Sizzle of Summer
Make a date with a special person for an evening of art, food and theatre or opera.
This water adventure is a great introduction to canoeing and canoe day tripping … in style!
In the Haliburton Highlands, famous for its world class studio tour, you will find potters practicing many styles and forms of ceramics.
Tingle your taste buds on this guided tour of the craft breweries and eateries located along Highway 118 between Haliburton and Carnarvon. An ente
Here’s your chance to find out why people fall in love with fly fishing.
You will paddle a quiet secluded lake on a stand-up paddle board to discover the natural wonders of lakes and shorelines.
Ready to learn a new skill?
Carve a paddle through the still waters on Margaret, Dan, Horse, and McEwen Lakes.
This half day tour involves a visit to Greenmantle Farms near Wilberforce where you will explore some amazing undisturbed "gems beneath your boots"
Take a Walk in the Clouds!
Home to unique geological formations and rich mineral deposits, Haliburton County is a must-visit destination for rock hounds from near and far.
Ready for something different? Does your dog love to pull?
Yours Outdoors is pleased to present a monthly speaker series that will feature amazing local folks and guests from away sharing stories of their a
West Guilford is a pleasant little community a few kilometers to the north of the Village of Haliburton.
Paddling a canoe is a truly Canadian experience.
Put a little sizzle in your life.
Discover the world of art in Haliburton Village in a way like no other.
Come forage the woods, wetlands and roadsides of the Haliburton Highlands.
The Rolling Hills of Harburn cycle tour will take you on a breathtaking (literally!) adventure along delightful back roads through "jaw dropping" s
Join us for a home-grown down home taste tour of the Haliburton Highlands.
Enjoy a glass fusing class with artist Joyce Pruysers-Emmink of Ivy Cottage Fusion Arts.
An intimate live music and culinary experience brought to you!
While the hiking is great in the Highlands, why not take the most direct route to the top with an introduction to rock climbing. Never rock climbed
The Haliburton Rocks!