About HaliburtonHaliburton is a recreational center in the Haliburton Highlands, a region of more than 600 lakes scattered among hills, cliffs and forests. Skyline Park, .5 kilometres (.3 mi.) east on Hwy. 121, affords excellent views of the surrounding terrain. Summertime outdoor diversions include bicycling, fishing, golfing and hiking, while dog-sledding, skiing, snowboarding and snowmobiling are popular during the colder months.
The Northern Lights Performing Arts Pavilion, 5358 CR 21, is the site of dramatic and musical productions year-round, including the Highlands Summer Festival from late June through early August; phone (705) 457-7751 for the theater, or (705) 457-9933 or (855) 457-9933 for the festival.
Visitor Centers Haliburton Highlands Tourism Information Centre 12340 Hwy. 35 N. Haliburton, ON . Phone:(705)286-1777 or (800)461-7677
Things to Do Haliburton Forest Wolf Centre
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