Places of Interest
A log chute is a man-made trough that was used to carry logs over rough river landscape to a sawmill.
On the outskirts of Haliburton Village in Glebe Park this museums main building displays a variety collections to peruse, including exhibits about
A funky little store, brimming with personality and finds.
Randy and Sue spent 20 wonderful years in Australia, living in many places around Sydney, including raising three beautiful children in a suburb ca
Take a cruise of scenic Lake Kashagawigamog and adjoining waters in the Haliburton Highands aboard the classic fantail l
Let South Algonquin Trails help you enjoy the diversity of the Haliburton Highlands.
The creative energies are bursting out of this beautiful studio in Dorset. Have an espresso, check out the pottery and all the other goodies, Tara
Algonquin Outfitters in Haliburton Village embraces all the area has to offer with a great selection of products and services.
The Rails End Gallery and Arts Centre is a public art gallery located in Haliburton’s historic railway station.
Explore the backroads, villages and hamlets of the Haliburton Highlands on your bike.
Greenmantle Farm is located just off the Essonville Line in Wilberforce, Ontario.
This local company is committed to life on the bike.
To the community most think of the Annual Stanhope Heritage Day in July when they think of this museum, a day everyone comes out to see displays, d
I visit the Sculpture Forest often.
Abbey Gardens is a charity providing economic and recreational opportunities for the Haliburton community.
Adventure Haliburton is a collaboration of 15 exciting outdoor adventure experience providers located throughout the Haliburton Highlands.