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Located between Gravenhurst and Huntsville, Bracebridge beckons nature lovers, RV campers, art enthusiasts, and shoppers. Bracebridge is filled with unique shops, family-owned restaurants, breweries, cross-country ski trails, RV camping spots, and so much more. Visitors from all over Ontario and beyond come here to enjoy the town's abundance of urban attractions and outdoor activities.
Thanks to its proximity to Lake Muskoka and Muskoka River, Bracebridge quickly became a thriving community. Settlement began back in 1860, and by 1869, Bracebridge was already a vibrant village. Modern-day Bracebridge has a little something to offer everyone, making it one of the hottest tourist destinations in the Muskoka region.
Rent an RV in Bracebridge to discover everything this charming community has to offer. Port Carling is a good place to find RV rentals near Bracebridge, or you can widen your search for an RV in Bracebridge to include the entire province. Once you've found a rental that suits your style and budget, you're all set to experience The Heart of Muskoka and its surrounding areas.
Uncover the natural beauty of Bracebridge at the town's many recreation areas. Over a dozen community parks offer an array of experiences and amenities for outdoor enthusiasts. The swimming areas at Annie Williams Memorial Park and Bass Rock Park are great places to beat the heat in the summer. Test your abilities on the multi-use trail system at Bracebridge Resource Management Centre, open to hikers, bikers, cross-country skiers, and snowshoers. If there's a canine camper in your group, treat them to some off-leash playtime at J.D. Lang Activity Park, which offers an unfenced dog park.
Home to a handful of sandy beaches complete with scenic vistas, Bracebridge is the perfect place for beach bums. Pack a picnic for your trip to Kirby's Beach, one of the most popular in the area with a grassy foreshore on Lake Muskoka. The shallow waters at Bowyer's Beach are a good place for the kids to earn their water wings, and Muskoka Falls Beach offers a breathtaking view of one of the area's many waterfalls.
Speaking of waterfalls, no trip to Bracebridge is complete without a spot of waterfall watching. Bracebridge Falls is right in the center of town and is a quintessential experience for anyone renting an RV in Bracebridge. High Falls features not one, but five cascades along the Great Trail, alternatively known as the Trans Canada Trail.
This just scratches the surface of outdoor activities available in town, so be sure to do your homework while searching for your Bracebridge motorhome rental.
Santa's Village is a delightful place to spend a few nights in Bracebridge. Two campgrounds — Whispering Pines and Muskoka Ridge — offer over 200 sites, many of which come with full hookups and 15-, 30-, or 50-amp electric. A swimming pool is available at both campgrounds. Other extras include a playground, hiking trails, a board game lending library, fishing equipment, and boat rentals. Santa's Village is right on the Muskoka River and offers easy access to nearby attractions.
Another great place to park your campervan rental in Bracebridge is High Falls Bay. Choose a site on the beach, near the falls, or in the woods, then head out to snap photos of "The Niagara of the North." Amenities include electric and water hookups, picnic tables, outdoor toilets and showers, and a communal fire pit.
If you're feeling famished, Bracebridge offers a decent selection of international cuisine, including Thai, Irish, Japanese, and Mexican food. Once you've finished your meal, set out to experience the town's star attractions. If you're camping at Santa’s Village, pay a visit to the on-site amusement park. Cool off at the splash pad, get your adrenaline pumping on the rides, drive a bumper boat, meet some new friends at the petting zoo, play arcade games — the possibilities are endless.
Those looking for something a little more educational can drive to Gravenhurst and spend time exploring the Muskoka Discovery Centre. This museum is fun for the whole family, with an aquarium, a kids' zone packed with hands-on activities and games, and an array of displays of steamships and other unique vessels.
Art enthusiasts are also well catered for in Bracebridge, with a few art galleries to explore. Let the Cat Go Art Studio is worth a visit and hosts several workshops and classes for all ages and mediums. Learn how to weave your own tapestries, or treat the kids to a fun painting class. Check out Chapel Gallery to see paintings, sculptures, pottery, and handcrafted jewelry from local artists.
If you'd prefer getting some fresh air to wandering around a gallery, head to the Rotary Centennial Gardens. The walkways through this colorful tract are wheelchair-accessible for visitors with disabilities.