52 Years Hidden Valley in Muskoka
Hidden Valley Resort Muskoka celebrated its 52nd Anniversary in 2020.
- We broke ground in 1968.
- We were aiming to open mid-December 1968
- Hosted our first snowmobile derby early 1969
- Lakeside condominiums were built
- In house Conference center and meeting rooms were built
- The very 1st Canadian Wakeboard Championship was held at HVR in August of 1996
In 20 years
- Renamed from Holiday Inn HVR to Hidden Valley Resort since May 12, 2006.
- Hotel renovated into a Muskoka style feeling, and extended to 100 guest rooms.
- Rings of June performed at HVR on July 25, 2007, we also hosted 4 band performances as part of the Canadian tour for the Kingston-based band IN ITS WAKE.
In 10 years
- Huntsville-Lake of Bays Chamber of Commerce’s annual toy drive was hosted at HVR on Dec 4, 2014 in support of the Salvation Army. HVR has continued hosting the toy drive fundraiser yearly in partnership with The chamber and Salvation Army.
- Sep 14, 2015, Dirty Diva Madness Weekend featuring The Trews a Canadian music band. Planed by General Manager Scott Doughty, this event was being held as a fundraiser for the Kelly Shires Breast Cancer Foundation. We still continue to host this amazing event year after year starting in 2010.
- HVR sponsors local Judo athlete, Jeff Allen, and many local leagues such as Huntsville Minor Hockey, Huntsville Minor Soccer and Muskoka Hornets Baseball.
- HVR hosts the annual Huntsville Polar Bear Dip every New Year’s Day. We raise money to help support Habitat for Humanity, Community Living Huntsville since 2011.
- HVR became a proud supporter of the Huntsville Hospital Foundation on Feb 2018. The Huntsville Hospital Foundationis an organization dedicated to improving health-care services for residents of Muskoka and east Parry Sound.