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  • Limberlost Lodge
        Built by Gordon Hill in 1921, Limberlost had 200 miles of trails for riding, hiking and cross-country skiing. In 1941, Snow Trains transported tourists from Buffalo, Rochester and Toronto up to Limberlost.
      Built by Gordon Hill in 1921, Limberlost had 200 miles of trails ...
  • Royal Muskoka Hotel
        The Royal Muskoka Hotel, completed in 1902, was the largest and grandest hotel in Muskoka, accomodating 350 guests on 130 acres. Built and operated by the Muskoka Lakes Navigation Company, it was extremely popular until the hard times of the 1930's. Sadly, it burned to the ground in May 1952.
      The Royal Muskoka Hotel, completed in 1902, was the largest and grandest ...
  • Salle a manger, Royal Muskoka Hotel
        The dining room of the Royal Muskoka Hotel, the largest and grandest of the resort hotels in Muskoka.
      The dining room of the Royal Muskoka Hotel, the largest and grandest ...
  • Tamwood Lodge, Muskoka
        Located east of Bracebridge on Highway 118, Tamwood Lodge was originally named Tamarac Lodge due to the stand of tamarack on the property when it was built. This rustic log lodge offered families a peaceful retreat in the summer in Muskoka for 60 years. Facilities included an indoor pool, several ...
      Located east of Bracebridge on Highway 118, Tamwood Lodge was originally named ...
  • Minnewaska Hotel, Gravenhurst
        The Minnewaska Hotel, originally built in 1897, was later (1908-1916)converted to a private sanitarium for the treatment of tuberculosis. In its third life, it was used as a prisoner-of-war camp, Camp Calydor, during World War II.
      The Minnewaska Hotel, originally built in 1897, was later (1908-1916)converted to a ...
  • Beaumaris, Lake Muskoka
        Fresh air and great fishing drew tourists from as far away as Pittsburgh to Beaumaris. By 1887, The Beaumaris Hotel, pictured in this postcard, was described as one of the finest summer resorts accomodating 150 guests, with Edward Prowse as proprietor. Guests journeyed by train to Gravenhurst, then boarded steamers ...
      Fresh air and great fishing drew tourists from as far away as ...
  • Grandview Inn as seen from the air, Fairy Lake, Huntsville, Ontario.
        Grandview Inn as seen from the air, Fairy Lake, Huntsville, Ontario.
      Grandview Inn as seen from the air, Fairy Lake, Huntsville, Ontario.
  • The boathouse, Port Cunnington Lodge, Lake of Bays, Muskoka.
        Port Cunnington Lake of Bays, Ont.
      Port Cunnington Lake of Bays, Ont.
  • Britannia Hotel, Lake of Bays, Muskoka
        Britannia Hotel, Lake of Bays, Muskoka
      Britannia Hotel, Lake of Bays, Muskoka
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