Lake of Bays, Muskoka
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Lake of Bays, Muskoka

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The Lake of Bays is situated in the Muskoka district of Ontario. The area offers outstanding natural beauty, with forests, rocky landscape and natural wetlands. As its name implies, the lake is made up of countless bays. For many years the area has been an important recreation destination.

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A: Lake of Bays, Muskoka

di Martin Broomfield, meno di 10 metri di distanza

The Lake of Bays is situated in the Muskoka district of Ontario. The area offers outstanding natural ...

Lake of Bays, Muskoka

B: Lumina Resort, Lake of Bays Muskoka

di Martin Broomfield, 230 metri di distanza

Lumina Resort: http://www.luminaresort.com Lumina Family Resort has been providing wonderful carefree...

Lumina Resort, Lake of Bays Muskoka

C: The Dock at Lumina Resort, Lake of Bays Muskoka

di Martin Broomfield, 270 metri di distanza

Lumina Resort: http://www.luminaresort.com Lumina Family Resort has been providing wonderful carefree...

The Dock at Lumina Resort, Lake of Bays Muskoka

D: Dorset Scenic Lookout

di Robert Snache, 10.9 km di distanza

The Scenic Look Out at Dorset is located just north of the community overlooking the Lake of Bays in ...

Dorset Scenic Lookout

E: The bottom of Ragged Falls

di Martin Broomfield, 14.6 km di distanza

Ragged Falls, situated just outside the western entrance of Algonquin Park. The small wild waterfall ...

The bottom of Ragged Falls

F: The Senator at Ragged Falls

di Martin Broomfield, 14.7 km di distanza

Ragged Falls, situated just outside the western entrance of Algonquin Park. The small wild waterfall ...

The Senator at Ragged Falls

G: Minnehaha Falls Muskoka

di Robert Snache, 39.8 km di distanza

Located about 100 metres from Muskoka Road 141 these waterfalls are about 4 metres in height. They ar...

Minnehaha Falls Muskoka

H: Upper Rosseau Falls in Autumn

di Robert Snache, 44.4 km di distanza

 Upper Rosseau Falls is on Highway 141 just east of Rosseau in Muskoka.  A dangerous waterfall during...

Upper Rosseau Falls in Autumn

I: House in the woods

di Jim Brks, 48.4 km di distanza

House in the woods In Haliburton Ontario Canada

House in the woods

J: Sagamo Park Muskoka

di Rick Sheffar, 49.7 km di distanza

the plaza area at Sagamo Park in Gravenhurst. Part of the new Muskoka Wharf expansion project. This i...

Sagamo Park Muskoka

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