The Muskoka Maple Trail is likely the most Canadian adventure ever of all time, featuring Canada’s most beloved natural product, maple syrup.
The Trail is a collection of 30+ of Muskoka’s top maple experiences, from sugar bush tours and pancake breakfasts, to maple beer and maple butter tarts. Now with the official Muskoka Maple Trail road map, you can build your own maple adventure and turn a regular Spring day into an exceptionally sweet Spring day!
Where can you pick up the Muskoka Maple Trail map?
The official Muskoka Maple Trail map will help you plan out your very own maple adventure. With the map, you can start mapping out your route choosing from:
- 6 sugar bush tours to see how Canada’s most natural product is made, and meet some of Canada’s most amazing people
- 7 delicious pancake and french toast breakfasts smothered in fresh, local maple syrup
- 9 baked goodies stops, including maple buttertarts, maple dipped cookies, maple éclairs and more
- 6 of Muskoka’s top chefs have gotten creative and created special maple inspired dishes. How does Charred Pork Back Ribs with Muskoka Maple Molasses BBQ sauce sound?
- Muskoka’s 3 craft breweries have come together to create a Muskoka maple collaboration beer that is brewed using local sap and local maple syrup. The beer – Pancake Breakfast Specialty Maple Ale – is an absolute hit
- 3 Signature Maple Experiences, taking an amazing Muskoka experience and adding a sweet twist to celebrate the maple harvest
Coming from out of town? Book the sweetest getaway you can find with one of 8 maple inspired overnight packages. Each of these accommodations will supply you with a Muskoka Maple Trail road map from the front desk, so once you check in you can start planning your route!
- Holiday Inn Express & Suites
- Comfort Inn
- Patterson Kaye Resort
- Bayview Wildwood Resort
- Residence Inn by Marriott Muskoka Wharf
- Deerhurst Resort
- Hidden Valley Resort
- JW Marriott The Rosseau Muskoka Resort & Spa
More Maple Fun:
The grandest maple celebration of the year, the Muskoka Maple Festival, April 29, 2017 in Downtown Huntsville