- TripBuzz found 28 things to do with kids in or near Bracebridge, Ontario, including 20 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Huntsville, Bala, Lake of Bays and Dwight.
- From Norwood Theatre to Santa's Village, the Bracebridge area offers 28 different types of family activities, including: Golf, Boat Cruise, Ziplines and Family Fun Center.
- With a waterfall as one of the city's main attractions, Bracebridge rests on the Muskoka River. Other tourist sites in the community include the Muskoka Cottage Brewery and Santa's Village, a Christmas themed amusement park. Additionally, the town has built a multi-functional sports complex offering a variety of activities such as rock climbing, swimming and an array of aerobic, fitness and wellness classes.
67% 46 votes
1655 Hidden Valley Road, Huntsville, Ontario MoreLess Info
Extensive in both terrain and programs, Hidden Valley Highlands Ski Area offers casual skiing as well as skiing and snowboarding lessons, a kids camp, and ski instructor certification courses. Nearby accommodations include both Hidden Valley Resort and Deerhurst Resort.
Administered by Explorer's Edge, North Ridge Ranch _ Dog Sledding offers a wide range of dog sledding activities, including but not limited to guided expeditions, on-site instruction, and mini-trips. Both beginners and experts welcome.
75% 8 votes
1091 Main Street, Dorset, Lake of Bays, Ontario MoreLess Info
At the Lake of Bays Marine Museum and Navigation Society, visitors can go on a variety of cruises during the months of July and August. Guests can also buy SS Bigwin Gear and the original art of John Murden.
The Old Palmer House is a home furnishing and gift store located in a large, rustic log cabin. Handcrafted items for the home, as well as artisan jewelry and accessories are featured throughout the cabin's three floors.
Arrowhead Provincial Park provides camping and hiking opportunities, as well as opportunities for water activities at three beaches. During the summer, canoes, kayaks, and mountain bikes can be rented, while during the winter skis, snowshoes, and ice skates can be rented.
100% 17 votes
1040 Main Street, Dorset, Lake of Bays, Ontario MoreLess Info
At the Dorset Heritage Museum, guests can access a variety of exhibits related to the history of pioneer life and local settlers in the area. The location also hosts a variety of entertaining and informative activities for children and youths.
With locations in Dwight and Baysville, the Lake of Bays Public Libraries hold a wide collection of materials from both fiction and non-fiction. Along with books, DVDs, and other literary materials, the libraries are a source for local history and community information.
77% 35 votes
2024 Joe King Road, Honey Harbour, Ontario MoreLess Info
Suitable for large groups or small family outings, Six Mile Lake Provincial Park provides great views and the opportunity to enjoy a number of outdoor activities. With sandy beaches, hiking trails and a large lake for swimming and fishing, it is also a popular place for overnight camping.
Situated between Eastell, Solitaire, and Fowler Lakes, J. Albert Bauer Provincial Park is a prize for water lovers. Boating and fishing are encouraged, and in the warm summer months, swimming is permitted.