Haliburton Highlands Water Trails
The Haliburton Highlands Water Trails (HHWT) consists of approximately 28,000+ hectares of provincial and municipal public lands comprised of countless lakes, rivers, trails and continuous forest. The HHWT manages camping and recreation in two distinct management areas: The historic Frost Centre canoe routes and the Poker Lakes canoe routes (detailed below).
These areas serve as year-round destinations for thousands of canoeists, campers, hikers, day-trippers, fisherman, hunters, cottagers, snowmobilers, skiers and snowshoers providing significant backcountry recreational and conservation values.
To Make a Reservation, Cancellation or Change
Reservations can be made starting January 2nd of each year.
To reduce operational expenses and cut down on wait times we encourage online reservations which are free of a reservation fee surcharge, for online reservations, cancellations or changes click the icon 'Reserve Now!!'
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