What to do and see in Bracebridge, Ontario: The Best Places and Tips
Discover the best top things to do in Bracebridge, Canada including Santa's Village, Muskoka Brewery, Bracebridge Falls, Wilsons Falls, High Falls, Brooklands Farm, Bracebridge Resource Management Centre, Milford Bay Trout Farm, High Falls Water Park, Kirby's Beach.
1. Santa's Village
4.5 based on 486 reviews
Welcome to Santa's Village and Sportsland! This popular family amusement park in Bracebridge, Ontario has been Santa’s summer home for over 50 years.Kids from 2 to 92 can spend the day cruising the Muskoka River, riding Rudolf's Roller Coaster or riding Santa's train.Test your driving skills in Sportsland on our Grand Prix go cart track. Batting cages, miniature golf or laser tag will challenge even the most experienced sports buff!!
Reviewed By christine J
Trick or Treat
Santas Village staff did a great job setting up the Halloween family event. Elves island was closed, due to a new ride coming in the spring, but all the rides were open. Trick or treating sites set up through village, scarecrow decorating, fortune teller,
2. Muskoka Brewery
4.5 based on 114 reviews
Reviewed By Wendy Brown H
Nicely decorated new venue in Huntsville
Fish & Chips cooked perfectly (but small portion). Homemade catsup was unusual (sweet and probably home made). Thai salad/slaw was weird and served in a very hot dish, straight out of dishwasher - wrong flavour to accompany fish and chips. Poutine was ver
3. Bracebridge Falls
4 based on 110 reviews
Reviewed By 645philipc - Woodstock, CanadaWoodstock, Canada
This is hardly recognizable as a falls, in that it is created by a man made dam used for hydro electricity. Easy paved parking area, with a bench, but not the type of falls one would expect to find on the Canadian Shield.
4. Wilsons Falls
4.5 based on 16 reviews
Reviewed By Lisetteki
Nice short hike
Interesting short hike along the north Bracebridge river. A few little creeks and falls even in the winter. There are no raining etc so be careful when icy. You can access via stairs. 1.5-2 billion year old rock formations make up the falls. Trail average
5. High Falls
4 based on 64 reviews
Reviewed By Waterloonie - Waterloo, CanadaWaterloo, Canada
Very beautiful setting with walking trails to view the falls from. Lovely place for swimming and picnicking.
Very close to Highway 11, there is ample parking on both sides of the falls, but the Cedar Lane exit offers a bit more. Lovely swimming area at the base of the falls. Peaceful trails along the lower river from which to admire the falls. Some nice picnic a
6. Brooklands Farm
4.5 based on 14 reviews
We are a 6th generation family farm, providing spring produce, and a unique Muskoka venue where you and your friends can arrange to host a fabulous wedding or celebration of your choice!
Reviewed By windsorette - Windsor, CanadaWindsor, Canada
Very pretty and picture pretty farm not far from Bracebridge. Went there for corn and noticed they sold honey so purchased that as well. The owner is friendly and very polite.
7. Bracebridge Resource Management Centre
4.5 based on 15 reviews
Reviewed By Bob W - Bracebridge, CanadaBracebridge, Canada
love this place!
Clean park with lots of trails. If you go in the spring or summer bring your mosquito repellant as they are thick in this place. However, early spring, late summer and fall the bugs are hardly noticeable. Also a great place to hike in the winter.Although
8. Milford Bay Trout Farm
5 based on 6 reviews
Reviewed By Skip-and-Chip - Toronto, CanadaToronto, Canada
Can`t get enough of that Smoked Trout Pate
We normally buy the trout pate at various Farmer`s Markets in & around Muskoka but decided to visit the Trout Farm this year for our supply. It`s a little out of the way, but good signage on the roads and directions from their website is accurate. In addi
9. High Falls Water Park
3.5 based on 24 reviews
Enjoy a day of summer fun at the beach next to one of the greatest waterfalls in Canada! High Falls Waterpark is located in the heart of Muskoka, below one of the region's most magnificent landmarks, the great High Falls waterfalls. Day passes, sold on-site, include unlimited all-day access to our long sandy beaches, paddleboats, kayaks, and all kinds of water toys! Take a trip to the falls, a peaceful journey down the river, or just stay and play on the beach! Campsites also available on site. Discounted waterpark day passes ($5 off) offered to all campers. New management for 2016.
Reviewed By CanadianBlondie - Muskoka District, CanadaMuskoka District, Canada
The best in Muskoka
While the spring thaw is happening, these falls are busting. Go for a nice walk throughout the park. Pack a lunch and enjoy the peace and nature.
10. Kirby's Beach
3.5 based on 10 reviews
Reviewed By ThomasRR78 - WorldWorld
New beach find
We were happy to discover this new beach, new to my family anyway, where there is a beautiful sand beach that has a lovely swimming area marked off. There is a playground and washroom facilities on site. There are also several picnic tables and plenty of