Play Muskoka Bay Club once and you’ll know why everybody is calling this designer Doug Carrick’s finest work and one of the best new courses to open in Canada in years. Your pulse quickens are you recall the dramatic elevation changes, the sweeping views, the shots that soar across a pristine landscape, over wetlands and granite outcroppings, past towering oaks and pines, to land safely on the rolling, manicured greens.
In the winter, that park is a parking area for snowmachine trailers.
During the Second World War, a prisoner of war camp was located in Gravenhurst.
Remains of it and a small plaque mark the spot at Ungerman Park.
Treasure hunters will enjoy Gravenhurst’s arts, antiques and collectibles.
The building, nestled in an area of unique shops and restaurants, has a century-long tradition of professional theatre but also offers an assortment of musical entertainment.
Gravenhurst has small intimate music venues offering big memorable experiences.This must play golf course is carved out of the beautiful Canadian shield and focuses on its most prominent attributes of tall white pines, mature red oaks and granite rock outcroppings.Designed by renowned golf architect Ron Garl, Taboo winds through 300 acres of scenic land.Brewmaster Sam Corbeil and his talented team create award-winning exciting beers that expand the borders of traditional flavour profiles. Of course all of their beers are all-natural and made with only the finest ingredients.They don’t take themselves too seriously as you might gather from their labels but hey, beer should be fun!The restored Albion Hotel is home to an artists’ gallery and many more have studios in the area.