Community Festivals and Events in Muskoka

Community Festivals in Muskoka this Fall

 

              With summer winding down many people who aren’t from the area will assume that the time to visit Muskoka and enjoy its beautiful scenery and people is over. During the fall there are many community festivals to attend, not to mention the overwhelming beauty of Muskoka in general with the leaves changing and the multitude of trails that allow visitors and locals alike to take in the scenery. The following blog will focus on a few of these festivals and include some information on each.

 

Bracebridge Fall fair and Horse Show

  • An old fashioned fall fair with lots of fun for everyone

  • September 14th to the 16th

  • Visit www.bracebridgefair.com for more information.

 

 

Macaroni Festival

  • Located in downtown Huntsville

  • September 15th

  • Visit www.downtownhuntsvilleadventures.ca

  • Events include Mac n’ cheese contest, macaroni art, macaroni king and queen, community event bake sales and more

 

 

Community Fall Harvest Festival

  • 1177 Fraserburg Rd. Bracebridge

  • September 21st to the 23rd

  • Included with admission: hay wagon rides, playground, tractor train rides, trails, maze, field games, sand box, face painting and one free pumpkin per family

  • Also pick your own pumpkin is available as well as a snack bar

 

 

Huntsville Fall Fair

  • Huntsville Fairgrounds

  • September 21st to the 23rd

  • Including but not limited to a Horse show and a chili cook-off on the 22nd

  • Please visit www.huntsvillefallfair.com for more information

 

 

Bala Cranberry Harvest

  • 1074 Cranberry Rd. Bala

  • September 22nd to October 31st

  • Harvest season is the most exciting time of the year for cranberry producers as the literally see the fruit of their labour pay off

  • Did you know cranberries are only native to North America

  • Some of the included activities are, Watching harvest, hiking the trails, watching production of cranberry based goods, hunting for geocaches, wagon tours and taking the cranberry plunge

  • Visit www.cranberry.ca for more information

 

 

Doors Open Gravenhurst

  • 3 – 5 Pineridge Gate, Gravenhurst

  • September 29th

  • Learn about the rich heritage of Gravenhurst, walk in the footsteps of community icons, soak in the natural beauty and embrace the past

  • For more information visit www.gravenhurst.ca

 

Bala Cranberry Festival

  • Located in the small town of Bala

  • October 12th to the 14th

  • Events such as, an arts and crafts show, live music, seniors day (12th), family day (14th), as well as many local vendors

  • Visit www.balacranberryfestival.on.ca for more information

 

Rosseau Pumpkin Fest

  • Located in Rosseau Village, Victoria St. and Hwy 141

  • October 6th

  • Come for the 6th annual Rosseau Pumpkin fest and Farmers market

  • Visit www.rosseaupumpkinfest.com for more information

 

 

Let the Spirits Rise Gravenhurst

  • Located in downtown Gravenhurst

  • October 27th

  • 10 am to 1 pm

  • Halloween celebrations and family fun, trick or treating at your favourite shops, and visit the opera house for spooky activities

  • Visit downtowngravenhurst.com for more information

 

 

         We, at HRC insurance, hope that this was an informative blog that helps you plan a fun outing to our beautiful community of Muskoka! Always check online or in the local papers for other festivals and events as this is just a selection of what is available this fall in Muskoka. As always stay safe and have fun!



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