Top Things To Do this March Break in Simcoe Muskoka

If you’re looking for some ways to have fun this March break and embrace winter check out some of these places in Simcoe Muskoka.


Source Blue Mountain Resort

The Simcoe Muskoka region has plenty of options for skiing and snowboarding. Blue Mountain Resort is a destination for a Winter experience to remember. They have a variety of slopes for all levels and offer a variety of packages to help you get the most out of your visit. Don’t worry if you don’t have your own equipment, rentals are always available.

Vetta Nordic Spa

Experience an authentic Finnish Hydrotherapy cycle of heat, cold, and relaxation. Enjoy a massage and afterward treat yourself to a delicious Finnish-inspired dish at their restaurant or in spa bistro.

Muskoka Lake Farm and Winery

Source Muskoka Lakes Farm and Winery

Muskoka Lakes Farm and Winery is a four-season destination. Their ice trail is popular amongst residents and visitors alike. After you enjoy a few laps around their trail, go inside for a tutored wine tasting to warm up or enjoy fondue on the patio.

Liv Outside Climbing Adventure

Source Liv Outside

Liv Outside is an outdoor adventure company located in Bracebridge. Muskoka is a hot spot for Ontario Ice Climbing because of its consistently great ice conditions, and Liv Outside offers guided Ice Climbing experiences. Whether you are a beginner or experienced climber, there’s something for all skills levels to enjoy. Climb 70 to 100 feet for an unforgettable experience and view.

Winter Chalet Dining Experience

Source Tall Trees Muskoka

Tall Trees Muskoka has created an intimate outdoor dining experience unique to Muskoka.  Enjoy a delicious dinner in one of their four candlelit chalets with twinkling lights and delicate garlands. It’s recommended to book the chalets in advance to ensure you can get your preferred date.

The Simcoe Muskoka region offers many unique winter experiences that bring people outside to enjoy the beautiful landscape that it’s known for. Embrace winter this march break by enjoying one of these experiences.

-The BDAR Team

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