We service several different cottage country areas at Chestnut Park. From the 1000 Islands to Muskoka, there are plenty of retreat options to choose from. One area we service in that is growing wildly with cottagers looking for a new place to enjoy some quiet relaxation away from the city, is beautiful Haliburton. The recreation available in the area is endless and we want to introduce you to some of the exciting things Haliburton has to offer.

 
Haliburton has a plethora of winter activities, but cottagers busy themselves with many fun summer activities. Here is your mini guide to Haliburton in the summer:
 
Activities:
 
Go Jump In A Lake.
 
 
 
You’re in cottage country, and there’s no better way to experience than to indulge in lake life. There’s over 600 lakes in the area! Depending on the regulations of the lake, you can enjoy boating, water sports, canoeing, kayaking, paddle boarding, fishing, swimming or curling up on the dock with a good book. Our lakes are our favourite thing about Haliburton! If you have questions about any of them, you can ask our team.
 
 
 
EAT.
 
 
(photo provided by Rhubarb)
 
Haliburton is more than just BBQ’ing burgers on the deck of your cottage. There are some great places to eat and drink in the area when you’re ready to escape your personal happy place and have someone cook for you and your family. We love Rhubarb (incredible local food prepared in-house) and there’s a pretty cool brewery, Boshkung Brewing Co., in the back too! You can also pick up some super tasty tarts to indulge your sweet tooth at The Little Tart (we recommend eating them there so you don’t have to bring them back to the cottage. Just a thought)
 
 
 
PLAY.
 
 
 
In the winter, you can enjoy everything from dogsledding to ice climbing. But in the summer, there is so much more. When you’re not on the lake you can head out on a guided back country ATV excursion. You can also enjoy an on-route cycle route or loop, or go mountain biking through the Haliburton Forest and Wild Life Reserve Ltd. Sir Sam’s Ski & Bike features over 23 kilometres of cross-country and downhill trail traversing open meadow, hardwood forest and ancient rock outcropping. The Haliburton Skyline Park is a fun family outing, or you can enjoy golfing at Beaverbrook Golf Course, Blairhampton Golf Club, Carnavon Family Golf, Haliburton Highlands Golf Course, Lakeside Golf Club or Pinestone Resort.
 
 
 
Explore.
 
 
 
When you’re looking for something a little more stimulating or something that will engage your brain you can learn something new at the Hawk Lake Log Shute. This site is the only one of its kind in Ontario and offers everyone who visits a little piece of history. Or, wander through the Haliburton Sculpture Forest to enjoy artistic creations throughout the lush surroundings.
 
 
 
Need to know more? Contact us the Haliburton Chestnut Park Team for more information on the area.

 

We service several different cottage country areas at Chestnut Park. From the 1000 Islands to Muskoka, there are plenty of retreat options to choose from. One area we service in that is growing wildly with cottagers looking for a new place to enjoy some quiet relaxation away from the city, is beautiful Haliburton. The recreation available in the area is endless and we want to introduce you to some of the exciting things Haliburton has to offer.

 
Haliburton has a plethora of winter activities, but cottagers busy themselves with many fun summer activities. Here is your mini guide to Haliburton in the summer:
 
Activities:
 
Go Jump In A Lake.
 
 
 
You’re in cottage country, and there’s no better way to experience than to indulge in lake life. There’s over 600 lakes in the area! Depending on the regulations of the lake, you can enjoy boating, water sports, canoeing, kayaking, paddle boarding, fishing, swimming or curling up on the dock with a good book. Our lakes are our favourite thing about Haliburton! If you have questions about any of them, you can ask our team.
 
 
 
EAT.
 
 
(photo provided by Rhubarb)
 
Haliburton is more than just BBQ’ing burgers on the deck of your cottage. There are some great places to eat and drink in the area when you’re ready to escape your personal happy place and have someone cook for you and your family. We love Rhubarb (incredible local food prepared in-house) and there’s a pretty cool brewery, Boshkung Brewing Co., in the back too! You can also pick up some super tasty tarts to indulge your sweet tooth at The Little Tart (we recommend eating them there so you don’t have to bring them back to the cottage. Just a thought)
 
 
 
PLAY.
 
 
 
In the winter, you can enjoy everything from dogsledding to ice climbing. But in the summer, there is so much more. When you’re not on the lake you can head out on a guided back country ATV excursion. You can also enjoy an on-route cycle route or loop, or go mountain biking through the Haliburton Forest and Wild Life Reserve Ltd. Sir Sam’s Ski & Bike features over 23 kilometres of cross-country and downhill trail traversing open meadow, hardwood forest and ancient rock outcropping. The Haliburton Skyline Park is a fun family outing, or you can enjoy golfing at Beaverbrook Golf Course, Blairhampton Golf Club, Carnavon Family Golf, Haliburton Highlands Golf Course, Lakeside Golf Club or Pinestone Resort.
 
 
 
Explore.
 
 
 
When you’re looking for something a little more stimulating or something that will engage your brain you can learn something new at the Hawk Lake Log Shute. This site is the only one of its kind in Ontario and offers everyone who visits a little piece of history. Or, wander through the Haliburton Sculpture Forest to enjoy artistic creations throughout the lush surroundings.
 
 
 
Need to know more? Contact us the Haliburton Chestnut Park Team for more information on the area.

 

We service several different cottage country areas at Chestnut Park. From the 1000 Islands to Muskoka, there are plenty of retreat options to choose from. One area we service in that is growing wildly with cottagers looking for a new place to enjoy some quiet relaxation away from the city, is beautiful Haliburton. The recreation available in the area is endless and we want to introduce you to some of the exciting things Haliburton has to offer.

 
Haliburton has a plethora of winter activities, but cottagers busy themselves with many fun summer activities. Here is your mini guide to Haliburton in the summer:
 
Activities:
 
Go Jump In A Lake.
 
 
 
You’re in cottage country, and there’s no better way to experience than to indulge in lake life. There’s over 600 lakes in the area! Depending on the regulations of the lake, you can enjoy boating, water sports, canoeing, kayaking, paddle boarding, fishing, swimming or curling up on the dock with a good book. Our lakes are our favourite thing about Haliburton! If you have questions about any of them, you can ask our team.
 
 
 
EAT.
 
 
(photo provided by Rhubarb)
 
Haliburton is more than just BBQ’ing burgers on the deck of your cottage. There are some great places to eat and drink in the area when you’re ready to escape your personal happy place and have someone cook for you and your family. We love Rhubarb (incredible local food prepared in-house) and there’s a pretty cool brewery, Boshkung Brewing Co., in the back too! You can also pick up some super tasty tarts to indulge your sweet tooth at The Little Tart (we recommend eating them there so you don’t have to bring them back to the cottage. Just a thought)
 
 
 
PLAY.
 
 
 
In the winter, you can enjoy everything from dogsledding to ice climbing. But in the summer, there is so much more. When you’re not on the lake you can head out on a guided back country ATV excursion. You can also enjoy an on-route cycle route or loop, or go mountain biking through the Haliburton Forest and Wild Life Reserve Ltd. Sir Sam’s Ski & Bike features over 23 kilometres of cross-country and downhill trail traversing open meadow, hardwood forest and ancient rock outcropping. The Haliburton Skyline Park is a fun family outing, or you can enjoy golfing at Beaverbrook Golf Course, Blairhampton Golf Club, Carnavon Family Golf, Haliburton Highlands Golf Course, Lakeside Golf Club or Pinestone Resort.
 
 
 
Explore.
 
 
 
When you’re looking for something a little more stimulating or something that will engage your brain you can learn something new at the Hawk Lake Log Shute. This site is the only one of its kind in Ontario and offers everyone who visits a little piece of history. Or, wander through the Haliburton Sculpture Forest to enjoy artistic creations throughout the lush surroundings.
 
 
 
Need to know more? Contact us the Haliburton Chestnut Park Team for more information on the area.

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