Happy New Years Everyone!

Happy New Years everyone! Thanks again to everyone who joined us for the New Years Eve dinner! We would like to thank Mike Philips for entertaining us throughout the evening with some music from Johnny cash, Bluegrass and the Blues. We appreciate all the positive responses and feedback from the event, service and food. We hope to see you all again at our next function or at The Lodge restaurant.

We have many performers, specials and event’s for everyone to look forward to this year.





The Lodge Restaurant is now open!

We Are Pleased to Announce the Opening of The Lodge
Restaurant located at the Muskoka Grandview Resort.
We Welcome Aboard local well known Chef, Greg Denardis who
will be bringing his many years of experience of Fine Cuisine.

We offer a casual fine dinning experience with great food, great service and a lively atmosphere with live bands playing all year round! Please look at our new menu for The Lodge restaurant :http://www.muskokagrandviewresort.com/dining/the-lodge-menu 

Thank you to everyone who has already supported The Lodge restaurant this week and for all the positive feedback we’ve received. 

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Recreation center is now open to the public!

We have re-opened the recreation center at Muskoka Grandview Resort! At a small fee, you will have access to the indoor pool, the indoor hot-tub, the sauna, the fitness center and the tennis courts. You can pay a daily, monthly or yearly fee to have access to the recreation center. Please call our toll-free number on 1.877.368.2583 for more information.

11995608_10153644790662899_584903649_nWe also offer some of the best accommodations Muskoka has to offer with the most spectacular views. We are going to be announcing our grand re-opening for The Lodge restaurant. We will be welcoming aboard local well known Chef, Greg Denardis who will be bringing his many years of experience of Fine Cuisine.


Thanksgiving Dinner

Muskoka Grandview hosted a Thanksgiving dinner on Sunday 11 October and we had great feedback. The chef was called out and applauded, the servers were complimented and the view was spectacular!Thanks to everyone who supported the event and we hope to see you in the near future.

We do host events and weddings at our Resort so please call our toll-free number to make reservations.


Fall in Muskoka

With a last surge from summer, and the recent shift to cooler nights, we are starting to see some colour popping up around the region. Fall in Muskoka is one of the best times of year! Renowned for its beautifully rugged landscape, Muskoka explodes during the Fall with vibrant reds, oranges and yellows.

Famed for our spectacular Fall foliage, spending Fall in Muskoka is an experience that goes unmatched. Fall colours usually last for a month, splitting the time between September and October. Typically, Colours beginning to change in north Muskoka in the third week of September.


Best view in Muskoka

The Dockside Restaurant is nestled on the shoreline of Fairy Lake. Come down to the Dockside restaurant for the great atmosphere, great food and daily specials, beer on tap, fine wine’s and also enjoy the best view in Muskoka.Fairy Lake is a beautiful lake that forms the backdrop for the historic Muskoka town of Huntsville.




Live Music this Saturday 22nd August at 6pm – Young Running

Young running is back this weekend! Come join us at the Dockside Restaurant at 6 pm for another incredible and entertaining performance by this talented band. Enjoy the beautiful scenery of the Muskoka Lake and Live entertainment while indulging yourselves in our delicious variety of foods offered at the Dockside restaurant.

We look forward to seeing you on Saturday, 6 pm, at the Dockside Restaurant!




Some History of Muskoka

Muskoka Facts

Muskoka is home to over 900 lakes, the largest ones being Lakes Rosseau, Joseph, Muskoka and Lake of Bays. Those four lakes take up 30% of the lake surface in Muskoka.

Muskoka is made up of the regions of: Bracebridge, Georgian Bay Township, Gravenhurst, Huntsville, Lake of Bays Township and Muskoka Lake Township.

Some of the rocks in Muskoka have been dated back as far as 1.5 billion years.

One of the original steamships is still running and is currently offering passenger cruises.The first resort in the area was built by William H. Pratt and was called the Rosseau House. Guests came from all over England and North America to visit.

The first inhabitants of the area were the Algonquin and Huron tribes. The name “Muskoka” is thought to have been derived from the name of a tribe chief named “Mesqua Ukee”.

While tourism during the Great Depression and WW2 declined, it started booming again after the war. People started to vacation in Muskoka once again, because going to a war ravaged Europe was not an option.

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