Rotary Skate Park
Rotary Village Train Station
Rotary Pavillion - part of Trans Canada Trail at Avery Beach
Playground at River Mill Park
Rotary Peace Park - At the corner of Main St. and Cann St.
Rotary Teen Space - at the Huntsville Public Library
Day Surgery Unit - Huntsville District Memorial Hospital
Personal Lift - Huntsville Hospice
Washrooms at Huntsville Soccer Fields
Fairy Vista Trail
Hunters Bay Trail
Annual Rotary Auction

Supported Organizations:
Huntsville Public Library
Table Food Bank
Huntsville Fire Hall
Huntsville District Memorial Hospital - Day Surgery Unit
Salvation Army
District of Muskoka Financial Assistance
OPP Teen Summer Camp


In memoriam for Rotarians who have died recently - Bricks have been placed on the pathway to Mill Park and oak trees have been planted in the park.

Rotary Teen Space

The Rotary Club of Huntsville has made possible a dedicated lounge and cyber-cafe for teens which opened in March 2010.

Rotary Teen Space offers couches, beanbags and other casual seating with six internet-capable workstations on a mix of cafe style stands with bar stool seating. Shelves with teen hard cover and paperback fiction, non-fiction, graphic novels and music CDs define the edges of Rotary Teen Space.

Added funding for Rotary Teen Space was provided by the Friends of the Huntsville Library and the Library Board from general public donations.

The Rotary Teen Space Project won the 2010 Angus Mowat Award for Excellence (Large Library category_ from the Ontario Ministry of Tourism and Culture. The award was announced at the Public Library Awards dinner at the Ontario Library Association Super Conference at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre on Feb. 3, 2011. Library Board Chair Mrs. Barbra Stephen accepted the award on behalf of Huntsville Public Library from Laura Albanese M.P.P. Parliamentary Assistant for Culture. Mrs. Stephen was accompanied when receiving the award plaque by Mrs. Barbra White, representing the Rotary Club of Huntsville.

This award was for all of Ontario.