According to the 2011 Census, the Simcoe Muskoka District Health Unit boundary covers 8,736 square kilometers of land area and had a population of 504,110, resulting in a population density of 58 people per square kilometer.
Simcoe County has a density of 92 people/km2, compared to 15 people/km2 that live in the District of Muskoka. The population density in Simcoe County increased by 6% from 87 people/km2 in 2006, to 92 people/km2 in 2011. Population density remained unchanged in the District of Muskoka over the same time period.
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