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Cottage Area Booklet

Presented By:

Heather & Michael Cory, Sales Representatives

Royal LePage In Touch Realty Inc. -
Brokerage independently owned and operated

Office: 844-310-CORY

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Published by Heather and Michael Cory, 2017-01-30 11:24:02

Cottage Area Booklet

Cottage Area Booklet

Presented By:

Heather & Michael Cory, Sales Representatives

Royal LePage In Touch Realty Inc. -
Brokerage independently owned and operated

Office: 844-310-CORY

Keywords: The Cottage Shack,Michael and Heather Cory,Eat Play Relax,Local Area,Cottage

&Simcoe Muskoka

Eat • Play • Relax

Compliments of

&Heather Michael Cory

23 Coldwater Road, Coldwater, ON - L0K 1E0

Call: 844.310.CORY Text: 705.345.1884

[email protected]

[email protected]

We would like to take this time to welcome you to North Simcoe and
South Muskoka, our beautiful paradise. We hope that this booklet offers
you a little bit of insight as well as useful information on some of what we

find great local attractions, things to do and destinations.

We enjoy spending our time with family and friends all year around.
Our favorite pass times include boating the area lakes, rivers, & Georgian

Bay in the summer. Skiing, snowboarding, and snowmobiling the great
network of trails in the winter!

We hope you have an opportunity to experience the many exciting
things that North Simcoe and South Muskoka have to offer. Please don’t

hesitate to ask us about what we find to be the highlights of the area!

&Heather Michael Cory

Helping Women & Children
Escape Violence & Rebuild Their Lives

Because we are committed to strengthening
the communities where we live and work, Royal
LePage is the only Canadian real estate
company with its own charitable foundation.
The Royal LePage Shelter Foundation is
Canada’s largest public foundation dedicated
exclusively to funding women’s shelters and
violence prevention programs. Every dollar
raised goes directly to helping the more than
30,000 women and children who are served each year by the shelters and
support programs we fund. Since 1998, the Shelter Foundation has raised
more than $22 million and currently supports 200 local women’s shelters and
national partners. Our agents donate a portion of their commissions and
Royal LePage offices across Canada hold local fundraising events. Our
Brokers, agents and staff also volunteer and provide in-kind goods to benefit
the women and children residing in their local shelters. To read brave stories
of hope from families whose lives have been touched by abuse or to learn
more about domestic violence, please visit us at

• EAT •

Great places to eat in
North Simcoe and South Muskoka

#eat2017 • #thecottageshack • #thecorys

• EAT •

Em’s Cafe

16 Coldwater Road, Coldwater
Em’s Cafe offers great coffee including espresso, lattes
and cappuccinos, grilled sandwiches and gourmet desserts. Your
expectations will be exceeded by friendly staff, good service

and a warm atmosphere.

Monday to Saturday - 8:30 AM to 4:00 PM
Sunday - 11:30 AM to 3:00 PM

For more information visit:

Mill Street Bistro

1 Mill Street, Coldwater

Chef and owner, Joey Malandrino and his staff invite you to come to the
Bistro and enjoy delicious food crafted from the freshest ingredients.

Mill Street Bistro is a venue for displaying and serving up delectable taste
experiences – created with passion, creativity and panache. Our guests

are always guaranteed a unique and exciting dining experience.
For more information visit:

• EAT •

Yannis Restaurant

12738 County Road 16, Coldwater

We hope you enjoy our Taste To all our regulars and new
of Greece from family recipes customers we appreciate your
that date back generation to
business and always look
generation . forward to serving you our great

Along with some of our meals. So make yourselves at
traditional favourites are some home and enjoy the food, your
new dishes we hope will keep
friends and family and come
you coming back time after visit us often!

For more information visit:

Tiffany Restaurant

26 Coldwater Road, Coldwater

Located in downtown Coldwater this
charming diner offers a delicious all day

breakfast menu. Open 7 days a week
from 7:00 AM - 8:00 PM enjoy a full lunch
& dinner menu, as well as daily specials.
Perfect for a night out or a quick lunch

after shopping locally in Coldwater!
For more information visit:

• EAT •

Henry’s South Fish & Chips

3282 Ogdens Beach Road, Midland

The second location at the marina on Ogden’s Beach Road, bringing
the same appeal to the mainland.

Enhanced by the traditional cottage flair of the original, the interior of
Henry’s South boasts a post-and-beam structure, with lanterns strung up

by thick rope, as well as fishing nets and big catches stuffed and
mounted on the walls. A large outdoor patio overlooks the water and

doubles the seating to almost 200 during summer months.
For more information visit:

Mariposa Market

109 Mississaga Street East, Orillia
Their café is the perfect spot to stop for your morning coffee, a home

style lunch or a light dinner. Their menu changes daily and there’s
always an incredible selection including many vegetarian and rice flour

options. At their cappuccino bar you can pair up your favourite
specialty coffee with the freshest of muffins and pastries all made in their
bakery. For lunch there’s an array of unique baked entrees, innovative

salads, homestyle soups and artisan sandwiches. And be sure to save
room for dessert!

For more information visit:

• EAT •

Royal Oak Restaurant

88 Laclie Street, Orillia

We offer a full menu of classic Chinese and Canadian dishes for lunch
and dinner that are sure to appeal to even the pickiest eater. Our air
conditioned dining room allows you to enjoy your meal in comfort, while
our fast and efficient takeout and delivery services are available as a

last minute meal solution or when you just don’t feel like going out.

For more information visit:

School House Fish ‘n’ Chips

3182 Port Severn Road North, Port Severn

Established fish ‘n chips restaurant in a historical building in beautiful Port
Severn. We serve large portions of fish ‘n chips, chicken fingers, breaded
pickle spears, large breaded shrimp, fries and much more. We are now

a fully licensed establishment.
For more information visit:

• EAT •

H&S Gas Bar and Grill

12778 Lone Pine Road, Port Severn

“While it doesn’t look like much
from the road, the Restaurant at
H&S is a hidden gem, especially for

breakfast. Currently they offer

a $7.50 breakfast special that
includes 2 eggs, choice of
breakfast meat, toast, hash

browns, a pancake, and coffee
or tea – and it’s darned tasty.

The restaurant itself is clean, but
cramped. They are a busy spot
and you may find that you are
waiting for a table on weekend

mornings during the summer. Staff
is efficient, though busy mornings
may mean slow service, so expect
that. It is worth the wait, however.
The restaurant only accepts cash

payment, though if you are
paying with a card there is the
option to go next door to pay at
the gas station – only a few steps

from the restaurant.”

For more information visit:

Severn Mills Trading Post & Coffee Cabin

3270 Port Severn Road North, Severn

Located in Port Severn
we are a trendy, boutique

coffee cabin filled with
antiques, gifts, decor and of

course delicious hot and cold
lattes, leaf teas and other
tasty treats.

A great place to meet your
lake neighbours and new
visitors to Port Severn, while

sipping, shopping or relaxing
out front on a Muskoka chair.

Located between the Port
Severn General Store and the

LCBO, across the road from
Lock 45, Dam Grill & Rawley
Resort, the Coffee Cabin is
a must stop when visiting our

growing town centre.

For more information visit:

• EAT •

The Dam Grill

3279 Port Severn Road, Port Severn

Dam good food!  Dam good view!
Fantastic meals at a terrific price.  Pizza,
Wings, Ribs, Chicken, Seafood, Steak and
much more.  Meals from $10.  Join us on
our huge boat-up deck, dine inside or

take out.

Open 7 days a week, all year

For more information visit:

Riverhouse Restaurant

1726 Earl Haid Ave, Coldwater

Whether you come by boat welcome you as they prefer
or car, or snowmobile, you’re the “hands on” approach to
welcome at the Riverhouse! the restaurant. If you haven’t
been out to the Riverhouse
You’ll always fine great, lately, come on out and see
homemade fresh food, served
for yourself. They are fully
with a cold beer! licenced and offer a wide
selection of wines. Also serving 
For everyday lunch or holiday
dinners, Riverhouse Restaurant in draught beer. Their fully
Severn Falls is the place to go!! licenced patio is pet friendly.
Ed and Mary are always there to They offer free wireless internet.

For more information visit:

• EAT •

The Waubic

27 Severn River Sr 406, Coldwater

The Waubic is a family owned and operated business, our menu is
homemade and freshly baked. We are dedicated to maintaining this
quality, so longer waits are to be expected during busy times. We may
not be the biggest, fastest or fanciest place on the river, but we promise

to do our best for you.
So Welcome to our little piece of the river. Sit back, relax and enjoy your

Waubic Experience!!
For more information visit:

Big Chute Marina

1881 White Falls Road, Coldwater
Big Chute Marina is a unique country style marina located in Big Chute,

Ontario, along the Trent-Severn Waterway, right next to the Marine
Railway.  We are renowned for our warm hospitality, friendly staff and
multitude of services that will assist all boaters and visitors alike.  Whether
you are traveling the Trent-Severn Waterway, just visiting the Marine

Railway or area, stop by we would love to meet you!

For more information visit:

• Play •

Attractions in North Simcoe and South Muskoka

#play2017 • #thecottageshack • #thecorys

• play •

Mount St. Louis

24 Mount Saint Louis Road West, Coldwater

Mount St. Louis Moonstone is one of the largest family owned ski
resorts in Ontario offering great hills for skiing & snowboarding. It was
founded 52 years ago by Austrian Alpine skier Josl Huter. The resort is
located just north of Barrie in the snow belt region of Ontario. Today, it
contains 36 slopes, 9 chairlifts and 3 carpets. The resort is known for

being family friendly and prides itself on accommodating the
beginner skier to the most advanced skier.

For more information visit:

Hardwood Ski and Bike

402 Old Barrie Rd W, Oro-Medonte
Hardwood Ski and Bike has over 40 km of beautiful, rolling trails
through hardwood and pine forests for cross-country skiing. The trail
network consists of 8 different loops ranging from 3 km to 22 km.  There
is a trail for every level of ability, from beginner to elite racer on

terrain that ranges from gently rolling to challenging.
Hardwood grooms all of the trails for both Classic and Skate skiing,
using the new, state of the art grooming equipment. This equipment
allows us to groom in all snow conditions, no matter what. Voted 6 years
in a row by Get Out There Magazine as the best cross-country ski

facility in eastern Ontario.

For more information visit:

• play •

Welcome to OFSC District 7 - Muskoka

Stretching from the shores of Georgian Bay to the boundaries of Algonquin Park,
District 7 has an abundance of trails located within a two to four hour drive of Toronto. 
Our trail network provides a link between northern and southern Ontario communities in

the Highways 11 & 400 corridors, translating into unlimited touring opportunities!

It’s not difficult to understand why Muskoka is such a popular snowmobile destination.
As the first district north of Toronto with real, consistent snow conditions; the District 7 trail

network provides snowmobilers with spectacular views of frozen lakes surrounded by
snow-clad hills, valleys and thick forests. Whether your preference is short loops or multiple
day journeys, this large trail network will provide you with unlimited touring opportunities.

Each route offers snowmobilers a different riding experience with a mix of scenic bush
trails and wide-open areas. Snowmobilers never need to worry about accessibility to
services because a variety of businesses providing food, accommodations, fuel and
repair services are located along the trail.  We guarantee your snowmobiling experience
will be exciting and scenic, whether your preference is a short loop trip or multiple day


Muskoka is a hub of the Trans Ontario Provincial (TOP) trail network with a number of TOP
trails intersecting throughout the region and is an integral part of Round Algonquin Park
(RAP) Tour. Local snowmobile clubs have maintained snowmobile trails in Muskoka and

surrounding areas for over 30 years. The member clubs of District 7 maintain an
approximate 1600 kilometre network of trails covering some of Ontario’s most scenic
landscape. Clubs are members of the Ontario Federation of Snowmobile Clubs (OFSC),
which represents the 231 local snowmobile clubs who operate and maintain over 34,000

kilometres of snowmobile trails throughout Ontario.

Member clubs of OFSC District 7 include: Hill & Gully Riders (Port Sydney), Snowcrest
Riders (Gravenhurst) and the Muskoka Snowmobile Region, an association comprised

of 9 member clubs and are as follows: Algonquin (Dwight, Oxtongue), Baxter Snow
Riders (Port Severn), Du Ya Wanna Trail Riders (Huntsville), Happy Wanderers (Baysville),
Highland Rovers (Kearney, Emsdale, Novar, Sprucedale), MLSTA (Bala, Bass Lake, Port
Carling, Moonbridge), Muskoka Sno-Bombers (Bracebridge), SMART (Coldwater, Severn

Falls) and Tall Pines Snowmobile Club (Dorset). 

Ontario Federation of
Snowmobile Clubs

For more information visit:
Snowmobile trails for North Simcoe & South Muskoka #gosnowmobiling

• play •

Orillia Island Princess

209 Mississauga St E, Orillia
Our Captain and crew would like to invite you aboard our Island
Princess for a sightseeing tour. We are located in the heart of Beautiful
Lake Couchiching in Orillia, Ontario. We are one of the only Boat
Company to offer free parking in the evenings. We offer a variety of

cruises to best suit your needs and event size.

For more information visit:

Miss Midland Boat Cruise

575 Dominion Ave, Midland

Take a sightseeing cruise aboard the 300 passenger
Miss Midland and experience the sparkling water, the windswept
pines & rocky grandeur of Muskoka and Georgian Bay’s 30,000 Islands
one of the finest cruising in the northern hemisphere. The Miss Midland
departs from the Midland Town Dock located at 177 King Street,

Midland, Ontario.
For more information visit:

• play •

SS Keewatin

311 Talbot Street, Port McNicoll

The SS Keewatin began her service in the Canadian Pacific Railroad
Great Lakes Steamship fleet in 1907. Built in Glasgow Scotland on the

Clyde by the same culture and Edwardian tradition as the RMS
Titanic, built in Belfast Northern Ireland and five years older than the
Titanic herself, the Keewatin was designed with comfort, class and
beauty in mind as she transported passengers and freight on a two and
a half day journey across the Great Lakes from Port McNicoll to Fort

William and Port Arthur (now Thunder Bay) Ontario
For more information visit:

Serendipity Princess

2 Main Street, Penetanguishene
Midland Tours Inc. offers 2 ½ hour fall colour tours on the Trent-Severn

Waterway departing from Lock 45 in Port Severn, Ontario.
The Serendipity Princess cruises to the Big Chute Marine Railway –

the only marine railway of its kind in North America still in use.
The Serendipity Princess is a 265 passenger paddle-wheeler with triple

decks featuring a patio on the upper level.

For more information visit:

• play •

Escape Challenge North

Box 77, Sandhill Road, Tay Township

Big mystery awaits in these two
little rooms – choose your game!
Only 10% have solved it, without


Black Door Room
(2 to 5+ players – 45 minutes):

Your team will enter the small
utility room, filled with pipes and tools. To
get the job done you’ll need to unclog
the plumbing, find the missing hardware,

and fix the problems before it’s
time to clock out.

Red Door Room
(2 to 5+ players – 45 minutes):

Your team will enter the cozy lounge,
filled with puzzles and games. You’ll
need your wits about you to put the
pieces together, solve the riddles, and
uncover this mystery before it’s too late.

For more information visit:

Big Chute Marine Railway
Upper Big Chute Road, Coldwater

Big Chute boasts a marine railway
which transports boats over land in a

huge, open carriage. Lift or
descending boats 17.3 m (58 feet).

There is a small museum about the
old hydro electric dam that is on the
same site. It is the only marine railway
of its kind in North America. Big Chute
has large grounds for picnicking and

boater camping.

Trent-Severn 150th Birthday
Trent-Severn Waterway lockage fees
waived for all of 2017 to mark Canada’s

150th birthday.

Free Parks Canada Discovery Pass
For all of 2017 this pass gives you unlimit-
ed opportunities to enjoy National Parks,
National Marine Conservation Areas and
National Historic Sites across the country!

For more information visit:

• play •

Discovery Harbour

93 Jury Drive, Penetanguishene

A naval and military past...Discovery Harbour traces its roots
back to the original British naval and military base in Penetanguishene,
built to safeguard access to Upper Canada after the War of 1812. “His
Majesty’s Naval Establishment on Lake Huron”, (as it was first called) kept

ships prepared to supply British posts to the northwest. By 1820, it
was home to over 70 people, including sailors, officers, shipwrights,

and soldiers. Five large ships, 15 smaller vessels, and numerous
workshops and dwellings were built.

For more information visit:

Kings Wharf Theatre

97 Jury Drive, Penetanguishene

Nestled within Discovery Harbour of replica ships H.M.S. Bee and
on Georgian Bay, the King’s H.M.S. Tecumseth. A visit to the
Wharf Theatre is a pleasantly King’s Wharf Theatre takes only

rustic, 385-seat venue that offers 45 minutes from Barrie and
all the comforts of a modern Orillia, or just over an hour from
facility. Flanked by the historic Collingwood. While in the area,
buildings of a 19th century
British naval and military base, explore the communities of
the theatre is located at the Penetang and Midland, which
end of a beautiful boardwalk offer unique shops and dining
that looks on to the homeport

For more information visit:

• play •

Horseshoe Wellness

37 Landscape Dr. Oro-Medonte, ON

Ready to enjoy better health, higher energy levels, and physical

Chiropractic diversified technique • Manual therapies- soft tissue
therapy • Active Release Technique • Activator  Methods • Graston

Therapy • Rehabilitation- stretching, strengthening • Registererd
Massage Therapy • Medical Acupuncture • Custom Orthotics •

Compression Socks.
For more information visit:

Make A Mess

100 Main Street, Penetanguishene
A FUN art studio for all ages! Join us for…

Art Classes, Birthday Parties, Creative Wedding and Baby Showers,
Kids Summer Camps, Wine your art out nights 19+ and Drop in projects

Dress for the MESS!

For more information visit:

• play •

Wye Marsh Wildlife Centre

16160 Highway 12 East, Midland

The Wye Marsh Wildlife Centre was
opened in 1969 as a nature reserve
operated by Environment Canada.

In 1985, EC turned operations over
to Friends of the Wye Marsh (FWM)
and entered into a lease agreement
between FWM and EC. FWM have
operated the Wye Marsh Wildlife
Centre since 1985 as a registered
not-for-profit corporation. FWM is
committed to connecting people

with nature and promoting an
understanding of the vital role

wetlands play within the environment.
Staff and volunteers are dedicated to

conserving the Wye Marsh and the
natural heritage of the Wye Valley

while providing low impact
educational, recreational and research

opportunities to benefit present and
future generations.

For more information visit:

Sainte-Marie among the Hurons

16164, Highway 12 East, Midland

Sainte-Marie among the Hurons was
the headquarters for the French

Jesuit Mission to the Huron Wendat
people. In 1639, the Jesuits, along

with French lay workers, began
construction of a fenced community

that included barracks, a church,
workshops, residences, and a

sheltered area for Native visitors. By
1648, Sainte-Marie was a wilderness

home to 66 French men,

representing one-fifth of the
entire population of New France.
Sainte-Marie’s brief history ended in
1649, when members of the mission
community were forced to abandon
and burn their home of nearly ten
years. After extensive archaeological
and historical research, Sainte-Marie
among the Hurons is now recreated
on its original site, where the mission’s
compelling story is brought to life.

For more information visit:

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Golf Bonaire

1699 Woodrow Road, Coldwater

Bonaire Golf Course offers 27 holes of well manicured golfscape and
true playable greens. Though it’s only 25 minutes north of Barrie, golfing
at Bonaire feels like playing in a protected park. Bonaire is renowned for
its quality greens and interesting layouts that create a challenge for all
levels of golf. Step up to the challenge of their signature hole, “Island

Green”. Enjoy the beautiful view from the Clubhouse and Patio;
overlooking five tees and four greens.

For more information visit:

Elmvale Jungle Zoo

14191 Simcoe County Rd 27, Phelpston

Discover an exciting and surroundings of the park’s 25
educational outdoor adventure acres.
at the Elmvale Jungle Zoo. Walk
along shaded and winding trails. The original site, established in
1967, was on two acres
View majestic lions, tigers and
jaguars. Delight in the playful exhibiting mainly birds and
antics of monkeys and lemurs. reptiles. Over the years, the zoo
Watch the mischievious baby has grown to include more than

animals play. Admire the 300 animals from around the
beauty of rare and exotic birds world, such as Australia, South
and other wildlife in the natural
America, Africa and Asia.

For more information visit:

• Relax •

Resorts in North Simcoe and South Muskoka

#relax2017 • #thecottageshack • #thecorys

• relax •

Get away from the everyday at a picture perfect lake front Inn.  
Enjoy nature and unplug with the luxury of a comfortable room to return
to.  Slow life down on a crystal clear Muskoka peninsula.  Our dining room,
The View at Christie’s, offers incredible panoramic views with scrumptious

local, seasonal items.  Indulge yourself with the ultimate relaxation
experience in the inviting Avalon Spa.  Choose a traditional style Inn

room or a beautiful suite for the perfect getaway close to home.

Fun and exciting activities are never far away at Christie’s Mill Inn
and Spa. Enjoy a variety of golf courses or one of the many local
attractions which are open seasonally. Visiting the year round Wye Marsh
Wildlife Centre is a great way to experience nature and get a great
work out at the same time. Afterwards, take a soothing dip in our

indoor pool or relaxing soak in the hot tub.

Christie’s Mill

263 Port Severn Road N, Port Severn

The View at Christie’s Restaurant:

Friday 12pm-3pm and 5pm-9pm
Saturday 8am-10:30am, 11:30am-3pm and 5pm-9pm

Sunday 8am-10:30am and 5pm-9pm

Avalon Spa:

Friday 11am-6pm Saturday 10am-6pm Sunday 10am-4pm

Reservations: Friday 11am to Sunday 2pm

For more information visit:

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Severn Lodge

116 Gloucester Trail, Port Severn

The Lodge is located in the southern part of the Muskoka Lake District
near Georgian Bay & the hamlet of Port Severn, and encompasses over
100 acres of property with 700 meters (2000 feet) of pristine waterfront. It
is situated in a quiet sheltered bay on the northern shores of Gloucester
Pool, the western most lake of Ontario’s historic Trent Severn Waterway,
and overlooks a spectacular array of picturesque pine clad islands. The
view is simply breathtaking, and it is difficult to believe that the resort is

just a short distance from the greater Toronto area.
For more information visit:

Bayview Wildwood Resort

1500 Port Stanton Pkwy, Severn Bridge

Bayview Wildwood Resort, has Bayview Wildwood offers a
been welcoming guests to the variety of modern facilities and
lakeside village of Port Stanton
for over 110 years for wonderful services to suit your needs.

Ontario resort vacations. At our all seasons Ontario resort
you’ll feel right at home with the
Whether it is a family vacation, wide range of accommodations
Weekend getaways, we offer including rooms, suites,
waterfront cottages and historic
Conference, Meeting, Wedding,
Family reunion, or Romantic houses.

For more information visit:

• relax •

At Rawley Resort, Spa & Marina, you will find a secret escape that
welcomes you, revives you, lifts your spirits and soothes your soul.
No lineups, no stress, no worries - just intimacy, serenity and relaxation.
Whether it’s a romantic getaway, a weekend of pampering or a

restorative retreat – your experience will deliver the exclusivity
and luxury that is Rawley.

The LakeHouse Spa

Waterside Rejuvenation: Unwind as our professional therapists guide
you through spa treatments, restoring balance to your body, mind and
soul. Products: The LakeHouse Spa, uses only the highest quality in skin-
care and beauty products. Our skincare product selection includes the all
natural line, Evocative Essentials and  the Hungarian organic handmade,
Eminence Skin Care.  All products  are free of parabens, sodium lauryl
sulfate and other harsh chemicals.  These collections offer a truly exquisite
experience with products that are so natural they will transform your well
being. Skincare products from Evocative Essentials & Eminence can be
purchased at the Spa. Spa Etiquette: To maintain our serene ambience
we kindly ask that you turn off cell phones and all other electronic devic-

es, speak in a low voice, and no children under the age of 12.

Culinary Excellence

The Restaurant at Rawley is known for the best dining experience in the
region. Executive Chef, Kay Bonsu, orchestrates a symphony of flavours

from locally-sourced produce to tempt even the most sophisticated
palate. We serve breakfast, lunch & dinner in our dining room & piano bar,

or on our outdoor patio by the water. Reservations are recommended.

Rawley Resort

2900 Kellys Road, Waubaushene

For more information visit:

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Valley Resort

1101 Horseshoe Valley Rd W, Barrie

Enjoy the local flavours and
seasonal menus at our
restaurants and eateries
Horseshoe Resort has an

eclectic offering of dining

options whatever your taste.
From the finger licking fare of the
Crazy Horse Sports Bar & Grill, to

the mouth watering delicacies
of the Inn Steakhouse, and we

don’t stop there.

If you are joining us for a day on
the slopes, don’t forget to check
out our Alpine Cafeteria or Shoe

Brew Cafe for a Slopeside treat.
Horseshoe Resort invites you to
a place where tranquility calms
the mind, body and soul. Leave
the worries and stresses of the
outside world at the door, and
immerse your senses in an oasis
of relaxation. Offering the finest

spa services available, our
highly trained staff uses only
the best products to achieve

optimum results from your
chosen treatment. With a
selection of soothing body
treatments, massage therapy,

facials, manicures and
pedicures you can enhance

your stay with a treatment

package custom designed
just for you.  Our Spa team
has members fully trained in
Relaxation Massage (RM) and
Registered Massage Therapy
(RMT).  If you require a receipt
from an RMT for insurance
purposes, please request this
when you book your massage


Horseshoe Resort is much more

than alpine skiing and cross
country skiing.  

Horseshoe  has an amazing
variety of winter activities for
you to explore.  Make the most

of your getaway by
experiencing the best of
outdoor adventure in the
natural, scenic surroundings

of Horseshoe Valley!

For additional information on
winter activities please call

For more information visit:

• 2017 events •

• Winterfest in Midland - Feb. 3 - 5
• Barrie Winterfest - Feb 4 - 5
• Winterama in Penetanguishene - Feb 17 - 20

• Muskoka Builders’ Association Home & Cottage Show - April 28 - 30
• 37th Annual Orillia Perch Festival - April 22 - May 13
• Elmvale Maple Syrup Festival - April 29

• Orillia Spring Boat, Cottage & Outdoor Show - June 09 - June 11
• The Muskoka Powerboat Races - June 24 - 25
• Midland Butter Tart Festival - June 10th

• Canada Day 150, Port Severn Park - July 1

• Orillia Waterfront Festival - August 11 - August 13
• Midland County Fair - August 13-19
• Sainte-Marie by Candlelight - Thursday evenings July 5 - August 30

• Severn Bridge Fall Fair - Sept 9
• 165th Oro World’s Fair - September 15 - 16
• Coldwater Fall Fair - September 22 - 24
• 167th Orillia Fall Fair  - Sept. 8-10

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