Located on the outer fringes of west Muskoka and encompassing a part of popular Lake Rosseauthe Township of Parry Sound is stunningly beautiful all-season getaway that should be included on anyone’s list of luxury cottage real estate for sale. 


Perfectly located for those wanting to enjoy boating on Georgian Bay yet still very much a part of Ontario’s cottage country, Parry Sound offers plenty of fun things to do for residents, cottagers, and day trippers alike. Heading the list of top attractions is the  Island Queen cruise ship. This 500-passenger vessel is a great way to explore the region’s natural beauty, and provides a chance to enjoy spectacular views of its glacier-shaped granite islands, secluded sandy beaches, and forests. 


Dubbed the ‘Gateway to Northern Ontariothe boundaries of Parry Sound stretch from Killarney in the northwest all the way to Honey Harbour in the south, and the town is easily accessible along the 400 from Barrie and Toronto. The town itself is a popular shopping destination, and boasts great schools and public amenities.  


While there’s plenty of cultural activities and shopping experiences to be enjoyed in town, those who like outdoor adventures are well catered to. Popular outdoor activities include hiking, and ATVing, with countless ATV trails crisscrossing the area. Parry Sound in fact has one of the province’s largest ATV clubs, and even has its own annual festival to add to the fun. 


A big draw for the community is the excellent Charles W Stockey Centre for the Performing Arts Located steps away from the downtown core on the waterfront, this attractive modern building – it’s made of local wood and stone – is home to the  Festival Performance Hall, a 480-seat theatre. It’s also where you’ll find the Bobby Orr Hall of Fame interactive hockey museum (Orr was born and raised here). 


The big draw to the arts centre is The Festival of the Sound, a popular chamber music festival that attracts performers from across the globe. The complex also features a variety of year-round entertainment opportunities including local, national, and international talent, along with  movie nights and community events.   


To learn more about Parry Sound real estate opportunities, including houses for sale in Parry Sound and Parry Sound Ontario cottages for sale, be sure to visit our communities section and make use of our MLS tools to help you. 


The largest and fastest growing of Muskoka’s ‘big three’ towns, Huntsville is an exciting and vibrant community with plenty of year-round attractions, points of interest, and fun things to do for tourists and residents alike. In addition to its rich cultural heritage – the Huntsville Festival of the Arts held at the state-of-the-art Algonquin Theatre is now over 25 years old – the town also offers great restaurants and shopping, especially in its historic downtown core. 


Huntsville also has over 140 lovely lakes to explore, including the largest, Lake VernonFairy LakeMary Lake and Peninsula Lake. Together these four Huntsville lakes offer 40 miles of some of Muskoka’s best boating, in addition to providing a beautiful backdrop for some of the region’s top luxury Muskoka real estate and cottages for sale. They’re also where you’ll find some of Canadatop luxury resorts and hotels, as well as numerous excellent cottage rentals.  


The smaller lakes are also worth considering if you’re in the market for Huntsville real estate. In fact, you’ll find many wonderful Muskoka cottages for sale along the shorelines of such pretty bodies of water as Walker LakeWaseosa LakeBuck LakeFox LakeRipple LakeLongs LakeHarp Lake, and Pallette Lake, so be sure to add these to cottage communities to your list of country cottages to take a look at.  


Whether you prefer condo living ‘in town’ or in a luxury waterfront home, Huntsville and the surrounding lakes have earned a solid reputation as not only one of the top places to visit in Ontario, but also one of the  places to live in?CanadaBoasting first-rate amenities including Huntsville Hospital, great family sports facilitiesworld-class entertainment, and numerous  tourist attractions, it’s got plenty to commend it to those seeking a small town lifestyle.  


To find out more about waterfront waterfront property for sale, as well as the best luxury cottages and homes, be sure to check out the latest MLS listings for Huntsville Ontario. 


Stretching all the way from the town of Orillia in the north all the way down to the communities of Georgina and Keswick in the south, Lake Simcoe is one of the largest of Ontario’s lakes (it’s #4) and offers home buyers plenty of exciting real estate opportunities. Other communities within easy access to the lake include Oro MedonteLagoon City, and Innisfil, each of which offer many great choices of homes and cottages for sale.    


Lake Simcoe real estate covers everything from in-town condos to charming heritage homes for sale in Barrie and Orillia, to luxury waterfront cottages and estates on the shores of this beautiful body of water.  


Looking for fun things to do on Lake Simcoe? The lake is a boaters’ paradise, especially due to its connection to Lake Couchiching  you can literally boat for hours without ever getting bored. In fact, Lake Simcoe is part of the Trent-Severn Waterway, so with a big enough boat, you could sail pretty much anywhere in the world! 


Simcoe lake fishing is also extremely popular, even in winter when  ice fishing becomes a popular activity. 


For more information on the latest in Lake Simcoe  homes for sale, be sure to make use of our MLS listings and search tools, including a handy map search. 


The Township of Muskoka Lakes iwhere you’ll find some of the most sought-after luxury real estate in Canada. It’s also where you’ll find some of the country’s prettiest scenery, with endless stretches of rugged shoreline along its many lakes interspersed with idyllic waterfront cottagesas well as those iconic boathouses. 


For those looking for the most luxurious Muskoka cottages for sale, the ‘Big Three’ lakes are where you should begin your search. Consisting of Lake JosephLake Rosseau, and Lake Muskoka, it’s to this area that Hollywood celebrities and business elites alike tend to flock. And as all three are connected by locks and rivers, creating endless opportunities for boating fun, they’re as popular for tourists to explore as they are for cottagers. 


Other fun things to do in Muskoka Lakes include spending time exploring its many smaller communities. These include Bala, a charming village that’s famous for its annual Cranberry FestivalThis lively tourist town also boasts spectacular waterfalls, regular events including  antique and craft shows, a number of museums, and of course the famous Kee to Balaa venue that’s been hosting summer concerts since the 1940s. 


Then there’s Port Carling. Known as ‘The Hub of the Lakes’, this always busy summer destination is popular for its mix of art galleries, museums, boutique stores, and restaurants. The town’s lock link Lakes Muskoka and Rosseau, resulting in a steady stream of boats passing through. Time it right, and you might even catch the steamships RMS Segwun or Wenonah II pass through the locks 


The communities oMinett, RosseauWindermereGlen Orchard and Milford Bay are also worth checking out if you’re in the market for luxury Muskoka real estateThese charming communities are where you’ll find fine luxury resorts like the JW Marriott Rosseaufull-service marinas like Gordon Bay Marineas well as great golf courses –Rocky Crest is a must-play – each offering a unique taste of the Muskoka lifestyle. The larger towns, Bracebridge and Gravenhurst, are also where you’ll find many lovely Muskoka cottages for sale.  


Wherever in the Muskoka Lakes area you decide to settle, be sure to check out the latest MLS listings on our site for  the most suitable luxury Muskoka cottages for sale. 


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