Exclusive Tour of Muskoka Wharf - The Greavette

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  • Published on:  Wednesday, May 25, 2011
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    The Muskoka region of Ontario's "cottage country" has been voted number one on National Geographic Traveler's list of the top 10 places for summer trips in 2011!

    "Cottage country", in eastern Canada is lightly defined as any lake destination within easy driving distance for that quick weekend getaway. It presents an unplugged environment that can seem worlds away from the hyperactive city of Toronto.

    The acclaimed destination of the Muskoka district is conveniently close to Toronto about two hours north via Highways 400 and 11. However, some lucky cottagers can shave off driving time by residing in areas such as Gravenhurst, which is 90 minutes away.

    Muskoka displays decades of Canadian perspective in its numerous historic towns and villages with about 2,500 square miles of a natural playground, 8,699 miles of shoreline, and countless waterfalls and lakes all highlighted by the granite peaks of Algonquin Provincial Park.

    With 30,000 islands of Georgian Bay Islands National Park, and decades of Canadian perspective in its numerous historic towns and villages.
    To sum it up, Muskoka offers something for everyone, from zip-lining, mountain biking, horseback riding, golfing, boutique and antique shopping, to some of the finest scenery, trails and wilderness in the world.

    Discover our history, our artists, our attractions and our great outdoors. Muskoka has the best backyard!
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