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Halls Lake is full of beautiful waterfront cottages that are available to begin making memories in!
These incredible cottages offer warmth and rustic charm amidst the picturesque backdrop of this beautiful forested lake.
Many of the waterfront cottages available in Halls Lake are one-storey properties with beautiful decks for watching the sun rise and set from.
Some properties even have their own private docks and boat launches, so it’s easy to splash into the deep clear waters of Halls Lake for a swim, or for those with boats to set out on adventures right from their home, exploring the waters of this beautiful lake.
Halls Lake cottages are the epitome of living in a beautiful cabin lifestyle within Haliburton, with unbelievable views from every angle, you're getting the absolute most out of the value of your new dream property.
Since this area is still in development, Halls Lake also has a number of empty lots available for sale, so potential homeowners can build their getaway cottage exactly how it exists in their imagination.
The getaway properties amongst Halls Lake cottages for sale are perfect retreats amidst nature for retired couples, young families, and those looking for a cozy weekend cottage away from the busy nature of big city living. Take a breath of fresh air and fully immerse yourself in all the area has to offer.
Halls Lake Area Information
Halls Lake real estate is located in central west Haliburton County just off of Highway 35, so residents here enjoy secluded, private properties while having easy access to this main road.
The town of Carnarvon is also conveniently located less than 10 minutes south of Halls Lake, keeping residents close to nearby grocery stores, gas stations, LCBO and other amenities.
Residents of Halls Lake are also close to the town of Haliburton, just 25 minutes to the east.
This small town is home to multiple parks and beaches, as well as many locally-owned artisan boutiques to explore.
Buttermilk Falls is located on the southern end of Halls Lake and connects this large lake to an even bigger one, Boshkung Lake.
This beautiful area is a great place to explore the history of the Halls Lake area, as it’s not all natural. Cement log chutes guide the river as it was once used as a way to transport logs to an old logging mill.
There are also walking paths along the riverside all the way from Halls Lake to Boshkung Lake.
Halls Lake is also home to a lot of beautiful public green spaces, such as Elvin Johnson Park.
This beautiful little park is located on the shores of Halls Lake, with a public beach area to enjoy as well as a playground and a covered area with picnic tables for visiting and hosting outdoor events and activities.
Other lakes in the Halls Lake area include:
FAQs About Halls Lake
Q: How big is Halls Lake?
A: Halls Lake is one of the largest lakes in the Algonquin Highlands District at over 1,300 acres and a maximum depth of over 250 feet.
Q: Is Halls Lake near any other lakes?
A: Halls Lake is just north of Boshkung Lake — another large lake in the area — separated by Buttermilk Falls.
Q: Are there any parks near Halls Lake?
A: Most of the area around Halls Lake is beautiful parkland, but there is a designated park area on the eastern side of Halls Lake called Elvin Johnson Park.
Explore the Lakes of Beautiful Haliburton County
- Beech Lake
- Benoir Lake
- Big Hawk Lake
- Bitter Lake
- Black Lake
- Bob Lake
- Boshkung Lake
- Brady Lake
- Canning Lake
- Clement Lake
- Dark Lake
- Drag Lake
- Eagle Lake
- Farquhar Lake
- Grace Lake
- Grass Lake
- Green Lake
- Haliburton Lake
- Halls Lake
- Head Lake
- Horseshoe Lake
- Kashagawigamog Lake
- Kawagama Lake
- Kennisis Lake
- Koshlong Lake
- Kushog Lake
- Little Hawk Lake
- Little Kennisis Lake
- Little Redstone Lake
- Maple Lake
- Minden Lake
- Paudash Lake
- Percy Lake
- Redstone Lake