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a world of activities at your doorstep
Just when you think you’ve done it all.
  Braestone is so big and beautiful and, at the same time so close to everything, there’s complete freedom to do and to be. The community’s trail system, winding through woodlands, alongside ponds and through the meadows and the farm, is
an open invitation to explore all 566-acres of the countryside. Because the area has long been one
of Ontario’s favourite year-round resort destinations, it should come as no surprise that there would be
an abundance of things to see and do.
There’s fishing for both aspiring and advanced anglers, including a unique learning program at Bass Lake.
The local trio of Snow Valley, Mount. St. Louis Moonstone and Horseshoe Resort offer some of the best snow conditions in Ontario, with alpine ski and snowboard runs, Nordic trails and terrain parks.
Horseshoe Resort boasts 30 km of ‘lift access’
cross country biking, or if road biking is preferred,
Oro-Medonte has over 800 km of paved rural roads to explore the countryside.
Golfing has always been part of historic “cottage country”. True to that resort tradition, the area offers golf as it was meant to be played, in some of the most scenic surroundings imaginable. Just two minutes
away, what was once the Orillia Golf Club is now the Braestone Club. Over the past couple of years a renaissance has been underway by the same developers of Braestone Estates. In addition to the many course upgrades, Braestone Club welcomes a brand new farmhouse inspired clubhouse and the Ktchn restaurant, a dining experience without parallel. This will make the experience of playing, and visiting the Braestone Club as remarkable as the stunning natural setting.
When it’s time to unwind, in as little as ten minutes you can enjoy all of the restaurants and boutique shops the neighbouring towns and villages have to offer.

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