Where To Take A Cranberry Plunge This Fall

Wade Into A Sea Of Red Cranberries For The Ultimate Fall Photo

Sure the fall foliage colour in Ontario is all the rage right now, but there’s a second activity that also involves Fall colours that will make your Instagram feed pop with bright red fresh cranberries. Not only is it the trendy unique fall activity to do, but it provides a stunning colourful photo opportunity for photographers, nature lovers and instragrammers.

Have You Ever Wanted to Swim With Cranberries?

Fall is cranberry harvest time in Muskoka and we know the best cranberry farm where you can get up close and personal for cranberry pictures right IN the bog.  Johnston’s Cranberry Marsh has been growing cranberries on their family farm since 1950. The cranberry bog plunge is one activity of many they offer. There is something to do at the cranberry bog in all seasons, by the way!  In case you miss the plunge this year.

The Cranberry Plunge has become a popular activity with it’s stunning natural beauty and has become an all around must-do Muskoka experience. The event is family friendly with restrictions and guidelines below. It’s not for littles.

400 Eleven does the Cranberry Plunge at Muskoka Lakes Farm & Winery

About Cranberry Growing

Cranberries grow in bogs, at harvest time, the bog is flooded and the cranberries float making the bog a sea of beautiful red. When you put on a stylish camo green chest wader overall, you can step out and into a sea of floating cranberries and play around making the best Fall photos of all your friends. Johnston’s Cranberry Marsh has 27 acres to pick and produces around 300,000-400,000 lbs of cranberries.

Fall Highlights & Harvest Fun At the Farm

CRANBERRY PLUNGE @ Muskoka Lakes Farm & Winery

Avail Oct 5-Oct 27, 2019

Wade into a sea of cranberries!

Weekdaysbooking required, times @ 1, 2 & 3 pm (please arrive 1/2 hour early)

Weekends (10 am – 4 pm) DROP IN ONLY

Where To Go:

Muskoka Lakes Farm & Winery
Home to: Johnston’s Cranberry Marsh

When You Can Plunge:

October 5 – 27

Who Can Do This:

Anyone who is over 4′ 6″ (137 cm) to manage chest waders in the deep water. Children must be accompanied by an adult.

What To Bring:

Camera
Fun Spirit
Dry socks

What To Wear:

Comfortable clothing according to the day’s temperature. Over your clothes you will be wearing waterproof chest waders that include the boots, supplied by Muskoka Lakes Farm and Winery.

What Else You Can Do At The Farm:

Bog To Bottle Tour

Patio Menu

Walk The Trails

Harvest!  Purchase Fresh cranberries available Sept 28 to Oct 31!

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If you still have questions, feel free to ask us or the expert hosts of Muskoka Lakes Farm & Winery. Be sure to share with us your fun photos of your visit to the marsh. This has easily become one of our favourite things to do in the fall in Ontario. We know you will love it too and it will become a season tradition.


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