Since 1984, a dedicated group of volunteers has ensured the Bala Cranberry Festival is an event that can’t be missed. . It is a fun filled weekend for everyone, with exceptional shopping, exciting entertainment and culinary delights, that all come together for one of the provinces most popular fall harvest festivals!
Discover handmade artists, epicurean delights, fresh cranberries dipped in candy, and long time merchants of the festival. Shop unique Canadian Handmade product, art, vintage and crafts at the Bala Arena, located on Maple Ave. A jury comprised of artists, shoppers and individuals interested in the arts, have selected and reviewed each submission to bring you quality and handmade products that meet the guidelines of the show.
Friday Feature Concert: None other than the King of Rock and Roll himself will be taking the stage for an afternoon concert on Maple Ave. This will be a can’t miss show, and is included with festival admission.
Saturday: Live local entertainment on Maple Avenue Stage, a busker square, mini midway with unlimited rides, Axe throwing, petting zoo, and children interactive booths.
Sunday October 20th is geared to the young and young at heart with a fantastic lineup of kids activities.
Who is it for?
Pet allowed outdoors only.
Service animals allowed at all locations.
Tickets : $10 for adults, Children 12 and under Free. The admission is for the full 3 days of Cranberry Weekend.
How to get tickets?
At the door
At Sawdust City and Residence Inn, Gravenhurst
Muskoka Lakes Winery
WHEN & WHERE
October 18 – 19 – 20 2019
Friday | 9 AM – 5 PM,
Saturday | 9 AM – 5 PM,
Sunday | 9 AM – 4 PM
Venue & Address
Maple Avenue, Bala
Wheelchair accessible (mostly).
Free Shuttle from Cranberry Marsh and Gravenhurst. You could avoid parking in Bala by leaving your car in Gravenhurst and taking the shuttle bus. It picks up at Sawdust City Brewery and The Residence Inn at the Muskoka Wharf. – Schedule
Admission must be shown to board the bus and are available at both Sawdust City and Residence Inn, and required for the trip back to Gravenhurst.