Stretching from the vast wilderness of Algonquin Park in the east to the windswept shores of Georgian Bay in the west, Muskoka is crisscrossed with open roads. It is a driver’s paradise. Stop in at one of Muskoka’s charming towns and small communities.Watch the endless lakes and trees slip by as you go sightseeing, or stop at a waterfall for a picnic or photo op. Better still, pack a tent or take the RV and do some camping.
Autumn is a wonderful time for a fall driving tour of Muskoka, whether as a day trip or part of a bus tour. When the fall colours are in their full glory, nature’s canvass creates a spectacle like no other. These autumn foliage tours are very popular, and people come from all over Ontario to witness. For information on the percentage of colour change and leaf fall, read our Ontario Fall Colour Report.
The tours below can all be found on our new Map of Muskoka, with each route highlighted and easy-to-follow. If you prefer a map, you can request a copy by calling 1-800-267-9700, emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, or by visiting one of our Visitor Centres and picking one up in person.