5 Reasons to Visit Bracebridge During Fire & Ice Festival

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The town of Bracebridge, located at the heart of Muskoka is holding its annual winter festival this Saturday, January 25, 2020

Here are 5 reasons why you should plan a trip to Bracebridge this weekend to enjoy Fire & Ice Festival.

1. Snow tube right down the Main Street of downtown Bracebridge

Constructed with over 50 truck loads of snow, this festival provides you with an opportunity to slide down through Bracebridge.

Credit: Bracebridge Fire & Ice Festival

2. Take in performances by fire artists and a brilliant fireworks show at close.

3. Experience the “ICE” of Bracebridge Fire & Ice Festival

Join for Polar Rush Obstacle Course, go snowshoeing, see the ice sculpting demonstration, try out fat biking, and more!

4. Wondering what is there for small children? There is a special mini tube slide for the little ones by Ski Snow Valley, a large children’s igloo activity centre, maple taffy, The Great Canadian Lumberjack Show and live wood carving demonstrations, carnival zone featuring other fun activities like cupcake decorating, arts and crafts and more!

5. Want grown-up fun?

Try axe-throwing, take part in a few rounds of Nerf Poker at various watering holes around town. Later, don your 80s best and head over to the after-party at the The Griffin Gastropub, starting at 7pm and running into the wee hours.

Enjoy outdoor activities by organised by Liv Outside like BC Skin Skiing, Fat biking, Ice Climbing and more!

TRIP PLANNING – Bracebridge Fire & Ice Festival:

When is Bracebridge Fire & Ice Festival?

Saturday, January 25th, 2020 | 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM (Party upto 2:00 AM)

Where does the Bracebridge Fire & Ice Festival take place?

Along Manitoba Street and other venues in Downtown Bracebridge, Ontario

Is it Free to Attend Bracebridge Fire & Ice Festival?

Admission is required to enjoy the festival, including rides down the tube run.

$5 per adult/children, and free for kids 5 and under.

This admission allows you to enjoy almost all of the activities, shows, and to walk through the festival area. Some activities and vendors do charge an additional fee.



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