Once called North Falls, this impressive torrent of water is located within the downtown core and is one of over 22 falls that are located in and around the Bracebridge Area.
The Bracebridge Historic Walk is a lasting memorial to the early pioneers who, despite great hardships, persevered to create their own community.
Located at 15 King Street in Bracebridge, the Chapel Gallery is open year-round and plays host to many different types of exhibits. Tuesday to Saturday from 10am to 1pm and 2pm to 5pm.
Memorial Park is located in the heart of Bracebridge and is the site of the Bracebridge Cenotaph, bandstand and historic plaque commemorating the Town’s founding. The park hosts several community events in the summer months including the Bracebridge Farmers’ Market and the Bandshell Concert Series.
Bracebridge Bay Park
Situated at the base of the Bracebridge Falls, this park features amenities that include 2 acres of walkways, picnic tables, docks and a children’s beach. The park is also the site of the Bracebridge Rotary Club Canada Day Fireworks show as well as a portion of the Bracebridge Historic Walk.
Totem Pole Park
A 35ft cedar Totem Pole, which was carved by local Ontario Hydro workers in 1954, remains a very unique attraction in the downtown area.
Kelvin Grove Park
Directly opposite Bracebridge Bay Park, this park features floodlit tennis courts and picnic tables, a childrens playground with a breathtaking view of the Bracebridge Fallswith a clear view of the Bracebridge Falls (part of Bracebridge Bay park).
Built in 2005 to commemorate the 100th anniversary of Rotary International, this 2 acre destination garden is one of Bracebridge’s hidden gems. Featuring an entrance pavillion, woodlands, benches, perennial and annual beds,water features, arbours and pathways, this garden is sure to lift your spirit of all who enters.
This beautiful and serene 10 acre park features a dock and swimming beach, picnic shelter, amphitheatre newly built playground and in the winter an outdoor skating rink in the winter.
This multi-purpose facility offers hiking in the summer months and cross -country skiing and tobogganing in the winter. A trail leads to some neighbouring lagoon ponds that offer some of the best bird watching opportunities in the region.
Resource Management Centre
Located on the east side of HWY #11, just north of #117 exit, the Resource Management Centre offers attractive wooded areas and scenic vistas along the Muskoka River. With ample parking available, this park is a favourite destination for people who enjoy groomed cross country ski trails in winter, or hiking/biking trails in the summer months.
This municipally owned recreation facility offers swimming, indoor climbing, and a variety of day camps. It is also home to the Muskoka Limberettes Gymnastics facility.
South Muskoka is located in Downtown of Bracebridge on Golf Course Road and is a classic Muskoka Golf Course. The 18 Hole course boosts rolling tree-lined fairways with elevated tees and greens. You can expect to test your game and is known as the best golf value in Muskoka. In addition to golfing the facility has a restaurant, pro shop and during the winter months curling.
Muskoka Highlands proudly welcomes all golfers to come out and enjoy their facility. The facility has an 18 hole course that spans over more than 6000 yards. It features instructional programs for players of all levels, a driving range, large putting and chipping greens and a new winter indoor practice facility complete with four hitting bays and a putting green. The course is located just outside of Bracebridge along HWY 118 at 1036 S Monck Dr.
THEATRES & GALLERIES
This fourth generation family run theatre has been presenting movies since 1949. Why not catch a first-run movie in this vintage building.
Rene Caisse Theatre
Check out the best of local theatre in this state of the art 300 seat theatre.