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by John de Visser & Judy Ross
Welcome inside 45 of the north country's most enticing boathouses: the rustic, the charming, the grand and the glamorous. Some date back to the nineteenth century and have changed little over the past 100 years; others are recent eye-catching additions to
Browning Island, Lake Muskoka
edited by Robert Attfield
A memoir of Muskoka summers (and the odd winter) in the early 1900s: "food chilled by blocks of ice cut from the lake, a wandering cow munching oranges in the kitchen, excursions up the lake on elegant steamboats, a floating store that called at dock … "
Cottage Daze
by James Ross
Cottage Daze celebrates life at the cottage where the cottage is the main character, and family, friends, pets, and fellow cottagers are the supporting cast.
Elgin House, Lake Joseph
by Ray Love
This is a history of an important and successful summer resort in the Muskoka Region of Ontario from 1885 to the present. It details the efforts of four generations of the Love family to create a world class summer resort from modest beginnings.
Explore Muskoka
by Susan Pryke
Long-time all-season Muskokan Susan Pryke knows more about Muskoka than almost anyone around those parts, and in this thoroughly researched guide she digs deep into Muskoka history to reveal the personal stories and timeless charm behind all things ashore
Muskoka Resorts: Then & Now
by Andrew Hind and Maria Da Silva
Authors Andrew Hind and Maria DaSilva have captured the essence of Muskoka resorts, the character of their owners and their chequered histories over the past century.
Muskoka Steamships
by John McQuarrie
Photographer John McQuarrie delivers a vivid portrait of Muskoka's steamboat history and its present-day reality. This book can be gift, souvenir, or education through imagery.
Old Muskoka
by Liz Lundell
Muskoka has long been Ontario's most glamorous lake district, the holiday retreat of choice for generations of successful Americans and Canadians. In the late 1800s and early 1900s, industrial moguls from Pittsburgh such as the Mellons, Clemsons, Hillmans
Parry Sound
by Adrian Hayes
Parry Sound, at the mouth of the Seguin River on Georgian Bay, is the gateway to Parry Sound District. The town's economy and society have changed dramatically over the decades, as author Adrian Hayes shows with accurate research and colourful episodes.
by the Peninsula Lake Association Historical Committee
The Historical Committee of the Peninsula Lake Association met every week for three years to put together this anecdotal history of their lake. Full of great family album photographs.
The Cottage Bible; 2nd Edition
by Gerry Mackie & Laura Elise Taylor
The Cottage Bible is the most important reference for a cottage owner. The expert guidance is essential for any vacation home, especially one near water with unique challenges. There is year-round advice on maintenance, buying a cottage, repairing burst p
by Richard Tatley
The perfect keepsake of your visit to the charming town of Windermere or historic Windermere House, the Lady of the Lake, overlooking Muskoka's beautiful Lake Rosseau for over 100 years.
Windermere House
by Susan Pryke
This is the story of Windermere House, its famous past, its terrible destruction, and its miraculous rise from the ashes. Today, the grand Lady of the Lakes stands once again, fully restored to her former glory.
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