About Huntsville The gateway to the Lake of Bays region and the western entrance to Algonquin Provincial Park, Huntsville is a vacation and recreation center. Known for beautiful scenery and clear lakes, the region also abounds in hunting, fishing, bicycling, boating, swimming, camping, skiing, hiking, dog sledding and snowmobiling opportunities. Similar types of recreation are available in Arrowhead Provincial Park.
A farmers market on King William Street, open each Thursday 9-2, mid-May to early October, provides an opportunity to sample local produce.
Visitor Centers Huntsville/Lake of Bays Chamber of Commerce 8 West St. N. Huntsville, ON P1H 2B6. Phone:(705)789-4771
ShoppingDowntown Huntsville, in particular the area along Main Street between Lorne and John streets, has numerous gift, antique and craft shops; those shops devoted to wood crafts are especially popular.
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1755 Valley Rd. Huntsville, ON P1H 1Z8