The Muskoka Maple Trail is a collection of 30+ of Muskoka’s best maple experiences. From sugar bush tours and pancake breakfasts to maple beer and maple bbq ribs, the Muskoka Maple Trail encourages you to build the most Canadian of adventures … a maple adventure! If you are looking for an overnight getaway, we’ve collected the 8 sweetest maple inspired getaways for you to choose from. Hurry, the maple fun only lasts until April 29!
Related: Muskoka Maple Festival, April 29 in Huntsville
There is absolutely no sweeter way to ring in spring than with a pancake or waffle breakfast smothered in fresh, local maple syrup. Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, and a maple breakfast is the breakfast of champions. Maple syrup is one of Canada’s purest, most natural products. Celebrate the harvest of our beloved maple syrup in Muskoka with one of these exceptional breakfasts being offered at one of our local restaurants.
Seven Main Cafe (Huntsville): Featuring their maple breakfast special; fresh Belgium Waffles topped with strawberry compote and whipped cream served with fresh local maple syrup from Maple Bluff Farm.
Deerhurst Resort (Huntsville): Stop in for breakfast and try their two maple inspired breakfast items available daily – Canada 150 breakfast poutine and their signature crunchy french toast. These new takes on breakfast are as delicious as they are fun!
Hook & Ladder Family Dining (Bala): The Hook & Ladder in Bala is one of those restaurants that you need to see for yourself. Not only is it the go-to place for breakfast in Muskoka Lakes, the restaurant is decorated with one of the best firefighter collections you may ever see. Stop in for breakfast and try their pancake breakfast special, 3 large, fluffy, buttermilk pancakes topped with churned butter and served with fresh Muskoka maple syrup.
Farmer’s Daughter (Huntsville): Fresh ideas, fresh ingredients, fresh everything! Stop in and try their Farmer’s Maple French Toast served Saturdays and Sundays. Thick slices of cinnamon and spice egg bread from Henrietta’s, loaded with fresh fruit and whipping cream, served with Maple Bluff Farm Syrup and two strips of their Maple Pepper baked bacon. Gluten free option available.
3 GUYS and a Stove (Huntsville): Their famous Weekend Marche Breakfasts are always popular. Available on Saturdays (9-12) and Sundays (9-12:30), 3 GUYS will be serving up fresh pancakes, french toast and waffles served with fresh, local maple syrup.
Old Mill Family Restaurant (Gravenhurst): Old Mill Family Restaurant will be serving a Muskoka maple breakfast special featuring their fluffy buttermilk pancakes smothered in local Muskoka maple syrup. Open for breakfast Tuesday to Sunday, stop in to savour the sweet taste of Muskoka maple syrup.
Seasons Restaurant at Patterson Kaye Resort (Bracebridge): Their famous Sunday brunch (10am – 2pm) will be in the maple spirit, serving fresh waffles and french toast with local maple syrup. Make your way to one of Muskoka’s finest Sunday brunches and get your maple fix!
More Maple Fun:
- Muskoka Maple Trail – 30+ of Muskoka’a top maple experiences running until April 29
- Muskoka Maple Festival – April 29 in Downtown Huntsville