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There's just a feeling that comes over you when the water is so calm its like a sheet of glass ... and it's a great feeling!
There is nothing more pure than a day on the water in Muskoka - soaking up the scenery.
One of the most iconic drives in Muskoka takes you along Highway 118 through the Huckleberry Rock cut at Milford Bay.
Look hoot's there! As the leaves disappear in the fall, it's easier to catch a glimpse of these wonderful birds.
Muskoka Beach Road
If you haven't been down Muskoka Beach Road (between Bracebridge and Gravenhurst) in the fall. You're missing out on one of Canada's greatest fall scenes.
Muskoka might be famous for it's iconic chair, but nature is definitely the biggest draw.
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There's nothing more Pure Muskoka than cruising the lakes in an old wooden boat. Nothing!
If you've spent time boating on Lake Muskoka, you've undoubtedly seen this vintage sign at Mortimer's Point near the Kettles.
Depending where in Muskoka you're headed you have a decision to make when you see this sign travelling North on the 400.
This might just be the highlight of the drive around Lake Muskoka. The Huckleberry Rock Cut is as iconic as it is beautiful.
Definitely the most famous rock cut in Muskoka.
Turn off the highway and drive down the road until you see a big tree with a whole bunch of names on it. This has always been a common navigation method in Muskoka.
Before there was GPS, there were “Directrees”.
A moonlight cruise under a full moon, on a warm summer night, takes that "Muskoka Feeling" to a whole other level. This shirt was inspired by photo taken on an amazing evening cruise on Lake Muskoka from Bala to Port Carling a few years back.
Our premiere shirt was inspired by the highway sign that points to many of the Muskoka towns. Unfortunately we couldn’t find a sign that had all the towns on it, but this one stood out to us. You can find this sign on Hwy 141 near Hwy 400.