In Ontario, Muskoka is one of the world’s most popular and peaceful getaway spots. One of Canada’s prize vacation towns, Muskoka has lakes and nature to explore with your family. All kinds of outdoor activities will have you revelling in summer fun. This cottage country makes for the perfect low key holiday!
Muskoka has all kinds of incredible activities, both outdoor and indoor. Lake Muskoka is the pride and joy of the area, perfect for boat rides and fishing. The lake is beautiful and has incredible views, as well as cottages dotted around. Other lakes to spend a day at are Lake Rosseau and Lake Joseph. Go canoeing, kayaking, or just lay back and relax. Get a true taste of Canada at the Sugarbush Hill Maple Farm. Take a really special tour to see how some of the best maple syrup in the world is made, and pick some up as a souvenir. Just a short drive away from Muskoka will get you to the Arrowhead Provincial Park. With trails for biking or walking, lakes for boating, and a river with water falls, it’s practically paradise.
The incredible city of Toronto, gaining more and more in popularity, is just two hours away from Muskoka. The buzzing culture of the city can be seen at the St Lawrence Market. With antique dealers, food from all cultures, and and a colorful atmosphere, the market is not to be missed. Go out to Toronto Island Park as an amazing way to see the city, and don’t forget to glance up at the iconic CN tower! You’ll have to go to the border of Canada if you drive the three hours to Niagara Falls. However, if you’re that close, it’s not to be missed for a day trip. The Horseshoe Falls lies on the Canadian side, while the American and Bridal Veil Falls enter New York. Take a boat ride to watch the pounding water at one of the most incredible natural sights in the world.
Muskoka is known as “cottage country,” with its wooden cabins or even lakeside hotels. The area even draws celebrities out to their summer homes, where they get away from the limelight. Tripping has hundreds of rentals for you to choose from, whether you’re looking for a cozy cottage or a high-end hotel.
Muskoka has two bus services that run through the area. The Corridor 11 bus runs between Huntsville and Barrie, but doesn’t run on weekends. The MET bus has multiple routes through the more rural areas. Muskoka has its own airport if you’re coming from afar, or you could fly into Toronto. A car could always come in handy, and walking the trails will get you to some great views.
Save hundreds with a Tripping.com vacation rental and forget about the expensive hotel room. For the ultimate getaway trip, Muskoka offers 170 vacation home rentals for an affordable price to match your budget and accommodation needs. Book one now for an average price of $263 a night, or a long-term rental for an average price of $5234 a month.
These homes offer a range of amenities, giving you more bang for your buck. For those looking to stay in a corporate rental, 53 of Muskoka’s rentals offer high speed internet so you can easily keep in touch with your company or team. Go for a swim at one of the 1 properties complete with pool or jacuzzi, or relax with a night of cable TV in any of our 99 cozy homes.
Traveling with pets? Choose from 40 pet-friendly rentals in Muskoka for a quality experience. Tripping.com’s home rentals offer far more room and comfort than a hotel, providing a safe and spacious place for you and your furry buddy. Book instantly with properties marked “Instabook”, and check out our other listings now to find the perfect vacation home for you.Search properties from 4 rental sites in Muskoka where the top providers in that area are CanadaStays, Booking.com, and HomeAway. There are 78 CanadaStays rentals, 44 Booking.com short term rentals and 24 HomeAway vacation rentals.