PROBUS Pickering Lakeside
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Muskoka's steamship heritage is older than Canada. The first ship steamed Lake Muskoka in 1866 and in 2017, we marked the amazing RMS Segwin's 130 year history. She is North America's oldest operating mail steamship. Wenonah II, a modern interpretation of a traditional steamship is named in honour of Wenonah, the first steamship to sail lake Muskoka.
After visiting the Discovery Centre and having lunch on the Muskoka steamship we will head off to Johnston Cranberry Farm. Cranberries are one of Canada's few native fruits and this crimson berry comes packed with some surprising truths: Cranberries don't grow in water; they're named for their flower and they make fantastic wine!. Tour and taste on a guided journey from cranberry bog to award winning wine.
Your cost of $135 includes