Almaguin Highlands Near North Algonquin Park Region north of Muskoka in Ontario, Canada.

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Enjoy Romantic Getaways, Skiing, Family Fun, Hiking, Relaxing and many more attractions for
all seasons in one area of Ontario, Canada.



The Forgotten Trail attraction in South River, Ontario, Canada that is part of the Trans Canada Trail Parks system has cycling, hiking trails and canoe routes. Travel to a day of adventure and fun at Stewart Coughlin Riding Ranch in South River, enjoy a Canadian Winderness Trip or visit Northern Edge Algonquin Retreat & Awareness Centre. Travel to Lake Bernard in Sundridge north of Muskoka to High Rock Lookout Park and enjoy bird watching and several hiking trails. Natural Heritage is offered at the Seguin Trail that has been cut laterally across the Canadian Shield. The trail's topography varies from flat to rolling with higher areas often featuring exposed precambrian geology.

In February enjoy the Katrine winter carnival for a fun day. In July Sundridge offers the Almaguin Music Festival. In August South River in the Near North also has the Festival of the Arts. Check out Kearney's Canvasback Creations & Gallery with original wildlife art and nature gifts. Don't forget to visit Burks Falls area to check out Screaming Heads where you will enjoy viewing the amazing art work. Choose from a wide variety of accommodations that include resorts, cottages, cottage resorts, inns, bed and breakfast, motels, hotels, lodges, private cottages, chalets and campgrounds.

Screaming Heads is located in Burks Falls north of Huntsville Muskoka. The Artist has been visited by CBC TV and Toronto Star and has twice been featured on the popular travelogue "On The Road Again" An Amazing adverture for all Tourists to enjoy. After visiting Screaming Heads go along the Magnetawan River Road #520 to the Burks Falls Welcome Centre and the footbridge over the river. Sit and relax enjoy a coffee, hot chocolate and fudge.
Midlothian Road, Burks Falls, ON Powassan Maple Syrup Festival
The Powassan Maple Syrup Festival is a community event and an easy-going country affair. Have a relaxing time, be it chatting with locals or reminiscing with old friends, singing along with a band. Enjoy the crafts, maple products or some of the food offered. Wear good boots and a warm jacket. April weather can be unpredictable. Bring your camera and take pictures of the kids activities and the horse drawn wagon ride.

45 Edgewater Park road RR#1 Kearney, Ontario P0A 1M0
705-636-5683 Toll Free: 1-800-667-8076 Muskoka Triathlon & Duathlon
Located in Huntsville during June 2008 come out and enjoy the Muskoka Triathlon & Duathlon Ontario's Ironman Qualifier. Events to include sprint race, kids fun race, post race party, awards, long course Triathlon and long course Duathlon. During September come out and enjoy the Muskoka Ironman 70.3 Triathlon event. View this website for further details on this event.
Phone: (905) 562-6670 Fax: (905) 562-6611 Callander, Ontario
The museum in Callander, Ontario is in the Original Home and Practice of Dr. Allan Roy Dafoe. Dr. Dafoe is the famed Doctor of the Dionne Quintuplet. The museum has on display many artefacts from North Himsworth township, including Logging, Hockey and Trains. For our Summer Exhibit the Museum will be show casing local Water Colour Artists.
107 Lansdowne Street East P.O. Box 100 Callander, ON P0H 1H0 Carol Pretty
Tel. 705-752-2282 Living Life in BARNBOOTS
The Equine as Inspiration: The indomitable spirit and graceful movement of the horse have been an inspiration for artists throughout the ages. We bring together the passion and the beauty of both the artistic and equine communities and are pleased to offer a variety of programs that are suitable for the portable drawing, painting, sculpting and photography mediums. Artists bring their own supplies.
Johanna Neuteboom, Huntsville, ON 705-385-9086 The Sundridge Sunflower Festival
The Annual Sundridge Sunflower Festival promises to be better than ever, with such attractions as live music, a street dance, an outdoor movie night, food, vendors, contests, art exhibits and even a triathlon. Happening in Mid August in the village of Sunny Sundridge on the shores of beautiful Lake Bernard. Located 40 minutes from Huntsville in the Almaguin Highlands north of Muskoka.
Contact Andy Campbell Almaguin Highlands Arts Council
Welcome to the Almaguin Highlands Arts Council. We are very excited that an organization to promote all our talented artists in the Almaguin Highlands Area has finally come to fruition. Now with an internet presence the entire world can see what we, in the Almaguin Highlands, have to offer through the entire gamut of artistic endeavours.

Almaguin Highlands Arts Council, PO Box 904, Sundridge, ON P0A 1Z0 Sunset Cruises
Sunset Cruises home to the Peerless II & Idyllwood. Peerless II offers sightseeing - lunch and dinner cruises deparating from Port Carling - "Hub of the Lakes" Interested in seeing different parts of the three Muskoka Lakes not normally seen on the larger ships? We can take you there to enjoy the beauty with a live informal commentary. Offering - Special Fall 3 day cruises check our web site. Also, our 1920's yacht the Idyllwood is available for your private use or can be chartered for up to 12 guests in style. Sunset Cruises has professional captains familier with Lake Muskoka, Rosseau, & Joseph. "A lovely peaceful informative experience...highly recommended" BL

Sunset Cruises Captain R.S. Potts P.O. Box 2312 Bracebridge, ON
P1L 1W2 Phone: 705-645-2462