family fun day

HHOA Family Fun Day

Haliburton Highlands Outdoors Association Brings Back Family Fun Day   The day-long family event will bring more than 600 people to the organization’s hatchery on County Road #1 for family games, kids activities, live animal show, a dog demonstration, archery, fishing and much more. A barbecue produced by the Haliburton Lions Club.     This…

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Haliburton Highlands

Escape Haliburton Highlands

An All-Year Destination: Escape to the Haliburton Highlands A very interesting article written by Parm Parmar, a freelance travel and food writer based in Toronto. All about her adventure to the Haliburton Highlands. Place of Stay Dining Out Meeting Barry Martin owner of Yours Outdoors Tea and Treats Want to get away from it all? Consider a…

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fat bike festival Algonquin Fitters

Fat Bike Festival Comes to Sir Sams

Your Algonquin Outfitters Fat Bike Festival Rolls into Sir Sam’s. You happen to be invited to experience a rare opportunity to slide and ride within the same day! Take off the skies and take a Fat Bike for a spin on purpose-built XC and Downhill courses.   Our Seasons collide as Algonquin Outfitters brings their Fat Bike…

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weekend relaxing

Weekend Getaways Winter Fun

Wintertime vacations is something that is enjoyed by a great number of travelers who come to explore the Haliburton Highlands in Ontario Canada. While you check out and enjoy the many winter experiences in the area you need to also take some time and just chill out. Winter Things To try and do Snowmobiling Dogsledding…

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santafest gifts for kids

Santafest Fun In Bracebridge

Santa Claus, also often known as Saint Nicholas, Father Christmas, Kris Kringle and basically “Santa”, is really a figure with legendary, historic and folkloric origins who, in a number of Western cultures, is said to deliver toys and gifts to the homes of the good children on 24 December, the evening before Christmas Day. Even…

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fall colour report

Watching The Fall Colours Change

No fall coloured flower article post will be complete with out mentioning our cherished mum or chrysanthemum blossoms. (See Fall Colour Report) These small, bushy flowers really are a must from your fall gardens. They are going to come back year after year for you as well. Mums come in a variety of fall colours, hardy…

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Haliburton Hike Festival

Haliburton Hike Festival 2014

Hiking Event of the Year Hike Haliburton Festival September 18th to 21st, 2014 With a lot more than seventy guided hikes, that are themed for all ages and skills. Hiking Global Recreation Hiking in Canada and the USA is our preferred term for a long, vigorous walk in the countryside, often on hiking trails, even…

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dog swimming

Haliburton Going To The Dogs

For the pet lovers of the world, something for the whole family, a great weekend event coming to Haliburton.   Haliburton Going To The Dogs Ultimate Air Dogs Saturday, August 16, 2014 Winterdance Version Head Lake Park Haliburton Ontario Head Lake is going to be ruled by the dogs when Haliburton hosts its first Cottage…

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Lucy Tips Packing of Shoes

Vacation Tip Shower Cap For Shoes

Here is my travel tip for today to help you plan for your next vacation. Trouble viewing video above see it on YouTube When you load a travel suitcase, cover your foot wears within shower caps. This will certainly protect against the dirty soles from touching your clean clothing. Start planning your next vacation trip…

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Polar bear

Polar Iceberg Express

When taking a trip it takes a little thought, good planning and some good luck. These two guys below did both and the results have paid off. Good luck to them and may they have a great trip.   Post by Bill Rowe.    

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