Welcome to Huntsville, and to the Huntsville Public Library!
New to Muskoka and Huntsville? The Huntsville Public Library is a great place to get to know the community.
We are conveniently located in the downtown core, within walking distance to many sights and amenities. See our Hours and Location page for more information.
To get a free Library card (eligible for all residents of Muskoka), you need to bring in some identification with your local address on it. See all the things you can do with your card at the My Library Card page.
At the Library you can borrow books, movies, music and more. We have many resources on the history of Huntsville and Muskoka in our Muskoka Room.
We also hold a variety of programming at the Library. From literacy programs for children, to book clubs and technology training for adults. Visit our Programs page for more information.
Public internet stations and wireless internet access are both available for free. For information on our printing policies, visit our Print, Copy and Scan page.
Your Library card also gives you access to an extensive online electronic collection. Get eBooks, access to online databases and more.
New to Canada or Ontario?
If you are a newcomer to Canada or Ontario, you may want to refer to the following resources:
Service Canada provides Canadians with one-stop, personalized access to Government of Canada services and benefits.
ServiceOntario is a website that provides services such as driver's license renewal, health card applications and much more.
Settlement.Org is a website that provides newcomers with information and resources to settle in Ontario, Canada.
Need some information about our community? Check these links for more information about the Town of Huntsville and the District of Muskoka.
Town of Huntsville
District of Muskoka
Huntsville/Lake of Bays Chamber of Commerce
Simcoe/Muskoka District Health Unit
Muskoka Algonquin Healthcare
YMCA of Simcoe/Muskoka
Muskoka Multicultural Association