Just as you remember it
“… for an authentically Canadian experience come wander a world-class destination like no other…”
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?
Explore a sample of photos from the Haliburton Highlands below and share your own experiences on social media by using #myhaliburtonhighlands.
Stories from Haliburton Highlands
Camping with no campfire
For many of us, summer memories mean campfires; the glow of the fire, the snacks, singing favourite songs. With smoke in the air, and little or no moisture in the forecast, the current fire ban means no open campfires in the immediate future. Does that mean we have to...
Summer 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. Jun 18: New Moon Make the most of a moonlight-free night to look for some stars and planets...
Health & Wellness
Relax and Unwind Rejuvenate in the Haliburton Highlands!Do less, experience more! The Haliburton Highlands is home to a wide variety of wellness get-a-ways and experiences that will have you slowing down so that you can experience more: more connection, more...
Algonquin Park West Gate
Algonquin Provincial Park Algonquin Outfitters EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW BEFORE VISITING Algonquin Park spreads across 7,600 square km and is the oldest provincial park in Canada. Visitors come to the park to fish, animal and bird watch, hike or backpack,...
Algonquin Park South Gate
Algonquin Provincial Park High Falls, accessed from the South Gate EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW BEFORE VISITING Few have discovered Ontario's largest Provincial Park from the bottom up. Far removed from the bustling East and West gates of Hwy 60, Algonquin...
Find a Unique Glamping Experience
Glamping Experience Image of Pine Cabin by @cabinscape located in Haliburton Forest & Wild Life ReserveYou’ve probably heard the term ‘glamping’ (glamourous camping), considering how it’s fully carved out its place in modern society, but here’s a little refresher....
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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.