The Muskoka Maple Trail, running until April 28, is a collection of Muskoka’s most exceptional maple experiences. You’re encouraged to build your own maple adventure, choosing from sugar bush tours, maple baked goodies, maple beer and cocktails, maple breakfasts, signature experiences, and of course, maple inspired dining. If you are coming from out of town to experience the Muskoka Maple Trail and are looking for a place to stay, we’ve collected got some of the the sweetest overnight getaways for you to book. Plan your maple adventure online, or pick up the official Muskoka Maple Trail map from one of these locations and hit the road for some maple fun.
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Muskoka is well-known for its trendy culinary scene, with some of the province’s top chefs crafting dishes boasting seasonal, local ingredients. Some of the area’s top restaurants have brought their talents to the Muskoka Maple Trail and have gotten creative with fresh, local maple syrup, incorporating this most natural of ingredients into their dishes. The results have been nothing short of extraordinary, with visitors raving about these special menu items. Plan a night out for dinner, and discover the delectable tastes of Muskoka’s top chefs on the Muskoka Maple Trail.
3 GUYS and a Stove (Huntsville): 3 GUYS And A Stove is a favourite among locals, visitors and seasonal residents alike, known as a restaurant for people with taste. Drawing inspiration from the dish they served at last year’s Muskoka Maple Festival that sold out, 3 GUYS is featuring Charred Pork Back Ribs with Muskoka Maple BBQ Sauce for dinner, 7 days a week. Finish off this delicious dish with a freshly baked slice of Muskoka Maple Pecan. You are going to love their crafted in-house BBQ sauce, and you can even bring it home for your own bbq’ing this summer as it will be on sale at the Muskoka Maple Festival.
Affogato Cafe & Gelato(Huntsville): Affogato Cafe is known for their European gelato, sweet treats and hot beverages. Visit them in Downtown Huntsville at the Riverfront entrance and try their delectable maple inspired treats. The Maple Oat Sorbetto – a creamy gelato made in with Maple Lodge maple syrup is available by the scoop, in take home tubs, and of course in an affogato. For a warm treat, they will also be offering Maple Spice Lattes and a Muskoka Fog, both with the tastes and smells of Maple!
BeaverTails (Huntsville): This popular stop in Downtown Huntsville has been the go-to place for something sweet! Try their many flavour combinations from chocolate to candy to fruity and – of course- their Mehple BeaverTail. Bite into the soft, warm dough lathered in maple spread and sprinkled with maple sugar crunch!
Deerhurst Resort (Huntsville): Visit Deerhurst Resort for their exquisite Maple Table D’hôte, available March 20 – April 29, 2017. Indulge in this springtime tradition and enjoy items like Blackened Arctic Char with maple smoked bacon and lentil stew, or smoked maple and vidalia onion soup. You will absolutely love their Maple Sugar Shack Sampling Platter that they serve for dessert.
Blue Willow Tea Shop (Gravenhurst): Blue Willow Tea Shop is THE place for high tea in Muskoka, situated on the banks of Lake Muskoka at the Muskoka Wahrf and minutes from Downtown Gravenhurst. For the Muskoka Maple Trail, Blue Willow Tea Shop invites you to join them for high tea and finger foods, where you can enjoy a traditional British treat (with a Canadian twist). Maple scones are baked daily, and fresh for when you visit!
Clear Lake Brewing (Torrance): Clear Lake Brewing is nestled in Torrance with their craft beer and year-round amazing menu. Enjoy “Maple Inspired” options on the menu including the Clear Lake Maple Espresso IPA – an homage to a great Canadian pastime, this IPA is brewed with locally sourced Muskoka Maple syrup. They added touch of espresso will leave your pallet craving more.