Just east of Muskoka is the large territory of Haliburton County, a gateway to Algonquin Provincial Park just over an hour’s drive outside of the Greater Toronto Area. Haliburton County is home to many charming towns and communities that surround its scenic lakes and rivers.

Read on to find out more about three of these beautiful locations.


Situated on the banks of Gull River between Minden Lake and Gull Lake, Minden is a popular summer destination town with a variety of charming small town attractions and conveniences. 

Located in the southwestern portion of Haliburton County, Minden is also the county seat of Minden Hills township, which includes communities like Ingoldsby, Lutterworth, and Lochlin. The town of Minden itself is home…

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The Muskoka region of Canada is famous for its many attractions that make it a playground for Canadians and international visitors alike. For example, the thousands of lakes, vast areas of pristine forest wilderness, and many beautiful towns are just a few of the features that Muskoka has to offer. 

Stretching from Georgian Bay in the west to the boundary of the Algonquin Provincial Park in the east, the Muskoka region of Ontario is just 2 hours north of Toronto and includes the charming, convenient, and accessible towns of Gravenhurst and Bracebridge. Living or vacationing in this area means enjoying the arts, culture, and high-quality eateries of these locations, not to mention the many resorts and hotels hosting spas, golf courses, and recreation…

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As the weather continues to warm and the sun shines a little longer, the timing couldn’t be better. Especially with Easter right around the corner!

If you’re in need of some inspiration for how to spend the upcoming holiday in the beautiful Haliburton and Muskoka regions, keep on reading. There’s something in store for all ages, from young to old.

For The Kids

Perhaps the best way for young ones to spend their Easter holidays is by testing their searching skills and heading outdoors on the hunt for hidden treasures. Fortunately, there’s no shortage of adventures this year. Discover the following three Easter Egg hunts, they’re sure to make the weekend a memorable one.

Bracebridge Annual Egg Hunt

April 15th, 2022

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Haliburton is a perfect town to live in at any time of the year, but there's nothing like experiencing the fresh, crisp air during the spring season while exploring the many hiking trails in this beautiful region. 

To celebrate the arrival of spring, we've come up with a list of five of the best hiking trails for you to try out in the Haliburton area. 

1. Skyline Park 

Starting off with a shorter but somewhat steep path, Skyline Park is a great option for newcomers to the area because of the view of the town that it affords hikers. 

Located just minutes south of the town of Haliburton, Skyline Park is a great option for hikers looking for a short but rewarding path that looks out over the town at the end. 

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You’re excited to get some use of the warm weather out of your waterfront cottage now that the snow on the lake has melted and you can bring the family out for some fun. 

As exciting as it may be to jump right into enjoying your homey seasonal cottage with the entire family, there are some important responsibilities to take care of first. 

Spring cleaning your cottage may seem like a daunting task, but it’s worth the maintenance for having your home in great shape to truly enjoy it. 

Here are just a few of the main spring cleaning waterfront cottage steps that you should consider adding to your regimen this year. 

Protecting Your Local Lake 

Spring cleaning your cottage isn’t just about washing up your home or getting rid of garbage - it’s…

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