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This Canadian Destination Is Called the ‘Hamptons of the North’

Home to more than 1,500 sparkling lakes fringed with palatial cottages, private golf clubs, and charming resorts, Muskoka has long been a summer playground for Toronto’s elite. A 2.5-hour drive (or 30-minute flight) from the city will bring you to this luxurious slice of cottage country. And once you’re “up north,” it’s easy to while away the days boating, hiking, biking, and lounging lakeside in a Muskoka chair (Ontario’s version of the Adirondack chair) while appreciating both simple sunsets and flashy speedboats.

Spanning six towns and townships, Muskoka’s landscape is dotted with rock formations and waterways that were carved into the Canadian Shield in prehistoric times by retreating glaciers. Read more…

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