NOTE: Kashaga Lodge is the ONLY cottage resort in Haliburton County that specifically markets an ATV touring package. Those ATVers who have become regular visitors to the Lodge know the difference between an ATV "package" and a "place to stay" while riding their ATVs around Haliburton. One of the many large groups of mud and funseekers who have become Kashaga "regulars" have created their own ATV WEBSITE which chronicles 6 years of what the sport of ATVing in Haliburton is all about.
Kashaga Lodge is ideally situated for ATV enthusiasts. Riders have access from their cottage to hundreds of kms of some of the gnarliest Crown land
ATV trails in Ontario, and are also only a 3 1/2 km ride from the famous Haliburton to Lindsay rail trail, as well as all the services of the village of Haliburton. For groups of 8 to 12 riders, the 6-bedroom lakeside cottage (shown here after the ride) has proven to be a favourite. For a comprehensive description of ATVing around Haliburton, visit ATV'ing in Haliburton.
For information specifically about the actual trails that riders access from the cottages, visit ATV Trails
TRAIL ACCESS: Haliburton is at the head of the famous Lindsay to Haliburton rail trail. Not only does the rail trail provide an interesting and very scenic day's ride through Central Ontario, as it winds its way alongside the Burnt River, but within only a few Kms of the village of Haliburton,
riders can turn off onto one of the many trails that take them to some of the gnarliest Crown land trails in Ontario.
MAPS: Trail maps (as well as updated trail conditions) available at Kashaga Lodge, as well as the XTR gas station across the road from the parking area.