Just a short 4 minute drive off of highway 400 is a one-stop tax-free shop known for its food, treats, native smokes and a number of specialty souvenir items.
The Wahta Station is a busy stop for cottage country travelers due to its unique store and popular Fish and Chips restaurant next-door.
The Wahta Station is 1 of 25 stops on the Muskoka Cranberry Route, a trail dedicated to exploring Muskoka’s most popular berry.
They are proud to carry their own line of fine cranberry spreads and sauces under the name of Laura’s kitchen. The cranberries used are locally sourced from Johnston’s Cranberry Marsh.
Some of the featured clothing items at The Wahta Station include dresses, t-shirts, sweaters, jackets and hats.
There is also a wide selection of quality Canadian hand-made moccasins. A wide range of styles and sizes are available in men’s, women’s, kids and toddler.
The Wahta Station is also a great place to pick up cottage or camping necessities including firewood, ice, propane and variety of groceries.