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Find Your Home Away From Home

Create your own oasis away from the hustle-and-bustle and safely enjoy the space & freedom the Haliburton Highlands has to offer.  Enjoy a truly Canadian cottage experience throughout our vast region at one of our many places to stay.

take-out has never been this easy

Many of our local restaurants and kitchens have delicious options for taking-out..

Find out what is available.

 

take-out has never been this easy

Many of our local restaurants and kitchens have delicious options for taking-out..

Find out what is available.

 

the great Outdoors are still just as great

The Haliburton Highlands features a pristine natural environment grounded firmly on the Canadian Shield. Including the southern portion of Algonquin Provincial Park as well as Silent Lake Provincial Park & Queen Elizabeth II Wildlands Provincial Park, the area is characterized by mixed forest highlands interspersed at every turn with freshwater wetlands, rivers and lakes, creating a landscape much sought after for all of its artistic, cultural and recreational opportunities.

There is no better way to view the Haliburton Highlands than to go hiking along one of its many trails.

as the beat goes on, so do we...

In this time of physical distancing, it can be difficult for you to get your live music fix!  We’ve got you covered, check out the What’s Happening page to find out where you get your groove on.

The Haliburton County Folk Society has produced biweekly live online concerts. Click the button below to view past performances and to learn more about their upcoming performances featuring local artists in the area.

as the beat goes on, so do we...

In this time of physical distancing, it can be difficult for you to get your live music fix!  We’ve got you covered, check out the What’s Happening page to find out where you get your groove on.

The Haliburton County Folk Society has produced biweekly live online concerts. Click the button below to view past performances and to learn more about their upcoming performances featuring local artists in the area.

Stories from Here

4 Hikes for the Fall Season

4 Hikes for the Fall Season

As the days become shorter and the chill in the evening air becomes more pronounced, it’s clear that summer has come to an end and fall is on its way. It will soon be time to trade in the hot weather and summer relaxation for cooler temperatures and fall fun. The...

Who are we sharing our trails with?

Who are we sharing our trails with?

You don’t have to be in the jungle to be an animal tracker. Animal footprints are often as close as your backyard, garden or on one of the many Haliburton Highlands Hiking Trails. Take a look at these common animal track pictures—showing footprints in mud. IDENTIFY...

Fall Celestial Calendar

Fall Celestial Calendar

Plan your trip to dark sky areas for better chances of viewing meteor showers. Did you know that New Moons provide the best time to view the stars and celestial objects. Sep 20: Harvest Moon In many Native American cultures, September's Full Moon is called the Full...

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