the list of things to do in Muskoka and tourist attractions in city.

  1. North Granite Ridge Golf Club

    Golf Course

    Address: 476 S Mary Lake Rd, Port Sydney, ON P0B 1L0, Canada

    One of the favorites of many locals and non-locals alike, the North Granite Ridge Golf Club is counted amongst the best things to do in Muskoka for leisure and recreation. The landscape of the golf course that was designed with a lot of inspiration features some amazing terrains including trees and boulders. The best part of this golf course is ...Read more
  2. Bethune Memorial House National Historic Site

    Historical Site

    Address: 297 John St N, Gravenhurst, ON P1P 1G4, Canada

    Less than an hour’s drive from Muskoka, the Bethune Memorial House celebrates the life and achievements of Dr. Henry Norman Bethune. Set inside a house that was built in 1880 to serve as the manse of Knox Presbyterian Church, this museum gives you a chance to explore Bethune’s through many photographs, stories, artifacts, images, vid...Read more
  3. Muskoka Heritage Place

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    Muskoka Heritage Place

    Museum

    Address: 88 Brunel Rd, Huntsville, ON P1H 1R1, Canada

    The Muskoka Heritage Place is a heritage museum located Muskoka District. This place has Muskoka Museum, Muskoka Pioneer Village and the Portage Flyer Train that takes you back in time! Featuring many activities and demonstrations, here you can check out genuine settlement dwellings from the 1800s, listen to costumed narrators demonstrate the pi...Read more
  4. Torrance Barrens Dark-Sky Preserve

    View Point

    Address: Southwood Rd, Gravenhurst, ON P0C 1M0, Canada

    An hour’s drive out of the city and the Torrance Barrens Dark-Sky Preserve is yet another popular attraction near Muskoka. The natural glory of a star-filled night is one of the loveliest experiences to have. These 4,707 acres of park puts up a starry show like no other. Come here summer or autumn and watch the panorama of the Milky Way ar...Read more
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    Park

    Address: Highway 169, Torrance, ON P0C 1M0, Canada

    Located 50 kilometers north of Muskoka, the Hardy Lake Provincial Park has a rich community of Atlantic coastal plain species. In ancient times, Ontario was submerged under numerous glacial and post-glacial lakes which gave rise to the presence of these plant species here makes this park quite a special one. The park provides hiking trails as we...Read more
  6. Six Mile Lake Provincial Park

    Park, Lake

    Address: 2024 Joe King's Rd, Port Severn, ON L0K 1S0, Canada

    Located 15 kilometers from Muskoka and just off the Trans-Canada Highway, the Six Mile Lake Provincial Park offers excellent camping and hiking options. The park has three sandy beaches that provide calm waters for swimming, canoeing and fishing; miles long scenic trails that are perfect for hiking; and numerous lookout points that make up for a...Read more
  7. Georgian Bay Islands National Park Of Canada  Image
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    National Park

    Address: 2611 Honey Harbour Road, Honey Harbour, ON P0E 1E0, Canada

    Situated 27 kilometers to the west of Muskoka, the Georgian Bay Islands National Park was established in 1929. The park is made up of 63 small islands of the Georgian Bay. The island’s geology is made up of rocks and pines of the Canadian Shield and some hardwood forests. This creates an ideal home for many of the animal species like woodl...Read more
  8. Algonquin Provincial Park

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    Algonquin Provincial Park

    Park

    Address: Ontario 60, Ontario K0J 2M0, Canada

    Ontario has some of the most magical scenery to offer! The Algonquin Provincial Park, some 160 kilometers from Muskoka is one such place. Filled with forests, rivers, and lakes including the large Lake of Two Rivers, this park is located between Georgian Bay and the Ottawa River. Home to moose, bears, common loons, and many more animals, the Alg...Read more
  9. Santa's Village, Family Entertainment Park

    Amusement Park, Entertainment

    Address: 1624 Golden Beach Rd, Bracebridge, ON P1L 1W8, Canada

    The Santa's Village in Muskoka is a seasonal Christmas-themed amusement park that offers 60 acres of pure family fun! Some of the rides and attractions at the park include Santa’s Sleigh Roller Coaster, Candy Cane Express, Summer Sleigh, Peppermint Penguin Coaster, Splash Pad, Antique Merry-Go-Round, Blitzen’s Balloons, Santa’s...Read more
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  • Hi thinking of going to the muskokas at the end of May is that a good time and what is there to do?

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    • May is a good month to visit Muskoka as the weather is usually between 9° to 20°. You may experience light rain but the days will usually be sunny. You can check all about the weather and seasons in Muskoka here. The things to do in Muskoka are listed on this page above. You may check the details to find the places that suit your interest, 

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  • Hi - I am planning a 2-day trip to Muskoka during the last weekend of October. Would it be a nice time to visit Muskoka? Any advices of planning the trip because I will be using public transport to visit Muskoka and its attractions? Thanks, Suyash

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    • Thanks Felicity for your response. Which area is near to Muskoka City Centre from accommodation perspective?

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    • From the months of April to October beginning, the weather is warm and humid. However, you may get some nice deals on hotels and food during this season. If you are planning to visit Muskoka for 2 days, you can look at this 2-day Muskoka Itinerary

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  • Is the Sports Dome in Muskoka up and running again and will it be open Thanksgiving Sunday. Thanks. Ernie

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    • Hey Ernest, I am not sure if there is a sports dome with Thanksgiving events in Muskoka. The one I know for such events is in Brampton, ON. I could probably help you if you be a little more specific.

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