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Muskoka River

Muskoka River

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The Muskoka River, in the Muskoka District, flows south west approximately 210 km from the highlands of Algonquin Park through a number of lakes including Lake Muskoka, Lake Joseph, Lake Rosseau, Lake of Bays, and empties into Georgian Bay south of Parry Sound by way of the Moon and Musquash Rivers.


With over 2.1 million visitors annually, it is no wonder Muskoka (aka Cottage Country), was ranked #1 for best trips by National Geographic (2011), and the #1 most searched Canadian destination for vacation rentals (2017).


Rock in the Muskoka’s has been dated back as far back as 1.5 billion years.


For over 10,000 years, First Nations, including the Anishinaabeg inhabited this area.


Muskoka is named after the Chippawa First Nations chief of the 1850's, Chief Yellowhead or Mesqua Ukie or Musquakie, who used the area as a hunting grounds.


The Muskoka River offers water activities by the boatload (sorry couldn't resist) including canoeing, sailing, windsurfing, kayaking, and fishing.

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