This tartan was designed by Mrs Harry Wattson and Mrs Eileen Kirkvaag of Huntsville in 1962 for the Muskoka Shrine Club. It is included amongst the district rather than corporate tartans as the inspiration for the tartan celebrates the region, rather than the Shriners.

The colours represent the pleasing harmonies of the district municipality of Muskoka:

The thrilling RED of the Muskoka fall foliage;
The delicate BLUE of our shimmering inland lakes;
The GREEN of a typical springtime Muskoka forest;
The YELLOW of the filtering rays of a mid-summer Muskoka Sun;
The GOLDEN glow of the colouring Muskoka maple;
The WHITE purity of a Muskoka snowfall;
The AMBER hue of Muskoka’s autumn bedecked woodlands.


** If you intend to weave or otherwise use any of these patterns, please be aware that you may need the written permission of the designer or producer. This information can be found in the Scottish Register of Tartans.

Y/2 R4 DY4 LR2 WG40 A20 WG10 W/4 (STA No. 1799, CIDD: 026-08-24683)