GRAVENHURST CANADA includes a large area of the District of Muskoka, known to Ontarians as "cottage country."

GRAVENHURST CANADA also declares itself the "Gateway to the Muskoka Lakes" and has a large gate bearing this message hanging over Muskoka District Road 420, the main road leading into town from Highway 11. The gate had been removed but was rebuilt in 2009 and stands again at the south end of town. It is the home port of the RMS Segwun, the oldest vessel powered by a working steam engine in North America.

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The Muskoka Wharf located in Lake Muskoka in GRAVENHURST CANADA. was completed in 2005. Today, the wharf is full of retailers such as Applause Toy Store, and restaurants like Boston Pizza and the Blue Willow Tea Shop. The wharf hosts a number of events in the summer including Pirate Fest and the Gravenhurst farmers’ market.

Below we have listed some things to do while on vacation in GRAVENHURST CANADA