Ontario’s Premiere Snowmobile Trails
Experience One of the Top 10 Snowmobiling Destinations in North America
Known as “Ontario’s snowmobiling wonderland” and offering over 400 km of well developed and carefully maintained snowmobile and winter ATV trails, Haliburton Forest is considered to be one of the Top 10 snowmobiling destinations in North America.
Haliburton Forest’s location at the top of the Algonquin Dome boasts unmatched winter ATVing conditions, while the rest of eastern North America suffers from repeat winters of poor snowfall.
Despite this growth in popularity and use, we’re committed to maintaining your winter getaway experience without sacrificing the quality of our snowmobile trails. Snowmobile freely: By limiting the number of passes, and having an extensive network of trails, riders never experience a back-to-back line up.
Gasoline, oil, snowmobile rentals, accommodations, and food are available at Base Camp (with free parking) near Kennisis Lake.
Valid ownership and insurance per snowmobile/ATV (no side by sides please) must be presented to staff in the Main Office upon check in.
|Daily Trail Passes*||Seasonal Trail Passes||Family Seasonal Passes|
|Snowmobile Driver – $49/day||Before January 1st – $400/driver||First Machine – $450/family|
|Adult Passenger – $10/day||After January 1st – $450/driver||Second Machine* – $200/family|
|Passenger Season Pass – $100||Third Machine* – $100/family|
- All visitors to Haliburton Forest are required to obtain a permit (daily or seasonal) prior to entering the property. Those failing to comply will face trespassing charges.
- At time of purchase valid ownership and insurance will be required per snowmobile being booked as well as on the trails. Upon arrival passes MUST be picked up at the Main Office. Driver’s must have a valid driver’s license or the equivalent Motorized Snow Vehicle Operator’s License.
- Youth 12 and older can drive with proof of valid Snowmobile License or G1. Children under 18 are to be accompanied by parent/guardian.
- *Family Season’s Passes must be within the same household. Valid for up to 2 adults with their children 21 years of age and under.
- Side by sides are not permitted on the trails.
- No after market pipes, cans, etc… (nothing that makes your sled(s) louder).
- If riding double, adults must have a legal two up. Children are permitted to ride double with an adult. All riders are REQUIRED to wear helmets.
- The Daily Trail Pass is valid for the day it was purchased for, until midnight
If you’re interested in reading more about our permit rates, look no further than this blog post.