This Sunday, take the time to celebrate the dad or father figure in your life with a planned out day in one of the most beautiful areas in the country: Muskoka and Haliburton County. 


In case you didn't realize the big day was coming up so soon, we've come up with a list of great Father's Day activities to do in these gorgeous Ontario lake regions. 


Read on for our list of ways to show your dad just how much you appreciate him (and act like you had it planned for months)!

Things To Do For Father's Day 2022 In Haliburton County

1. Head To A Haliburton Brewery 

Whether your old man is into laid back lagers and pilsners or looking for that hoppy kick with an IPA or pale ale, there are a couple options for sitting in the hot Ontario sun…

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Waterfront homes tend to have a design sensibility all of their own. There’s a reason why we describe some styles - both in overall structure and interior design - as being “coastal” or “beach house”.

There’s just a certain atmosphere that carries through to the buildings we inhabit on our vacation time near the water, whether it be a sunny beach or a quiet forested lake.

Unfortunately, visiting these homes on a seasonal basis, perhaps renting them or even occupying them part-time if they’re owned, means that sometimes design can be overlooked. 

So, if you’re looking for ideas to keep your waterfront home design fresh and contemporary, you’re in the right place.

1. Keep It Simple

The days of busy waterfront home decor are gone. So take all…

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Haliburton County in central Ontario, also known as the Haliburton Highlands, is one of the most sought-after areas for acquiring luxury cottage country homes.

In many ways, this area is even more prestigious than the better known Muskoka due to its quieter atmosphere, unique towns, and its proximity to the Algonquin Park. 

Homes in Haliburton County run the range from modest cabins to sprawling luxury properties.

Want to learn more about what properties at the high-end of Haliburton’s real estate market have to offer? Then read on to find out more.

Luxury Homes in Haliburton County

Luxury homes in Haliburton County come in a variety of styles, from the more rustic looking chalet-type mansions in raw wood and stone, to modernist displays of…

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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.

Minden

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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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. 

As spring comes into full effect…

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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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Located in beautiful Haliburton County, Irondale has come a long way since its beginnings in 1870.

Let’s take a step back in time to discover how the charming community got its start!

The History Of Irondale

Once large deposits of iron ore were found in the area, it didn’t take long for people to begin settling down.


It took a couple of years, but in 1874 a post office and general store called Devil’s Creek opened their doors, signalling the beginning of the area's true development. Not long after, a church and a school followed.


A mine was quickly erected to reach the area's valuable minerals. As the road conditions were quite poor at time, transportation of ore from the mine was rather limited. To help with this, the decision to…

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If you're considering buying a property in the ever popular lake districts of Haliburton or Muskoka County in Ontario, you've probably looked at real estate in popular lakes such as Lake Muskoka, Lake of Bays, and others. However, before looking at these larger lakes, consider the benefits of living on a smaller, more tucked away lake. 

Perfect for those looking for a quieter, more secluded retreat, these lakes still keep residents close to larger cities such as Ottawa and the Greater Toronto Area. 

For those looking for peaceful, serene cottage getaways or even year round living in the heart of nature, we've come up with a list of five hidden gem lakes in the Haliburton and Muskoka areas. 

Three Mile Lake

Located just east of Lake Rosseau,…

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When the summer heat and humidity kick in, many Canadians gear up, hit the road, and head north to cottage country!

And, Haliburton County is certainly no exception.

With stunning landscapes, glistening lakes, and endless opportunities for fun, it's the perfect destination for a little rest and relaxation.

And, when cold weather begins calling, the adventures show no signs of slowing down.

Afterall, no matter the time of year, it’s the perfect time to call Haliburton County home.

To discover some of the best ways to spend your time, year-round, keep reading! Consider yourself warned though, you may have a hard time landing on just one option. Fortunately, you have all year to check off the items on this list!

Discover Year-Round…

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The beautiful areas in Southern Ontario, Canada’s incredibly well known cottage country of Muskoka and Haliburton County truly make up the perfect spot for families to visit or even live in. 

What better time is there to plan a trip to these stunning outdoor lover’s havens than on Family Day 2022?

The time where families can come together and spend true outdoor fun together bonding over authentic experiences and memories to last a lifetime is right here in Muskoka and Haliburton County. 

The Muskoka Signature Experience

Since Family Day 2022 falls in the winter months - that usually means winter activities with the family which makes for a great opportunity to cozy up with a warm hot chocolate all around with the family afterwards. 

If…

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