Welcome to north Muskoka and the gateway to Algonquin Provincial Park. We have pristine lakes, rugged rocks, trails for every season and communities rich in arts, culture and history. Once a summer hunting base for First Peoples, this area has become a year-round recreation destination ranked the best in the world by National Geographic Travel Magazine. Along with stunning natural beauty and abundant wildlife, you’ll find lovely accommodations, restaurants, galleries, shops, marinas, world-class golf courses, outfitters and three vibrant communities. Learn More
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Oxtongue Lake Artists' Day Festival is tomorrow at Oxtongue Lake Community Centre on Hwy 60. Artists, music, Town Crier, interesting presentations about Tom Thomson and much more. Did we mention food? Food, too! Presented by OLAC (Oxtongue Lake fo...
Looking to develop or upgrade your website? BEAM grant applications are due Sept. 30. for businesses in Lake of Bays/Huntsville area.
NEW: Tea Lake Campground will be OPEN until October 16, 2017 for day use as a picnic ground with facilities. No overnight stays and you need a park permit. This is an epic change for people coming to see Fall colours.