- Our list of the best things to do in Honey Harbour, Ontario, features the top 22 nearby activities — including 10 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Honey Harbour, Ontario has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Sports & Fitness, Museums & Galleries, Outdoor Places, and Adventures.
- The results below include the top 2 things to do within the city of Honey Harbour, Ontario , followed by 20 popular activities in nearby cities, including Bala, Horseshoe Valley and Bracebridge
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.
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2860 Iroquois Cranberry Growers Drive | Unit 3, Bala, Ontario MoreLess Info
The Iroquoise Cranberry Growers, run by the Wahta Mohawks, tends to and harvests cranberries in the fall. The staff invites the public to watch the harvest and the surrounding fall scenery. Fresh cranberries will be for sale during the harvest in October.
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1009 Strachan Point Road, Bala, Ontario MoreLess Info
In her studio-gallery, the Christine Marshall Wildlife Gallery has become home to dozens of paintings inspired by animals and nature. Marshall, who has lived in Muskoka for years and still paints, has inspired a community for artisans.
The Gibson River wilderness trail, located in the Provincial Park, is a sizable trail for beginning hikers, about three and a half kilometers. The path goes along the Gibson River and ventures into the forest of the park. Some animal activity may be spotted.
Home to bands and musicians for decades, Kee to Bala is a sizable theater, holding approximately several hundred people. Attendees can stand on the main floor in front of the stage, or choose one of the wooden booths on the upper floor. A bar is available on the upper floor.
93% 15 votes
1024 Maple Avenue | P0C 1A0, Bala, Ontario MoreLess Info
Bala's Museum with Memories of Lucy Maud Montgomery, author of the Anne of Green Gables series. Montgomery, who stayed in Bala at one point in her life, inspired the small house museum, which is filled with replicas and artifacts that she used during her lifetime.
At Active Turtle, the founder's objective is to help attendees rediscover themselves, mentally and physically. Be it through Zumba, beginner or advanced yoga classes, the instructors teach classes indoors and out for inspiration. Classes also available for expecting mothers.
The philosophy of Iroquois Artisans is to showcase art that reflects the views of ancient peoples from long ago. The pieces show bits of the cultural histories that had developed back then, and are portrayed in sculptures and paintings.