Snowshoeing at the Bracebridge Resource Management Centre
Immerse yourself in natural Muskoka beauty by heading out on the local trails this weekend. The Bracebridge Resource Management Centre is located just a few minutes north of the Cedar Lane exit, on Highway 11, and contains a series of groomed cross-country ski and snowshoeing trails. These trails are free to use and are open seven days a week.
Fat Biking at LIV Outside
Long gone are the days that 'going biking' meant waiting for the warmer weather! With winter fat tire biking, cycling has become an all-season activity. LIV Outside is located just a short jaunt away from the downtown core at 271 Ecclestone Dr, Bracebridge. You can visit their booth at the Fire and Ice Festival or head to their store to try out fat biking and take a ride through their network of groomed Muskoka woods trails.
Scenic Hike to Wilson's Falls
Here in Bracebridge, evergreen coniferous forests mix with lush deciduous forests and almost every trail leads to a waterfall! Of the many nearby trails, the wildest and most scenic would have to be the Wilson's Falls Trail. With trailhead access at Macaulay Public School on Cedar Lane, Wilson Falls provides adventurers with a 3.6 km hike that leads to a picturesque waterfall.
Recreation at the Sportsplex
Located at the north end of Bracebridge, the Sportsplex offers a variety of fun programming and recreational activities for people of all ages and abilities. Warm up before the festivities at a Yoga Specialty Workshop called "Happy Hormones" being held at the Sportsplex from 8:30 am - 9:45 am, or climb the indoor rock wall, with instruction, from 10:30 am - 1:30 pm. If you are looking for more family-fun after the festival, the Sportsplex also offers a 'toonie swim' from 7:00 am - 8:30 pm.