Welcome to Huntsville – one of Ontario’s most beloved four-season destinations. Huntsville is a vibrant, vast and wondrous playground that attracts visitors from every corner of the world to enjoy the serenity and warmth of a small community nestled amongst the lakes and trees overflowing from nearby iconic Algonquin Provincial Park.
What makes Huntsville so special? Connecting our souls with the outdoors… while experiencing everything a flourishing community can offer.
Uncongested – This is a community where you can shop with warm welcomes and extraordinary customer service in a beautiful, historic downtown, dotted with Group of Seven outdoor murals. Gather supplies from retailers across the community or from Muskoka’s only indoor shopping mall. Every ingredient you need is easily accessible in our community, or choose from a wide variety of culinary experiences – from chocolate treats to coffee shops, cafes, pubs overlooking the water and fine dining with sophisticated fare. You will find homegrown, local flavor at every turn notably situated on the water’s edge, sheltered by our stunning pines and hardwood forests or conveniently located on your way to your next adventure.
Experience our unique and friendly events ranging from international triathlons, cycling tours, marathons (with musicians en route!), paddling events, hockey tournaments and ski loppets – winter carnivals, parades, a bathtub derby (yes bathtubs… with motors!), beer festivals and fall fairs to farmers markets, fishing derbies, maple festivals and artist tours. And of course don’t forget our annual Girlfriends Getaway Weekend where ‘girls just want to have fun!’. Something for everyone to do, and ample space for you to rest your head. Huntsville has numerous options to catch some winks before you head out to explore or experience our special corner of the universe – whether you are here to vacation, do business or appease your adventurelust – we have the right place for you – from family-operated lodges and resorts, cozy bed and breakfast homes, cottage rentals and full amenity hotels and spectacular resorts – or … relish the natural beauty of the many area campgrounds as you drift off to sleep under a blanket of stars.
Stress-free – Take your time and be sure to visit our unspoiled beaches, meandering trails and unique attractions starting with Lion’s Lookout; a glorious view to open all of your senses. Take a step back in time at Muskoka Heritage Place; home of the Muskoka Museum,
Muskoka Pioneer Village and the Portage Flyer Train or venture off the beaten path to take in some incredible local art by visiting artists’ studios. And then casually end your day’s itinerary with a performance at our incredibly intimate and state of the art Algonquin Theatre. Indulge in a musical treat during our annual ‘Festival of the Arts’ featuring Bruce Cockburn, Sarah Harmer, Downchild Blues Band, Oliver Jones, and Hawksley Workman, just to name a few.
If you are travelling with young adults and monopoly or go-fish isn’t doing the trick – what about a treetop trek between boughs of a tightly woven network of trees, skate and jump at our skateboard park, ice skate along a trail at the world famous Arrowhead Provincial Park … Downhill ski, snowboard…Paintball anyone?
All of this – on the doorstep of Canada’s oldest Provincial Park with over 2,400 lakes and 1,200 kilometres of streams and rivers within its borders. Algonquin Park was named a National Historic Site of Canada in 1992 in recognition of several heritage values. Celebrate
Tom Thomson’s life in Huntsville and Algonquin Park. From 2012-2017, we invite you to join Huntsville’s celebration of the 100 year anniversary of Tom Thomson’s life and death in our area. Throughout this five year celebration, different organizations from throughout the community will be hosting events, workshops and exhibits.
Explore our unforgettable treetop challenge game and zip line courses at one of four huge Ontario locations. Feel the rush as you fly across ziplines, and climb like a monkey on balance logs, cable traverses, wooden bridges, Tarzan swings and other innovative games!
Taking full advantage of the dramatic landscape while capitalizing on elevation changes, rugged granite outcroppings and dense forests, Cupp and McBroom created a design that is a genuine representation of the region, while maintaining a highly playable, well-balanced course that has stood the test of time. Despite its pro-level challenges, this 7,011 yard course is rewarding for a variety of playing levels. With 6 different tee deck levels including ladies, juniors and seniors.
Be an adventurist and explore Muskoka like never before.
No matter your age, stage, or ability, Muskoka’s Incredible Race has an adventure for you. Explore the area like a local and uncover what makes this rustic region of Ontario so magical and revered.
Whether you’re racing down the streets of Huntsville in search of your next clue, trying a stand up paddle board, or building a Muskoka chair, Muskoka’s Incredible Race will be sure to create adventurous memories to last a lifetime!
Muskoka Heritage Place – Museum, Pioneer Village and Train is located on 90 acres of natural, unspoiled Muskoka, just 1 km from downtown Huntsville and close to Algonquin Provincial Park.
A working cross-roads community settled circa 1880 to 1910 is authentically recreated with costumed narrators and fun, creative hands-on things to do including candle-dipping, pioneer baking, one-room school house lessons and an open-air coach train ride. Included are First Nations’ encampment, beaver meadow pond, museum, pioneer dwellings, church, blacksmith shop, general store, inn, gardens and farm animals.
Eclipse Art Gallery is focused on the Canadian Artist and showcases their work to a wide audience at Deerhurst Resort in Muskoka. They gallery strives to maintain a high standard of art work that truly expresses the landscape and rugged character that is Muskoka. With a select group of recognized artists as well as new faces, Eclipse Art Gallery balances an array of different art works to entice all art lovers.
Discover Hidden Valley Highlands Ski Area this Winter! Open mid-December to the end of March for day and night downhill skiing and snowboarding. Offering a snow school, cafeteria, kids camp, childcare, ski & snowboard instruction & rentals, repair shop, retail store and membership opportunities.
Nestled in the heart of Muskoka on Peninsula Lake, accommodation is available from a variety of nearby resorts that surround this wonderful Winter destination.
Thursday to Monday 9:00am-4:00pm, Thursday – Saturday 4:30-9:00pm
‘Big Easy’ Stand Up Paddleboard Adventure
Make your first encounter with SUPs both fun and memorable by joining us for an easy, not too breezy, 5 to 6 hour river trip down Muskoka’s Big East River. We will put in at Arrowhead Park Beach and leisurely float downstream to beautiful Stubbs Falls. From there we paddle past numerous beaches where we will stop to swim, snack, play and lounge. Your trip ends at our private beach where you will enjoy hot dogs and smores over a campfire.
Celebrating its 26th season, the Huntsville Festival of the Arts has become one of Canada’s most highly acclaimed arts festivals. Based in Huntsville, Ontario, the festival covers an eclectic mix of music events, dance, theatre, literature, children’s cultural activities and public celebrations and is considered an integral summer event in the area. There are many live performances to catch throughout the year, most of them taking place at the beautiful Algonquin Theatre, right in the heart of downtown Huntsville.
Welcome to North Ridge Ranch. We are very happy you stopped by and hope that we can share the magic and adventure of dog sledding with you in Muskoka. Huntsville, Ontario is where we call home and have had our kennel for over 15 years. Owner/Operators Brad & Leah Fetterley along with over 60 amazing Alaskan Huskies make up a dynamic team that are excited to take you on an unforgettable dog sled tour through the wilds of Muskoka.
Visit our website and book a dogsledding tour today! We offer half day and one hour tours of this great Canadian experience.
Come on down to the Huntsville 100K Market held on Saturdays from 9am-2pm starting mid June to mid September. Our location is on West Street S between the Pharmasave and Trinity United Church in downtown Huntsville.
We feature some of the areas finest Makers and Shakers.
“A Destination Course” – Eighteen superb holes set in magnificent Muskoka scenery. Practice facilities, dining lounge, snack bar, private and corporate tournaments. A Par 72, 6270 yard course architecturally designed to excite and challenge the most discerning golfer. Tee it up at Huntsville Downs Golf and Country Club and experience the ‘magic of Muskoka’.
The Lions Lookout Trail can be accessed at the Forbes Hill Dr and Camp Kitchen Road intersection behind the Active Living Centre at the Canada Summit Centre. The trail follows Camp Kitchen Road along the Muskoka River to Fairy Lake. It then crosses the Portage Flyer railway tracks and heads up a steep slope to the top of the sports track. The trail continues around the track and along the roadway to Forbes Hill Dr. The view from the top of the track across Fairy Lake is magnificent. The trail is 1.5km long, and has steep inclines.
Chain of Lakes Tour
Featuring Vernon, Mary, Fairy and Peninsula Lakes
Start & End @ Huntsville
Approx. 110 km / 65 miles
About 2 – 4 hours depending on number of stops
Book your fishing adventure with HOOK IT and let guide Gary Martins provide you with an enjoyable, educational and memorable day on the water. With 20 years of fishing experience, 12 of those years competing in tournament trails. You can be sure Gary will put you on fish.
It will be up to you to HOOK IT!
Fish in comfort on board a 17’’8 Polar Kraft F/S. Powered by a 90hp Honda four stroke outboard.
Hook It headquarters is located in Huntsville Ontario. So fishing adventures will take place on the many lakes in the Muskoka & Haliburton regions & also Lake Simcoe & Lake Couchiching in the Barrie & Orillia area.
Discover a golf course that rewards all players, regardless of their score. Nestled amidst mature Muskoka forests and spectacular granite outcroppings, North Granite Ridge Golf Course was designed to provide “a natural challenge” for all golf enthusiasts. North Granite Ridge received the distinction of “Ontario’s Hidden Gem” by Teeing up Ontario Awards.
North Granite Ridge Golf Club is a Championship 18 hole golf course designed by Jason Miller. Recently voted by Trip Adviser as the best public-semi private golf club in Muskoka and consistently voted as a must play destination. The variety of holes that play through these boulders and trees utilize the elevations provided by the granite ridges is second to none. “If there is a hidden gem in the world of golf, then North Granite Ridge sparkles brightly. It is up to you to come and discover this place for yourself”.
JUST LIKE YOUR TRADITIONS,
BeaverTails® is truly one of a kind. Irresistibly delicious, artisanal Canadian pastry, always there to share special moments that make lifelong memories. Iconic indulgence since 1978, today we continue our heritage by uniquely combining our original recipe with premium quality ingredients. Served piping-hot, our hand-stretched whole-wheat pastries are both crispy and chewy at the same time. With endless flavour combinations, we promise you an experience you will never forget.
Scheduled to open mid July
“Florals + Other Beautiful Things
We are excited to share our curated collections of flowers, home goods, self-care, and art. While supporting Canadian brands and artists, our aim is to bring beauty and peace into your life. Fresh cut flowers, soothing candles, floral art, bath soaks, eco-friendly products, boho-inspired rugs, Muskoka paper goods, natural skincare, minimalist jewellery, and more… we offer a wide range of beautiful things for everyone. Kettering hopes to ease your search with our full-service floral studio and carefully selected products.”
Hours and Info
Monday | By Appointment
Tuesday | By Appointment
Wednesday | 10-5
Thursday | 10-6
Friday | 10-7
Saturday | 10-6
Sunday | 11-4
Or By Chance!
Located in a heritage building our gallery/shop features handmade jewellery designed by Joseph and Michael Reijnen as well as other artisans and designers. They featurea full service workshop and specialize in custom work, remodelling and repairs. Also a great selection of one-of-a-kind items. Check out their very own Muskoka Line featuring animals, landscapes and outdoor adventure in pendants, rings bracelets and earrings.
Treetop Trekking in Huntsville is one of the most exciting adventure activities in Muskoka, and is home to Tarzan, a giant freefall swing! Spend a fun filled day at our huge aerial game and zipline park on Highway 60 in Huntsville. Fun for all ages and all skill levels, Treetop Trekking is a great family experience.
The Hunters Bay Trail is a walking, running and cycling trail 4.6 km in length with beautiful natural surfaces and floating dock sections. It begins at the Centre Street bridge near Uponor and winds along the river, under the railway trestle, along the south side of Hunters Bay, through the Avery Beach Park and onwards under the Hwy #11 bridge to East Airport Road. This is an ideal place to relax while fishing, swimming, hiking or just to take in the beauty of the bay or the active apple orchard.
This year-round provincial park in Muskoka is the outdoor fun jewel of Huntsville. There are so many fun outdoor adventures and activities year round. You can spend an entire week in Arrowhead Provincial Park and never be bored all year long!
Outdoor adventure at the park includes:
If you are looking for outdoor fun, Arrowhead Provincial Park has it all in one place, just waiting to be discovered.
The Sweetest Spot in Muskoka!
With an obsession for creating whimsical sweet delights to compliment your special occasion or a tasty treat to brighten an ordinary day, Whimsical Bakery specializes in celebration cakes, gourmet cupcakes, custom designed cookies, pies, tarts and all things sweet.
Whimsical Bakery is moving to a custom order bakery, online classes and information blog.
Backing onto the Muskoka River, AO Huntsville features three floors of great gear and clothing for outdoor adventure. Primarily a specialty outdoor store, with the emphasis on camping equipment, paddle sports, bikes, Nordic skis, snowshoes, and outdoor clothing and footwear.
Come and experience the endless possibilities of dining, shopping & entertainment that downtown Huntsville has to offer. Enjoy dining out with the family, warm up with a latte with friends in a cafe´, or discover local artisan crafts and art.
The Fairy Vista Trail is an all season trail travelling through fields, forests and wetlands. It is for all types of recreational activity with the exception that no motorized vehicles are allowed. The Fairy Vista Trail is accessible near the corner of Hwy #60 and Fairyview Drive.
Set in beautiful Muskoka, Deerhurst Resort provides an intimate and private setting for your wellness escape. Experience the place where harmony and relaxation not only meet, but work in tandem to help you achieve complete and total well-being. With a selection of soothing body treatments, massage therapy, facials, manicures and pedicures you can enhance your stay with a treatment package custom designed just for you.
This full service spa offers offers guests amenities designed to indulge the five senses. This 8,000 sq. ft. oasis of wellness and relaxation features six full-body treatment rooms, five pedicure & three manicure stations, intimate couple’s massage room, steam room, swimming pool and whirlpool.
More Than Just Art is a place to learn, practice, process & apply the visual and healing arts. Their studio in Huntsville offers art workshops for all ages throughout the year, with their schedule including kids art programs, adult art programs, and art workshops from established guests artists. Art generates joy!
Algonquin Backcountry Ski Adventure
Goldie“Hok” skis, not too fast, not too slow, but Just Right! for your next adventure
STEP, SLIDE AND GLIDE THROUGH THE DEEP SNOWS OF AN ALGONQUIN WINTER.
Are you keen to explore Algonquin Park in a whole new way? Try our full-day guided ‘skishoe’ adventure and experience the beauty and serenity that only an off-trail exploration can provide.
Our Altai ‘Hok’ skis give you the stability and climbing ability of snowshoes (due to their width and built in gripping base section), the forward sliding and downhill gliding of a ski and the warmth and comfort of your own winter boots (we have boots you can rent if you need an upgrade)
Half day excursion is only $59
The full Algongquin Adventure is $89
Zig Zag Escape Rooms are the only one of its kind in Muskoka, and the first ‘Escape Cabins’ in Canada. Their family games have been specifically designed to engage all ages from 10 and up. Come and submerge yourself in the story, solve puzzles, codes, clues and problems and discover hidden secrets. This experience is sure to create memories and smiles for every member of your family. Catch the craze, and see why the popularity of escape rooms have sky-rocketed worldwide!
Visit Stargazers arcade. Their arcade, located inside Deerhurst Resort is open to both guests and the general public. Stargazers arcade features 16 games, many of which allow patrons to collect tickets to redeem for fun prizes. We operate by reservation only, with a maximum of 10 people (bubbling together).
The Yonge Street Trail is a natural ground trail that wends its way through mature forest. The trailhead is located at the end of Yonge St where there is a turnaround area where you can park. The trail takes about 30 minutes to walk or 10 minutes to bike ride. Please remain on the trail as private lands border the trail.
The Group of Seven Outdoor Gallery is an inspiring and dramatic mural collection featuring over 80 world-class reproductions of famous artwork by Tom Thomson and Canada’s renown Group of Seven artists.
The Gallery is a free public art experience that is designed to engage the community, residents, visitors and tourists alike. The murals are hand painted by select mural artists from across Canada, and are displayed on the exterior walls of businesses and public buildings throughout the Huntsville, Lake of Bays, and Algonquin Park region.
The public is encouraged to view the works at their own leisure through self guided tours. This year round attraction makes for an educational, fun and fascinating adventure for the whole family.
This outdoor gallery is a fun take on a driving tour. Most of the murals are in downtown Huntsville and can be explored on foot. You will then want to hop in your vehicle to explore the rest of the murals in surrounding communities and in Algonquin Park. Happy exploring!
*Currently closed to the public due to Covid-19 safety measures. Offering curbside pick up between 9-4pm. Please call 2-4 hours in advance to place order of their delicious products*
This isn’t a brewery tour, it is a BREWING tour, a tour for coffee lovers! See what is brewing at Muskoka’s coffee roastery. When you brew the best coffee, word gets around.
These handcrafted blends were developed in and inspired by Muskoka. Coffees like Black Bear, which delivers a bold, well oiled, smokey taste with a growl. Or their signature flavoured coffee, Muskoka Maple, that starts with a blend of South and Central American beans, and then adds a subtle flavour that evokes memories of a cold, clear spring morning at the maple sugar shack.
Muskoka Roastery delivers their exceptional coffee all over the globe through their online shop. Plus, their most popular coffees – Black Bear, Howling Wolf, Loon Call, and Muskoka Maple – are now available in over 700 stores throughout Ontario and Atlantic Canada.
Coffee lovers will really enjoy a unique experience at the new interactive Roastery Showroom. Most Fridays from 1300-1400, one of their roasters will show you how they handcraft coffee, and you will also have the chance to purchase whole bean coffee, fresh out of the roaster. Learn first hand about coffee sourcing and their sustainability program, including videos from the countries and farms where their coffee is grown. Or just chat with the team about any aspect of the Muskoka Roastery business that may interest you.
The Showroom is open Monday to Friday 8:30am to 5pm every week. Call ahead to ensure Friday roasting schedules at 705-789-9592.
Stop in soon for a truly unique Muskoka experience!
Trillium Spa is a place of revival and clarity where abundant time and space allow for a complete renewal of spirit.
Nestled among 86 acres of pristine forest and woodlands with a spirited waterfall and lake, the spa is housed in an airy 5,000 square foot post and beam building, offering three floors of spa services including a couple’s room.
The spa services cater to both women and men; and include body therapies, body massage, facials, hand & foot care and beauty services.
A member of Leading Spas of Canada, Trillium Spa follows the highest operational and ethical spa standards.
Disconnect from the noise of everyday life and reconnect with nature and yourself at Trillium Spa.
Find Your Wild with a guided snowshoe safari in Muskoka or Algonquin Park. Your private guide will take you on a memorable journey through the snowy forested wilderness, experiencing snowshoeing at its very best and sharing stories along the way.
Choose from a number of excursions including an Algonquin Park Safari, Muskoka Safari, or even snowshoe yoga. This memorable experience is one of the best ways to experience the great Canadian winter.
Find Your Wild guided snowshoe schedule:
Welcome! The Potter’s Studio & Gallery in Huntsville is pleased to offer a variety of art inspired by life on the Canadian Shield by artists living on the Shield. If you are a lover of nature, canoe tripping, windswept trees or rambles through flora and fauna you’ll appreciate the wide variety of art displayed in this charming vintage house. Pottery by 4 potters, original paintings, prints, woodworking, cards and candles await your visit.
The onsite pottery studio is home to potter, Karen Gray, where you are welcome to see the various stages pottery being made. Karen uses Sgrafitto technique, allowing her to carve intricate designs into clay platters, bowls, mugs and wall art. Her designs range from sunflowers, shorelines, starry nights to loons, moose and beaver. Pure Canadian art at its best.
Gallery is open year round. Closed Tuesdays in the summer. See web site for hours, events and what awaits you!
Your support of local artists ensures communities stay vibrant, original and alive. Thank you!
The Legend of Muskoka’s “Fairy Tale Skate Through the Canadian Forest” Continues to Grow! Already in 2017 it was named as one of the Top 50 Canadian Winter Experiences, and just recently named one of 19 Stunning Natural Ice Skating Rinks Around the World by Travel+Leisure.
Ontario’s best kept secret…might not be a secret anymore. The Ice Trail at Arrowhead Provincial Park has become one of the region’s most popular winter attractions, and one of the province’s most sought after winter ‘bucket list’ experiences.
The 1.3 km Ice Skating trail winds through the thick Muskoka forest and is a winter experience like no other. If you get to skate the loop after a fluffy snowfall, consider yourself in luck. Being surrounded on all sides by snow-covered evergreen trees is an absolutely stunning sight, and one that you won’t soon forget.
Bring your family and watch your kids whip around the track with the perfect backdrop, or surprise your loved one with a romantic ‘hand-holding’ skate through the forest.
With sweeping views of the lake, a challenging layout, and meticulous grooming from tee to green, it is evident why Deerhurst Lakeside has gained a reputation as a fair, fun and challenging course for players of all skill levels. For a quick round or a chance to warm up before the big links, the par 64 Deerhurst Lakeside lets you use every club in your bag. The driving range, practice green and well-equipped Pro Shop are great places to gear up and fine-tune your game.
Silvija is a visual artist who work embodies contemporary landscapes, colourful resins, and pen & ink renderings blended with a touch of abstract. Her pieces often combine acrylics with India ink. Silvija studied Visual Arts at York University and holds a Graphic Arts degree from Ryerson University. She has exhibited in juried, solo, and group shows and her work is held in private collections in Canada.
Believing in the importance of giving back to the arts community, Silvija served on the Executive Board of the Richmond Hill Group of Artists and has volunteered on several exhibition committees. She is honoured to have been invited as guest instructor for art workshops at St. Clement’s School in Toronto.
A cottage resort located on beautiful Peninsula Lake, Cedar Grove Lodge is stretched along 1500 feet of picturesque Muskoka shoreline. Many of our cabins are log and all feature a wood-burning fieldstone fireplace. Packages include three meals per day which are served in our dining room. Experience “A Muskoka Tradition”. Open all four seasons.
Winter brings skating on the lake, cross country skiing and snowshoeing. Fall is a time of crisp air and walks amongst the spectacular autumn colour. In spring canoe, fish or visit the Moose in Algonquin Park. An Eco Friendly resort rated 4 green leaves by the Audubon Eco Rating program. View over 100 photos and rates on our website.
Enjoy a weekend or a week of an exciting camping experience with the help of Lagoon Tent and Trailer Park. We are located in Huntsville, Ontario. and we offer access to lodging and campground experts. We are here to help take you away from the “ordinary” and provide you with the “extraordinary Camping Tent and Trailer experience” Contact us now for fantastic camping packages at prices that will not break your budget.
Whether you are a business or a leisure traveler, we at Lagoon Tent and Trailer Park offer the perfect camping options.
Our friendly staff is equipped with the state of the art tools that will make your experience very easy and effective. Contact us to know more about our different site options and cottage packages.
We have excursions for all, whether traveling on a budget or traveling with kids (or both!). Let us take you on your most memorable adventure yet.
When you’re looking for the perfect place to stay, Cottages On The Web can help you find a privately owned cottage that suits your needs, whether you are seeking special activities, location or size. Visit their web site, where cottages are showcased with full-page write-ups and photographs. You’ll find a wide selection of cottages and price ranges.
By request, staff also helps match the vacationer to the appropriate cottage. Don’t forget to book early for best selection. Great prices for spring and autumn bookings! Cottage owners will be delighted by the new automated service that allows for easy updates, calendar changes, and photos.
Ontario Cottage Rentals has a variety of waterfront cottages, condos and cabins for rent year-round. Our vacation rentals are located across Ontario, especially in Muskoka, the Near North, Georgian Bay, Parry Sound, Haliburton, the Kawarthas, and the Orillia/Barrie area. We pride ourselves on our exceptional customer service and selection techniques which allow us to match guests to the ideal waterfront holiday cottage or cabin rental. Our staff manage guests’ bookings from inquiry through to the day they depart, making the process as simple and easy as possible so guests can concentrate on enjoying their family cottage vacation
Our historic stone house offers up a unique country experience from our 80 acres of ponds, meadows and forest.
Our home has been beautifully restored and the old fashioned kitchen provides a hearty home cooked breakfast in an inviting setting.
The gardens and ponds entice guests to wander or just hang about with a good book. Families are welcome here.
We specialize in reunions. The Main Lodge & adjoining Dining Room Apt. have large living/dining areas, perfect for 30-40 people to socialize & dine. In spring & fall, we have various retreats: triathlon training, girlfriend’s escape weekends, golf groups, business & church retreats, men’s groups. Catered meals and linen service are available. We are close to 10 golf courses, 50 restaurants, antiques, Pioneer Village, Santa’s Village, boat shows, theatres, Algonquin Park, and music festivals. Our motto: “Whatever you may need, just ask!” We have 80% repeat business!
Welcome; relax and enjoy your luxury accommodation with private entrance. Beautiful sunken living room with wood burning stone fireplace opening onto delightful garden, stone patio and the Muskoka River. We have 1 guest bedroom. We serve a Continental breakfast. Fully equipped kitchenette with a selection of gourmet teas, coffees and bottled spring water provided. Enjoy Muskoka, paddling in the guest canoe, swimming, watching the ducks off the dock or reading in the hammock. Open year-round.
High speed Internet hook up provided. Luxuriously appointed spacious queen bedroom with garden view, overhead ceiling fan, and tastefully decorated four piece ensuite bath. Special amenities can be arranged for an additional cost to complement your stay. Flowers, chilled wine, tickets, reservations, special occasion cakes etc. Outdoor smoking, No pets. Check In: any time after 2:30 pm Check Out: no later than 11:30 am. We have two resident, friendly dogs; Maggie & Molly (black & yellow labs).
Hidden Valley Resort welcomes you to Muskoka’s only ski side, lakeside destination! Fine dining, small town hospitality, and excellent amenities work together to make our resort an excellent choice for business, pleasure and special occasions.
Conference and meeting packages are available, and can be catered to suit every need. Our expert meeting planners will assist you with planning the perfect business meeting, corporate retreat or training getaway with a capacity to host groups to 200 people. Wedding and special event packages are also available. Come and enjoy all that Muskoka has to offer at Hidden Valley Resort!
Arrowhead offers camping in three campgrounds: Roe, East River and Lumby.
Roe Campground generally offers the most private, well-drained sites. The beach near this campground is less crowded and offers great access for fishing.
East River Campground is great for RVs, especially along Road 10. It is also closest to Stubbs Falls – a wonderful area to explore. The beach here is also a designated day use beach so tends to be busier.
Lumby is divided into two sections: north and south and they are quite similar. Forest cover in Lumby Campground is mixed deciduous forest. It offers great sites for tent trailers and tents. The dog beach is located nearest to the north Lumby Campground.
The park also has roofed accommodations available that can be compared to glamorous camping.
Park activities include:
Nestled among 86 acres of pristine woodland, a spirited waterfall and private lake, The Trillium Resort and Spa, located in the heart of Muskoka, Ontario offers the perfect vacation getaway. The lakeside resort accommodations feature 6 waterfront chalets and 11 “bedsitting” cottages set amid towering red pine. For a truly indulgent experience The Trillium Spa offers an array of luxuriating spa services and treatments in the 5,000 square foot post and beam spa facility. The tranquil setting of the lakeside resort affords out guests the opportunity to relax, unwind and be pampered.
Embracing Peninsula Lake, Deerhurst Resort is your year-round retreat to Ontario’s famous “cottage country” lifestyle in Muskoka. Find your ideal mix of modern accommodations, value packages, year-round activities and special events, perfect for everything from family vacations or a weekend break to an interactive meetings with 45,000 sq. ft. of meetings space.
Featuring on-site restaurants, spas, meeting facilities, golf courses and recreation facilities, Deerhurst Resort is your perfect year-round destination.
Since 1999, Cottage Vacations is Ontario’s premier cottage rental company offering 250+ privately owned and loved waterfront cottages, from basic to luxurious.
The Banff Centre Mountain Film Festival World Tour will be online this year!
The Banff Centre Mountain Film Festival, one of the largest and most prestigious mountain festivals in the world, is doing things a bit differently this year. Due to COVID-19 concerns, the Banff Centre has decided to offer a virtual festival and world tour. You’ll be able to sign up through Algonquin Outfitters to watch the 45th world tour online, in the comfort of your own home!
Within the upcoming weeks, you’ll be able to purchase links to different film packages and Algonquin Outfitters will be your virtual host. These high-quality films will offer provocative and exhilarating explorations of the mountain world, from intriguing individuals and remote cultures to breath-taking landscapes and adrenaline-pumping action sports. For $15 USD, you’ll be able to choose from different program packages and will have three days to watch a selection of films that will total over 2.5 hours of viewing. You’ll also be able to sign up for more than one package of the Banff Centre’s curated collection of mountain and adventure films but details are pending. You can have your own private film festival! (Popcorn is optional.)
Algonquin Outfitters will supply links when more information has been finalized. By signing up online through AO, you’ll be supporting the local outdoor adventure community while enjoying the Banff Mountain Film Festival World Tour at home this winter. If possible, AO may also host a live version of the world tour on the Algonquin Theatre’s big screen at a later point in 2021.
Some of your favourite local stores are working together to offer special discounts, goodies and a fun weekend of shopping for their customers.
For every purchase made in Downtown Huntsville during the weekend, you will receive a ballot, for your chance to win donated gift baskets from our merchants!
Happy shopping and thank you for supporting your local retailers of beautiful Downtown Huntsville!
Get a kick start to your holiday shopping! This holiday gifting market will feature local and non-local crafts, one of a kind art, culinary artisans, gifting and more. Shop, sip, savour the tastes of the season. Featuring craft beer, wine, premiere spirit producers featuring holiday’s best cocktails and a specialty gourmet bites menu.
Join us for this great event at Canvas Brewing Co, Huntsville
Saturday, December 5: 12pm – 5:30pm
Sunday, December 6: 12pm – 4pm
1 hr time slots/50 ppl max/Masks mandatory
$6.00 entry. $5.00 food bank donation (optional)
This Christmas season, Natalie MacMaster & Donnell Leahy invite you into their home, virtually, to witness their music, life and preparation at Christmas time. Mostly music, it will also include candid moments around the kitchen, decorating the tree, and other bits of Christmas chaos!!
An annual family-friendly favorite, the Christmas Eve Torchlight Parade can be viewed from the Chalet or the base of the Flying Dutchman. Watch our Snow School instructors and Ski Patrolers descend the Flying Dutchman carrying brightly lit torches in a beautiful procession of lights. Santa even joins in the Parade (you didn’t know he could ski, did you?).
Join us for hot chocolate and cookies in the Chalet from 5:00-6:00pm. The Parade begins at 6:00 pm sharp.
Tobin Spring will be playing playing acoustic guitar from 5:30 to 6:30pm.
No Night Operations on Christmas Eve.
Join us for family-friendly New Year’s Eve fireworks. The chalet is open from 5:00-8:00 pm with fireworks at 6:00 pm. Live music with local musician Sawyer Lance from 5:30 to 7:30 pm. Free cookies and hot chocolate starting at 5:00. Bar closes at 8:00 pm.
Fireworks start at 6 pm sharp!
JOIN US FOR OUR 22ND ANNUAL KELLY SHIRES BREAST CANCER SNOW RUN!
January 31 – February 2, 2021 Hidden Valley Resort, Huntsville, Ontario
Join us for the 22nd annual Kelly Shires Breast Cancer Snow Run, an all-women snowmobile event to raise funds for women with breast cancer. As always, we will have some extra special surprises for everyone who participates!
On Friday, the meet’n’greet, will kick-off the weekend in Kelly style with a wonderful evening of munchies and good times! This is a great opportunity to meet new people and catch up with old friends! We will introduce your Team Leaders and Sweeps to you, reminders of trail rules and signals as well as fun prizes, draws and give-aways. Be ready to start off a weekend of fun! Make sure you join our facebook group “The Kelly Shires Breast Cancer Foundation” to keep up to date on the event.
The most Canadian of culinary trails, the Muskoka Maple Trail features stops across Muskoka that have infused locally harvested maple syrup into their culinary offerings. From maple drizzled waffles to smokey-maple ribs, maple craft beer to maple gelato, discover the incredible depth of Canada’s most beloved natural product on the Muskoka Maple Trail.
For more information, visit their website
Muskoka Heritage Place and The Nutty Chocolatier Annual Community Easter Egg Hunt
Gate opens at 12:00 noon sharp and children are split into various age groups, even the very young. They then embark upon a chocolate treasure, hunt and search for the golden eggs to win prizes. The entire event lasts one hour and admission is free. Please no pets and we allow registered service animals.
Time: 12:00 pm until 1:00 pm
Admission is FREE
Sister Act is the feel-good musical comedy smash based on the hit 1992 film that has audiences jumping to their feet! Featuring original music by Tony- and eight-time Oscar winner, Alan Menken (Newsies, Beauty and the Beast, Little Shop of Horrors), this uplifting musical was nominated for five Tony Awards, including Best Musical.
April 9 – 11, 2021 and April 15 – 16, 2021
The Muskoka Maple Festival is a family-friendly event on Main Street in downtown Huntsville, Ontario.
The Muskoka Maple Festival will be April 24, 2021 in downtown Huntsville which will feature an all-day pancake breakfast, maple syrup producers, arts & crafts vendors, unique maple items and gifts, tasty treats, live music, a beer garden, street performers, interactive events and more!
Bottoms up! Refreshing… your taste buds will be dancing! Entertaining… the jams will have you groovin’! Mouthwatering… the food will be scrumptious!
Located in Downtown Huntsville’s River Mill Park, you will enjoy a view of the beautiful Muskoka River, as you take in a day of sampling some exceptional craft beer, listening to incredible local talent and enjoying delicious local fare.
River Mill Park
This year we are hosting a Midnight Madness Street Dance, where we will start the night off with local talent and end the night with a DJ! So don’t forget your dancing shoes!
The downtown shops will be bursting out onto the street! The kids will love the activities!
Once again we are rolling out the ‘green’ carpet to our customers! The Green Street Challenge will be laying sod on Main St. and Downtown Huntsville will be coming alive outside! You can also expect wildlife thrills all day long!
All sod will be donated after the event
Presented by Ultimate Artists Live – Recreating the Experience – The Look, The Sound, and the Hits!
AC/DC are without a doubt one of the longest reigning and best selling bands in the history of rock n roll. Formed in Sydney Australia in 1973 by brothers, Angus and Malcolm, they have an impressive 17 studio albums to their credit with sales in excess of 200 million units sold worldwide. The Back in Black album stands alone as the top selling album by a band (2nd to solo artist Michael Jackson’s Thriller album) with 50 million copies sold.
For more information, visit their website
In 1913, on Main Street Huntsville, the Strano Pasta Factory was built – adjacent to Town Hall on what is currently the Civic Square. Come on out and celebrate the tastes and smells of freshly baked pasta!
More details to follow
Huntsville Festival of the Arts Presents
A Festival favorite returns! A powerhouse performer with a giant, soul-filled voice and commanding stage presence, Matt Andersen has built a formidable following by touring worldwide and letting his stunned audiences and new devotees spread the good word of his righteous tunes. His latest album, Halfway Home by Morning, is the sound of an artist laying his soul bare using the music that runs through him, with more jubilation than ever before.
Sinatra. All that cool, classy style and energy from the Rat Pack shows of yesterday are right here, right now. Take a journey with Award-Winning, Multi-Platinum selling crooner Matt Dusk as he whisks you away to Las Vegas in 1966 where he pays homage to his hero Frank Sinatra.
With new arrangements by Grammy Award-winning arrangers Pat Williams and Sammy Nestico, Dusk transports you back in time to one of music’s most elegant eras. A time when Come Fly With Me, I’ve Got You Under My Skin, Fly Me To The Moon and One For My Baby dominated the charts.
This annual Community Event is a great alternative to having your children go door to door through busy streets in traffic, in the dark. Held in the Pioneer Village within the gates of Muskoka Heritage Place, this traffic free and youngster driven Hallowe’en event proves as much of a social event for the parents as it is for the kids.
What to Expect – At our main admissions at 88 Brunel Rd. Huntsville you will be given a site map to assist you in your adventure. Individuals or businesses sponsor our pioneer buildings by decorating the doorways and or outside areas in a theme, then dress in costume and sheell out the candy Muskoka Heritage Place provides. The way to the buildings is lit with moonlights but if you have very young ones and wish to keep the experience even lighter, you might consider joining us early, before 6:30 p.m. nightfall. Best Decorated House – Mayor Scott Aitchison will judge and select the winner of the “Best Decorated House”.
Welcome to 3 Guys and A Stove in Huntsville, Ontario. 3 Guys And A Stove is a ‘must eat’ whenever you are in Muskoka!
Walk through the door and enjoy the great food, friendly service and music. Enjoy lunch or a delicious dinner 7 days a week and be prepared to enjoy the best breakfast around every Saturday and Sunday! Marché Breakfast is served every Saturday (9-12 noon) & Sunday (9-12:30).
Discover the delicious tastes of Muskoka dining at Deerhurst Resort where all four onsite restaurants are committed to the ‘eat local’ food movement. Menus highlight unique items and are brimming with locally sourced ingredients, many foraged in season. Seasonally, Deerhurst harvests its own honey, herbs, shiitake mushrooms and maple syrup right at the resort. Director of Food & Beverage Rory Golden has been a true advocate for Ontario growers and producers, assisting in the creation of the Savour Muskoka culinary trail. Now, Executive Chef, David Bakker is continuing and furthering that trend working with 20 local food producers. Chef Bakker’s knowledge of food trends and passion for the best in fresh, local ingredients can be seen throughout the design of the menus in Eclipse, Compass Grill & Bar, The Antler Steakhouse and Maple Pub & Patio, but come try it for yourself.
The Sweetest Spot in Muskoka!
With an obsession for creating whimsical sweet delights to compliment your special occasion or a tasty treat to brighten an ordinary day, Whimsical Bakery specializes in celebration cakes, gourmet cupcakes, custom designed cookies, pies, tarts and all things sweet.
Stop in for lunch and try one of the homemade sandwiches and hearty soups, or visit for dinner, open till 4pm on Thursdays and Fridays. After your tasty meal, be sure to finish off with one of the delicious sweets.
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