Muskoka is a popular destination for all to enjoy in the summer, with plenty of fun activities to do and great places to visit. With so many options for eating, drinking, and playing, there is an endless amount of options to add to your summer bucket list. Take a trip up to Muskoka to visit a few of our favourite hot spots that will surely fire up your summer!
From the creators of Lake of Bays Brewing Company, Huntsville Brewhouse is an all-new facility that offers a full kitchen to accompany your beer tasting experience. You can expect to enjoy the classic Lake of Bays Brewing flavours on tap, as well as a few seasonal favourites for you to try! They also offer a take-out option, if you’re looking to take some great food with you to the bayside.
SWS Pop Up Village
At the Summer Water Sports Marina on Wallace Bay, you can find the SWS Pop Up Shops. Through the creative use of 2 shipping containers, the Marina offers a fun spot for companies to set up shop for both tourists and locals to peruse. Previous vendors included Lululemon Athletica, Stitch and Stone, RIPE Juicery, and so many more. Be sure to keep an eye out this summer as there will surely be some great deals to find at these pop-ups! If you’re looking to showcase your business in Muskoka, you can fill out their application form here.
Stand-Up Paddleboarding Yoga
If you’re looking to mix up your workout routine this summer, be sure to check out Jayne’s Cottages for a class in Stand-Up Paddleboarding Yoga. This offers a challenge to a standard yoga class while also enjoying some time in the sun. Their instructor, Stephanie, has designed the class so even beginners can get out on the water and hold a pose! For more information about pricing and how to book, visit their website!
On the shores of Lake Rosseau, you can find Abbey’s Bakehouse. What was once a 19th-century church located in Nova Scotia has been transformed into a beautiful bakery filled with decadent treats! They offer a variety of breakfast options, pastries, and even gelato for your sweet tooth to enjoy. If Minnett is out of your way, be sure to visit their sister store in Port Carling to enjoy their delicious desserts!
Group of Seven Outdoor Gallery
There are a ton of historic locations in Muskoka to discover, but this stunning outdoor trail showcases the works of the Group of Seven painters. This public exhibit includes over 90 different art pieces, which offers the opportunity for you to take a self-guided tour of the Muskoka area. The pieces now span through different communities in the area and are available for viewing all year round, but is especially enjoyable in the summer months!