The Boat House
The Boathouse is Muskoka's retail experience unlike any other. Imagine shopping with a nice warm breeze in the air, and sounds of waves in the background. You're in luck-we made it possible. The Boathouse is situated directly over the waters of Lake Joseph, with two slips showcasing antique launches in the midst of the showroom floor. Open from May until October, we offer all your onboard & lifestyle necessities so pull the boat over, tie off and enjoy!
Been there done that! Not to worry, we all have dropped our favorite pair of sunglasses in the lake, tried to catch our hat before it blew away, and forgot to bring an extra set of clothes. We carry all the latest in fashion and accessories with brand names such as Sperry, Sebago, Polo Ralph Lauren, Gear for Sports, Jude Connally, and Island Company to name a few. Oh, did we mention we offer the largest selection of footwear north of Toronto!
Thirsty? We have refreshments for all. For the young at heart, enjoy an espresso, cappuccino, latte, or Italian soda from our coffee bar, kids have plenty of bottled beverage options or you can pick up some ice cream to cool off and of course we are always fully stocked with bags of ice.
Our business is boating! We know exactly what you need, both on and off the water. Browse through our wide selection of marine accessories or better yet, kick the fun up a notch by checking out our watersport merchandise featuring tubes, skis, trampolines, and wakeboards.
Whether it is before or after a long day of boating, fuel up at our gas dock, exchange the propane tanks or peruse the wall sized humidor full of the finest international cigars to enjoy. Also, to ensure you're experiencing Muskoka to its fullest, test drive our Hatteras hammocks while dreaming of lazy afternoons, kick the tires on our Crown Verity professional line of stainless steel barbecues, or reserve a boat from our rental fleet for the day or your entire stay! As always, our professional and experienced sales personnel can help you with all of your retail needs.
It's worth the drive to Muskoka