Click above to find or advertise your cottage rental in Haliburton covering Algonquin Highlands, Dysart et al, Highlands East, Minden Hills. Property rentals available from a private cottage, cabin, chalet or cottage resort.
Haliburton is located in Ontario cottage country. There are many resorts and lakeside cottage rentals for any type of vacation. Whether you are looking for a romantic getaway or family vacation, there are various resorts and lodges, campsites. In the Visit Haliburton directory we have a listing of accommodations which include resorts, lodges, cottage rentals, camps and bed and breakfast. Listing for activities, shopping are also avaiable. Haliburtons beautiful lakefront properites and unspoiled wilderness provide a great space for hiking and wildlife observation. Algonquin Provincial Park is for families and couples seeking a more natural camp setting. South of Algonquin Park is the 70,000 acre Haliburton Forest Wildlife Reserve. With it's Wolf Centre it offers activities such as wolf howl events, the “Walk In The Clouds” treetop canopy tour, outdoor theatre and music concert entertainment. In Haliburton you can always find a place to fish or go kayaking, canoeing and golf. In the winter theres dog sledding, snowmobiling and cross country skiing.
Visit Haliburton Directory
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Algonquin Highlands (8)
Dysart et al (11)
Minden Hills (14)
| Haliburton a county located in Ontario, Canada with more than 600 lakes, borders Algonquin Park on the north is known for its beautiful cottage country and tourism. The major lakes in the area are Boskung Lake, Drag Lake, Gull Lake, Haliburton Lake, Halls Lake, Hawk Lake, Head Lake, Lake Kashagawigamog, Kawagama Lake, Kennisis Lake, Kushog Lake, Minden Lake, Mountain Lake, Paudash Lake, Redstone Lake, Salerno Lake, Twelve Mile Lake and Wenona Lake. Haliburton is named after Thomas Chandler Haliburton the first chairman of the Canadian Land and Emigration Company, an author and statesman.Started as a Provisional County of Haliburton in 1874 then in 1983 became Haliburton County.