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What do the Haliburton Highlands look like to you?
Jumping off the dock with your kids? A serene hike through the woods? Enjoying local food and drink with your friends?
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Stories from Haliburton Highlands
Art in the Park Looking for a great year-round destination that is not weather dependent and shines in every season? You need to discover the Haliburton Sculpture Forest! Found in Glebe Park, just outside the Village of Haliburton and adjacent to the Haliburton School...
Art starts where Nature Ends Redwing Frond @ Haliburton Sculpture Forest ART, HISTORY & CULTURE COME ALIVE Nestled within this enchanting landscape are numerous indoor art galleries and historical museums that serve as windows to the past and portals to artistic...
Holiday Markets & Events Image by Oleksandr Pidvalnyi Holiday Markets & Events that Yule Love Tis the season to get in the holiday spirit! And what better way to do that than to attend one of the many events and Holiday Markets in the Haliburton Highlands!...
Do Less, Get More Rejuvenate in the Haliburton Highlands!What is rejuvenation season? It is that time of year when you allow yourself to slow down and do less. A time to recharge after an adventure-filled Summer and a glorious Fall Colour Season, and before the...
Art Workshops & Classes Start creating in the Haliburton HighlandsRe-fuel your creative juices at art workshops & classes, and live-demonstrations by talented makers working with paint, metal, glass, clay, fibre, cardboard, and even music and theater....
Halloween Happenings Image by CasperHalloween Season - 2023Halloween,. also known as Allhalloween, All Saints' Eve is a celebration observed in many countries on October 31... Popular activities include trick-or-treating, attending costume parties, carving pumkins and...
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The drive alone is worth it
“…one of the most scenic highway in Ontario.” – Wikipedia
- 2.5 Hours Drive from Toronto
- 3.5 Hours Drive from Ottawa
- 4.5 Hours Drive from Buffalo
- 8 Hours Drive from Quebec City
We respectfully acknowledge that the region currently know as the Haliburton Highlands is located on Treaty 20 Michi Saagiig territory, and in the traditional territory of the Michi Saagiig and Chippewa Nations, collectively known as the Williams Treaties First Nations, which are Curve Lake, Rama, Hiawatha, Alderville, Scugog Island, Beausoleil and Georgina Island First Nations.
As well, we acknowledge a shared presence of Indigenous nations throughout the area, and recognize its original, Indigenous inhabitants as the stewards of its lands and waters since time immemorial.