The history of Midland literally comes to life at Huronia Museum. Besides art, artifacts, and photography collections, the museum is home to perfectly preserved buildings and immaculately recreated historical structures.
Size: as big as Midland itself—outside of the tens of thousands of historic artifacts, the museum encompasses 25 sites around the city, which can be visited on walking and driving tours
Eye Catcher: the massive Fresnel lens, a former lighthouse installment currently located in the Marine Heritage display
Permanent Mainstay: the Wendat Village, a completely restored Indian settlement originally built in 1947
Don't Miss: the Wednesday night film series, ranging from historically educational films to new releases
Go-karts zoom around a tire-lined track at Blue Mountain Go Karts, but the family-fun centre—which has been a Collingwood staple since 1964—offers a lot more than high-octane rides. Its outdoor grounds encompass batting cages, a full mini-golf course, and a 100-foot slide that was once used to train penguins for the winter games. Junior carts are available for children ages 5-10 on a designated junior track. And picnic tables make the perfect place for lunch.
For some good old fashioned fun, Springwater Lanes Bowling Ctr in Elmvale offers a bowling scene that suits both pros and families.
Parking is plentiful, so patrons can feel free to bring their vehicles.
Santa’s Village is a complex of parks that offers something for all ages and activity interests. The complex includes the traditional Santa’s Village Theme Park, which has spent six decades as the jolly old elf's summer home. Sportsland, next to Santa’s Village, offers go-karts, bungee trampolines, a rock wall, mini golf, laser tag and batting cages. Muskoka Zip Lines & Aerial Park, the newest addition to the entertainment complex, is an exciting treetop adventure with monkey lines, wobbly bridges, and ziplines. There is also an onsite campground with full-service sites and cabins to accommodate extended stays.
Muskoka Zip Lines & Aerial Park is nestled among white pine treetops, the park's attractions provide sweeping views of the Muskoka River. Ziplines criss-cross the trees from platforms located as high as 60 feet above the ground. Aerial adventure courses let participants scramble across rope bridges, climb cargo nets, and conquer other elevated obstacles. And the Jump Tower allows visitors to leap from a platform 40 feet above the ground and experience a brief free fall before a harness slows their descent.
The entrance for Muskoka Zip Lines & Aerial Park doubles as the entrance for Sportsland at Santa's Village. Here guests find even more forms of family-friendly entertainment, from go-karts and mini golf to laser tag and batting cages.
Get ready for a cultural experience unlike any other at Muskoka Wildlife Centre in Severn Bridge.
Parking is plentiful, so guests can feel free to bring their vehicles.
Here you can get the full spectrum on various cultures so stop by today and enjoy a weekend of exploration.