Huntsville is the largest town in the Muskoka Region, located 2 hours north of it is the western gateway to Algonquin Provincial Park. Recognized by National Geographic Magazine as the # 1 travel destination in 2011, Huntsville is known for its natural beauty and resources, making it a great place to call home.
Huntsville is home to three large lakes: Mary Lake, Lake Vernon, and Fairy Lake, as well as countless smaller lakes and Peninsula Lake, Skeleton Lake, and Lake of Bays lie directly outside the city. The Muskoka River winds its way through the city’s downtown. Huntsville is also home to Arrowhead Provincial Park is just to the north, and close to the world-famous Algonquin Provincial Park to the east.
Huntsville is home to a number of arts festivals, including Nuit Blanche North, produced by the Huntsville Festival of the Arts and Edge of the Woods Theatre Huntsville Festival of the Arts, the annual Muskoka Novel Marathon, the Film North - Huntsville International Film Festival which had its inaugural year in 2010.