Haliburton COTTAGE RENTALS - WHY RENT HERE?
Haliburton is a wonderful travel destination, known for its beautiful scenery and lakefront cottage properties. Haliburton is one of the most well-known cottage country regions, and its unique accommodations are coveted by travelers, both local and international. Haliburton cottage rentals are a popular choice for travelers, but there are several other great accommodation options including cottage resorts, hotel resorts and cozy bed and breakfasts.
Haliburton is a great place to rent a cottage year round. In the summer there are many great lakes to pick from to enjoy that memorable family cottage vacation. In the Spring and Fall, Haliburton turns into a beautiful place to hike, bike and nature watch with all the leaves changing colours. Wintertime in Haliburton is a great time to rent a cottage. There is nothing like sitting by your cozy fireplace after a day of snoeshoeing, hiking or if the conditions are safe to skate on a frozen lake.
Some popular attrations include grabbing and ice cream at the Kawartha Dairy, checking out the beautiful view at Haliburton Skyline Park or hiking through the highlands. The town of Haliburton also offers some great family dining and local shopping.
With thousands of Haliburton cottage rentals available you wil be able to find the perfect one for those memorable family vacations.
Haliburton is located in central Ontario’s highlands on the rugged Canadian Shield, with cottage rentals scattered amongst hundreds of lakes shrouded by birch, maple, and pine forest.
The region’s 600 lakes and rivers are hotspots for canoeists, kayakers, anglers and water sport enthusiasts while thousands of kilometres of scenic trails attract hikers, bikers and horseback riders in the summer and cross-country skiers, snowshoers, and snowmobilers come winter. Nearby Hidden Valley Highlands Ski Area and Sir Sam’s Ski & Snowboard provide opportunities for alpine adventure and the Haliburton Forest and Wildlife Reserve - 70,000 private acres of undeveloped land - provides Siberian Husky dogsledding tours and an astronomy observatory. On a clear night, visitors can actually see the Andromeda Galaxy thanks to the Reserve’s remote location free from light pollution!
With plenty of restaurants, cafés, pubs, and spas in Haliburton, there’s no shortage of places to retire to after a day out on the water, trails, or slopes. Be sure to sample wines made with maple syrup at Moon Shadows Estate Winery and stroll through the Sculpture Forest, which showcases the work of Canadian and international artists.
Less than three hours’ drive from both Toronto and Ottawa, Haliburton offers natural, outdoor, and cultural attractions and is a popular place to rent a cottage in Ontario.+ More