A thriving community in the northern half of Calgary, Huntington Hills is a residential neighbourhood found in between the Deerfoot Trail and Nose Hill Park – unique in location. Originally established in 1967, the community has turned into a small town onto itself with just over 13,000 residents currently occupying properties in the area. Huntington Hills offers lovely views of the city as well as the Rocky Mountains with many recreational opportunities for all ages to partake in at Nose Hill Park, Nose Creek Valley, and at the local golf course. There are also a number of shopping opportunities nearby that have been recently built, giving access to residents that no longer need to travel far for groceries.

Public school students of the Huntington Hills area attend either Huntington Hills elementary, Catherine Nichols Gunn elementary, or Alex Munro elementary depending on where they are situated in the neighbourhood. Upon graduation into junior high, they then move on to Sir John A. MacDonald junior high and John G. Diefenbaker senior high school.

Catholic school students attend either St. Hubert elementary or St. Henry elementary depending on which side of Centre Street they fall on, followed by St. Helena junior high and Notre Dame senior high school.

Whether you’re looking for a weekend away from the worries of work or a romantic afternoon escape or simply a night on the town with friends, Huntington Hills is able to offer all of this to you while still being somewhere you can call home. The local community association offers a wide array of venues and activities for the whole family to enjoy including figure skating, hockey, karate, gymnastics, Tai Chi, yoga, and exercise classes. There are regular monthly events held throughout the year to keep residents entertained including performances by some of Calgary’s finest musicians.

Calgary Transit has stationed over two dozen bus stops surrounding Huntington Hills on its’ borders as well as several throughout the neighbourhood which give residents the chance to explore other areas of the city easily. With the Deerfoot Trail and the Calgary International Airport immediately next to Huntington Hills, an adventure outside of the community’s borders is made quick and simple.

No matter the time of year, there’s always something to do in Calgary and for residents in Huntington Hills, they have access to these opportunities year-round while still retaining their privacy. Whether you are a young professional looking for a decent job in a dynamic city or are looking for a family friend community where to settle in, Huntington Hills makes for an excellent choice.