Welcome to the land of lakes and the heart of Ontario cottage country.
The Great Lakes Waterfront Trail in Muskoka connects 10 communities and over 25 lakes including many windows onto the bays and inlets of Lakes Rosseau, Muskoka and Joseph, with several more lakes within a short distance of the route. From the peace, to the bustle and all the exquisite natural beauty in between, the Great Lakes Waterfront Trail through Muskoka will give you a true taste of the region.
You may find yourself enjoying a steamship tour in Gravenhurst, or taking an ice cream down by the Falls after shopping Bracebridge’s nearby heritage downtown. Maybe you’ll live it up in Minette or sip dockside drinks by the waterfront in Port Carling. You might hike the simple majesty of Hardy Lake, join the festivities at the annual Cranberry Festival in Bala—the cranberry capital of the world!—or settle in to watch the Perseids streak across the sky at Torrance Barrens Dark Sky Preserve. You could be resting under the stars at Six Mile Lake, tucking in for a Georgian Bay sunset at a cottage in Honey Harbour, or perusing shops before taking a dip in MacTier. You’ll find simplicity and luxury, and reasons to come back and explore this land of lakes year after year, because sometimes a taste just isn’t enough.
Two Signature Cycling Loops
There are two signed signature cycling loops in Muskoka, the 90km Lake Muskoka Loop, circumnavigating Lake Muskoka, and the 66km Lake Rosseau Loop, circumnavigating Lake Rosseau. It’s recommended that you do the Lake Rosseau Loop clockwise as there several hills made more challenging if you tackle them in the opposite direction.
Signage Coming Soon