Have you ever felt at home in a place you've never been to? Welcome to Dwight …
Known as the "Gateway to Algonquin Park", this small town with a big heart is definitely a must. Businesses will welcome you with open arms and friendly faces, making you feel at home. Located in the Lake of Bays community, Dwight has become a popular destination with a common theme in Dwight's business: everything local.
With pretty shops, galleries, restaurants, bakeries, a sandy beach and many local attractions, Dwight is the perfect getaway. To help you with the planning What to do in Dwight List we did a tour of the city and put together some suggestions that you would like to check.
Read on to find out more!
The Moose Café u. The grill
Start your morning with a hearty homemade breakfast or lunch in the Moose Cafe & Grill, The inviting and cozy atmosphere makes you feel right at home and the staff feels like family. With bread from the local bakery and menu items prepared from the ground up, you will feel comfortable and spend an unforgettable day exploring Dwight.
fan favorite: We recommend the Great Canadian Moose breakfast: 2 eggs, grilled bacon and fries – delicious!
Take a stroll through the souvenir shop with souvenirs of Muskoka and see the work of talented local artists exhibited in the store.
Now that you have energy again, go next door to the breathtaking Cedar Creek, This beautiful shop has over 25 incredibly talented local craftsmen and artisans. Products include: art, home decor and fun treasures that spice up your life. During shopping, you will be briefed by knowledgeable staff on the various stories of the craft and those who created it.
The old Palmerhaus
Take a step back in the history of this beautiful 1870s log cabin, which offers a wonderful selection of antiques, home decor and Canadian art. The Old Palmer House has three floors of merchandise, making it a treasure hunt for the perfect product for your home or cottage.
We dare you to try to get through this part without drooling. You can smell the delicious sweets waiting for you when you drive into the parking lot Erikas, This family-owned bakery and gift shop offer award-winning delicacies and you'll find out why they are so sought after as soon as you bite into one. Customers often joke that they need a cover over their eyes when choosing their treats to avoid buying their entire stock.
Erika is also a popular stopover for breakfast and lunch. We recommend trying the all-day favorite breakfast, the Northern Cowboy – scrambled eggs, ham, onions and peppers. Delicious! Do not forget to visit the souvenir shop with Melissa and Doug's beloved and popular toys on your way.
Oxtongue Rapids hiking trail
After eating something sweet with Erika, take a break and meander Oxtongue Rapids hiking trailThe trail is a relatively easy hike, each one kilometer long, leading you along the Oxtongue Rapids to get a nice view. However, be sure to keep your kids near Highway 60 and Highway 35 fast moving river with rocky slopes to the riverbank.
Dwight Market and Pharmacy
Whether you're looking for fresh produce, pies, delectable delicacies, housewares or pharmaceutical products, you'll find everything you need. The friendly and enthusiastic staff in the Dwight Market and Pharmacy are ready to help you find exactly what you are looking for.
You would like to take a camping trip to Algonquin Park? This is the perfect shop for all your last minute needs to make sure that you have crossed all your T-shirts and dotted your I-shirts.
There is also an on-site butcher's shop selling high quality AAA meats and tailor-made cuts made right before your eyes. The best bet is to throw the AAA Ribeye Steak and the delicious lamb fillet. Why not choose both? After picking out your high quality meat, visit the cheese specialty section to find delicious products that will spice up your happy hour.
Oxtongue Craft Cabin & Gallery
You'll come across a popular 40-year Muskoka tradition during your visit Oxtongue Craft Cabin & Gallery, The longest running gallery of Muskoka. The gallery is a unique Canadian shopping experience in a quaint log cabin. This prime destination offers an exquisite selection of nature-inspired original art and crafts by over 110 Canadian artists and craftsmen. The carefully selected selection includes beautiful atelier jewelry, unique and functional pottery, glass and woodwork and many other treasures to take away and give away. owner Karen Piovaty Brings enthusiasm and style to the main and lower garden galleries and can provide a wealth of information about their talented creators.
Oxtongue Craft Cabin & Gallery The ever-evolving collection reflects the beauty of Muskoka and its relaxed country style. In addition, the gallery offers special events and workshops throughout the season.
Lake of Bays Garden Center
The year-round charming Lake of Bays Garden Center (Voted Muskoka's most popular garden center in 2019) is an ideal stopover for all your gardening and landscaping needs. Regardless of the season, they offer products to beautify your home or cottage. Take your gardening skills to the next level by getting advice from an experienced team that shares their experience and knowledge. Why do not you sign up for one of the workshops?
The Lake of Bays Garden Center offers fresh cut flowers and arrangements, annual and perennial plants, Christmas trees and foliage plants, home decor, womenswear, gardening supplies and loose bottoms (just to name a few). You want to know how to do your shopping? No sweat – they also offer delivery! If you have difficulty finding your green thumb, you can turn directly to the landscaping. Five Point Landscapingand leave the tricky things to the experts.
Dwight Beach, The shallow, white sand beach offers 150 meters of coast and is perfect for diving your feet in the water. If you feel ambitious, Dwight Beach is four kilometers away trailYou will reach Stewart Memorial Church on a quiet street.
Webster's Beacon, a family-owned business for 38 years, is a hotspot on the corner open seven days a week for all your visiting needs. The staff are known for their helpful and friendly way to enter all. They are happy to answer questions and find everything they need. Refuel petrol, groceries and gifts and enjoy a selection of treats at the Van Houtte coffee bar. A popular takeaway for lunch for the locals, Websters Beacon (a Chili Cook-off award winner and this year's favorite caterer in Muskoka), creates 10 different roasted sandwiches to be used at will. The pizza dough is rolled out every day, which you can enjoy at will or as a whole. Webster's Beacon has a surprising twist of fresh food and unsurpassed charm.
Now you have the opportunity to remember your time in Dwight Winterbottom Tattoo Business! This award-winning and newly acquired Dwight Tattoo Shop has more than 20 years of experience at its former location and creates beautiful artworks with its fine electric tattoos. The Winterbottom family has been in Dwight for over 125 years! Of course, the family business wanted to follow its family roots and bring its business to Dwight.
The Winterbottom Tattoo Shop is proud of its impeccable cleanliness and specializes in animal and skull tattoos. They are also known for their cover-up and restoration work. You draw and shape your ideas individually, so you can leave the art to the experts. They are only on an appointment basis, so be sure to call ahead.
Dwight Heritage Hiking and Biking Tour
Finish your day with the Dwight Heritage Hiking and Biking Tour, This tour takes you back in history as you explore the early settlers who made Dwight native in the mid-19th century. Follow the conduct This explains the history of every destination as you walk or drive through this charming and historic city in Ontario.
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