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The shoreline is quintessential cottage country. From wading in for a swim, to casting a line, to setting the stage for a summer sunset, the
Life in Muskoka is easygoing, but it’s not free from concern. But are you worrying about the wrong things?
Newcomers to Muskoka – as well as those who have been here for a while – usually have a few worries and concerns about life
The cottage has always been synonymous with relaxation: a place to unwind, relax and rejuvenate before returning to the hustle and bustle of life. But
Electric power gives new life to a classic launchThe idea sounds simple enough: take a classic, steam-powered launch built in 1915 and give her an
Unique exhibit is curated by Indigenous communities What is Misko-Aki? It’s an Indigenous Peoples’ word, meaning ‘red earth,’ and it’s the origin of what we
Telling Muskoka’s story over the last 150-plus years The Muskoka of today is introduced in “Evolving Muskoka: Life on the Edge of the Shield,” one
Classic boat owners love to know the stories of their boats. Who owned it before? Where was it kept? What adventures did it have before
It’s no secret that gardening has boomed in the past couple of years. Locked at home, staring out at the backyard, millions of us turned
Most people look forward to their first swim of the season sometime in July, when the sun is blazing down, and the ice and snow