Muskoka is cottage country to many people who come from around the world to play and to relax. With a plethora of accommodation options available to choose from, there is something for everyone.
Stay right in town at one of our hotels, nestle away in one of our many family run cottage resorts, or head outdoors to camp under the stars.
Be sure to mention that you found your accommodations through the TriMuskoka website.
Many of our sponsoring accommodations offer special discounted rates for visiting athletes and their families and friends whether you are coming here to train, to race, or just to relax. These are noted under each accommodations description/
For more options, please see our Cottage Resorts page.
For further resort accommodation choices please visit Resorts of North Muskoka at north-muskoka.com.
At this year-round park in the heart of Muskoka, hike or bicycle on trails that wander through maple forests and past waterfalls, beaver ponds and homesteaders farms. Quiet Arrowhead and Mayflower Lakes, and the meandering Little and Big East Rivers, are ideal for paddling, fishing and swimming.
Here are some of the great things about Arrowhead Provincial Park:
- They have large, treed and private campsites in the heart of Muskoka
- There are three sand beaches on Arrowhead Lake
- All of the lakes are quiet and motorboat-free
- There are 15 km of hiking trails; including a trail leading to a waterfall
- Look back at our local history as there are remains of old homesteads from the 1870’s
- They rent canoes, kayaks and mountain bikes during the summer season; skis, snowshoes and ice skate rentals during the winter
- As much as it is known for summer, it is well-known for winter activities; they have a fantastic skating trail, an awesome tubing hill, and the areas best cross country ski trails that are groomed and track set
Reservations can be obtained on the Ontario Provincial Park reservation website.
The wold famous Group of Seven painters used Algonquin as their backdrop for a majority of their incredible artwork. Explore Algonquin at its best; a vast landscape of maple hills, rocky ridges, spruce bogs, and thousands of lakes, ponds, and streams. By paddle and portage – more than 2,000 kilometres of canoe routes and over 1,900 campsites await those who seek the rugged beauty of Algonquin Provincial Park. Additionally, Algonquin has three backpacking trails which also probe the heart of the backcountry.
There is so much to do in the park other than hiking, navigating your way around the lakes, playing on the beaches and sitting by the campfire.
- With ample paved shoulders on Highway 60, and long rolling hills, cycling in the park is nothing short of spectacular.
- Camping is not your only option. There are a number of cottages to rent in Algonquin Park, and there are a few lakeside inns that you can stay at
- There are restaurants that offer fine dining in the Park. Satisfy your tastebuds on a culinary adventure.
- Museums and attractions await visitors throughout the park. Read more about it here.
Read more about Algonquin Provincial Park on its website, and book reservations here.