Gravenhurst

Gravenhurst is known as the Gateway to Muskoka. The lakes, forests and rocky landscape captivated the first visitors and have drawn people back for more than 150 years.

A scenic boardwalk traces the same shoreline. Along the way, stop to enjoy a meal at one of the many places to delight the palate – everything from chef-prepared specialities, more casual meals and even a coffee shop and tea house. The wharf is anchored by the historic steamship cruise office at one end and the Muskoka Discovery Centre museum at the other.

Visitors today can also appreciate the past by visiting the Gravenhurst Opera House in Historic Downtown Gravenhurst. 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.

Public beaches offer swimming, hiking and more. Gull Lake Park has a public beach, complete with lifeguards on afternoons in the summer. 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.

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Local Gravenhurst Attractions

Inn on The Lake Country Park

Family owned and operated, Inn On The lake Country Park's focus is to provide an idyllic family style camping experience. Nestled on the shoreline of North Muldrew Lake you can enjoy relaxing by the water's edge, swimming and play time in the warm, calm water. You'll be sure to add summer memories to your collection. Easy 5 km drive to the Town of Gravenhurst and nearby attractions. Reservations: https://innonthelaketrailerpark.com/

Torrance Barrens

The Torrance Barrens Conservation area is a great spot to take your telescope for a night of stargazing like no other. This magical place has hundreds of acres of protected land with stunted trees, allowing for a complete view of the sky that has no light pollution at all. This means you can see the night sky completely, even with an ordinary telescope. You can also explore the Barrens with several trails that are perfect for long hikes and bike rides.

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