Amenities & Facilities
Whether you visit Haliburton Forest for a day, overnight, or a whole week, the wide range of convenient amenities offers you everything you need onsite. There are plenty of Things to Do, with over 400km of hiking, mountain biking, running and snowmobile trails mapped out for your convenience and safety. Snowmobile trail passes are very popular in the winter.
From restaurant dining, to shopping for souvenirs, to passing the time between scheduled events and activities, there is something for everyone at Haliburton Forest.
Don’t run out of fuel: gasoline (regular and premium), oil, and propane are available at the Main Office at Base Camp. Visa, MasterCard and Interac are accepted.
Visit the Logging Museum to learn more about Ontario’s rich history of logging, and how Haliburton Forest’s sustainable logging practice is enhancing this historical staple of Canadian industry.
While you are wondering you may get a glimpse of some of our wildlife in their natural habitat including but not limited to, the groundhogs who call Base Camp home, red foxe(s), moose, white tailed deer, beavers, snowshoe hares among the many birds, squirrels and adorable chipmunks. At the barn over the summer we also have pigs!
These trails are approximately 1 km each and join up together to make a nice 2km trail.
Experience the outdoors with a variety of rental equipment available to single-day visitors and longer-stay guests. See all rental rates via the links below.
Explore over 100 lakes in a canoe! Rent a canoe onsite – the price includes equipment and life jackets!
Guests can book courts for free, so bring your racket and balls, for a game at the Haliburton Forest Tennis Club!