Huntsville, ON, Canada

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Huntsville, ON, Canada

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Huntsville is a camping paradise

The largest town in the thickly forested Muskoka Region of Ontario, Huntsville is a stunning area of dazzling lakes and endless woodland. It’s also home to a thriving arts community – over 40 outdoor murals celebrate the work of famous Canadian artists and arts festivals draw art lovers from around the country. Huntsville vacation rentals are ideal for sports fans who want to spend days cheering wildly at spirited lacrosse, soccer, and hockey games as well as families looking for a brilliant base to explore the great outdoors.

Enjoy ice skating and fat biking in Huntsville

Ice skating is a traditional winter pastime throughout Canada, but Huntsville renders it utterly magical with ice skating trails that wind through fairy-tale woods and glittering snowy fields. Fat biking has become one of the most popular winter events. Adventurers can simply hop on a fat bike and trust the extra-large tires to take them cruising across snowy expanses as if they were paved surfaces. Whether you come in winter to enjoy this or head here in summer for camping in the forest and swimming in crystal-clear lakes or winter, you’ll find a Huntsville vacation rental to suit your needs.

Spine-tingling adventures in Huntsville

For a family fun extravaganza, try Treetop Trekking Huntsville and play among the treetops on aerial games, ziplines, and a giant freefall swing. Maple syrup lovers, meanwhile, can tour the Sugarbush Hill Maple Farm from May through mid-October. Visitors will learn how maple syrup is made and taste fresh maple syrup, maple butter, maple mustard, and decadent maple fudge. Many Huntsville vacation rentals are close to Arrowhead Provincial Park, a wonderland of beauty and adventure in winter. Here, you can fly downhill on fat innertubes or glide along on cross-country skis.

Summer sun and winter snow in Huntsville

As Huntsville is in the snow belt region near the Great Lakes, it has snowy winters and warm, humid summers. Summer is known for its hot, sunny days and spectacular thunder storms. The cold, snowy winters of Huntsville, meanwhile, are excellent for snow-shoeing, snowboarding, and skiing, and staying warm indoors to peruse local museums.

Huntsville’s close to the Great Lakes

Situated on the vast Canadian Shield, Huntsville is a hilly city crisscrossed by the Muskoka River and Big East River, and dotted with stunning tree-lined Mary Lake, Lake Vernon, and Fairy Lake. Within the city limits sits gorgeous Arrowhead Provincial Park, an oasis of year-round outdoor adventures. A short drive northeast lies the massive Algonquin Provincial Park with innumerable lakes perfectly suited to canoeing and kayaking. The bustling city of Toronto, set on the shores of white-capped Lake Ontario, is only a 2.5-hour drive away, with the thundering Niagara Falls a further 45-minute drive from there.