HUNTSVILLELocated just 2½ hours north of Toronto, the Town of Huntsville is one of Ontario’s most beloved four-season destinations. Whether you live here or are visiting, spring, summer, fall and winter are all wonderful times to be in Huntsville.
There’s many great things to see and do here, including attractions such as the Algonquin Theatre with its year-round entertainment, the living museum that is Muskoka Heritage Place, as well as excellent shopping in the historic downtown area. A vast and wondrous playground that attracts tourists from every corner of the world, Huntsville is a place where people take life just a little bit easier, and maybe enjoy it just a bit differently than their big city cousins.
Huntsville’s also the perfect place from which to explore the great outdoors. Just minutes away from the protected wilderness of Algonqiun Provincial Park, its location on Peninsula Lake, Mary Lake, Lake Vernon and Fairy Lake ensure it's a boaters paradise, with numerous excellent marinas providing needed sales, service and rental. Other fun things to do in the area are skiing at Hidden Valley Highlands, or playing a round of golf on world-class courses such as those at Deerhurst, Grandview and Bigwin.
Huntsville is a destination that provides limitless opportunities for anyone who wants to enjoy life here 365 days a year.
LAKE OF BAYSJust east of Huntsville and on the way to Algonquin Provincial Park, the Township of Lake of Bays is a flourishing community with a rich history and natural beauty that has long made it one of Muskoka’s top cottage destinations.
Named for the countless curves, nooks and crannies of its extensive shoreline, Lake of Bays is a magnificent natural treasure located in the upper reaches of Muskoka that encompasses some 66,000 acres of crystal clear waters, pristine forests, wetlands, rocky outcrops and sandy beaches. The villages of Dwight, Dorset, Baysville, Hillside and Oxtongue Lake collectively make up this enchanting destination.