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Dorset Fire Tower
Visitors are welcome to climb to the observation deck, 142 metres (465 feet) above Dorset, Lake of Bays, and capture one of the best views in Muskoka!
Georgian Bay Island National Park
Nestled in the famous 30,000 islands, the world’s largest chain of freshwater islands, Georgian Bay Islands National Park (GBINP) is where you’ll be inspired by the rugged beauty of the Canadian Shield, the clear water of Georgian Bay, and the iconic wind swept pines that have made Georgian Bay famous.
World Famous Algonquin Park
Right on Muskoka’s doorstep is Ontario’s renowned Algonquin Park. The almost 7,700 square kms park is a vast wilderness with an abundance of northern species like moose, timberwolves and black bear.
Located in beautiful downtown Bracebridge, the Silver Bridge and Bracebridge Falls are a sight to behold, and a great snapshot to add to the collection!
Huckleberry Rock at sunset is a must! One of the most scenic lookouts in all of Muskoka, Huckleberry Rock is well worth the hike to capture this view! The rock here also has some historical significance, as it is some of the oldest in the world, over a billion years old!
This lookout in Huntsville offers two truly remarkable vantage points. One vista overlooks the charming town of Huntsville, while another gives you an unobstructed view of Fairy Lake. Truly worth the hike up to the top.
Arrowhead Provincial Park Big Bend
This truly spectacular lookout point in Huntsville is unlike anything you’ve ever seen! The meandering Big East River is highlighted by exposed sand bluffs and is a popular paddling trip.
North America’s oldest operating hand-fired steamship, the R.M.S. Segwun is the recognized symbol of Muskoka’s storied history on the lakes. This gorgeous vessel
The Chairs at Clevelands House
The iconic view of the multi-coloured Muskoka chairs facing towards Lake Rosseau from the shores of historic Clevelands House is one that has been around for decades, and is symbolic of that classic Muskoka feeling.
The Port Carling Wall
Affectionately called The Wall, this picture mosaic provides a breathtaking welcome to Port Carling. It comprises 9,028 pictures that together create the image of the RMS Sagamo passing through the Port Carling locks circa 1922.