Muskoka Lakes

About Muskoka Lakes

The township of Muskoka Lakes is best described as “Cottage Country Paradise”, home to the jewels of Muskoka, the Big Three: Lake Muskoka, Lake Rosseau and Lake Joseph. Classic Muskoka cottages and boathouses dot the shoreline of these prestigious waters.

Real Estate Statistics
Total Listings 29
Average Price $1,311,128
Highest Price $5,750,000
Lowest Price $85,000

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29 Properties Found. Page 1 of 3.
Photo of Listing #40167052
3 Beds, 2 Baths, 1,512 Sf

1406 Mortimer's Point Road, Muskoka Lakes

$2,495,000

MLS® # 40167052

CHESTNUT PARK REAL ESTATE LTD., BROKERAGE, PORT CARLING -M131
Photo of Listing #40166324
3 Beds, 3 Baths, 1,062 Sf

1869 Muskoka Road 118 West Highway Unit# Bhv-c101 A&b, Muskoka Lakes

$989,000

MLS® # 40166324

BRACEBRIDGE REALTY - BRACEBRIDGE - M308
Photo of Listing #X5368989
4 Beds, 3 Baths

44 Joseph St, Muskoka Lakes

$1,499,000

MLS® # X5368989

THE REAL ESTATE OFFICE INC.
Photo of Listing #40160341
4 Beds, 3 Baths, 1,982 Sf

14-sr408 Severn River Shores, Muskoka Lakes

$749,900

MLS® # 40160341

ROYAL LEPAGE IN TOUCH REALTY INC., BROKERAGE, COLDWATER - M287
Photo of Listing #X5363335
3 Beds, 3 Baths

#2 -147 Medora St, Muskoka Lakes

$999,000

MLS® # X5363335

EXP REALTY
Photo of Listing #40159434
2 Beds, 2 Baths, 881 Sf

1869 Muskoka Road 118 Unit E206 Highway Unit# E206-c1,c2,d1, Muskoka Lakes

$85,000

MLS® # 40159434

BRACEBRIDGE REALTY - BRACEBRIDGE - M308
Photo of Listing #40161636
4 Beds, 3 Baths, 2,124 Sf

1869 Muskoka Road 118 Highway Unit# T301-c2, Muskoka Lakes

$159,900

MLS® # 40161636

BRACEBRIDGE REALTY - BRACEBRIDGE - M308
Photo of Listing #40161633
4 Beds, 3 Baths, 2,124 Sf

1869 Muskoka Road 118 Highway Unit# T301-d1, Muskoka Lakes

$159,900

MLS® # 40161633

BRACEBRIDGE REALTY - BRACEBRIDGE - M308
Photo of Listing #40160741
2 Beds, 1 Baths, 801 Sf

1307-7 Three Mile Lake Road 1, Muskoka Lakes Twp

$789,000

MLS® # 40160741

ROYAL LEPAGE LAKES OF MUSKOKA REALTY, BROKERAGE, BRACEBRIDGE -M59
Photo of Listing #40160411
4 Beds, 3 Baths, 2,400 Sf

1 Island Ellen, Muskoka Lakes

$4,295,000

MLS® # 40160411

CHESTNUT PARK REAL ESTATE LTD., BROKERAGE, PORT CARLING -M131
Photo of Listing #40159951
3 Beds, 1 Baths, 1,000 Sf

5 Severn River, Muskoka Lakes

$374,900

MLS® # 40159951

Keller Williams Experience Realty, Brokerage
Photo of Listing #X5352206
3 Beds, 2 Baths

1043 Kitchener St, Muskoka Lakes

$639,900

MLS® # X5352206

ROYAL LEPAGE TERREQUITY REALTY

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Muskoka Lakes, ON Community Information

The Township of Muskoka Lakes is located in the Municipality of Muskoka, approximately 2 hours north of Toronto. The community of Port Carling, in the centre of Muskoka, is home to the municipal offices.

The Frank Miller Memorial Route is the main access road from the south, looping through the Muskoka Lakes area from Gravenhurst to Bracebridge on Highway 11. Within Muskoka Lakes, the larger communities are Port Carling, Bala, and Windermere.

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Muskoka Lakes Real Estate

The Muskoka Lakes real estate market is a prestigious one, with a limited supply of highly-sought after properties. These include multi-million dollar estates, cozy boat houses, rugged cabins, and convenient condos.

These properties are distributed across approximately 60 smaller communities and developments, variously located along rugged shorelines, nestled in dense forests, or overlooking large acreages.

In all, Muskoka Lakes offers an excellent blend of new and old, where even the more contemporary homes exude a rugged charm. And what would cottage life be without a chance to enjoy the finer things? So get ready to be spoiled by all the modern amenities and luxuries, from generous hot-tubs to tall ceilings that allow the summer light to flood in through the full-length windows.

Other common features include decks, boathouses and docks for waterfront properties, and cozy fireplaces should you choose to spend the winter months here.

Combine the luxury of a premier vacation destination with the authentic comfort and charm of a rural community, and you have Muskoka Lakes real estate.

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Muskoka Lakes Highlights & Attractions

Given the name, you might not be surprised to learn that Muskoka Lakes is home to a few bodies of water. These include Lake Joseph, Lake Rosseau, and Lake Muskoka, as well as a host of smaller lakes, ponds, and tributaries. The rugged, rocky landscape lends miles of broken coastline and many islands to explore or look for a property of your own.

How many lakes are in Muskoka?

There are approximately 1,600 lakes in the Muskoka area.

Can you swim in Lake Muskoka?

Lakes in the area are excellent for swimming, complete with sandy beaches to enjoy. Make sure to stay in designated areas and watch out for water warnings as well.

What is there to do in the Township of Lake Muskoka?

Popular activities in the Lake Muskoka area include:

  • Hiking along one of the many trails
  • Spending the day at the beach
  • Taking in the lakeside views from one of the many decks or marinas.
  • Enjoying public facilities like community centres, sports arenas, and libraries.

In addition to the above activities, there are some notable attractions that people come to Muskoka Lakes to see and experience.

Popular places to visit in Muskoka Lakes:

  • Torrance Barrens Dark Sky Preserve
  • Johnston’s Cranberry Marsh & Muskoka Lakes Winery
  • Hardy Lake Provincial Park
  • Muskoka Lakes Golf and Country Club

Muskoka Lakes History

Settlement in the Muskoka Lakes area expanded during the late 19th century due to the government offering land as an incentive for the production of timber resources.

Around this time, the local politician William Robinson named the three largest lakes in the area. Two he named after his friend and associate Joseph Rousseau, and the third he named after a First Nations chief, Muesqua Ukee. This name was transposed as “Muskoka”.

In 1971, a number of local townships in the area were amalgamated to form the Township of Muskoka Lakes.

Interested in learning more about the incredible Muskoka Lakes Real Estate? Get in touch with Heather Scott online today!

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