It’s fun to mix things up and get away now and then.

In Ontario we are lucky to have so many places to visit and staycation in. Recently I headed north for a week of R&R with some friends for winter adventures. We were invited to stay at Cedar Grove Lodge in Muskoka.

I heard the agenda for the first time as we were driving up there. Our winter adventures would include snowshoeing, cross country skiing, an art gallery, dog sledding, restaurants and visits to local businesses. In this post I will be focusing on the amazing place that hosted our wild week of adventures – Cedar Grove

There was a decent amount of snow on the ground as we headed up through some of the most beautiful terrain you will ever see. We found Cedar Grove nestled into the hills and forests of the District of Muskoka. Recognized recently by National Geographic as one of the “100 places that can change your child’s life,” I have to agree. I’ve visited many places around Muskoka since I was a child and with my own kids, and it does affect you.

Cedar Grove offers many things to do, see, eat, drink and photograph all year round.

It’s a wonder people ever leave

One charming feature here is the people come back year after year. Established in the 1930’s, this resort offers all-inclusive stays for couples, families or groups in all seasons. We met a grandmother who had been coming since she was a child and had brought her daughter and grandchildren back.

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