Things To Do in Ontario's Highlands

Discover all the great things we have to offer!

Cycling

Grip the handlebars. Cyclists will be awe-struck by the expanse of trails and the magnificent views accompanying them as they soar down kilometre after kilometre of rugged mountain bike terrain or glide over smooth, paved roadways. With the wind at your back and the sights up ahead, the sky's the limit.See More

Golfing

Tee off. There is a wide selection of golf courses in our region. From experienced aces to those green on the green, there's a course for all levels of experience. Gather up your golfing buddies and try a new course every weekend, or master your favourite and impress your friends with consistent bogeys and hole-in-ones. And if you're looking for some of the most affordable golfing in Ontario, down here that's just par for the course.See More

Festivals & Events

Dance like no one is watching. Locals and guests alike will be entertained by the many festivals, concerts, and events that take place here year-round. You'll be glad you came not only for the sheer enjoyment, but also for the local history that is a vibrant part of these lively celebrations.See More

Snowmobiling

Sweep through the snow. Embark on a snowmobile trek through Ontario’s Highlands. Don’t worry if you don’t own a machine, there are plenty to rent within the region, along with a selection of Snow Country trail maps, making it possible to customize your self-led trip anywhere from one afternoon to one week. Not sure where to start? Guided tours are also available.See More

Fishing

Cast away. You know all those lakes and rivers we've mentioned? They're also the perfect territory for fishermen to take home the prize winning big fish or earn bragging rights to the even bigger "one that got away".See More

 

Recreational Geology

Hunt for hidden treasure. History takes shape right before your eyes in this area of the Canadian Shield, where you can uncover minerals, fossils, and geological wonders that have been 1.5 billion years in the making. Recreational palaeontologists and geologists take note: we are home to both the Mineral and Ordovician Fossil Capitals of Canada.See More

Arts, Culture & Heritage

Get cultured. Arts & heritage abound in our region's towns. Visit a wealth of artisan shops and boutiques to find that special one-of-a-kind piece you've been looking for. Or take in one of the performances our local theatre groups stage throughout the year. We also offer museum tours rich in our region's local history and studio tours to let you see behind-the-scenes of the work produced by some of our most talented artists and artisans.See More

Paddling, Canoeing & Kayaking

Float your boat. Or canoe. Or kayak. Or whitewater raft. For those who prefer to paddle, Ontario's Highlands features thousands of lakes and rivers just waiting for the next water enthusiast to make their mark in the calm waters or raging rapids – you choose! – with a masterfully placed oar. We are home to both the internationally renown Rideau Canal, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and the Whitewater Capital of Canada, the Upper Ottawa Valley.See More

Motorsports & ATV

Rev it up. Motorsports enthusiasts, start your engines. Ontario's Highlands makes for the perfect getaway come rain, snow or shine when you have torque fueling your adventure. Drive your ATV or dirt bike down a myriad of trails. Or explore our many lakes and rivers in your boat, where you ride the waves going full throttle. We're pleased to offer well-maintained trails that make tearing up the track safe and enjoyable, year-round.See More

 

Winter Adventure

Get out in the snow. When is the last time you yelled “mush” while traveling by dogsled? How about strapped on snowshoes to venture down trails alongside deer and other wildlife? Dare we ask – the last time you ice climbed over a cascading block of frozen icicles? These adventures are just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to winter fun in Ontario’s Highlands.See More

 

Activities

Location: P.O. Box 60 , Haliburton

Adventure Haliburton is a not-for-profit collective of 15 of the great adventure experiences available in the Haliburton Highlands that span all 4 seasons and all types of adventures.

(705) 457-1027
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Location: 176 Bobcaygeon Road Box 648, Minden

Founded in 1981, the Agnes Jamieson Gallery holds the largest collection of artwork by Canadian painter André Lapine in the world. Gallery exhibitions primarily focus on Canadian Landscape art.

(705) 286-3763
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Location: 287 Parchers Road RR 1, Barry's Bay

The evolution of camping is here with a 21st Century solution. Introducing The Pod - a true glamping experience.

(613) 756-7920
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Location: 23 Edward St, Markham

Summer or winter, there is always plenty to do and see. With over 40 km of groomed trackset and wilderness trails inside Algonquin Park, the Algonquin Eco-Lodge is a the best Algonquin Park hotel for cross country skiing, dog sledding, snowshoeing, etc.

(905) 471-9453
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Location: 127 Sine Rd. R R # 1, Stirling

We've been breeding award winning alpacas since 2003. Our annual fibre clip is processed locally and all of our product is Made in Canada using Canadian alpaca fibre. We welcome farm visits by appointment - please email or call ahead.

(613) 395-6406
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Location: 1211 Wonderland Rd. RR 2, Haliburton

Tour Manager in the entertainment business for over 36 years Fishing business for 3 years

(705) 457-9056
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Location: 11379 Hwy. 62 R.R #5, Madoc

Arts Centre Hastings is a showcase for the arts in Centre Hastings. An ideal venue for memorable performances, exhibitions or special events, our 1800 square foot sustainable building is a remarkable, community cultural gathering place.

(613) 473-5265
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Location: 15 Victoria Avenue Box 2, 2nd Floor, Belleville

The Arts Route directs you to artists, artisans and galleries across Hastings County. The Arts Route creates a trail of discovery to painters, potters, jewellery makers, photographers and other creative people. Travel the Arts Route at your leisure, at y

(613) 966-6712
Location: 1551 Bark Lake Dr., Irondale

Bark Lake Outdoor Leadership Centre, hosting schools, groups, corporations for team building, leadership & outdoor learning. Great food, accommodations, adventures & learning with highly qualified staff in a beautiful wilderness location-Year Round!

(705) 447-2447
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Location: 2937 Old Barry's Bay Road, Barry's Bay

Welcome to one of the best newest resorts in Ontario Canada, Barry's Bay Golf Resort. Our resort provides beautiful accommodation to suit any occasion, and any budget. We are surrounded by beautiful lakefront scenery with amazing sunsets and a great

(613) 756-2484
Location: 123 Poonamalie , Smiths Falls

indoor par 44 mini golf w sand bunkers and water features, virtual golf simulator. Outdoor sheltered driving range. Licensed lounge, pro shop and PGA instruction.

(613) 283-4884
Location: 3417 McDonald's Corners Rd, Lanark

This beautiful picturesque 9 Hole golf course is a "hidden gem" in the heart of Lanark County. Cut out of the areas famous maple sugar bush, the tree lined fairways and elevation changes are a challenge to all levels of golfers. There's always time for 9!

(613) 264-1062
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Location: 50 Barrett Chute Road, Calabogie

Blues artists and ribbers from across Canada and the US will gather August 17, 18 & 19, 2012 at Calabogie Peaks Resort to celebrate the second annual Class Axe Guitars - Calabogie Blues & Ribfest, in partnership with 101.9 DAWG FM.

(613) 752-2720
Location: 30 Barrett Chute Road, Calabogie

The ultimate family mountain resort in the Ottawa Valley offers the best ski & ride programs, terrain (29 runs, 2 terrain parks & 3 lifts), tubing, snowmaking, and accommodations. Also summer activities: golf, hiking, beach, tennis, xcountry biking & more

(613) 752-2720
Location: Hwy 118 near Bancroft, Cardiff

2 week/1 month Children's Camps

(613) 339-2969
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Location: 248 Bell Street, Arnprior

One and multi day guided canoe trips in large replica voyageur canoes. Ottawa River, Algonquin Park, Rideau Canal, Georgian Bay. Traditional foods, Voyageur costumed guides and wildlife viewing amidst wonderful scenery. Groups, family, individuals.

(613) 623-9560
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Location: 203 Christie Lake Lane 32 RR#4, Tay Valley

Cabin Rentals

(613) 267-3470
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Location: 7100 Gelert Rd, Haliburton

Team of draft horses pulls sleigh across open fields and through woods. Call ahead for rates and dates.

(705) 457-2149
Location: 46 Hemlock St. PO Box 15, Cardiff, ON

Deep Roots Team Building is an experienced, fully mobile team that specializes in Wilderness Guiding, and Team Building. We offer four seasons of experiential based activities and events!

(705) 854-0628
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Location: Po Box 1774 38 Flint Avenue, Bancroft

Wildlife & Scenic Photography Tours, Workshops, Fine Art & Photography Sales and Exhibits. Membership: Bancroft & District Chamber of Commerce.

(613) 637-2961
Location: 955 Opeongo Road, Renfrew

18 Holes

(613) 432-3838
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Location: 638 Mill Rd, Madoc On

Drum Nation Festival celebrates the artistic expression of the drum and its presence in all cultures. An interactive festival providing new life experiences with energetic performances, wonderful demonstrators, exhibitors and more.

(613) 243-5460
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Location: 942 Upper Scotch Line, Perth

Ecotay Education Centre is located in a group of beautifully restored heritage barns. A variety of special events are held at the Center, including: concerts, fairs, and trade shows. Also available for private rental for weddings, reunions, and retreats.

(613) 267-6391
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Location: 5 McCann crescent, Eldorado

Guided tours of the Richardson Goldmine and the Eldorado copper mine

(613) 242-0374
Location: 266 Concession 2 North Sherbrooke RR#1, Lanark Highlands

At Elphin Mountain Farm we aim to breed traditional type Connemara ponies: correct, athletic and hardy with the exceptional Connemara temperament.

(613) 278-2520
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Location: RR6, Perth

Ezelo Angling Adventures - Your licenced fishing guides, Sheldon Hatch and John Cheng specialize in making your guided fishing trip into an on-the-water adventure of a life time. All fishing equipment and bait supplied. Walleye, Lake Trout, Bass & Salmon

1 (613) 851-5151
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Location: 26 Maple Ave. RR#2, Norwood

Fish Master Lures custom makes sport fishing lures that are all hand-carved/hand-crafted/hand-painted and hand-poured. We offer the largest and most unique lures and accessories, along with a guiding service in a beautiful 1947 Peterborough Cedar strip.

(705) 875-0935
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Location: 16151 Hwy 41, Cloyne

FOBE sponsors a 3-day art show, operates a Gift Shop & Art Gallery, operates 2 tour boats on Mazinaw lake with 16,000 tourists pa, sponsors nature related programs for 52,000 pa, runs weekend BBQs July-Aug.; supports programs in Bon Echo Provincial Park.

(613) 336-0830
Location: 2243 Elm Grove Road RR 5, Perth

We work to enhance the natural and cultural heritage of the park. The annual Heritage Mica Festival interprets the Silver Queen Mine and its history. The archaeology program brings history to life for students working with professional archaeologists.

(613) 267-5340
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Location: 1984 Essonville Line County Rd. 4, Wilberforce

geo-cache (written clues downloaded from online), guided tours of pristine mineral sites on 300acres with cave,waterfalls, springs, flora & fauna identification part of tour

(705) 448-3948
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Location: PO Box 946, Haliburton County

As part of a 2,000 kilometre system of trails of the Haliburton Highlands is home to the largest managed ATV trails systems in Ontario. These trails which are mapped, signed and insured, range from smooth to rough terrain and offer a variety for riders.

(705) 286-2368
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Location: 5623 Gelert Rd, Haliburton

The Haliburton County Folk Society is dedicated to promoting roots and folk music in the Haliburton Highlands through performances, events, and member services.

(705) 457-9110
Location: 5623 Gelert Rd, Haliburton

Annual event held the weekend before Thanksgiving and Thanksgiving weekend featuring the studios of Haliburton County artists. Visitors have the opportunity to explore the County during the most colourful season and "treasure hunt" for one of a kind art.

(705) 457-9110
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Location: 1095, Kennisis Lake Rd., Haliburton

80,000 acre private Forest. 300 km. of snowmobile trails Dog sledding tours Canada's first Wolf Centre North America's First Canopy Tour, 100's of Km. of Mountain biking and hiking trails, camping, house keeping cabins and restaurant all on site.

(705) 754-2198
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Location: Box 485, Haliburton

Non profit, volunteer based Cross Country Ski association. More than 90 km of well groomed quality trails at 5 locations throughout Haliburton. Both classic and skate offered at a number of the sites. One site dog friendly

(705) 457-1027
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Location: 187 Highland St., Haliburton

Offering the Spinning training and Bodyblade fitness programs to residents and visitors of Haliburton County.

(705) 457-5984
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Location: 1153 Denison Rd., Minden

Annual studio tour with 13 studios, 29 artisans featuring pottery, glass, jewellery, painting, woodwork, fibre arts, photography, masks, totem poles, and drums.

(705) 286-1725
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Location: P.O. Box 1281, Haliburton

Colourfest: Named "Best fall fest yet!" by Haliburton Echo,. Vibrant street displays, headliner entertainment, vintage cars, hockey tournament/dance, OPP Golden Helmets, pet contest, inflatables, see colours bus ride, contests, clowns, pancake breakfast!

(705) 457-2532
Location: Box 1238 269 Riverside Drive, Haliburton

Haliburton Yoga offers classes, workshops, retreats and custom programs in yoga, qigong and meditation. Haliburton Yoga works with people of all ages and abilities.

(705) 457-3121
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Location: 1119 Tuftsville Rd., Stirling

Unique vacations driving draft horses, workshops on sustainable living, Solar and Wind workshops, Pottery and much more.....

(613) 395-1855
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Location: 2040 Hartsmere Road RR1, McArthurs Mils

Hidden Cove Cottages are located on the shores of Lake Weslemkoon, offering nicely done housekeeping cottages, boat rentals, stays for ATV and snowmobile riders, and hunters. One of the best bass and trout lakes in Ontario! Come visit soon!

(613) 474-3284
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Location: 239 East Lake Rd, P.O. Box 211, Maynooth

Open all Year! Dogsledding, Snowmobiling, Horse Camps, Trail Riding and a Riding Academy - we've got your covered!

(613) 338-2330
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Location: Northern Lights Performing Arts Pavilion Hwy 21 & Cty Rd. 1, Haliburton

performing arts - opera and further development of young opera singers

(705) 457-9933
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Location: Northern Lights Performing Arts Pavilion, (inside the high school) 5358 Country Road 21, Haliburton

Highlands Summer Festival produces live theatre, musicals and concerts during July & August

(705) 457-9933
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Location: 1160 Koshlong Lake Rd, Haliburton

Offering Yoga and Pilates Hiking and other outdoor activities

(705) 455-9294
Location: 30 Barrett Chute Road, Calabogie

The ultimate family mountain, lake and wilderness resort in the Ottawa Valley offers an executive 9 hole golf course on the chores of Calabogie Lake. Stay at our boutique hotel or 2 - 3 bedroom condominiums. Beachfront Bar & Grill open during peak times.

(613) 752-2720
Location: 137 Mile Point Road, Perth

I will be doing guided historical tours of Lanark and surrounding area.

(613) 274-8677
Location: P.O. Box 582, Tweed

Western Riding Lessons & Trail Riding available. Learn to ride & care for horses in a safe, fun & educational environment!

(613) 921-4553
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Location: 505 Iron Mine Road, Lanark

Kapristo Mountain Woodcraft builds distinctive rustic furniture & home accents. Visit our rural studio to shop, or register for a workshop. You'll build a rustic picture frame, chair, or table to take home with you. All skill levels can be accommodated.

(613) 267-4681
Location: 4660 County Rd #21 PO Box 1305, Haliburton

Haliburton village's only sportsman's accommodation: Comprehensive self-guided ATV touring package; Haliburton County's ONLY walleye ice fishing operation; Located at the hub of the Haliburton Snowmobile trail system; Cottages in two different townships.

(705) 457-9798
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Location: R.R.#1, 1122 Lodge Rd., Clarendon Station

The lodge is located on Crotch Lake in Southeastern Ontario. There are walleye, bass and pike for the fisherman. Or 5,000 acres of water to kayak or canoe. We have house-keeping cottages or the American Plan where you can sit back, relax and just fish.

(613) 279-2530
Location: 123 Limerick Lodge Road, Gilmour

Fishing lodge, guest cabins, campsites, and a full service marina on beautiful Limerick Lake. One of the premier bass and lake trout fishing lakes in Ontario.

(613) 474-2144
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Location: 98 Theater Lane, RR #4, Bancroft

On the picturesque banks of the Little Mississippi River. We are a small family run campground providing an all inclusive camping experience, no extra charge for use of canoes, rowboats, lifejackets, firewood, and ice. Walking trails, fishing, relaxing

(613) 332-5106
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Location: 41430A Combermere Rd, Barry's Bay

Ontario's 6th highest elevation, with mile long runs carved through the wilderness.

(613) 756-1ski
Location: 166 Reiche Rd, Pembroke

Mapleside is a family-owned Sugar Bush operation in the heart of the Ottawa Valley near Pembroke, Ontario, run by Carol Anne and Ray Bonenberg. At Mapleside, we use a combination of traditional methods and the newest technology to ensure the highest qu

(613) 735-2366
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Location: 178 KOA Campground Rd RR #2, Marmora

We have spacious shady RV sites, pull throughs, back-ins, tent sites, Kamping Kabins and RV rentals. Enjoy and relax in a quiet country setting. This is a great campground for ATV enthusiasts. Indoor heated pool with large hot tub (opens May Long Weekend

(613) 472-2233
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Location: Box 24, Norwood

Marmora SnoFest is held the first weekend in February in Marmora, Ontario, Canada. Our dog races may be our claim to fame, but over the years we have learned the importance of diversification, and we can now boast a total weekend of activities.

(705) 639-1204
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Location: 4727 Elephant Lake, Harcourt

MartinWood Golf & Country Club Resort offers 18 luxury suites and a championship gold course to those looking for quality, affordable travel options.

(705) 448-1920
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Location: 94 Harmony Rd, Haliburton

Fitness Facility, Personal Training and Nutritional Counseling. Summer Bed and Breakfast on site with outdoor pool.

(705) 457-1700
Location: PO Box 978, Minden

The Haliburton County Fair, sponsored by the Minden Agricultural Society is celebrating it's 147th anniversay in 2011. Features live entertainment, exhibits, kids activities, horse pulls, demolition derby, and much more.

(705) 286-1936
Location: PO Box 504, Minden

Annual bluegrass festival held the 3rd weekend in July from Thurs to Sun sponsored by Rotary and its partners, The Kin, Minden Legion, and Minden Agricultural Society

(705) 457-9783
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Location: 176 Bobcaygeon Rd Box 648, Minden

Step back into the late 1800s, exploring the Minden Hills Museum’s historic pioneer village. There are seven historic buildings on site, including the oldest log home in Haliburton County. This all comes to life in programs and events about the pioneers

(705) 286-3154
Location: PO Box 190, Pakenham

alpine ski and snowboarding destination, includes tubing, skating, cross country skiing

(613) 624-5290
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Location: 489 Crozier Road RR#1, Tay Valley

Remember when your family took those holidays when, from the moment you woke up, you ate, you swam, you fished, you played and ate some more, ending the day completely exhilarated and exhausted?That's the kind of family holiday you'll get at Nordlaw Lodge

(613) 273-2920
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Location: R.R. # 4 200 Hysert Rd., Bancroft

We are a community, volunteer based Hatchery with federal charitable status. It is a membership driven organization, relying on contributions from its members, sponsors and partners. Please support our commercial partners whenever possible.

(613) 332-4084
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Location: Box 104 c/o Mary Schmieder, Douglas

Classical Music Concerts, scholorships & Awards

(613) 754-5217
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Location: 6535 Palmer Road, Palmer Rapids

canoe, kayak, sea kayak, white water, flat water, leadership, rescue and first aid.

(613) 758-2772
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Location: 512 Cedar Grove Road R.R. # 2, Palmer Rapids

Music Festival, bluegrass, country - 1000 camping sites

(613) 758-2747
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Location: 141 Peter Street Box #325, 141 Peter Street, Perth

Oldest Golf Course in Canada - 18 Hole

(613) 267-4504
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Location: 39 Carss St., Almonte, On

Sleep to the sound of waterfalls! Pinehurst was built in 1890 by Bennett Rosamond, County Court Judge, MP and owner of one of Canada's largest woolen mills. The interior boasts almost all the original features including stained glass windows, tiles impor

(613) 461-0117
Location: 1969 Galetta Side Road, Fitzroy Harbour

horse ride tours with restaurant

(613) 623-3439
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Location: 15 East Hungerford Rd RR #4, Tweed

18 hole golf course located in Tweed with driving range. Power carts & Agco lisc. Full meals available

(613) 478-2038
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Location: 39 Chemin Steinke, Ladysmith

Get IN to the Outdoors!! SUMMER: WW & FW Canoeing, Navigation, Dog Sledding, Wagon Rides WINTER: Dog Sledding, Snowshoeing, Winter Camping, Sleigh Rides GROUPS: Corporate, Youth, School, Community, Couples Getaways and Retreats Get IN to the Outdoors!

(819) 647-5476
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Location: 989 Rosien Road, Eganville

Welcome back to Nature at Redwolf Retreat. Catch Rainbow Trout, fishing equipment available. Enjoy scenic views. Hiking trail, fishing pond. Goats, chickens and fish abound. Come and stay in our yurt, roundhouse, or cottage.

(613) 754-5241
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Location: 40484 Highway 41, Pembroke

The Renfrew County ATV Club works with the Eastern Ontario Trails Alliance offering ATV'ing excitement on its many miles of managed trails that meander through forests, lake view vistas and remarkable Ontario Lanscapes. Explore a 400-kilometre net

(613) 735-7646
Location: pob172 22water st east, portland

boat tours on the rideau canal overnight,lunch,dinner packages charters corporate,birthday, anniversary & weddings partner packages

(613) 272-0222
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Location: P.O. Box 816, Smiths Falls

What sets the Rideau apart from other lakes and river systems is its rich history. The oldest continuously operated canal in North America, the locks work today much as they did when first opened in 1832.

(613) 283-4124
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Location: RMRA PO Box 22005, Kingston

Accommodation & Boat launch for fishermen On Big Rideau Lake at Narrows Lock

(613) 218-1540
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Location: 30 Nicklaus Drive, Bancroft

The golf course at River’s Edge Golf Club offers all golfers challenge and enjoyment. Surrounded by beautiful views of the Eagle’s Nest and an abundance of wildlife, River’s Edge Golf and Country Club Estates delivers up to 6000 yards of an outstanding g

(613) 332-GOLF
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Location: 720 Hass Rd., Boulter

wagon rides sleigh rides garden market pioneer day

(613) 332-5423
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Location: 9 International Drive, Pembroke

. The 2012 Rural Ramble will be a free online event, running from September 1st to October 31st, allowing Rural Ramblers to customize their own fall touring experience!

(613) 732-4364
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Location: 35753 Hwy. 17, RR#1, Deep River

The School House Museum is owned and operated by the Rolph, Buchanan, Wylie & McKay Historical Society. It contains a unique collections of artifacts and photographs -some dating back to the 1800's - illustrating the history of the Upper Ottawa Valley.

(613) 584-4765
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Location: 2030 Haliburton Lake Rd.(County Rd. 14)., Eagle Lake 1026 Stills Rd., Haiburton

Paintball

(705) 754-1840
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Location: R.R. # 6, Pembroke

We are a Home Show. Our SHOWCASES occur twice a year in April and September. We bring in people from all over the Country to Exhibit at our show.

(613) 732-9662
Location: 1120 Donaldson Rd., Ompah

Educational and awareness of Alpaca's breeding stock for sale, end product for sale, small farm store, farm tours, natural fibre festival The Natural Fibre Festival

(613) 479-0307
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Location: 5818 Elephant Lake Rd. P.O.Box 42, Harcourt

Silver Springs Cottage Resort is an ideal family resort destination and perfect resort for couples' getaways.We have 9 housekeeping cottages, starting from 1 bedroom to 3 bedroom cottages, Rec. Hall,boat&motor rental, Boat Launch,Fish cleaning hut, Small

(705) 448-2617
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Location: 1054 Liswood Rd. off of Sir Sam's Rd., Haliburton

With summer mountain biking

(705) 754-2298
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Location: 20130 Hwy 35, Dorset

26 km of groomed X-country ski and snowshoe trails through a winter wonderland of forested Canadian Shield. 8 stacked loops suitable for beginner to advanced skiers. Ski and snowshoe rentals, warm-up cabins, store available onsite. Open daily 10am-3pm

(705) 766-9033
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Location: 4378 Elephant Lake Rd. Box 23, Harcourt

We provide horseback riding at the south end of Algonquin Park. We offer summer camp, pony rides, overnight rides and 1/2, 1, 2, 3 and 4 hour rides. Enjoy riding in the rugged beauty of Algonquin Provincial Park.

(705) 448-1751
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Location: 235 Squire Rd., Stirling

Horseback Riding and Driving at it's funnest!

(613) 395-3291
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Location: 124 Moore St., Carleton Place

SRC MUSIC SELLS USED & NEW MUSIC INSTRUMENTS, AMPS, SOUND EQUIPMENT, LIGHTING & ACCESSORIES SRC MUSIC SCHOOL OFFERS MUSIC LESSONS FOR YOUNG CHILDREN TO OLDER ADULTS & PROVIDE ENTERTAINMENT AT LOCAL FUNDRAISING EVENTS & FESTIVALS

(613) 253-0263
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Location: 8 Mill St Box 56, Stirling

June18&19,2011 at 435 West Front Stirling. Show&Shine/Sponsor&vsendor display/Drive a Big Rig/Seminars/Food Show/Children's Show/Green Show/Circle Check&Pit Crew Challenge/Truckers Wedding/Food Booths/Sun.Jam Session/Gospel Music/odessa Mater/Camping&More

(613) 395-0055
Location: 1353 North RD, Eagle Lake

Paddle Board tours, clinic, lessons, adventures in Haliburton highlands.

(705) 754-0716
ac.htronpus]ta[ofni
Location: 10239 Hwy 118, between West Guilford & Canarvon RR#2, Haliburton

The Art Hive is a fine art and craft gallery housed in an historic general store. Featuring work by local artists in Ceramics, Fibre Art, Paintings, Sculpture, Paper and Wood

(705) 754-0021
ac.evil]ta[evihtraeht
Location: 37 Wollaston Lake Road, Coe Hill

Offering yoga, Zumba and wellness programming in the North Hastings area. Classes are taught in different communities and mobile service is available.

(613) 334-4164
ac.ocitapmys]ta[wahsjb
Location: 214 Stone Church Rd., Killaloe

The Homestead at Wolf Ridge Golf Club is the newest Golf course in the Ottawa valley. Nestled in the foothills of Wilno on Hwy 60 Just west of Killaloe. Our 18 hole championship course and range will both challenge and reward you. Come play you deserve it

(613) 757-1818
ac.ocitapmys]ta[cgdaetsemoh
Location: 200 Metcalfe Street Suite 200, Ottawa

The Outdoor & Adventure Travel Show is THE event for the exploding outdoor adventure community of eastern Ontario and western Quebec! Join us March 16-17, 2013, at the CE Centre in Ottawa-Gatineau. Come in for the day. Get out forever!

(613) 241-7775
moc.swohstsaenac]ta[ekaj
Location: 12980 Hwy 62 RR#5, Madoc

A creative learning and conscious living centre. We host creative classes such as making your own instruments, working with beads and clay, drumming & rhythm circle workshops, Women retreats and more. We also sell african drums and conscious living items.

(613) 243-5460
moc.nibacrednoyeulbdliweht]ta[ofni
Location: 73 Mill Street PO Box 1391, Almonte

A monthly, free magazine covering arts, entertainment and ideas in the communities west of Ottawa. Featuring articles on upcoming events and a comprehensive calendar of events for these communities.

(613) 256-5081
moc.mmuheht]ta[bor
Location: 745 Black Rock Lane RR2, Clayton

Located on Clayton Lake 45 min. west of Ottawa. 6 equipped cottages ranging from 1 bdr to 3 bdr. We also offer both seasonal & overnight camping, sand beach, playground, volleyball, hiking trails, boat launch, store, & some the best fishing in the area.

(613) 256-1020
ac.mrots]ta[nna_yar
Location: 2528 Tatlock Road, RR2, Clayton

Personal, expert guided tours, hikes, medicine walks and vision quests to Thunderbird Mountain in the Madawaska Highlands. Content explored and shared is rooted in traditional Algonquin knowledge such as Thunderbird teachings and Medicine Wheel wisdom.

(613) 256-3204
ac.oohay]ta[notgniraeymit
Location: 39 Foster St, Perth

We sell tickets to local events. Both professional and community theatre, as well as musical events. Available online, in person or over the phone.

(613) 485-6434
ac.esaelpstekcit]ta[nna
Location: 33031 Highway 62 N., Maynooth

Retail and lessons in various crafts/art. Pottery,jewelry,reclaimed goods,sewing,garden 'jewelry', space for birthday craft parties. Lessons/workshops for an hour, or an 8 week evening course. Geared to all creative abilities.

(613) 339-1410
moc.liamtoh]ta[skrowtfarcenotsedaot
Location: 77 Beckwith St Box 695, Smiths Falls

Located in the Heart of the Rideau Canal - Ontario's only UNESCO-designated World Heritage Site - Smiths Falls offers a unique mix of natural attractions and leisure activities set against a scenic backdrop of farmland and recreational waterways.

(613) 283-4124
ac.sllafshtims]ta[mahteehcb
Location: Box 1650 258 Hastings St. N, Bancroft

Bancroft based Adventure Outfitting. Bicycles,Canoes,Kayaks,Cross Country Skis, Snowshoing. Sales Service Rentals. Area maps and Information. River Trip Excursions,Trip Planning, Guiding and Shuttle Services

(613) 332-1969
ac.sliartdnaspirt]ta[evilc
Location: 15 Trudeau Lane RR4, Tweed

Trudeau’s Resort and Event Centre is in Tweed. The resort has been newly renovated, and is known locally as the premire wedding and banquet facility. Over the last few years we have been hosting a lot of different entertainment events. Everything from The

(613) 478-5511
moc.krapuaedurt]ta[yesac
Location: R. R. 2, Tweed

The Festival of Trees in Tweed is holding their 8th annual Festival from Thursday, December 1st, to Sunday, December 4th, at the Agricultural Building on Louisa Street in Tweed. Admission is $4.00 for adults, $2.00 for seniors and students. The theme

(613) 478-3225
Location: 617 louisa st box 112, tweed

We organize and run the Twee Fair and also have a banquet hall to rent

(613) 478-3534
moc.loa]ta[ywcps
Location: PO Box 197, Tweed

A 3-day tribute to the King presenting Elvis Tribute Artists competing for prizes and the right to represent Tweed at the International Ultimate Elvis Tribute Artist competition in Memphis, Tennessee.

(613) 478-6730
Location: 15 Trudeau, Tweed

The annual Tweed Stampede & Jamboree! After all the success in 2011, we are bringing back all your favorite attractions: The Ram Rodeo Tour, Hercules aircraft flyby, classic car/truck show, free kids zone, larger camping area, and more!

(613) 478-5511
moc.krapuaedurt]ta[ofni
Location: 2623 Harmony Rd., Belleville

Featuring guided tours of Ontario's largest natural cavern, people from near and far are now discovering the adventure and history of this natural wonder.

(613) 919-5686
moc.liamg]ta[sevac.aganidneyt
Location: 1701 Concession 3 RR#3, Lanark

Come to Victory Farm Alpacas for an experience to be remembered. Open 10 am to 4 pm Saturday, Sunday or by appointment. We accept Visa, MasterCard, Interac, cash or cheque. At the barn, experience the fluffy, shy, intelligent alpacas up close. Kids OK

(613) 259-0228
ac.mrafyrotciv]ta[nairb
Location: 14 Demorest Rd Box 40, Stirling

Featuring Mozzarella di Bufala, scarmora and ricotta cheeses produced from local water buffalo milk, locally raised water buffalo meat and additional tastes with an authentic Italian twist!

(613) 395-3380
moc.liamg]ta[lavitsefdoofolaffubretaw
Location: P.O. Box 1034 177 Atkinson Road, Madoc

12 hole golf course Great for the family and seniors

(613) 473-3880
ac.amgam]ta[gnojedb
Location: 69 Lindsay Lane, White Lake

Full-service marina open year round and located on White Lake in the Ottawa Valley. Offering sales & service of boats & motors, atvs, utvs & trailers. Also rentals of pontoon & fishing boats and ice fishing huts in the winter time. Storage & dockage.

(613) 623-2568
Location: 7113 Highway 60 R.R. #3, Eganville

18 Holes

(613) 628-3774
ac.bulcflogliatetihw]ta[eniarrol
Location: Loop Rd. & County Rd. 4 Box 312, Wilberforce

Agricultural Fair always the second weekend in August. Great family fun with lots to see and do. Our mission is to provide a family oriented, kid friendly, volunteer rich, fun, affordable, hands-on, memorable summer event with a glimpse of times past.

(705) 448-2683
moc.riafecrofrebliw]ta[ofni
Location: 502 Hills of Peace Road, Lanark

Consulting, small group, and private lessons are available and offer a unique opportunity to learn bushcraft and nature- lore as rarely found today.

(613) 259-0249
moc.smhtyhrssenredliw]ta[dahc
Location: P.O. Box 631 6577 Haliburton Lake Road, Haliburton

Based on the southwest doorstep of Algonquin Park, our 150 Purebred Siberian Huskies & our family can't wait to share our 5000 acre private rugged wilderness with you! Come learn to dogsled this winter with Ontario's only Iditarod & Yukon Quest kennel!

(705) 457-5281
moc.ecnadretniw]ta[ofni
Location: 2118 Melrose Road, Marysville

Celebrating natures cycles. Mini retreat of reflection & meditations. Vegetarian catered meals. Communal sleeping. Various teachers; Healers, Shamen

1 (613) 396-3262
ten.sok]ta[mwm
Location: 1344 Barry Line R.R.# 1, Haliburton

Yours Outdoors offere unique experiences in art, culture, and nature in the Haliburton Highlands. Our single and multiday packages are original, engaging, enlightening, and will connect you with communities and the great outdoors

(705) 754-3436
Location: Malone Millpond Bridge P.O. Box 69, Marmora

ZenRiver Gardens is an informal spiritual retreat on the Upper Moira River. Annual PurdyCountry LitFests (PurdyFests) are held here.

(613) 472-6186
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