Features

Pavilion

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The entertainment pavilion is available for year ’round events and is ideal for any occasion. Access to electricity and ample lighting are features as well as the amphitheater style natural rock seating. The Rotary club holds several events at the Garden’s pavilion every year including luncheon meetings and a very popular Christmas carol festival in December with a sing-along to the Bracebridge Salvation Army band. Contact Bob Jacob at the number below to book the pavilion for your event.

 


Accessibility

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There are ample parking spots in front of the entrance reserved just for Gardens visitors. Handicap vans can make a drop right at the entrance and the many level walkways – with no stairs – make getting around the grounds very easy. For those who have difficulty walking any distance, the numerous benches scattered through-out the grounds offer a chance to rest, relax, take in the breath-taking scenery and breath in the fresh air.

 


Groups

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Rotary Centennial Gardens is must see in your Muskoka destination planning. The location is great for groups with a convenient bus drop off area on Pine Street. Close to the Highway 11 and Taylor Road interchange, buses can wait at the Home Depot or Walmart lots around the corner until it is time pick up. The setting is perfect for a seniors visit on a day outing or a class visit for an educational school field trip. There is a horticultural expert on hand most days to answer questions.

 


Photography

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The Rotary Centennial Gardens is an ideal location for wedding and nature photography. Bridges, waterfalls, and beautiful flora make an ideal back-drop for photos. The pavilion has an open forum natural seating area and can be rented for receptions. The Gardens features many varieties of flora including wild flowers and those indigenous to Muskoka. The natural setting is home to a variety of mature Muskoka trees, which are in turn home to many species of birds.

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