Attractions & Entertainment in Gravenhurst, Muskoka

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  • Ski-Mazing Watersports School and Parasailing

    Ski-Mazing Watersports School and Parasailing

    Premier ski, wakeboard, barefoot, parasail, and hydroflight watersports school in the heart of cottage country offering specialized lesson programs for all ages and abilities. Our custom watersports school offers top level instruction by WSWC certified instructors and NCCP coaches, top level equipment, and pro-rated towboats. Based in the Haliburton Highlands, Ski-Mazing Watersports has lots of fun for everyone from Victoria Day to Canadian Thanksgiving. Find your SKILLS AND THRILLS at Ski-Mazing Water Sports School!

    Craig

  • Swift Canoe and Kayak

    Swift Canoe and Kayak

    Swift Canoe & Kayak is a leading manufacturer of high quality composite canoes and kayaks, built right here in Canada. Excelling in Fibreglass, Kevlar, Carbon.

  • Gravenhurst Farmers' Market Co-op Inc

    Gravenhurst Farmers' Market Co-op Inc

    The Gravenhurst Farmers Market began in 1992 and has grown into one of the largest and most diverse markets in Muskoka. Voted best seasonal Farmers' Market in Ontario in 2001.

    Peter Jessen

  • Muskoka Music Festival

  • Gravenhurst Opera House

    Gravenhurst Opera House

    The Gravenhurst Opera House first opened its doors in March of 1901 and currently offers a year-round season of theatre, film, stand-up comedy, concerts and more. Equipped with a beautiful banquet hall and home to a 320-seat theatre, the Gravenhurst Opera House is a great option for a rental facility for weddings, receptions, business meetings, lectures and more. For more information about upcoming events, rental rates, media releases or to get in contact with us, please visit: www.GravenhurstOperaHouse.com. You can also find us on Facebook (www.Facebook.com/GravenhurstOperaHouse) and Twitter (@GHOperaHouse).

    Krista Storey

  • Muskoka Bay Resort

    Muskoka Bay Resort

    Welcome to Muskoka Bay Resort & Golf, a four season community with an abundance of recreational and social activities just outside your door. The crowning glory is the incredible 17,000 square foot Clifftop Clubhouse. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, we welcome you to enjoy our Casual Cliffside Grill and Terrace, whether it is for a special occasion or a casual visit. Nestled on the top of our cliffside our extraordinary view overlooks our award winning Golf Course and will keep you looking out the window no matter the season. Our First Class Muskoka Room offers a more upscale dinning experience and requires a business casual dress code. Please include in your reservation notes if you prefer the Casual Cliffside Bar, our Patio Terrace or our Elegant Muskoka Room. We look forward to your visit.

    Christine Wilcox

  • Peter's Players

    Peter's Players

      'Peter's players is an intimate and wickedly unique live performance theater in Muskoka . Located in downtown Gravenhurst, this under 100 seat venue has hosted performances from Taj Mahal, Jimmie Vaughan, Johnny Winter, Grady, Serena Ryder, Lee Ritenour, Carole Pope, Coco Montoya, Larry Carlton, Colin Linden, Garth Hudson, Jim Cuddy, Hubert Sumlin, James Cotton, Magic Slim and the Teardrops, Robben Ford, The Yardbirds, Walter Trout, Willie “Big Eyes” Smith, Jesse Cook, Ron Sexsmith, Yuk Yuk’s on Tour and many many more! In addition to hosting events in our theater, we also host several cruises on Lake Muskoka bringing our brand of talent on board! Join us annually in Jamaica with our partners for a week of fun in the sun!'

    Peter Swanek

  • Sawdust City Brewing Company

    Sawdust City Brewing Company

    Sawdust City Brewery brews up flavoured craft beer in 5 distinct styles in Gravenhurst, the Gateway to Muskoka.   In addition to brewing beer, the location has a full service bar, the saloon.  A full retail store is complete with beer, merchandise and accessories.  Stop by enjoy a brewery tour, a tasting flight and meet the staff.

    Rob & Karla Engman

  • Northern Escapades Mini Putt

    Northern Escapades Mini Putt

    We have 18 holes of spectacular Mini Golf set on the beautiful Muskoka River in Bracebridge, ON! Great for any age, our course has been a family friendly staple of the community for over 25 years and offers a great way to have some family fun and spend time together while enjoying the fresh air and sunshine. We also have a snack shack that offers Kawartha scooped ice cream, Chapman's novelty ice cream and popsicles, cold drinks, and build-your-own frozen yogurt! The snack shack is the perfect place to end your game with a refreshing snack or beverage on those hot summer days! Our course is also great for birthday parties, day camp outings, staff parties, community groups, and special occasions! For more information on pricing and packages, visit our website. We are pet friendly! We simply request that your furry friends are on a leash at all times and you stoop and scoop. Instagram: @northernescapadesminiputt

    Marilyn Rothdeutsch

  • Santa's Village and Sportsland

    Santa's Village and Sportsland

    Santa’s Village is Muskoka’s oldest and largest family-fun attraction. Nestled in Muskoka’s Enchanted Forest, halfway between the North Pole and the equator on the 45th parallel, it is Santa’s summer home of choice. The Village boasts three theme parks, a day camp, animals, and a family campground, where kids of all ages can visit Santa, and enjoy rides, games, and countless other family-friendly activities.

    Jamie Hopkins

  • Muskoka Lakes Farm & Winery

    Muskoka Lakes Farm & Winery

    Cranberry growing has been a Johnston family tradition since 1950. We’re dedicated to responsible growing practices for a sustainable future. We love where we live and are passionate about what we do – it’s that simple. After all, our cranberries are so fresh, they’ll make your turkey blush. Visit us, we are open 363 days per year.

    Wendy Hogarth

  • Muskoka Drive In

    Muskoka Drive In

    Come see our big Theatre Screen on top of a giant Rock The Drive In is surrounded by beautiful Muskoka pines. Come relax and watch movies under the stars surrounded by tranquillity.

    William Alexander

  • Muskoka Brewery

    Muskoka Brewery

    Nestled in the heart of Muskoka, Muskoka Brewery handcrafts premium beers as unique and refreshing as the region they're from. Founders Gary McMullen and Kirk Evans kicked the doors of Muskoka Brewery open in June of 1996. What started as a very small and dedicated team has quickly grown to a passionate band of craft beer lovers over 60 strong. In short, Muskoka Brewery has a passion for great craft beer and hope you get a chance to try it and enjoy it.

    Gary McMullen

  • Camp Winston

    Camp Winston

    Camp Winston provides inspiring recreational opportunities for kids with complex neurological disorders who need highly specialized support.

  • Big 3 Tours & Charters Inc.

    Big 3 Tours & Charters Inc.

    Offering boat tours and charters from the Muskoka Wharf aboard the 26' Savannah Gold 12 pontoon, the Royal George. Boat seats 12 in luxury & can cruise all 3 Muskoka Lakes.

    William McIlroy

  • Bethune Memorial House National Historic Site

    Bethune Memorial House National Historic Site

    An international icon and medical pioneer, Dr. Norman Bethune’s birthplace is nestled in the town of Gravenhurst, 90 minutes from Toronto. A picturesque example of Victorian-era architecture, this clapboard house is a site of great historical importance to Canada, China and the world at-large. Born to unassuming circumstances in 1890, Bethune would go on to develop vital medical procedures—including the first-ever battle-front blood transfusion—as well as strengthen the bond between Canada and China, foster our country’s reputation as a nation with social conscience and advocate for Canada’s universal health care system. Today, Bethune Memorial House is preserved as an educational experience for visitors as well as a place of reverence in Chinese culture. Tour the Visitor Centre to uncover the story of a small-town boy turned medical genius and humanitarian through diaries, displays and videos as well as Bethune’s artwork and medical instruments he designed. And the restored 1890s-era home sets Bethune’s story and illuminates the inspirations that led to his life spent serving humanity.