Leisure and Recreation
The Town of Huntsville offers many activities, programs and recreation for both residents and visitors. New and additional activities are being considered for each new season.
Leisure Programs is broken down into the specific areas of Adult Programs, Aquatics, Older Adult Programs, Skating and Youth Programs.
Please visit our Program Registration page for registration information.
Looking to register for a program? Visit our online registration page.
Please visit our Leisure Activity Guide for more information regarding leisure.
Huntsville is an incredible place to live, work and play. Encourage your family to get out, stay active and enjoy all that Huntsville has to offer.
Family Day Activities 2017
Join us at the Canada Summit Centre on Monday, February 20, 2017 to celebrate Family Day.
Indoor Walking Track
The Canada Summit Centre indoor walking track is located on the second floor surrounding the new arena. Five laps of the track are equal to 1km. The walking track is open during regular hours of operation of the Canada Summit Centre, but it is closed during any ticketed events. There is no charge to use the track and it is suitable for all ages. You can access the track from the Canada Summit Centre or the Active Living Centre.
Huntsville is a True Sport Organization
True Sport Principles
Why do the True Sport Principles matter? They help us build the sport we want!
The True Sport Principles express an approach to sport that the vast majority of Canadians already believe in and practice. Although widely embraced, these principles often go unspoken. So when they are violated -- when people's attitudes and actions threaten healthy and respectful competition -- supporters of good sport can be caught off guard, unsure how to stand up for the sport they believe in.
The True Sport Principles are a rallying point for True Sport members -- they are universal. The principles can be brought to life in any sport at any level, from playground to podium. An Olympic rowing squad can embrace these principles with the same sense of pride and purpose as an elementary school, an old-timers' league, or a community hockey arena.
For sport to be truly good and have the opportunity to make the greatest difference, all seven of these principles need to be in play at all times, working in perfect balance with one another.
GO FOR IT
Always strive for excellence and rise to the challenge, but never at the expense of others.
Discover how good you can be.
Play honestly and obey the rules, in letter and spirit.
Winning is only meaningful when competition is fair.
Show respect for everyone involved in creating a sporting experience, both on the field and off.
Win with dignity and lose with grace.
KEEP IT FUN
Find the joy of sport and have a good time.
Place physical and mental health above all other considerations and avoid unsafe activities.
Share sport with others, regardless of creed, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation or ability.
Find ways to show your appreciation and help others get the most out of sport.