Haliburton Highlands

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How to still enjoy the great restaurants

Many of our local restaurants and kitchens are offering delicious take-out and prepared meals for you to enjoy at home. Some offer curbside “no contact” pickup, some offer delivery, all offer a way for you to safely access great-tasting food to make eating at home as good as eating at the restaurant.

Pickup something tasty for you next dinner!

Just in time for the warming season, patios are now starting to open.  Why not enjoy some good food & drink in a responsible way.

How to still enjoy the great Outdoors

The Haliburton Highlands boasts of 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.

Albert Saxby

Nick and Benton

Thom Lambert

Ryan VanLieshout

Gord Kidd and Shawn Chamberlin

Carl Dixon

Salt Cellar Duo (Rob Bersan & Virginia de Carle)

Cassidy Taylor

Because Music is the beat that moves us all

In the current days of Physical Distancing it is often hard to find our fix of live music that we are use to.  Check out some local Facebook pages like Music from Home and enjoy some of the many talented musicians, singers & artists.

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

Where to find the experiences to make memories

Many of our experience providers and local sights & attractions are open.

You can also explore your inner hiker with our many trails and view some of the best vistas. We also have some of the best Fishing in Ontario with over 600 lakes.

What are you waiting for, come and find out for yourself why the Haliburton Highlands is the best place to live, work or play.

Haliburton Highlands Museum

We will continue sharing artifacts, images and historical tidbits from our collection with you.

Minden Hills Cultural Centre

A series of tutorials showing how to make an embroidered fridge magnet and daily posts about the Cultural Centre…. & more.

Haliburton County Public Library

Join us with live online programming like – Story Time – Teck Time – Cooking … & More

Rails End Gallery

We will be adding to this album until all 107 works are posted.

Geared up for Hiking

The Haliburton Highlands boasts of 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...

Kosy Shack Patio ready

Lots of exciting news today. We got the all clear for Kosy Shack our Kosy outpost located at Wedgewood Marina on 12 Mile Lake. Same great food as Kosy Korner with lakefront patio and takeaway. Tracey and Diane familiar Kosy faces will be running it. Current hours will...

Floating, Relaxing, rivers & Sun

Best River Floats in Haliburton Highlands It’s quite tranquil to be lounging on an inflatable watermelon, floating where the current takes you. Most of us know from experience what the water sounds like, as you drift from entrance to exit on one of the best places to...

This Fry’s for you

It’s chip truck time – the time of year when we crave the warm, brown-paper-wrapped-cardboard-boxes filled to the brim with steaming potato-ey goodness. The time of year when the aroma of French fries can lead to an unplanned emergency detour to a roadside stand. This...

How to make sure you never have a bad day

Fishing is a solace as much as it is a sport, a place where people can heal in nature as much as harvest from it. With its countless rivers and lakes to choose from, you can find a fishing spot that’s yours alone.In the spring, summer, and fall you can spend a...

The Lapine Lap

With just about all activities curtailed by COVID-19, there is one thing people can still do outside while practicing social distancing – and that’s the Lapine Lap in Minden. “The Lapine Lap is a scavenger hunt for murals that are scattered around Minden featuring...

Looking at the Stars – Part 2

Darker is Better What lights the night? In more natural settings, as the sun drops below the horizon, the moon's reflection as all that bathes the landscape in a soft, dim glow. However, in more urban areas, the glare of the artificial light dominates, threatening the...

Ask a Master Gardener

The world as we knew it has changed and the Haliburton Master Gardeners have noticed a need in our community and they would be available to advise new gardeners with sustainable gardening at their location. This includes growing vegetables, planting fruit bushes and...

Sharing some of the past

It may be hard to imagine what Haliburton was like when lumbering was at its height, but what about Donald? Richard Donald came to Dysart around 1908 and set up operations for the Wood Products Company of Canada. By 1915, the operation had been taken over by the...

The BLT is Back!

New menu is here! Still take out only but we’re happy to introduce an old favourite...the BLT on delicious sourdough. In addition to our daily take out specials, keep an eye out for some more old favourites (and new) to be rolled out daily. . . . #bltsandwich #blt...

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