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HUNTSVILLE

Huntsville is one of the largest and fastest growing communities in Muskoka.  It is a desired location to fully enjoy the cottage experience. With a population of 18 196 it is located two hours North of Toronto and offers a variety of lifestyle opportunities and living.   With many neighborhoods, schools, and year round recreational activities, many families, couples and retirees make Huntsville their home and cottage destination.  

Lakes

Whether you arrive by boat or car Huntsville lakes are like no other, with its 4 major lake systems Peninsula Lake, Fairy Lake, Lake Vernon and Mary Lake you can enjoy a variety of homes, from cabins to luxurious waterfront cottages.   Huntsville is also surrounded by smaller lakes if you enjoy a more peaceful environment.  

Schools

• Huntsville Public School
• Riverside Public School
• Spruce Glen Public School
• Pine Glen Public School
• Irwin Memorial Public School
• St Mary’s Catholic School
• Huntsville Monotessori
• Muskoka Christian School
• Tawingo College

• Huntsville High School

Things to do

Boating, Hiking, Cycling, Adventure Parks, Provincial Parks, Restaurants, Golfing, Downhill Skiing, Ice Skating, Concerts, Festivals, Shopping, Beaches, Snowmobiling, canoeing and Many More

 

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PORT SYDNEY

A smaller growing community nestled in the heart of Muskoka.   Located Between Huntsville and Bracebridge.  Port Sydney offers a variety of homes, vacant land and cottages.   With a short drive to amenities it is the perfect place for its beaches, boating, fishing and scenery. 

Lakes

Clearwater Lake is located within the geographic township of Stephenson south of the village of Port Sydney.  Enjoy the beaches and popular summer destination on Mary Lake or take a day trip to Huntsville by boat and enjoy the scenic views along the way. 

Schools

• V.K Greer Public School
• Huntsville High School
• Huntsville Montessori
• Muskoka Christian School

Things to do

Boating, Hiking, Cycling, Golfing, Beaches, Snowmobiling, Canoeing, Ice Skating and Many More

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BRACEBRIDGE

Bracebridge is built around a waterfall on the Muskoka River which runs through the centre of town.  With growing population of 16 010 many new shopping areas, parks and residential subdivisions are being built to accommodate the town's growth in population.  

Lakes

With 8 waterfalls, 10 Beaches and surrounded by Lake Muskoka it is a great boating experience. Lake Muskoka connects to Lake Rosseau and Lake Joseph which supports more communities in the Muskoka region. Other popular lakes around the Bracebridge area include Leech Lake, Healy Lake, Wood Lake, Pine Lake, Bird Lake, Spence Lake, and McKay Lake

Schools

• Bracebridge Public School
• Monck Public School
• Monsignor Michael O’Leary Catholic School
• St Dominic Catholic Secondary School
• Bracebridge & Muskoka Lakes Secondary School
• Montessori School of Bracebridge
• Muskoka Christian School

Things to do

Boating, Hiking, Cycling, Adventure Parks, Restaurants, Golfing, Shopping, Downhill Skiing, Concerts, Festivals, Beaches, Snowmobiling, Ice Skating, Provincial Parks  and Many More

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LAKE OF BAYS

Located in the northeast corner of Muskoka, the Lake of Bays offers a natural landscape of forests, rocks, lakes and wetlands. It is a desirable cottaging, recreation and tourism destination in Ontario. The Township has a population of 3,500 and seasonal population of 18,000.   

Lakes

Containing approximately 108 lakes. It is no surprise they call it Lake of Bays. Some of the larger lakes Cooper Lake, Lake of Bays, Peninsula Lake offer great boating experiences.  Rivers such as Oxtongue connect to Algonquin Park and provide the perfect canoeing experience. 

Schools

• Irwin Memorial Public School

• Huntsville Public School 

• Riverside Public School

• Spruce Glen Public School 

• Pine Glen Public School 

 • St Mary’s Catholic School

 • Huntsville Monotessori

 • Muskoka Christian School 

• Tawingo College

• Huntsville High School

Things to do

Boating, Hiking, Cycling, Adventure Parks, Restaurants, Golfing, Downhill Skiing, Provincial Parks, Ice Skating, Beaches, Snowmobiling and Many More

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