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The Guest House guidebook

Recreational
RIVERBOWL's 5-Pin Bowling combines classic entertainment with modern machinery and scoring equipment. They provide a unique and exciting indoor setting for celebrations like children's birthday parties, corporate teambuilding, fundraising, or even a relaxing night out with friends. Their many lanes provide ample room for your entire party. And best of all, bowling is a suitable activity for people of all ages. They also have a bar for those who just want to mingle , get a bite to eat, have a game of pool or catch some live music on those nights they host a music night.
Almaguin Bowl
310 Ontario St
RIVERBOWL's 5-Pin Bowling combines classic entertainment with modern machinery and scoring equipment. They provide a unique and exciting indoor setting for celebrations like children's birthday parties, corporate teambuilding, fundraising, or even a relaxing night out with friends. Their many lanes provide ample room for your entire party. And best of all, bowling is a suitable activity for people of all ages. They also have a bar for those who just want to mingle , get a bite to eat, have a game of pool or catch some live music on those nights they host a music night.
Katrine Beach
886-1070 Ferguson Road
The Ridge Golf Club
Almaguin Highlands Golf & Country Club (Katrine Golf)
Algonquin Provincial Park is in southeastern Ontario, Canada. Its forests, rivers and numerous lakes, including the large Lake of Two Rivers, are home to moose, bears and common loons. The park’s many trails include the Whiskey Rapids Trail, along the Oxtongue River, and the Barron Canyon Trail, with views from the north rim. The Algonquin Logging Museum features a re-created camp and a steam-powered amphibious tug.
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Algonquin Park
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Algonquin Provincial Park is in southeastern Ontario, Canada. Its forests, rivers and numerous lakes, including the large Lake of Two Rivers, are home to moose, bears and common loons. The park’s many trails include the Whiskey Rapids Trail, along the Oxtongue River, and the Barron Canyon Trail, with views from the north rim. The Algonquin Logging Museum features a re-created camp and a steam-powered amphibious tug.
Downhill skiing
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Hidden Valley Highlands Ski Area
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Downhill skiing
Located just minutes north of Huntsville off Highway 11. This is the place to be to enjoy the peaceful tranquility of nature. There are numerous hiking trails throughout the park which you can view nature in its natural settings. In the park you will find two small lakes, Mayflower and Arrowhead Lake and two rivers that run through the park, Little East River and the Big East River. On Arrowhead Lake there are four beaches that are equipped with picnic tables and lots of sand. At the main beach there is a place you can rent bikes, canoes and kayaks or if you forgot your accessories at home they also rent life jackets, paddles and bike helmets as well. You can enjoy a quiet day paddling on the lakes or down the rivers without being disturbed by motorboats as they are not permitted in the park. In the winter you can enjoy cross country skiing, snowshoeing and ice skating on the ice trai.
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애로헤드 주립공원
451 Arrowhead Park Rd
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Located just minutes north of Huntsville off Highway 11. This is the place to be to enjoy the peaceful tranquility of nature. There are numerous hiking trails throughout the park which you can view nature in its natural settings. In the park you will find two small lakes, Mayflower and Arrowhead Lake and two rivers that run through the park, Little East River and the Big East River. On Arrowhead Lake there are four beaches that are equipped with picnic tables and lots of sand. At the main beach there is a place you can rent bikes, canoes and kayaks or if you forgot your accessories at home they also rent life jackets, paddles and bike helmets as well. You can enjoy a quiet day paddling on the lakes or down the rivers without being disturbed by motorboats as they are not permitted in the park. In the winter you can enjoy cross country skiing, snowshoeing and ice skating on the ice trai.
Family attraction featuring a pioneer village with preserved buildings, a museum & steam train.
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Muskoka Heritage Place
88 Brunel Rd
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Family attraction featuring a pioneer village with preserved buildings, a museum & steam train.
Waterfront Park
Food scene
Perogie Truck.
Curb Your Appetite
165 Ontario Street
Perogie Truck.
Tim Hortons
27 Commercial Dr
Subway
5 Hilltop Road
Pizza
Yetti's Pizza
117 Ontario St
Pizza
Spicoli's Pizza
83 ON-518
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Danny's Justa Pasta
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Michaels on main
92 Main St
Magnetawan Grill And Grocery
4252 ON-520
Sightseeing
The Almaguin Highlands is rich with artists and artisans – potters, sculptors, wood-crafters, glass-workers, and painters of every medium and style. All are interesting individuals, but one in particular stands out when it comes to sheer scale of size. Artist Peter Camani has created an immense, surreal artscape of huge cast-concrete sculptures throughout his 310-acre property. Locally referred to as The Screaming Heads, the property serves as the artist’s home as well as his canvas.Visitors are welcome to wander the trails that wind through meadows, past woods and ponds, to get up close to – or even walk through – his artwork. When there, don’t forget to take a closer look at Mr. Camani’s house, surrounded by thick walls and adorned by a two-headed dragon and a warrior princess. The giant head on the back of the building houses the artist’s studio. At least one of the wall towers is a shelter for the many resident peacocks.
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Screaming Heads
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The Almaguin Highlands is rich with artists and artisans – potters, sculptors, wood-crafters, glass-workers, and painters of every medium and style. All are interesting individuals, but one in particular stands out when it comes to sheer scale of size. Artist Peter Camani has created an immense, surreal artscape of huge cast-concrete sculptures throughout his 310-acre property. Locally referred to as The Screaming Heads, the property serves as the artist’s home as well as his canvas.Visitors are welcome to wander the trails that wind through meadows, past woods and ponds, to get up close to – or even walk through – his artwork. When there, don’t forget to take a closer look at Mr. Camani’s house, surrounded by thick walls and adorned by a two-headed dragon and a warrior princess. The giant head on the back of the building houses the artist’s studio. At least one of the wall towers is a shelter for the many resident peacocks.
This is a nice, decent-sized falls that is bigger than it appears in this photo. And even though you can drive to within a two minute walk to the crest, this waterfall is unspoiled and could easily be mistaken for a true wilderness site. The falls is a wide, steep cascade, about 6 to 7 m in height and about 15 m wide at its base. It is surrounded by a round, low gorge cut out of the bedrock. The bedrock is dark, and rough, giving an interesting rugged look to the river. In order to get to the falls, you will drive through the small, passive Brooks Falls Park. It is rarely busy, but offers picnic tables and outhouse washrooms.
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Brook's Falls
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This is a nice, decent-sized falls that is bigger than it appears in this photo. And even though you can drive to within a two minute walk to the crest, this waterfall is unspoiled and could easily be mistaken for a true wilderness site. The falls is a wide, steep cascade, about 6 to 7 m in height and about 15 m wide at its base. It is surrounded by a round, low gorge cut out of the bedrock. The bedrock is dark, and rough, giving an interesting rugged look to the river. In order to get to the falls, you will drive through the small, passive Brooks Falls Park. It is rarely busy, but offers picnic tables and outhouse washrooms.
High Rock Lookout Park as it's a great place to come for a picnic, to get a magnificent view of Lake Bernard or to go for a stroll through the bush. There are picnic tables in several locations throughout the park as well as in the shelter.
High Rock Lookout Park
843 High Rock Drive
High Rock Lookout Park as it's a great place to come for a picnic, to get a magnificent view of Lake Bernard or to go for a stroll through the bush. There are picnic tables in several locations throughout the park as well as in the shelter.
Thompson Rapids
Information & cafe
Burk's Falls Welcome Centre
170 Ryerson Centre Rd
Neighbourhoods
The Village of Burk’s Falls is a vibrant and thriving community of 981 residents, offering a great quality of life and lifestyle. The Village is situated 30 minutes north of Huntsville and just shy of 3 hours north of Toronto. The Village thrives on a strong sense of community engagement and support, offering residents a sense of small community living while providing the amenities expected from larger towns. Residing within the Village creates the much-desired small-town feeling, where neighbours know neighbours, children play together, and residents support each other. The Village has experienced an increase in housing sales, indicating people from neighbouring communities are seeking to establish new residence within the Village, where the bountiful natural scenery combined with necessary services offer an all-encompassing place to live and thrive. The Village of Burk’s Falls in partnership with community groups, organizations and surrounding municipalities, provides year-round entertainment and family friendly events, no matter the season we have you covered. From Canada Day Celebrations, Fall Fairs with Heavy Horse Shows, fishing derbies, Winterfest, snowmobile and dog sled races and many more recreational and social events in our communities.
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버크스 팔스
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The Village of Burk’s Falls is a vibrant and thriving community of 981 residents, offering a great quality of life and lifestyle. The Village is situated 30 minutes north of Huntsville and just shy of 3 hours north of Toronto. The Village thrives on a strong sense of community engagement and support, offering residents a sense of small community living while providing the amenities expected from larger towns. Residing within the Village creates the much-desired small-town feeling, where neighbours know neighbours, children play together, and residents support each other. The Village has experienced an increase in housing sales, indicating people from neighbouring communities are seeking to establish new residence within the Village, where the bountiful natural scenery combined with necessary services offer an all-encompassing place to live and thrive. The Village of Burk’s Falls in partnership with community groups, organizations and surrounding municipalities, provides year-round entertainment and family friendly events, no matter the season we have you covered. From Canada Day Celebrations, Fall Fairs with Heavy Horse Shows, fishing derbies, Winterfest, snowmobile and dog sled races and many more recreational and social events in our communities.
Sundridge is a village in central Ontario, Canada, approximately 75 km south of North Bay, Ontario along Highway 11, on the shore of Lake Bernard. Sundridge is a tourist destination in both winter and summer, with boating and snowmobiling providing the main attraction. Algonquin Provincial Park is accessible nearby.
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Sundridge
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Sundridge is a village in central Ontario, Canada, approximately 75 km south of North Bay, Ontario along Highway 11, on the shore of Lake Bernard. Sundridge is a tourist destination in both winter and summer, with boating and snowmobiling providing the main attraction. Algonquin Provincial Park is accessible nearby.
Shopping
Since 1974 Hubert and Terry Lawrence have built a business that has steadily grown in variety, style and uniqueness. The Cutter’s Edge offers fine handmade furniture which is created with love and attention to detail. On Thanksgiving weekend, Hubert and Terry host an open house at The Cutter’s Edge. On this weekend enjoy an era gone by as you explore the century old barn which features three floors of furniture, giftware and sample kitchens. Stop in for a special hostess gift, or something for yourself to decorate your home and remind you of your vacation.
Cutter's Edge Standard & Custom Kitchens
1036 N Pickerel Lake Rd
Since 1974 Hubert and Terry Lawrence have built a business that has steadily grown in variety, style and uniqueness. The Cutter’s Edge offers fine handmade furniture which is created with love and attention to detail. On Thanksgiving weekend, Hubert and Terry host an open house at The Cutter’s Edge. On this weekend enjoy an era gone by as you explore the century old barn which features three floors of furniture, giftware and sample kitchens. Stop in for a special hostess gift, or something for yourself to decorate your home and remind you of your vacation.