Arrowhead Provincial Park – 10 Minute Drive

Arrowhead Provincial Park is located at the North end of Huntsville and is part of the Ontario Parks system. During the winter, a 1.3-kilometre (0.81 mi) man-made skating trail winds through the forest. Other winter activities at the park include cross-country skiing, snowshoeing and tubing.  The park offers 3 beautiful beaches and wonderful hiking trails in the summer


Bowling – 16 Minute Drive

Huntsville Bowl offers all residents and visiting public of Huntsville the most state of the art bowling experience. Our system offers instant 5 to 10 pin conversion on all lanes.  We are fully licensed to serve alcohol and beer and are open 7 days a week.


Hidden Valley Highlands Ski Area – 20 Minute Drive

Hidden Valley Highlands Ski Area is a ski and snowboard resort in Huntsville. Hidden Valley offers 15 groomed trails, three quad chairlifts, one handle tow, two snow cats, night skiing and snowboarding, and a terrain park


Deerhurst Resort – 20 Minute Drive

Deerhurst is home to two 18 hole golf courses, the Highlands and the Lakeside. Deerhurst Highlands is the larger of the two and was ranked as Score Golf’s Best Resort Course in Ontario 2011.  The resort also offers cross country skiing, ice skating, and kids sledding.


Yamaha Snowmobile Adventure Tours – 20 Minute Drive

Explore Muskoka on the latest 2021 eco-friendly snow machines on a variety of guided adventures, complete with safety and driver training session beforehand. No experience needed! Snowmobiling is fun for people of all ages and experience levels, and it can be a great family sport to enjoy together. The Yamaha Riding Adventures at Deerhurst promotes riding safely and having fun while preserving our environment.


Lions Lookout – 20 Minute Drive

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 Drive.  The view from the top of the track across Fairy Lake is magnificent.  The trail is 1.5km long, and has some steep inclines.


Tree Top Trekking – 20 Minute Drive

Get your adrenaline pumping at Treetop Trekking Huntsville, the most exciting adventure activity in Muskoka!  Feel like Tarzan while you climb, swing, and zip through the forest canopy in our huge aerial game and zip line park, with activities for ages 9+


Lady Muskoka Cruises – 40 Minute Drive

Lady Muskoka Cruises departs from picturesque Bracebridge, the heart of Muskoka, and offers an incredible sightseeing opportunity you’re sure to remember. Cruising up the Muskoka River and into Lake Muskoka, passengers will experience everything Muskoka has to offer. Wildlife, cottage life and everything in-between.


Santa’s Village – 45 Minute Drive

Santa’s Village is 60 acres of family fun nestled on a bend of the Muskoka River in Bracebridge, Ontario. It is a Seasonal Christmas-themed amusement park with a petting zoo, splash pad, rides & visits with Santa.


Torrance Barrens Dark Sky Preserve – 1 hour 15 minutes

The Torrance Barrens  is a conservation area and dark-sky preserve in the Municipality of Muskoka. The reserve consists of crown land in the municipalities of Gravenhurst and Muskoka Lakes. It is notable as the first dark-sky preserve in Canada and for its geological and environmental features.