Located on the ‘Explorers’ Edge’ - the region of the Canadian Shield that is home to Muskoka, Algonquin Park, Parry Sound and the Almaguin Highlands - the town of Huntsville is famed for its natural beauty and cultural heritage and is one of Ontario’s most popular cottage country destinations.
Huntsville is chock full of charm, with cafes, restaurants, gourmet grocers and retrofitted ice cream and candy shops. The town’s Main Street is dotted with heritage buildings, boutiques, art galleries and a vintage movie theatre and hosts an array of annual events and festivals, including the Huntsville Festival of the Arts.
Home to Arrowhead Provincial Park and serving as an access point to Algonquin Park, Huntsville lends itself perfectly to outdoor recreations. Hiking, cycling, golfing, paddling and horseback riding are popular activities in the summer, while cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, snowmobiling, and dog sledding are favourites come winter. The region is also a preferred destination for fishing and ice-fishing.
Just a two-and-a-half hours’ drive northwest of Toronto, Huntsville offers natural, outdoor, and cultural attractions and is a vey popular place to rent a cottage in Ontario.+ More