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Huntsville Information

About Huntsville

Ranked the number one place to take a summer trip by The Toronto Star a few years back, Huntsville is the largest town in an award-winning region of Ontario. Recently, the area was also recognized as the best place in the country to view fall colors. Huntsville’s natural beauty is hard to beat, drawing people from around the world to its hilly terrain on the Canadian Shield.

Things to do in Huntsville

Shop to your heart’s content along Huntsville’s main street, where you’ll discover a wealth of unique shops that sell souvenirs, antiques, jewelry, clothing, and more. Recreational activities in Huntsville include skiing, theatre, canoeing, and dogsledding, to name a few, providing a wealth of opportunities for families, couples and individuals. Entertainment is plentiful in the heart of downtown, with the Algonquin Theatre and its first-class shows, as well as the Film and Literary Festivals held during the year. Waterfront vistas at Huntsville and Lake of Bays are stunning, and visitors can take boat tours for the full panorama. Art is plentiful throughout town, thanks to the internationally recognized artists and numerous unique galleries local to Huntsville. For thrill seekers, the area is known for exciting ways to experience nature. Boat cruises, helicopter tours, zip line excursions, ATV expeditions—the activities will give adventurists the ultimate adrenaline rush.

Day trips from Huntsville

To see an amazing spectacle that has been wowing visitors since the 1600s, travel south to Niagara Falls. Feel the mist on your face as you take a boat ride to the base of the falls, or take a trip up the Skylon Tower to get a bird’s eye view of the entire landscape. Algonquin Provincial Park is another great destination to experience nature. Wildlife is abundant, as are the lakes, forests and rivers through the land. See what the Wolf Howl is about, and why it’s one of the park’s most popular programs. For winter visitors, Blue Mountain has a reputation for being the best ski hill in southern Ontario, although the village is equally crowded in the summer. Indulge in fine dining, shop the boutiques, or even try your hand at the climbing wall on Blue Mountain. If you’re looking for activities and festivities, the town of Collingwood is a great destination. Its lively calendar of events includes the annual Elvis Festival, music celebrations and seasonal programs for people of all ages.

< h3>Huntsville accommodations

Huntsville is located in the Muskoka region, which has been one of Ontario’s favorite vacation sports for over 140 years. Muskoka has more than 80 resorts, including hotels, inns, lodges and more. Relax in an upscale luxury hotel, or stay at a family-run lodge for an extended holiday. Book a room at a historic bed and breakfast, or get away from it all at a relaxing cottage resort. Consider one of the area’s original inns for a quaint and vibrant place to stay. Whether you’re looking for privacy, comfort or an extra special treat, accommodations in the greater Huntsville area are bound to fit your needs.

Transportation in Huntsville

The town of Huntsville operates a public transit service that runs weekdays and on Saturdays. The system includes two buses, one regular and one accessible, that costs $2.00 for adults and $1.00 for students. There is also intercity bus transportation from Huntsville’s Centre Street station. Group charter buses are also available through various companies. The town is easily accessible from many of Ontario’s major cities via car, so renting a vehicle or driving is another option. Highways 400, 11, 60 and 417 are the major pathways through the town.

Weather in Huntsville

Hi: -5.1°
Lo: -16.2°
January
Hi: -3.6°
Lo: -15.7°
February
Hi: 2°
Lo: -9.3°
March
Hi: 10.3°
Lo: -1.5°
April
Hi: 17.7°
Lo: 4.4°
May
Hi: 22.4°
Lo: 9°
June
Hi: 25°
Lo: 11.9°
July
Hi: 23.5°
Lo: 11.1°
August
Hi: 19°
Lo: 7.1°
September
Hi: 12.6°
Lo: 1.8°
October
Hi: 4.9°
Lo: -3.2°
November
Hi: -2.3°
Lo: -11.8°
December

Vacation Rentals in Huntsville

Looking for a vacation rental in Huntsville? Tripping.com has 304 vacation rental homes available in Huntsville. You'll find 0 studios, 84 1-bedroom, 54 2-bedroom and 166 rentals with 3 or more bedrooms ranging from $52 a night. For extra convenience, many of these vacation homes can be booked directly online.

The average price of a nightly rental in Huntsville is $228 while the average price of a weekly rental is $1101. For those looking for more than a short term rental such as corporate rentals, extended stays or long term rentals, the average monthly price of a Huntsville home is $4258.

Wondering if you can bring your dog or cat along with you? There are 112 pet-friendly vacation rentals available in Huntsville. In addition to accommodating pets, Huntsville rentals offer a variety of amenities. In particular, 210 rentals have Internet and WiFi, 216 have TV and/or cable and 32 have a pool or hot tub.

Search properties from 6 vacation rental sites in Huntsville where the top providers in that area are HomeAway, TripAdvisor, and Expedia. There are 161 HomeAway rentals, 68 TripAdvisor short term rentals and 27 Expedia vacation rentals.