Looking for small-town charm with a side of natural beauty? Then a trip to Bracebridge, Ontario is definitely in order.

Known as “Muskoka’s downtown” region, Bracebridge is a lovely destination just steps from a thundering waterfall.

Hear the roar of Bracebridge Falls as you stroll through the streets and alleyways of downtown.

During the fall, the historic red brick buildings look extra picturesque against the stunning autumn colours.

The town boasts an impressive array of boutiques and restaurants, as well as a thriving music, arts, and theatre scene.

Shop and browse for unique locally made products, or flex your creative muscles by taking a painting class at the Annex art studio.

The main attraction in town is the Bracebridge Clock Tower Centre, which is described on the town’s website as a “treasure trove of artist studios, galleries and boutiques creating an incredible shopping experience in a beautiful historic building.”

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When you work up an appetite, you can sink your teeth into the town’s culinary offerings, which includes incredible restaurants, cafes, bakeries, bars, and breweries.

According to the Town of Bracebridge, a trip to their neck of the woods will “lighten your spirit and tempt your tastebuds.”

And it goes without saying that there is no shortage of incredible outdoor activities to enjoy while you’re in the area.

Bracebridge is conveniently located near all kinds of Muskoka hot spots, including the beautiful town of Bala and the famed Algonquin Provincial Park, which draws crowds from around the world for its fall views.

Don’t miss this golden opportunity to experience the charm of Ontario’s cottage country in autumn!