Huntsville Ontario

Huntsville Ontario is a year round summer and winter and ski resort destination. Resorts, lodges, cottages, inns, hotels, and chalets are accessible via Highway 11 and Highway 60. Some of the best snowshoeing, skiing, snowmobiling and winter getaways can be combined with family getaway vacations,  Muskoka romance with exceptional spring and fall Romantic Getaways offer easy access to Ontario’s famous Algonquin Park.

The host of the G8 conference and home to Olympic Champion Darla Howell in the Slopestyle ski competition gives a certain cache as a world class resort destination. A trip to the Huntsville resort area during the winter time  will quickly define the beauty of this “Muskokas” location where Peninsula Lake,  Fairy Lake and Lake Vernon join to become the Muskoka River.   The Highway 60 corridor takes you to Ontario’s famous Algonquin Park.   Huntsville is cottage country for many.

Featured Huntsville Area Accommodation

Algonquin Park

Dwight

Port Sydney

The Highway 11 Way

Highway 11 begins just north of Barrie, and continues north and west in Ontario. It is considered by many to be the longest street (Highway in the world). Visitors heading towards Huntsville will inevitably find themselves on Highway 11. There are a number of wonderful attractions and accommodation locations along the route from Barrie Ontario to Rainy River the driving distance runs close to 1600 km. See the quick links to the various towns, villages and cities and places an Ontario road trip on the Highway 11 Way.

For More information on Muskoka towns and villages please see Muskoka Information

Fall Colour Routes

Huntsville and area can be a final destination or a starting point for a beautiful autumn trip to see the fall colours (colors) See our suggested fall colour routes that include Huntsville, Ontario and area. For latest fall colour (color) changes please see Fall Colours Leaf Change Central Ontario

Attractions in the Huntsville Area

Outdoor Experiences

Huntsville boasts of 4 beach areas immediately in town, and many more beaches in the surrounding areas such as Arrowhead Provincial Park with three quiet sandy beaches. Winter sports abound from snow tubing to downhill skiing

Huntsville Muskoka Beaches and Boat Launches

A ) Avery Beach Park & Boat Launch
B ) Hutcheson Beach Park & Boat Launch
C ) Centennial Centre Boat Launch
D) Mayor’s Park Boat Launch & Beach

See more on Muskoka and Ontario Beaches

Culture and History

See Muskoka Heritage Place, formerly Muskoka Pioneer Village

Huntsville Area Tourism Information

Official Tourism Organization:

Discover Muskoka

Discover Muskoka

Official Town Web Site: Town of Huntsville;

Muskoka Towns Near Huntsville

Bala, Bracebridge, Gravenhurst, Port Carling, Parry Sound

Family Fun Getaways Huntsville & Area (Algonquin Park,  Dwight, Lake of Bays, Port Sydney, Utterson)

Romantic Fun Getaways Huntsville & Area (Algonquin Park, Port Sydney)

Transportation