Muskoka Lakes
Muskoka
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Things To Do in Muskoka Lakes

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4.5/5
37 Reviews
Famous Residences
Memorial Hall
M25***40Composed of two parts, the memorial hall and the former residence, it is two independent buildings. Tickets are two prices, the cheap ones can only visit the memorial hall, and you have to pay to visit the former residence. The majority of tourists are Chinese, which is an idea of the past years.
Nearby City
5/5
1 Reviews
City Park
juki235This is a good place outside Toronto to enjoy the red leaves in late autumn. The calm lake reflects the red, yellow and green maple trees. The beauty is unimaginable. The primeval forest here is dense, the air is extremely fresh, and the boating on the lake is like roaming in an oil painting. It feels really wonderful.
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4.6/5
5 Reviews
Observation Deck
wxx1026The scenery is still good. Of course the maple leaf color is not as good as Agon Kun, especially just from Agon Kun provincial park contrast is obvious, but the victory in the lake view, stand high from different angles to look out is also pleasing to the eye 6, let alone this is a free attraction, and free parking.
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4/5
3 Reviews
M25***40All the staff were very friendly and positive and the environment was very warm. We were very pleased that Neil took us through the "can do" and "can't do" links in the Air Park. He was very thorough and patient and his sense of humor was appreciated as we learned the techniques.
Nearby City
5/5
1 Reviews
带着小红帽的大灰狼We enjoyed a snow-covered boardwalk park on a unit area. This is a nice area to walk to there is a parking lot nearby. We love to play there and build a snowman in the snow. The main board walking area is covered by snow but it is a very good area to build. I can tell you this is a very beautiful area to enjoy all the seasons.
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4.5/5
2 Reviews
Museum
狮子国女王Gravenhurst Town: Located in central Ontario, Canada. There is a lake next to the town with a very romantic name: Honeymoon Lake, which has been the most romantic and charming tourist destination for Canadians for more than 100 years. The town is more famous because we Chinese are very affectionate people-Bethune's hometown. The former residence and exhibition room of Doctor Bethune remain here.