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Winter Getaways

January 15, 2020

Ever consider visiting Muskoka in the wintertime? Well you should, because Muskoka in the winter is a whole new experience – whether you prefer staying cozy in the cabin or enjoy outdoor adventures, there’s something for everyone.


The High Life

The High Life is situated on a private lake on an amazing 47 acres of land meaning there is lots of space to roam and explore including many hiking trails. And if somehow, you grow tired of exploring the property, the Hidden Valley Highlands Ski Area is less than 20 minutes away! And be sure to plan an excursion to check out Algonquin Provincial Park in the wintertime! Don’t forget to end your day of activities in the outdoor hot tub!


Dreamweaver is a beautifully restored log home situated on an 88-acre lot, surrounded by large mixed forest with exposed granite ridges and stunning vistas. The property also features an amazing 1 kilometre trail look for an amazing walk where if you’re lucky, you may encounter a beaver, moose, or deer in the area. Also on the property is a previous drying shed transformed into the artist/owner Tom Dietrich’s studio overlooking a natural pond full of turtles, frogs, and salamanders. In close proximity to the cottage is a public snowmobile track.

Land Before Time

Experience the beautiful winters within the comfort of this brand-new ultra-modern build in Lake of Bays. With large floor-to-ceiling windows, enjoy gorgeous winter views of the frozen lake and snow dusted towering trees and natural rock while sipping on hot cocoa in front of the large wood-burning fireplace. 

Muskoka’s White House

Muskoka’s White House is the luxury winter getaway you’ve been dreaming of! This modern cabin features wood and stone accents with a Hudson’s Bay colour palette, and is complete with heated floors and large fireplaces to keep you cozy in your own private winter wonderland. 


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