Our Sponsors & Supporters
Three historic lodges have generously opened their doors to the Artists of the Limberlost Studio Tour. Guest artists will display their art in historic buildings on beautiful lakes in our Limberlost neighbourhood. We thank Walker Lake Resort (Stop 1), Billie Bear Lodge (Stop 7) and Oxbow Community Club (Stop 8) for their support to our local artists.
1040 Walker Lake Drive, Huntsville ON
Walker Lake Resort will be the first stop on the Artists of the Limberlost Studio Tour. Walker Lake Resort provides a unique Muskoka experience for families, couples and businesses to retreat in seclusion and tranquility. Stay in one of their newly renovated cottages and enjoy the summer season in Muskoka on a beautiful tranquil lake. Conveniently located close to downtown Huntsville and Algonquin Park, Walker Lake Resort has many amenities on site to ensure that your vacation is memorable and enjoyable.
1341 Billie Bear Road, Huntsville ON
The Billie Bear Lodge Courthouse is the 7th stop on the Artists of the Limberlost Studio Tour. This log building began as a barn, was renovated for recreational use in the 1930s and in 2006, was rehabilitated to earn Billie Bear a Muskoka Heritage Award. Since 1906, Billie Bear Lodge has offered guests a refreshing renewal amidst the water, forest, and rock of Muskoka, providing modern comfort and convenience in an historically rustic setting. Enjoy hiking, complimentary watercraft, and over 800 feet of shoreline on Bella Lake.
1243 Oxbow Lake Road, Huntsville ON
Oxbow Lodge Studio is the 8th stop on the Artists of the Limberlost Studio Tour. Oxbow Community Club a safe, quiet, and co-operatively owned vacation spot ideally located between Huntsville and nearby Dwight. It spans 98 treed acres formerly known as Oxbow Lodge and surrounds a small, contained lake with no passway from other lakes, providing 700 ft of beautiful waterfront and private, sandy beach that is great for swimming and fishing. This lesbian cottage community offers cottages for rent to all gay-positive people. Wake up to a beautiful view of the lake and enjoy the scenic surroundings on our private well-treed property on crystal clear, clean, Oxbow Lake.
We are grateful for the generous support of the Township of Lake of Bays and these local businesses.
1012 Dwight Beach Rd, Dwight, ON P0A 1H0
The Township of Lake of Bays supports the Artists of the Limberlost Studio Tour with a Community Grant Program. The grant provides financial assistance to organizations that promote Arts, Culture & Heritage in our community. The Lake of Bays sponsorship assisted in the production of our Studio Tour brochures. This support is invaluable and appreciated by our artists.
Olympia Sports Camp’s mission is to empower each camper to be the best all-round person that he or she can be. It offers almost 100 different sport and activity camps for both boys and girls in a safe, well-equipped environment.
A friendly family-owned diner in Huntsville, loved by locals for its traditional comfort food and great pizzas, made from scratch, as well as for the comfy atmosphere! Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
1 King William St. Huntsville 705-789-5602 Closed Mondays.
A peaceful, year-round wilderness haven with twenty private lakes and more than 10,000 unspoiled acres of mixed forest, offering six lakefront lodges and cottages surrounded by extensive woodland trails and sandy beaches. An unmatched opportunity to experience nature in comfort.
Offering a variety of accommodation options with lake views, a sandy beach and recreation, Colonial Bay Cottage Resort is the perfect spot for a family vacation or a weekend get-away. Ideally situated for exploring Algonquin Park and other attractions, including, of course, Artists of the Limberlost! Located on Hwy. 60 at Limberlost Road, and open year-round for your enjoyment of everything Muskoka has to offer.
The hub of Huntsville’s creative community, HAS holds exhibitions, workshops and provides networking opportunities.
Muskoka Arts & Crafts is one of Ontario’s oldest and most well established arts organizations. MAC hosts exhibitions at the Chapel Gallery, Bracebridge, craft shows, workshops, drawing groups and more.