The Muskoka region of Canada is famous for its many attractions that make it a playground for Canadians and international visitors alike. For example, the thousands of lakes, vast areas of pristine forest wilderness, and many beautiful towns are just a few of the features that Muskoka has to offer. 

Stretching from Georgian Bay in the west to the boundary of the Algonquin Provincial Park in the east, the Muskoka region of Ontario is just 2 hours north of Toronto and includes the charming, convenient, and accessible towns of Gravenhurst and Bracebridge. Living or vacationing in this area means enjoying the arts, culture, and high-quality eateries of these locations, not to mention the many resorts and hotels hosting spas, golf courses, and recreation…

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You’re excited to get some use of the warm weather out of your waterfront cottage now that the snow on the lake has melted and you can bring the family out for some fun. 

As exciting as it may be to jump right into enjoying your homey seasonal cottage with the entire family, there are some important responsibilities to take care of first. 

Spring cleaning your cottage may seem like a daunting task, but it’s worth the maintenance for having your home in great shape to truly enjoy it. 

Here are just a few of the main spring cleaning waterfront cottage steps that you should consider adding to your regimen this year. 

Protecting Your Local Lake 

Spring cleaning your cottage isn’t just about washing up your home or getting rid of garbage - it’s…

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Spring is widely known as the unprecedented best time to buy a waterfront Mukoka property - but why? Well, as incredible as cottage country properties may be year-round with all of the endless activities and excitement there is to take part in - no one can deny the feeling of the sun across your skin in warm spring to start of summer weather. 

Experience the Warmth of Muskoka Homes 

The amazing part about buying waterfront property in Muskoka and what makes it so unique from everywhere else is the fact that before you even look at the cottages themselves, you can take a look at all of the surrounding lakes to choose from and base your real estate decision making off of. 

Few places give you that experience and range. 

With the countless lakes…

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If you're considering buying a property in the ever popular lake districts of Haliburton or Muskoka County in Ontario, you've probably looked at real estate in popular lakes such as Lake Muskoka, Lake of Bays, and others. However, before looking at these larger lakes, consider the benefits of living on a smaller, more tucked away lake. 

Perfect for those looking for a quieter, more secluded retreat, these lakes still keep residents close to larger cities such as Ottawa and the Greater Toronto Area. 

For those looking for peaceful, serene cottage getaways or even year round living in the heart of nature, we've come up with a list of five hidden gem lakes in the Haliburton and Muskoka areas. 

Three Mile Lake

Located just east of Lake Rosseau,…

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The beautiful areas in Southern Ontario, Canada’s incredibly well known cottage country of Muskoka and Haliburton County truly make up the perfect spot for families to visit or even live in. 

What better time is there to plan a trip to these stunning outdoor lover’s havens than on Family Day 2022?

The time where families can come together and spend true outdoor fun together bonding over authentic experiences and memories to last a lifetime is right here in Muskoka and Haliburton County. 

The Muskoka Signature Experience

Since Family Day 2022 falls in the winter months - that usually means winter activities with the family which makes for a great opportunity to cozy up with a warm hot chocolate all around with the family afterwards. 


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If you face the hustle and bustle of city life during the week, a leisurely weekend escape to Ontario’s premier cottage country may seem like a no brainer!

But in order to make the most of your getaway, you’ll want to make sure you choose the right destination.

Afterall, there’s only so much you can enjoy when you’re stuck inside your car.

That’s why we’ve selected the following six lakes for you to choose from on your next trip.

Located no more than a three hours drive from Toronto, these destinations make an ideal spot for some rest and relaxation.


One of the more popular destinations for the city’s weekend warriors involves a trip to the Muskokas.

Where rocky shorelines meet clear lakes and towering pine trees, it’s a…

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If you’re looking for the perfect getaway in the snowy and beautiful province of Ontario - the Muskoka Region is the place to be. This dreamy winter wonderland is brimming with activities to enjoy with family and friends all the way from ice skating on frozen Lake Muskoka to even dog sledding. Here are just some of the many incredible winter activities in Muskoka.

#1 Ice Skate On The Frozen Lakes

Known as the ice skating trail capital - it’s no surprise that ice skating takes the cake for one of the greatest winter activities in the Muskoka Region. Enjoy one of the many stunning skating trails in Muskoka, the paths lit up by the stars illuminating the night sky as you glide across this frozen wonderland.

There’s no end to the joy activities in…

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With the holidays upon us, it’s hard to believe 2021 is already winding down and next week will bring us into 2022!

Looking back, RE/MAX Professionals North had a successful year — all thanks to you! We were able to put our customers in homes all across Muskoka District and Haliburton County.

We’re looking forward to continuing our service in the Ontario area into 2022 and beyond, and we don’t plan on losing the momentum we’ve gained this year. 

As we forge ahead into the new year, we’re happy to continue helping you out with any real estate needs you may have, such as relocating, buying or selling your home in one of the many highly sought after areas we serve.

Come find out what makes our incredible team Ontario’s top option for Muskoka and…

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The Muskoka district is of course best known for its three big, marquee lakes. These are the ones that everyone knows - Lake Rosseau, Lake Joseph and Lake Muskoka. Naturally, these lakes are absolutely stunning and their shores are lined with absolutely stunning waterfront properties.

But, the Muskoka area has so much more to offer. In total, there are some 1600 lakes that dot this incredible landscape. You’d be missing out on quite a lot if you merely focused on the big 3.

With that in mind, today we’ll be profiling four of Muskoka’s lesser-known lakes that are definitely worth a closer look.

Mary Lake

Surface Area: 10.61 km2
Maximum Depth:
56 m
Perimeter Shoreline:
20.5 km
Boat launch in Port Sydney
Major Fish Species:
Lake Trout,…

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