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Bala
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Bala

     Thomas Burgess originally from Scotland settled in the area of Bala in 1868.  He named the town after the Bala Lake area in Wales.  Mr. Burgess was the town's first post master when the office opened in 1872, the same time that the Musquosh Road joined Bala to Gravenhurst.  Rail Service arrived in 1907.  Bala consists of 3 islands connected by bridges.  It was granted town status in 1914 at which time Dr. A. M. Burgess one of Thomas Burgess's sons became its first mayor.  Bala is known as the cranberry capital of Ontario and has a cranberry festival in the fall.   

Accommodations

Resorts

Cranberry Marsh Cove Resort-near Bala

Hotels, Motels & Inns

Bala Bay Inn

Bala-Hy Motel and Cottages

Roselawn Inn

Bed & Breakfast

Bellhaven

Kids Camps

Summer Creations (Day Camp)

Activities & Attractions

Fishing

Purk's Place

Live Entertainment

The Kee to Bala

Museums & Historical Sites

Bala's Museum

Community

Organizations

Muskoka Lakes Chamber of Commerce-Muskoka Lakes, Bala

Restaurants

Enricos Unique Muskoka Dining-near Bala

Pizza Express-near Bala

Pub 169- near Bala

Sunset Patio-near Bala

Shopping & Services

Bakers

Don's Bakery of Bala

Boat & Canoe Sales, Rentals & Restoration

Purk's Place

Builders - Contractors

Westerby Aluminum & Vinyl

Building Materials & Equipment

Muskoka Lumber

Cds

Paul Brodie Concert Saxophonist

Marinas

Bala Cove Marina

Real Estate

Remax Muskoka Realty

Specialty

Johnston's Cranberries

 

 

 

 


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