Muskoka is a fantastic destination all year round, but with the weather slowly warming up, several fun activities are making their way back out for the season! These excursions are not only a great way to spend an afternoon, but also an opportunity to meet and connect with others in the community!

 

Farmer’s Markets:

 

 

 

Farmer’s markets are a great opportunity to get errands done while meeting and supporting members of your community. With plenty of local selling the goods they have produced, there are plenty of options that might spark your interest. Whether you’re looking for groceries or some hidden gems, a farmer’s market is the perfect place to start! Check out some of the markets across Muskoka, with the Bracebridge and Gravenhurst Farmer’s Markets beginning in May!

 

Stand Up Paddleboarding:

 

 

(photo from muskokaregion.com)

 

Get active in a new way this summer through Stand Up Paddleboarding. This new craze is the perfect way to enjoy an afternoon on the sparkling Muskoka water. There are plenty of options available across the Muskoka region to rent a paddleboard and get out on the water. Algonquin Outfitters is always a solid option for water sports rentals, and even offer options for paddleboarding for 2-6 people – a great idea for team building and family fun! Avid paddleboarders can suit up in wetsuits to enjoy this activity in the early spring months, but amateurs to the sport may want to wait until the air and water is warmer to give it a try!

 

Zip Line and Aerial Parks:

 

 

Get your adrenaline pumping with a trip to an aerial park. Swing, zip, and climb to new heights at some great locations like Treetop Trekking in Huntsville and Bracebridge’s Muskoka Zip Lines and Aerial Park. These locations offer suspended bridges, Tarzan swings, swinging logs, cable traverses and of course zip lines for everyone to enjoy. Whether you’re looking to challenge your friends to a zip line race or spend some time with your family, this is a fantastic option for the Spring!

 

 

Art Experiences:

 

 

 

Looking for an indoor activity? Embrace your creative abilities through a special art experience. Visit More Than Just An Art Inc, which offers workshops and programs for all ages to experiment and enjoy. Feel inspired by the beauty of the Muskoka region and let it influence your artwork. This studio also offers yoga and meditation, a mindful way to enjoy some time to yourself!

Muskoka is a fantastic destination all year round, but with the weather slowly warming up, several fun activities are making their way back out for the season! These excursions are not only a great way to spend an afternoon, but also an opportunity to meet and connect with others in the community!

 

Farmer’s Markets:

 

 

 

Farmer’s markets are a great opportunity to get errands done while meeting and supporting members of your community. With plenty of local selling the goods they have produced, there are plenty of options that might spark your interest. Whether you’re looking for groceries or some hidden gems, a farmer’s market is the perfect place to start! Check out some of the markets across Muskoka, with the Bracebridge and Gravenhurst Farmer’s Markets beginning in May!

 

Stand Up Paddleboarding:

 

 

(photo from muskokaregion.com)

 

Get active in a new way this summer through Stand Up Paddleboarding. This new craze is the perfect way to enjoy an afternoon on the sparkling Muskoka water. There are plenty of options available across the Muskoka region to rent a paddleboard and get out on the water. Algonquin Outfitters is always a solid option for water sports rentals, and even offer options for paddleboarding for 2-6 people – a great idea for team building and family fun! Avid paddleboarders can suit up in wetsuits to enjoy this activity in the early spring months, but amateurs to the sport may want to wait until the air and water is warmer to give it a try!

 

Zip Line and Aerial Parks:

 

 

Get your adrenaline pumping with a trip to an aerial park. Swing, zip, and climb to new heights at some great locations like Treetop Trekking in Huntsville and Bracebridge’s Muskoka Zip Lines and Aerial Park. These locations offer suspended bridges, Tarzan swings, swinging logs, cable traverses and of course zip lines for everyone to enjoy. Whether you’re looking to challenge your friends to a zip line race or spend some time with your family, this is a fantastic option for the Spring!

 

 

Art Experiences:

 

 

 

Looking for an indoor activity? Embrace your creative abilities through a special art experience. Visit More Than Just An Art Inc, which offers workshops and programs for all ages to experiment and enjoy. Feel inspired by the beauty of the Muskoka region and let it influence your artwork. This studio also offers yoga and meditation, a mindful way to enjoy some time to yourself!

Muskoka is a fantastic destination all year round, but with the weather slowly warming up, several fun activities are making their way back out for the season! These excursions are not only a great way to spend an afternoon, but also an opportunity to meet and connect with others in the community!

 

Farmer’s Markets:

 

 

 

Farmer’s markets are a great opportunity to get errands done while meeting and supporting members of your community. With plenty of local selling the goods they have produced, there are plenty of options that might spark your interest. Whether you’re looking for groceries or some hidden gems, a farmer’s market is the perfect place to start! Check out some of the markets across Muskoka, with the Bracebridge and Gravenhurst Farmer’s Markets beginning in May!

 

Stand Up Paddleboarding:

 

 

(photo from muskokaregion.com)

 

Get active in a new way this summer through Stand Up Paddleboarding. This new craze is the perfect way to enjoy an afternoon on the sparkling Muskoka water. There are plenty of options available across the Muskoka region to rent a paddleboard and get out on the water. Algonquin Outfitters is always a solid option for water sports rentals, and even offer options for paddleboarding for 2-6 people – a great idea for team building and family fun! Avid paddleboarders can suit up in wetsuits to enjoy this activity in the early spring months, but amateurs to the sport may want to wait until the air and water is warmer to give it a try!

 

Zip Line and Aerial Parks:

 

 

Get your adrenaline pumping with a trip to an aerial park. Swing, zip, and climb to new heights at some great locations like Treetop Trekking in Huntsville and Bracebridge’s Muskoka Zip Lines and Aerial Park. These locations offer suspended bridges, Tarzan swings, swinging logs, cable traverses and of course zip lines for everyone to enjoy. Whether you’re looking to challenge your friends to a zip line race or spend some time with your family, this is a fantastic option for the Spring!

 

 

Art Experiences:

 

 

 

Looking for an indoor activity? Embrace your creative abilities through a special art experience. Visit More Than Just An Art Inc, which offers workshops and programs for all ages to experiment and enjoy. Feel inspired by the beauty of the Muskoka region and let it influence your artwork. This studio also offers yoga and meditation, a mindful way to enjoy some time to yourself!

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