Muskoka Steamships Cruises


Muskoka Steamships is home to one of Canada’s most famous cruise vessels, the Royal Mail Ship Segwun, North America’s oldest operating steamship. Launched in 1887, this 99 passenger floating museum – along with her larger sister ship, the Wenonah II – entertains visitors throughout the cruise season from its home port at Muskoka Wharf in Gravenhurst. The Steamships offer cruises 7 days a week throughout the sailing season, including lunch cruises, sightseeing cruises, dinner cruises, and their famed family theme cruises, featuring Noah’s Ark, Frozen, and Pirate Cruises.

Above: Iris waves from the deck of the Wenonah II before departing on a wonderful dinner cruise around Lake Rosseau

Treetop Trekking – Deerhurst


I did this last summer and was thrilled! It is fairly physical, but it is so much fun and the staff was great.  I was not afraid – felt very secure and safe.  I would highly recommend this activity for the adventurous soul.

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If you have younger kids, Santa’s Village in Bracebridge has aerial park that is open to the whole family in their Rudolph’s Fun Land Park (some restrictions apply.)

Above: Lesley clings to the wire (don’t worry, she’s all harnessed in and safely attached)