Haliburton Forest & Wildlife Reserve Trails is 100,000 acres, 100 lakes, and millions of trees, and it is home to countless creatures. Above all, and always, it is a sustainably managed forest.

The Ecotourism business includes dogsledding, snowmobiling, Canopy Tours, the Wolf Centre, Group Experiences, camping, accommodations, and many day uses. Our Ecotourism business is consistently recognized as one of the premiere destinations in Canada for wilderness adventures, and has been kindly described as “remarkable, “quirky and charming,” and “break-taking.”

One trail, The Wild Woods Walk, a 3.5 km trail, is free of charge in the summer, without the need of a day pass.

Activities include swimming.

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Haliburton Forest & Wildlife Reserve Trails characteristics

Length: Over 300 km of trails
Difficulty: Moderate (Trail classifications)
Trail surface: Natural
Trail use: Hiking, Cross-country skiing, Snowshoeing, and Mountain biking
Accessibility Notes: Accessibility not known
Fees: $8 per adult day walking pass + $25 refundable gate key charge.

Flora & Fauna:

Not reported yet.

Amenities: Washrooms, restaurant, camp store

Attractions: canopy walk, wolf centre, logging museum, interpretive signage, dog sled runs.


Find it: 1095 Redkenn Rd, Dysart,ON

GPS Coordinates (main trailhead):
Latitude: 45.2237730
Longitude: -78.5906630