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Make Huntsville your mid-week headquarters for epic fall leaf viewing and take advantage of the incredible Sweater Weather Package!
Take advantage of (way) fewer crowds, the serenity of the season, and unbeatable value when you book the mid-week Sweater Weather Travel Package for an unforgettable stay in Huntsville, Muskoka this fall.
How It Works
Visitors who book a minimum 2-nights at participating accommodations in Huntsville, Muskoka for a midweek fall stay between September 13 and October 29, 2020 can then register to receive one of 300 packages consisting of free gas and cash vouchers to redeem at participating attractions, restaurants and shops!
- – Book a minimum 2-night MID-WEEK stay (Sunday-Thursday) and get a $25 gas card and $100 in cash vouchers ($125 CDN value)
There are over 50 tourism businesses to choose from to stay and to spend. And there’s NO CATCH!
It’s the perfect package to experience everything has to offer in fall, from outdoor adventures to dining and more.
Where To See The Trees
In addition to day tripping into nearby Algonquin Park, Huntsville offers many unique spots to view the iconic Canadian fall colours. Here are just a few suggestions on where you should have your camera ready!
Arrowhead Provincial Park
Arrowhead is a Provincial Park offering large, treed and private campsites, three sand beaches, quiet motorboat-free lakes and 15 km of hiking trails all in the heart of Muskoka. While the entire Park is great for viewing fall colours, we highly recommend checking out the Big Bend Lookout and Stubbs Falls Trail.
Brunel Locks is a historic stop located on the Muskoka River with seating areas, gardens and a pristine water view.
Dyer Memorial is an impressive monument overlooking the Big East River. The monument was built by Clifton G. Dyer in memory of his wife Betsy Browne Dyer as they enjoyed numerous trips to the site of the monument each summer. An attractive park area surrounds the site with rolling lawns, pools, streams, flowerbeds and shrubs.
Hunters Bay Trail
The Hunters Bay Trail is a 4.6km walking, running and cycling trail. There are several areas along the trail to stop and take in the scenery, including floating dock sections overlooking Hunters Bay and Orchard Park.
The view from Lions Lookout across Fairy Lake is magnificent, and is one of the best places in the area to see fall colours. With a 360-degree view around town, the surrounding lakes and river, this is a great stop with many photography opportunities.
Port Sydney Falls
Located in the heart of Port Sydney, the dam provides beautiful views of rocky shore lines and rapids. There are picnic areas in the park and a path that leads out to the Port Sydney village centre.
Algonquin Park Day Trip Intel
(NOTE: Algonquin Park is traditionally extremely busy on weekends in the fall, so a mid-week visit is definitely the best opportunity to enjoy your adventuring in Canada’s oldest provincial park.)
Over 50 businesses in Huntsville, Muskoka welcome you to town this autumn. For more info on the Sweater Weather Package, click here.
For a list of accommodations where you can book your mid-week stay to get the package, click here.
For a list of participating businesses where you can redeem your vouchers, click here.
- For more info on this package, email firstname.lastname@example.org
PLEASE TRAVEL SAFELY THIS FALL AND RESPECT OUR COMMUNITIES,
OUR BUSINESSES AND EACH OTHER.