TENNIS, BEACH, POOLS, AND MORE!
Taboo Muskoka has a wide variety of facilities for our guests to utilize throughout their stay. Relax around one of our three seasonal outdoor swimming pools, unwind or build your best sandcastle on the longest private sandy beach in Muskoka, paddle out on Lake Muskoka in a canoe or kayak, play a tennis match on one of our three Har-Tru clay courts, two hard-surfaced tennis courts, or explore our expansive set of Taboo Nature Trails.
Taboo Muskoka Recreation Centre
The Taboo Adventure Centre is your hub for all things fun! Located right next to a heated seasonal outdoor swimming pool, children’s playground and our three Har-Tru clay tennis courts, there is an abundance of activities to partake in for all ages. Our recreation department offers a variety of planned activities throughout the season ranging from guided morning hikes to evening bonfires.
Lake Muskoka Waterfront & Beach
Enjoy Lake Muskoka as you should, on the water or in it! Lounge on our beach, the longest private sandy beach in Muskoka or borrow a canoe or kayak and paddle down the Hoc Roc River, just a short paddle from the Taboo Muskoka docks.
Open mid-May to mid-October
***Opening dates may be subject to change based on weather or water conditions.
Tennis at Taboo Muskoka
Whether you prefer hard courts or Taboo Muskoka’s new Har-Tru clay courts, we have a playing surface for all tennis players. There is nothing better than spending an afternoon playing a friendly or competitive match on one of our 5 tennis courts.
Reserve a court today! Contact our Recreation team by calling 1-800-461-0236 or through email at email@example.com. Courts open daily at 8am, clay courts closed 1pm-2pm for maintenance daily. Racquets and balls are available for guest use.
Taboo Muskoka Facilities
Taboo Muskoka has many facilities for guest use. Our property comprises of three full-sized seasonal outdoor swimming pools, the longest private sandy beach in Muskoka, children’s playground, five tennis courts, multiple sunset viewing seating areas, a basketball net and over 8 kilometres of nature trails.
To view the Recreation gallery, click here.