EXPLORING EVERYTHING FALL
Taboo Muskoka wants to help you plan your fall stay by helping you take advantage of all things ‘Fall’ happening here at Taboo and in the local area. So we thought we would consolidate information on this page to help make it easier for you to find out what’s open, what’s happening, and where you can explore the Fall season in Muskoka!
TABOO RECREATION – ADVENTURE CENTRE, LAKEFRONT AND MORE!
Taboo Muskoka has a wide variety of facilities for our guests to utilize throughout their stay. Our property comprises of three full-sized swimming pools, fitness centre, children’s playground, and five tennis courts. Paddle out on Lake Muskoka in a canoe or kayak, enjoy multiple viewing seating areas and over 8 kilometres of nature trails.
Our recreation department also offers a variety of planned activities throughout the Fall season. Activities range from arts and crafts for the kids to guided midday hikes.
DAILY ACTIVITIES IN OCTOBER AT TABOO MUSKOKA
Fall is a beautiful time to enjoy the outdoors, sit by a glowing bonfire or spend time relaxing on the shoreline of Lake Muskoka with a book and warm beverage. Allow your creativity to flow with fall-themed crafts, pumpkin carving, paddle painting and more! Below is a snapshot of our fall schedule to help you plan your getaway!
THE CRANBERRY ROUTE AND THE BOATHOUSE SPECIAL MENU ADDITIONS
Are you following the Cranberry Route this year? Our great Executive Chef Matthew has also created a few additions to the regular Boathouse menu to recognize the Cranberry Route and fall flavours! Look for the Warm Cran-Apple Crisp Cocktail and Cranberry Cheesecake on the menu and enjoy them next time you dine!
MUSKOKA FALL COLOUR WATCH
We also wanted to make it easy for you to enjoy the Fall colours – and we’ve created a page just for that purpose! Visit our FALL COLOURS page to see what changes are happening here at Taboo! (It’s kind of like our Beach or Sunset cams – but this is a photo captured by drone weekly!)
Maybe you are wondering what this is all about? The Fall Leaf Colour Progression Report is something that Ontario Parks started years ago. The report is designed to give the nature aficionado a way to monitor the canopy changes in Ontario. The report measures the percentage of colour change and the number of leaves fallen in a percentage as well. This helps you plan which areas you may like to drive through, hike, bike or canoe in for some great fall colour viewing!
We’re consolidating here again for you – here’s a link to our Local Attractions – Fall 2018 list with some of the more popular local attractions that are open while we are!