The Haliburton Highlands
is a reknowned tourist destination featuring a marvelous mix
of natural attractions. Most of the highlands consists of remote
crown land interspersed with a handful of small towns and villages.
Forests, lakes, rivers, streams, and rock outcroppings provide
the opportunity for unparallelled outdoor experiences. Hiking,
canoeing, mountain biking, ATVing, road cycling, not to mention
automobile touring are some of the experiences that draw visitors
to this unique part of the Canadian Shield from as far away as
Europe and Asia.
The 50,000 acre Haliburton
Forest and Wildlife Center attracts visitors from around
the world to its incredible topography combined with a variety
of nature programs that attract and amaze tourists year round.
Besides its mountain biking trails and canoe routes, two of the
Haliburton Forest's most unique attractions are the Wolf Centre,
and the breathtaking "Walk in the Clouds" where visitors
actually "hike" through the tree tops. Base camp in
the Haliburton Forest and Wildlife Centre is just a 25 min drive
from Kashaga Lodge. For 2002, the forest will introduce an astronomy
attraction wich will undoubtedly spellbind both young and old.
all the same physical characteristics as its neighbouring Haliburton
Highlands. Anyone who spends time in the area should not leave
without spending at least a few hours at the Visitors Centre
in the Park. The educational exhibits, and tours are highlighted
by an awe-inspiring lookout over one of the most breathtaking
vistas in all of Ontario.
The Minden Wild
is a world class site for white water kayaking, and hosts OWWA
compititions and clinics from spring right through fall. The
Site is just a 15 min drive from Kashaga Lodge.
There are three golf
courses and a driving range within 10 min of Kashaga
Lodge, and two more courses within 20 min.