Muskoka is Ontario’s cottage country and is backboned by approximately 250 kilometres of Highway 11. Camping, fishing, boating, and swimming are popular at Muskoka’s numerous chalets, cottages, and resorts.
Barrie and Orillia have approximately 200 000 people, while populations in cottage country towns swell with the onset of summer.
Muskoka is more a populated stretch of Highway 11 than it’s northern and western counterparts – this is where, if you’re driving south, Highway 11 changes from a largely two-lane road to a separated four-lane highway.
If you’re heading south, start your trip in Powassan. If you’re heading north, start your trip in Barrie.
Otherwise, please select from one of the communities below.
Powassan – Trout Creek – South River – Sundridge – Burk’s Falls – Katrine / Emsdale – Scotia / Novar / Melissa – Huntsville – Port Sydney / Utterson – Bracebridge – Muskoka Falls – Gravenhurst – Kahshe Lake / Severn Bridge – Orillia – North Shore – Barrie