Base Camp Accommodation

Haliburton Forest offers onsite accommodation in rustic, yet quaint, 2 and 3 bedroom housekeeping units as well as 2 open-loft Picture of Sugar Shack Log Cabinlog cabins located at the Base Camp, the entrance point into the forest.

Whether visiting in the summer or winter housekeeping guests are invited to explore, discover and experience this 100,000 acre property. Valid from check in at 3:00 pm on day of arrival, until the end of the day, day of departure. Come wander our 400 kilometres of trails by foot, mountain bike, snowmobile and ATV (winter only when snowmobile trails are open). Bring a bathing suite, fishing rod, canoe or kayak and enjoy the many lakes, creeks and marshes. Pack a picnic and enjoy a lakeside lunch at any one of our 5 shelter cabins or water access points.

Rental canoes are available onsite (check bottom of this page).

Our accommodations are ideal for couples, families or groups planning to spend quality time with each other at Haliburton Forest with one of our many events, experiences, team building workshops or just out to enjoy the beauty of the Forest. In addition, for the more adventurous at heart, throughout the summer months we offer lakeside drive in camping.

For more information about our individual units please click on one of the links below:

Picture of Beaverhouse cottage livingroomPets

Haliburton Forest is a pet friendly facility. To view our Pet Policy please download the Pet Waiver (in PDF Format). At time of booking please ensure to tell your experience broker that you would like to bring your furry friend and we will do our best to accommodate.

On Site Amenities

All conveniences, such as the main office, equipment rentals, gas and oil sales, walking trails, tennis courts, campfire pit, camp store (for when you forget those marshmallows) and ample parking are within walking distance from the accommodations.

As well as our fully licenced restaurant The Cookhouse.

Just In Case

The Haliburton Highlands offers guests a wide diversity and large number of accommodation providers: from B&B's to lodges and full service hotels to family resorts. Depending on your personal choice, all will provide a fitting base to explore the highlands and all they have to offer. Haliburton Forest is cooperating closely with a select group of accommodators. To view their individual websites please visit our links page.


Accommodation Rates

Spring, Summer & Fall Rates:
(These rates apply as soon as snowmobile trails close until they open again. Typically late March to the beginning of December)


Accommodation Weekly (7 nights) Weekend (Friday-Sunday) Mid-Week per night (Sunday to Thursday) Long Weekend (Friday to Monday)

Two Bedroom





Three Bedroom or Sugar Shack





Boiler Room






Winter Rates:
(Rates apply as soon as snowmobile trails open. Typically the second weekend of December until mid to late March)

Rates are based on a minimum number of adults per unit, which varies with each unit.

  • $99.00 per snowmobile driver per night, plus HST (youth with valid snowmobile license and own snowmobile are considered adults)
  • $49.50 per youth (7 to 17 years old passenger only) per night, plus HST
  • Children 6 and under free
  • There is a 2 night minimum stay on weekends during the winter with a 3 night minimum on the Family Day weekend.

Weekday Dog Sledding AccommodationPackages, available Monday to Thursday nights. The following accommodations prices are valid for those that are dog sledding, and not snowmobiling.

  • $75.00 per person adult (18 and older) per night, plus HST
  • $37.50 per youth (7 to 17 years old) per night, plus HST
  • Children 6 and under free