The Big Three


Lake Muskoka

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Lake Muskoka is centrally located within the District of Muskoka with many significant areas located on and around its shores. Some of these areas include a gullery on Eleanor Island in the southern basin in addition to deer wintering yards along the northwestern shores. Hardy Lake Provincial Park is located on the northeastern shore as well as the Torrance Barrens which are situated nearby.

What to Check Out!

- Two sailing clubs: South Muskoka & The Kettles
- Gravenhurst: Gravenhurst Wharf, famous for it's    Wednesday Morning Farmers Market, Grace & Speed    Museum, as well as a host of restaurants and shops
- Home of the passenger Steamships, Seguin, & Winona
- Bala: Home of The Key to Bala concert hall, many    shops and restaurants including Don’s Bakery
- Port Carling: The hub of the lakes, well known for it’s    boutiques and restaurants on and off the water as well    as their Friday farmers market
- Kirrie Glen Golf Course
- Marinas: For all boaters needs


Lake Rosseau

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Lake Rosseau is located in the north central area of Muskoka and the north portion of the lake extends into the Township of Humphrey in Parry Sound District. Access may be gained to Lake Rosseau via Muskoka Roads 4, 7, 25, 27 & 28, as well as Hwy #141. Lake Rosseau drains into Lake Muskoka by way of the Indian River at its southern most point at the Village of Port Carling.

What to Check Out!

- Port Carling: The hub of the lakes, well known for it’s    boutiques and restaurants on and off the water, as well    as their Friday farmers market, & Muskoka Lakes Golf &    Country Club
- Windermere: Windermere House offering fine dining, a    pub and accommodation, Windermere Golf & Country    Club
- Rosseau, dining, boutique shopping, Thursday farmers    market
- Minett: The Rock Golf Club, Red Leaves, the JW    Marriot Resort all offer accommodation, & fine dining.    Clevelands House provides accommodation with a    lakeside theme park, waterside pub food and casual    dining. Home of the annual Water Ski Show and Ski    Lessons.
- Port Sandfield: Boutique shopping & Marketeria
- Marinas: For all boaters needs


Lake Joseph

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Lake Joseph is located to the west of Lake Rosseau in the central area of Muskoka. Like Lake Rosseau, Lake Joseph also extends into Seguin Township in Parry Sound District. Access may be gained to Lake Joseph via Hwy #69 and #632 as well as Muskoka Roads #7 and #169. Lake Joseph drains into Lake Rosseau by way of the Joseph River and also via the Port Sandfield “cut” located at Cox Bay.

What to Check Out!

- Port Sandfield: Boutique shopping & Marketeria, The    Lake Joseph Club, offering dining & golf
- Rocky Crest Golf Course, offering accommodation, golf    & dining
- Marinas: For all boaters needs

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