Huntsville in Toronto - Central Ontario is inhabited by around 20,000 people.
The city is located approximately 120 miles (193 kilometers) from the provincial capital of Ontario, Toronto and about 150 miles (241 kilometers) from Niagara Falls.
While in Huntsville, grab a buddy and check out the fairways and bunkers at these great local golf courses. The Rock Golf Course and Bigwin Island Golf Club should be the first choice for discerning golfers. Taboo Golf Course and Muskoka Bay Golf Course are two of the other popular links in the area.
To see the flora and fauna that is native to Huntsville, drive out to some of its popular natural reserves. Among the better known of these in the area are Arrowhead Provincial Park and Bigwind Lake Provincial Park. Also check out Hardy Lake Provincial Park and Arrowhead Provincial Park, if you have time to spare to see more of the area’s wide array of ecological settings.
Huntsville boasts some wonderful performance venues; the most popular is the popular Gravenhurst Opera House. Before showtime, why not enjoy a pre-show meal at one of the local eateries.
One of the most visited heritage sites in the area is the Bethure Memorial House. This site offers tourists the chance to understand an important time in human history. Enquire about a guided tour, take photos and learn about local history.
Take a break from sightseeing in Huntsville at Santa's Village, a popular day out that will have the whole family smiling. Explore, laugh and be thoroughly entertained at this must-see attraction for children and parents.
Gravenhurst Farmers' Market is the perfect place to visit if you have a passion for shopping and watching the world go by. It is a vibrant attraction packed with clothes and accessory stores, fresh produce and great places to eat.
Hit the slopes or let the children play and laugh in the snow, Huntsville’s various mountain resorts are the perfect vacation choice no matter what your age or ability. Hidden Valley Highlands is home to the city’s best runs and facilities.