Charming towns and villages with one-of-a-kind restaurants and shops. Deep lush forests. Endless trails and places to explore. Sunsets and sunrises to take your breath away. Granite cliffs and rock formations from millions of years ago. Nature and wildlife in its full glory and splendour around every corner. With a year-round population just shy of 20,000, Huntsville is the largest town in Muskoka and supports an active cultural and arts scene as well as a modern hospital, schools and places of worship. There are two styles of homes at The Summit.
Life infused with all the beauty and prestige of Muskoka takes on a new dimension at The Summit. Here, against the backdrop of lush forests and clear, crisp water, the peace and tranquility of nature creates the perfect place to let your hair down, relax, chill out and enjoy precious moments with family and friends. Nothing to stress about. Nothing to worry about. This is completely maintenance-free living with all the advantages of modern construction and design. You can enjoy the Muskoka lifestyle from the moment you park your car.
The Summit has everything you could possibly want for a beautiful year-round lifestyle experience. A private beach. A private Club with indoor fire place, lounge, pool table, party room, outdoor BBQs, community dining areas, outdoor meditation space and yoga area. Above all, The Summit will have a community of people to enjoy it with. Huntsville is well known for its many arts festivals, including the Huntsville Festival of the Arts. Other arts activities include the annual Muskoka Novel Marathon, Film North (International Film Festival), and most recently Nuit Blanche North, produced by the Huntsville Festival of the Arts and Edge of the Woods Theatre. The town has a new municipal centre and performing arts theatre, the Algonquin Theatre. The theatre provides space for local dance, music, theatre and school activities. Huntsville is the western gateway to Algonquin Park. It has evolved into a charming town with first class theatre, restaurants and shopping. With a year-round population just shy of 20,000, Huntsville is the largest town in Muskoka and supports an active cultural and arts scene as well as a modern hospital, schools and places of worship.