Live in each season as it passes; breathe the air, drink the drink, taste the fruit, and resign yourself to the influence of the earth.

Henry David Thoreau

Muskoka Lakes

Visit here: Pier 100, Pine Lake

Located right in the heart of the Cottage Country, the Muskoka Lakes region is the most popular vacation destination in Ontario. Its natural charm attracts not only tourists from all over the world but also millionaires and celebrities. Muskoka offers mesmerizing sceneries all year round, famous parks, golf clubs, restaurants, boat cruises and museums. This beautiful region’s landscape is famous for its freshwater lakes and thick forests with abundant wildlife.

Pier 100 Pine Lake

Georgian Bay

Visit here: Rockwood, Sand Bay

Georgian Bay is the northeastern arm of Lake Huron, the second largest of the Great Lakes, and a hidden gem with a unique biosphere. The bay is home to 30,000 rocky islands, which makes it the largest freshwater archipelago in the world. This region is characterized by rugged shores made of exposed Canadian Shield rocks, crystal-clear turquoise water, sandy beaches and windswept pine forests.

Rockwood Sand Bay

Kawartha Lakes

Visit here: Ambleside, Balsam Lake, Willow Bay

The Kawartha Lakes region is located just about 1.5 hours from Toronto.The region’s name means “land of shining waters” in the First Nation’s language and it is self explanatory. Kawartha Lakes offers beautiful mirrored lake waters for swimming and boating, 259 bird species for bird watchers, a dive into history of the region with unique museums, the best fishing in Ontario, festivals, fine dining and food tours, and much more.

Ambleside Balsam Lake Willow Bay