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Port Carling Pest Control


Port Carling is an unincorporated community in the Township of Muskoka Lakes. It has been the municipal seat of the township since 1971. It has several hundred year-round residents and is a service centre for thousands of other seasonal residents in the area. Port Carling is home to our Main office and retail store, located on 157 Medora St. (Hwy 118). It is also home to the Muskoka Lakes Museum and the birthplace of author and former Lieutenant Governor of Ontario James Bartelman. Port Carling is surrounded by several communities such as Windermere, Milford Bay, Minett, Glen Orchard and is considered the Hub of the Muskoka Lakes.

Pests such as Carpenter Ants, Bed bugs, Wasps/Hornets, Mice and Spiders and Wildlife can be found in the Port Carling area. Some pests can cause damage while others can cause health concerns for you and your family. Annual Pest Control at your home or cottage is an important component of good maintenance and care. We offer comprehensive pest control programs to help you protect your Paradise. All year round.

Contact Us to discuss your Pest Control Needs

Contact US at our Retail store at 157 Medora St. Port Carling – Phone (705) 765-5199

Muskoka Pest Control has been keeping your home, cottage and business pest free for almost 25 years! Serving Port Carling and surrounding areas including Windermere, Milford Bay, Minett, Glen Orchard, we specialize in Pest Control, Pest Removal, Wildlife Control and Retail Products. We specialize in pests such as Carpenter Ants, Bed bugs, Wasps/Hornets, Mice, Spiders, Fleas and Wasps and Wildlife.

We know Pests! We know Port Carling! Call the local experts!

Mark Sampson

Mark Sampson

General Manager - Owner at Muskoka Pest Control
With almost 30 years in the industry, Mark brings a wide scope of experience and knowledge to both his customers and staff. Mark holds several licenses and has previously sat on the board of directors of the SPMAO both as a director and vice president. He is also a registered examiner through the PIC (Pesticide Industry Council).
Mark Sampson