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Skyline Park

You can take in an incredible view of Haliburton and surrounding areas any time of the year from the Skyline Lookout Park just east of the Village of Haliburton at 196 Skyline Road off of Hwy 118.

Best view of Haliburton from several hundred feet above the town.

If the Muskokas are the gem of cottage country in Ontario, the Haliburton Highlands is most certainly Ontario cottage country’s diamond in the rough. Although we share much of the same landscape and natural scenery, Haliburton is less developed and crowded, and its people are just a little more laid-back. With fewer people and less industry, the pace of life here is more relaxed than in the Muskoka Lake region. In Haliburton, you can take your time, and enjoy our untouched natural wilderness in peace and tranquillity.

196 Skyline Park Rd, Dysart et al, ON K0M

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Head Lake Trail

Head Lake Trail, a community-based trail, travels around Head Lake exposing walkers to a variety of scenery around Haliburton.

The Trail begins at Rotary Park and follows a paved pathway to County Road 21. Then heads into Halbiem Cresent and up Glebe Road towards the college. The next kilometre of trail wraps around the campus through the woods with access to the sculpture forest and cross-country ski trails.

West end of Park St, Haliburton, ON, in Rotary Park

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4 (3 votes)


Haliburton County Farmers’ Market

TUESDAYS, 12-4p, June – October

Buy local. Come out and support our Growers and Producers! What was in the field or oven this morning could be on your table tonight!

2 Park St, Haliburton, ON K0M 1S0

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5 (1 vote)


Haliburton Sculpture Forest

Art lovers will enjoy this unique outdoor art exhibit. The Haliburton Sculpture Forest, in Glebe Park, is a unique outdoor collection of sculptures by Canadian and international artists. The trails in the Sculpture Forest—for walking and bike riding in spring, summer and fall and skiing in the winter—provide changing perspectives of the forest and the sculptures in each of the seasons.

297 College Drive, Haliburton, ON K0M 1S0

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4.67 (3 votes)


Haliburton County Studio Tour

Haliburton is home to some of Ontario’s finest artists, craftsmen and creative talents. For more than twenty years, one of the largest tourist attractions in the area has been the Haliburton County Studio Tour. This tour brings to Haliburton thousands of visitors from all over Ontario to show off the county’s artistic talents.

The Studio Tour takes visitors around the entire county, travelling to dozens of artist studios to see demonstrations and to view and purchase unique handmade crafts and pieces of art. The tour is held on two weekends each fall when the autumn colours are at their finest; on the weekend before Thanksgiving and on Thanksgiving weekend.

Downtown, Haliburton ON

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Haliburton Rotary Locomotive

This Canadian National Railroad steam locomotive is on display in Haliburton. The locomotive, a class N4A engine, came into service in 1911 on the Grand Trunk Railway and operated until 1959 mostly servicing Ontario rail lines. The locomotive was built by Brooks Locomotive in Schenectady, NY.

The Rotary Club of Haliburton owns this locomotive. The C.N.R. engine No. 2616 was presented to the community on October 1, 1960.

5358 Haliburton County Rd 21, Haliburton, ON K0M 1S0

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5 (1 vote)


Haliburton Highlands Museum

The Haliburton Highlands Museum was founded as the Haliburton Highlands Pioneer Museum in 1967. It tells the exciting story of the Haliburton area from the earliest settlers right up to the present day.
Our main museum building features a variety of exhibits, while Reid House built in the 1880s depicts everyday life over 100 years ago. Our log buildings, open in the summer months, include a working blacksmith’s forge and a variety of other structures.

66 Museum Road, Haliburton, Ontario

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5 (3 votes)


Head Lake Grill

Food is homemade | Fantastic Local Burger | Feels like home

48 Highland St, Haliburton, ON K0M 1S0

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3 (2 votes)


CF-100 Canuck

Erected in 1974 by the local Royal Canadian Legion Branch 129 and the municipality of Dysart et al, is the Avro Canada CF-100 Mk 5 Canuck

Known as the “Clunk” the CF-100 was the first 100% Canadian designed and built all-weather interceptor and first flew in January 1950.

5358 Haliburton County Rd 21, Haliburton, ON K0M 1S0

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5 (1 vote)


The Ethel Curry Gallery

Are you looking for unique Canadian art that reflects the values of the rugged Haliburton Highlands and the celebrated Ontario artists who create their artwork in tune with the rugged landscape of this very special Canadian region?

The Ethel Curry Gallery exhibits a collection of original Canadian art produced by Ontario artists who have been inspired by the wild, natural beauty of the Haliburton Highlands of Ontario.

94 Maple Avenue, Haliburton, Ontario K0M 1S0

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4.33 (3 votes)

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