Top things to do in Muskoka Lakes

Top Choice Italian in Huntsville

That Little Place by the Lights

A local favorite, this little place by the lights is loved for its old-school pizzas, pastas and gelati. Excellent value.
Pub Food in Bracebridge

Old Station

On summer evenings this is the most happening place in town. The patio overlooks the main drag – perfect for postkayak recovery sessions. Dig into a pulled pork sandwich and wash it back with a pint of Muskoka ale f…
Waterfall in Bracebridge

Bracebridge Falls

Near the visitors center you'll find the best known of Bracebridge's 22 waterfalls, Bracebridge Falls. Other favorites include Muskoka South Falls (33m), about 6km south of town, Wilson's Falls and High Falls, both…
Pizza in Gravenhurst

Pizza Station

Locals swear by this nondescript pizza joint for its steaming-hot cheesy goodness with just the right amount of toppings and a crispy crunchy crust. Take out and eat by the water.
Thai in Huntsville

Bo's Authentic Thai

As the name suggests, authentic Thai dishes (although with only English names on the menu) are presented with flair in this joint by the water. Vegetarian options are available.
Mediterranean in Bracebridge

Riverwalk Restaurant

Tear your eyes away from the view to focus on the menu, if you can. You'll need to choose between pork, chicken, duck, veal, beef, lamb or seafood. Reservations recommended.
Music in Gravenhurst

Music on the Barge

In summer, thousands flock to hear big-band numbers, jazz or country. Concerts start at 7:30pm each Sunday from late June to late August.
Cultural in Bracebridge

Muskoka Autumn Studio Tour

For over 35 years, each September local artists have opened their studio doors to the public.
Museum in Gravenhurst

Muskoka Discovery Centre

This museum tells the region’s rich history of steamships and hoteliers with displays of over 20 wooden vessels. Also here, you'll find two ships: the Segwun, the oldest operating steamship in North America, and the…
Museum in Orillia

Leacock Museum

In 1928 Canadian humorist Stephen Leacock built a lavish waterfront house that has since become the Leacock Museum. It is even easier to drop by now that admission is free and it's open daily. In July the museum hos…