Hiking and walking are favourite ways to discover new Ontario outdoor experiences. Trails, vistas, forests and beach shorelines during the spring summer and fall months. Many resorts, lodges, inns and resort-hotels have marked trails on site as well there are marked throughout the many resort destinations north in Ontario.
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Algonquin Highlands Trails
Where Adventure Awaits!
- Haliburton Highlands Water Trails – Frost Centre and Poker Lakes
- Backcountry Camping, Canoeing and Kayaking
- 38kms of Hiking Trails, Hundreds of kms of ATV trails
- Canoe rentals
- Excellent fishing for Trout, Bass and Whitefish
- Dorset Scenic Lookout Tower – Best view of Fall colors in the highlands!
- Ontario’s only full size historic Log chute
Backcountry waterfront campsites $12 per night/adult.
Brand new super lightweight Swift Kevlar Canoes from $34 per day.
Runaway to Romance and Adventure!
1st Class Gourmet Dining. 5 Course Dinners Awarded a Top 10 Dining Experience by North American Inns. Dinner and Breakfast Included in Prices.
Wine Spectator Awarded Wine Cellar. $0 Corkage Fee.
Leading Spas of Canada approved Organic Algonquin Spa.
Horseback riding at Algonquin Park and FREE Algonquin Park Daily Pass.
Winter in Algonquin Park is a one of a kind experience, from walking to skiing, from Horseback to Dogsledding, from snowmobiling to ice skating
48 Intimate lakefront accommodations, from 600 to 1500 sq ft each Jr. Suite or Cabin has a very large double Jacuzzi in front of the Wood Burning Fireplace, all with Private Decks overlooking the Lake.
All accommodations exceed 5 Diamond rating standards. Many are Opulent and furnished by The Art Shoppe of Toronto having their own Outdoor Hot Tub, Sauna, Steam Bath, Double Walk-in Shower with 4 Shower Heads and 50” Plasma TV.
Hiking trails abound, and the hills of the Algonquin Highlands offer many great hiking opportunities. Our trail network and the new Beetle Lake Trail are available from the door. Algonquin Park, just 5 minutes away, has over 200 kms of trails in 21 separate systems.
Spring is a fabulous time to go hiking in Algonquin. The forest awakens with songs of the returning migrant birds and their elaborate mating rituals. Moose are in abundance and can easily be seen by the roadside eating the winter salt.
For a change of scenery, paddle up the Oxtongue River to Ragged Falls and hike to the top, a fabulous 2 hour trip. Or maybe a quiet tour of the north end of the Lake with its wet lands, beaver lodges, high rock cliffs and Speckle trout fishing. We have a wide array of canoes and kayaks for choose from.
In September the days are warm and there is a nip in the night air. Fall is a great time of year to hike in Algonquin. The leaves usually start to turn colour around the middle of September and traditionally last until Thanksgiving. Algonquin is world renowned for its brilliant Red, Orange, and Yellow Cavalcade of Colour.
Cedar Grove Lodge offers individual lakeside cottages on beautiful Peninsula Lake. We are located in Muskoka, 10 minutes East of Huntsville and 15 minutes West of Algonquin Park.
Many of our cottages are log and all offer a wood burning fieldstone fireplace, we supply all of the wood and firelogs free of charge. Visit our website for photos and panoramic photos of our cabins.
Bring your appetite to the lodge because included in the rates are 3 meals per day.
Enjoy free use of all non motorized boats including canoes, kayaks, paddle boats and windsurfers. Free tours on our pontoon boat as well as free waterskiing. (water skiing in July, August only)
Winter brings skating on the lake, cross country skiing, snowshoeing and relaxing by the fire in your own lakeside cabin.
An Eco friendly resort rated 4 green leaves by the Audubon Eco rating program.
Please view our website for over 100 photos, rates and more information.
“A Muskoka Tradition” for over 80 years.
The Lakeview Motel is located on the outskirts of the Village of Haliburton, 2 1/2 hours Northeast of Toronto and just South of Algonquin Park, in the beautiful Haliburton Highlands, On, Canada.
This family-run establishment combines the qualities of a motel with those of a B&B and a resort to provide a unique and enjoyable travel experience.
Spring, Summer or Fall come hike, cycle, travel the winding roads on your motorcycle, ATV from your door (passes onsite). The 20×40 ft. outdoor heated pool is open mid May to late Sept. 7:30 am – dusk. Patios, barbecues, hot tubs and extended parking all available.
We invite you to come and spend some time with us to experience all that Haliburton has to offer.