Top 10 Things to do in Huntsville, Ontario
Discover the best top things to do in Huntsville, Canada including Arrowhead Provincial Park, Sugarbush Hill Maple Farm, Lions Lookout, Group of Seven Outdoor Gallery, Limberlost Forest & Wildlife Reserve, Muskoka Heritage Place, Algonquin Theatre, Hidden Valley Highlands Ski Area, Dyer Memorial, Hidden Meadow Farms.
1. Arrowhead Provincial Park
4.5 based on 647 reviews
Reviewed By Bybren - Acton, CanadaActon, Canada
First time at this provincial park. The skating trail was around the campsite. It was well maintained. At the start of the trail is fire pits and benches. Checked out the visitor center which had beautiful windows and a roaring fire. Rentals available for
2. Sugarbush Hill Maple Farm
5 based on 508 reviews
Sugarbush Hill is a "State Of The Art" maple sugaring operation near the Town of Huntsville. We are the largest sugarhouse open to the public on a year round basis in the District of Muskoka. We offer 100% pure maple syrup and other delicious maple products produced right here from our own sugarbush. SUGARHOUSE TOURS and TASTINGS from May to October, please check tour times and hours on our website under "Contact" and "Tours Details". Reservations and payment is required for tours in advance as they fill up quickly. See our huge eco-friendly and highly efficient wood-fired evaporator, many displays of maple antiques and artifacts or stroll our maple forest. We would be pleased to take the time to explain the complete maple sugaring process from the past to the present day. A Canadian heritage at it's finest is waiting for you. For your premium MUSKOKA MAPLE EXPERIENCE come to Sugarbush Hill Maple Farm and see what all the fuss has been about for centuries.
Reviewed By Pocyclegirl - Toronto, CanadaToronto, Canada
Somewhat disappointed by lack of hospitality
Visite this farm with my boyfriend for a tour of the farm and to see how they make their maple syrup and to sample some of their products, but was told to go into the vat room where they prepared the syrup and then come back and sample some product. While
3. Lions Lookout
4.5 based on 262 reviews
Reviewed By Shahzit - Arva, CanadaArva, Canada
Very nice view
Not the season to go for lookout but still looks like a nice spot for lookout. Very good view. Has a picnic table there. We drove up to the top where there was parking spots too. But we saw people hiking up the hill and cycling up. Nice walk though steep.
4. Group of Seven Outdoor Gallery
4.5 based on 65 reviews
Reviewed By reggaeplus - Wallaceburg, CanadaWallaceburg, Canada
Authentic Attraction as the Group Of 7 Painted Here.
I have an A.J. Casson original done just around the corner looking back into that first bay, looking back toward Huntsville, from Lake Vernon. Before they began to really move into the hinterland they were here...and up in Algonquin Park creating artistic
5. Limberlost Forest & Wildlife Reserve
4.5 based on 48 reviews
The Limberlost Forest and Wildlife Reserve is a publicly accessible private year-round wilderness haven with twenty private lakes and more than 10,000 unspoiled acres of mixed forest near Huntsville, Ontario, Canada. The private forest reserve contains more than 70 km of hiking, biking, skiing and snowshoeing trails made available to the public at no charge. Limberlost practices a form of land management referred to as Conscientious Forest Management which focuses on ensuring the sustainability of their management objectives and actions for generations to come. We encourage the use of the forest visitors and eco-tourists at no charge; support environmental research programs and institutes; and offer both modern and traditional forest land use options to the local community. Limberlost’s primary objective is to offer continued free access to the 10,000 acre Muskoka property for the purpose of encouraging safe wilderness experiences. Free use of the property is made possible by the ren
Reviewed By 461philg - Swindon, United KingdomSwindon, United Kingdom
Great trails & lakes
We spend 5 hours hiking different trails at Timberlost. Most of the trails are very well marked, but a few of the off-shoots are less clear. Hickory Lake trail markers came to a dead end at the lake and we spend 20 minutes finding a route to another trail
6. Muskoka Heritage Place
4.5 based on 93 reviews
Reviewed By garethh707
Excellent trip through local history
Met by knowledgable Matt in full period costume dress, who explained all needed to know for self directed tour - to include Church, barns, schoolrooms, houses etc. Some locations were hosted by people in local period dress e.g. school teacher preparing le
7. Algonquin Theatre
4.5 based on 20 reviews
Reviewed By Barb-Steve - Toronto, CanadaToronto, Canada
Checked out the Muskoka Rock Choir and loved it
Great musicians and talented Choir with a first class Theatre right down town Huntsville. Greta talent and check their website for details to plan your getaway
8. Hidden Valley Highlands Ski Area
4 based on 59 reviews
Hidden Valley Highlands Ski Area is a hidden gem nestled in the heart of Muskoka, Ontario. Just two hours north of Toronto, we offer family-friendly slopes, short lift lines and friendly, welcoming staff. We have both day and night skiing and snowboarding (please see our website for hours of operation), a terrain park, snow school lessons, kids' camps, equipment rentals and a licensed cafeteria. Come and ski Muskoka!
Reviewed By HanktheTankCDN - Harrow, CanadaHarrow, Canada
Great Place to Ski and Enjoy a Day With the Family
Had a wonderful day of skiing here, this is by no means Whistler but there are lots of different kinds of runs for every level of skier. The staff was very friendly and it didn't break my wallet.
9. Dyer Memorial
4 based on 18 reviews
Reviewed By P F
A Beautiful Love Story
This place,...there is no other with such a rich story here. Must go to see the acreage and the read the love story inscribed with the well-earned story of toil, unrequited love, and loss. It is a hidden gem nowadays and if the town does not keep it up, i
10. Hidden Meadow Farms
4 based on 3 reviews
Reviewed By Rachel H - New York City, New YorkNew York City, New York
Wonderful experience and great staff
My sister and I, aged 9 and 7, loved the kids and pony session. As well as riding the pony we were taught by Jordana, our instructor, how to groom and saddle our ponies. We were also treated to a petting farm experience, make sure not to wear white pants!