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Shopping in Muskoka District Municipality

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Brewery
“Lake of Bays Brewery in Baysville. About a 15 minute drive from downtown Huntsville. They host live Musicians on Saturdays from June - end of October. Schedule attached to their website.”
  • 8 locals recommend
Store
“Canoe, paddle board, paddle boat, water trampoline rentals. Also, great shopping!”
  • 20 locals recommend
Grocery or Supermarket
“Well equipped store - deli, bakery and all the basics. Located in Huntsville Place Mall and across the street from the LCBO, gas and Canadian Tire”
  • 4 locals recommend
Grocery or Supermarket
“Mid sized grocery store located downtown with good deals on most days. Staff friendly and good service.”
  • 8 locals recommend
Store
“Departing Huntsville, you can head toward the town of Port Sydney on Mary Lake. On our last trip there, the quantity of snow we encountered was amazing. Feet deep and still falling, another mid-winter squall had brought amazing quantities of our favorite form of precipitation. At some points, we actually had to sweep destination signs to verify our route. 2,000 km of diverse, groomed snowmobiling trails in Muskoka. Once the snow flies in Muskoka, the trails come alive. Recreational and avid snowmobilers alike flock to Muskoka to rev their engines on some of the best snowmobile trails in Ontario. Cottage country lies in the middle of Ontario’s extensive snowmobile network Good snowfall is typical of this region mostly because of its geographical location and the fact it receives a steady diet of winter streamers off Georgian Bay. With plenty of snow early on in the season the clubs can get out grooming as early as December some years and with consistent in-season snowfall, MSR routes have a tremendous base able to hold up late into the winter.”
  • 3 locals recommend
Vineyard
“The Muskoka Lakes Farm & Winery is open every day of the year except Christmas and Boxing Day. In the summer, enjoy the trails, watch the cranberries flower. In fall, it's harvest time with those beautiful bouncing berries. And in winter, you can skate the ice trail day and at night lit by 300 tiki torches. Plus, you can't leave without tasting their cranberry wines and spritzers! Their bog to bottle tour is a Canadian signature experience. Fun for the whole family. There is a cost for hiking or snowshoeing their round the bogs trail system and for the Bog to Bottle Tour. The store is always open with everything cranberry. Visit any time of the year. On the weekend after Thanksgiving, Bala (Canada's cranberry capital) puts on a great party to celebrate the Cranberry with its award-winning three-day Bala Cranberry Festival. ”
  • 20 locals recommend
Bakery
“Best Chelsea Buns in Muskoka Best to arrive early before everything is gone”
  • 13 locals recommend
Art Gallery
“Canadian handcrafted items from up to 200 artists at a time, many being local from Muskoka!”
  • 3 locals recommend

Shopping malls

Building
“Located right on the Gravenhurst Wharf. Great place for shopping. Lots of unique items to check out and you can get your Starbucks fix while you are here!”
  • 4 locals recommend
Shopping Mall
“Small enclosed mall. Winners, Metro, Cole's, Scotia Bank, The Source and Kings Buffet Chinese food to name a few of the stores.”
  • 3 locals recommend
Shopping Mall
“Running June-August each summer - it serves the cottagers, tourists and the local population, the Baysville Farmers’ Market boasts a nice array of vendors.The Baysville Market is held in the Summer every Friday afternoon from 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm @ the wonderful Season2Season Garden Market”
  • 1 local recommends

Markets

Market
“McMaster's is about 7 minutes away from the cottage. It is a great butcher shop and has everything you need to make an awesome meal. It is easy to miss along the highway as it sort of looks like a garden center. ”
  • 1 local recommends
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