The Norsemen Restaurant in Huntsville is Muskoka's ultimate Bistro, with casual dining and "Old Muskoka" charm. Featuring extraordinary game, steak, seafood and ribs, the Norsemen has a reputation for great food and great times. Get off the beaten path, enjoy the lakeside view, and savour the superb cuisine. Press Huntsville Restaurant to see the menu.
Walker Lake Resort is a relaxing all-season resort nestled in the woods on beautiful Walker Lake in Muskoka. Located just 15 minutes from Huntsville and Algonquin Park, but a million miles away from it all. Seven lakeside cottages, sandy beach, swimming, fishing, canoeing, kayaking, water trampoline. Enjoy the haunting call of the loon and the tranquil quiet. Press Ontario Cottage Rentals to find your perfect Ontario getaway.
This WebCam is located at the Norsemen Restaurant & Walker Lake Resort, and is aimed north-west towards Walker Lake. Well, winter is STILL here, as you can see. You can still come and explore a winter wonderland because winter isn't going away. My snowblower threw in the towel already but you can still enjoy the cross country ski trails by the lakes in beautiful Algonquin Park and Arrowhead Park. Enjoy Muskoka's vast snowmobile trail network across forests, lakes, streams and hills stretching from Georgian Bay to Algonquin Park. The trails around here are open so don't miss out. Or just sit by the wood stove, read a book and enjoy a glass of wine while the wind howls and snow swirls over the lake right outside your door.
The Muskoka Experience is different for each person. Everyone takes away their own unique memories.
Only 2 hours north of Toronto there is a popular "cottage country" area called Muskoka. It is the ideal refuge for those escaping the hectic pace of urban survival.
There are many testimonials to the appeal of such a unique landscape, combining tranquil settings, wilderness and the opportunity for making exceptional memories. Have a look at the video on the right to hear what some of our own guests have to say.
Wilderness hiking, camping and canoe tripping is available in Algonquin Park. The town of Huntsville has a full variety of stores and services. A half dozen world class golf courses are situated throughout the area.
When planning your next Algonquin-inspired outdoor vacation, consider exploring the scenery and natural wonders from the saddle. Discover the peace and tranquility found in wilderness trail riding with Algonquin Highlands Trail Riding.
In winter there is downhill skiing at Ontario's renowned Hidden Valley Ski Resort. There is cross-country skiing and groomed snowmobile trails throughout the area.
There are dozens of lakes, and many of them have an 8 mph speed limit. (no sea-doo's or noisy water-skiing), the popular activities include swimming, fishing, canoeing, kayaking, sail boarding or just loitering on the peaceful dock with a book.
We would like to welcome you to the best Muskoka Experience available - anywhere.
In the summer Huntsville/Lake of Bays in Muskoka is the hub for great golf. Some of Canada's most renowned golf clubs like Mark O'Meara, Bigwin Island, Deerhurst Highlands and Taboo, are within a half hour's drive from the Norsemen Walker Lake Resort. Other great courses like North Granite Ridge, Diamond in the Ruff, Grandview Clublink Golf courses are even closer, so put your clubs in the car and head to Muskoka for your next golf getaway with your family, kids or buddies. And don't forget to play the 19th hole at the Norsemen Restaurant, where you can come in your shorts whenver the game is done.
Check out the Artists of the Limberlost Open Studio Weekend on August 16 & 17 2014, from 10 am to 6 pm. The Norsemen Restaurant offers a special $35 fixed price "Artists of the Limberlost dinner from 5:00pm both days. Please check out our Artist of the Limberlost Menu and have a look.
The public is invited to not only see artwork and fine craft, but to experience the working environments and to learn about the creative processes involved in each medium. The free tour features 7 studios and the work of 14 guest artists from Muskoka and beyond. The work is for sale, so everyone has the opportunity to take home a 'piece of the Limberlost' for themselves. For more information visit the web site, or call 705-635-1996.