Private Boat Voyage
Enjoy a tailored, upscale voyage of the Trent-Severn Waterway. Your trip will be hosted by a trained uniformed captain. The boat and captain are fully insured and Transport Canada-approved. You can have peace of mind knowing that your excursion will be a safe and enjoyable experience. Rawley’s Guest Driving Service will drop you off at the dock in Orilla. From there you will enjoy & private boat tour of Big Chute & The Trent-Severn Waterway back to Rawley. A locally inspired picnic lunch, prepared by our Chef will be provided for your voyage.
We invite you to explore the region’s history, nature, and iconic landscapes at our local trails. Just a 10-minute drive from Rawley. Wye Marsh, Tay Shore Trail & School House Trail feature expansive vistas and a unique experience to connect with nature. Click here to see our Trail Guide.
Muskoka Lakes Winery
Muskoka Lakes Winery crafts quality fruit wines that reflect the region featuring a number of different styles from dry to dessert. The French call it ‘terroir’ – or taste of place. Their wines have won awards at national and international competitions. Visit the winery, tour the vineyard and cranberry patch, sample award-winning wines, hike (or snowshoe depending on the time of year) enjoy the farm’s trails, & shop the wine and gift shop.
Located off Muskoka Rd 34 within the Gloucester Pool, White’s Falls is Port Severn’s natural attraction beauty. To control water levels in Six Mile Lake, a dam was created at the top of the falls. The cascading waterfall is a wonder to see in the region.
Island Princess Boat Cruise
Sails out of Penetanguishene. The double-decker riverboat-style vessel is 66 feet long, 27 feet wide and can accommodate 200 passengers. Daily cruises will be offered from Penetanguishene beginning in July. The Georgian Shores Boat Tour will offer a two-and-a-half-hour lunch cruise, an afternoon sightseeing cruise, themed dinner cruises, and also book private charters.
Trail Ride at Glen Oro Farm
Glen Oro’s trail rides focus on creating a connection between you and your horse, emphasizing the incredible relationship between horse and rider as you move through the entire process of riding a horse – including the foundations of grooming, saddling, rider’s safety orientation, and grazing after your ride. Your path will lead you from the stables into gently rolling fields of hay, from there it winds it’s way through a hole in the wall of trees and up into a forest of towering old oaks, maples, beech, pine, and cedar. The sound of birdsong echoes through the trees, leading you up and up until you emerge into an incredible vista.