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Nestled among the pristine lakes of Ontario and surrounded by the lush woods of Algonquin Provincial Park, Huntsville is one of the largest cities in the Muskoka Region. With its vibrant community, vast playgrounds, and a plethora of engaging outdoor activities, Huntsville enjoys an influx of tourists, RV campers, and visitors from neighboring towns throughout the year.

During summer, parks and beaches are some of the main attractions around here. Visitors from Kearney (30 minutes away), Sprucedale (30 minutes away), and Dwight (20 minutes away) typically come here to spend time at Avery Beach Park, Hutcheson Beach, and Buck Lake. More active and competitive guests love to come here to experience Huntsville’s unique and cheerful events and competitions, such as cycling tours, paddling events, triathlons, marathons, and hockey tournaments.

If you're planning to visit this city of sweeping landscapes and rugged beauty, search for an RV in Ontario and spend your time exploring the city in your RV rental. Huntsville offers an enticing blend of cultural and outdoor experiences, which is why motorhome camping is an ideal way to enjoy your stay.

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The Great Outdoors

Hiking trails are probably the best way to explore the great outdoors of Huntsville. The Fairy Vista Trail is a relatively short trail open year-round that winds through prairies, lush woodlands, and wetlands. Hunters Bay Trail is open to hiking and cycling. This path wanders along the shoreline, under the railroad, and follows along the southern tip of Hunters Bay.

Arrowhead Provincial Park is a must-see for those visiting Huntsville. Take your pick of three tranquil beaches to do a little lounging, or test your mettle on more than 15 kilometers of hiking trails. If you're visiting in the winter, explore the snow-dusted wonderland on skis or your snowmobile. History buffs will want to see the historic homesteads dating back to the late 19th-century.

An even more exciting way to survey the scenic landscapes of Huntsville is by ziplining or tree walking. The city's zipline experiences take around three hours to complete and require advanced bookings. Climbing, swinging, and ziplining across the fields and forests will have you feeling like Tarzan or Mowgli, which makes it a true delight for any thrillseekers out there.

Camping in Huntsville

You'll have no trouble finding a place to park your motorhome rental in Huntsville. You'll find over 200 RV campsites at Deer Lake RV Resort. All the standard amenities are provided here, including restrooms, showers, electric hookups, picnic tables, and fire rings. On-site activities include a swimming pool, horseshoe pits, shuffleboard courts, and hiking and biking trails. Plus, you get to enjoy all the perks of motorhome camping next to a beautiful lake that permits boating and fishing. The maximum RV length allowed is 43 feet.

You might also want to look into other options like Lagoon Tent and Trailer Park. This riverside camping area is an excellent spot to set up camp in your Huntsville RV rental. Sites feature water and electric hookups. The playground offers tons of fun games that are sure to keep the kids entertained, while your four-legged children can let loose in the campground's dog park.

Arrowhead Provincial Park is another excellent place to camp out in an RV rental in Huntsville. Of the park's three campgrounds, East River is best suited for RV camping and features electric hookups. The campground's easy access to the day-use beach makes it a popular destination with campers and nature lovers.

Exploring the City

First-timers and history buffs will love learning the story of Huntsville in Muskoka Museum. This is a self-guided museum that details Huntsville's history, starting from its indigenous peoples and continuing to settlement, development, industry, and tourism. You'll get to see all of the tools, antiques, and artifacts from the city's storied past. You can even go on a scavenger hunt to make the whole discovery process more engaging.

You can also take another journey through history by visiting the Steam Museum. Here, you'll find exhibits featuring canals, boats, and trains that early locals and visitors used for transportation. Steam travel had a huge impact on the development of Huntsville, as it opened doors for new business ventures, settlement, and, of course, tourism.

If you're looking for a fun day out with friends and family, check out Huntsville’s escape rooms. Alternatively, you can tee off at the golf courses here, as golfing is really popular in Huntsville. Guests planning to rent an RV in Huntsville often arrange their visit during the city's fun annual events. There are concerts, art exhibits, humanitarian events, and holiday celebrations. Whether you're keen to enjoy local art, quality tunes, or trick-or-treating activities, Huntsville always has something fun going on throughout the year.

In Huntsville, you have a lot of ground to cover, so don’t do it on an empty stomach. Whether you're craving Mexican, Italian, American, or classic Canadian cuisine, you'll be spoiled for choice when it comes to dining options. The city center is home to bars, pizzerias, barbecue joints, steakhouses, and more. Huntsville's city center also provides easy access to grocery stores and gas stations to help get your Huntsville camper rental road ready.

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