We offer a great sense of Adventure and provide a high level of Adrenaline! An extreme sport activity both indoors and out with a variety of natural and built terrains to provide cover. Great for team building activities, parties and groups of any size.
A historic Canadian military museum displaying artifacts in this heritage building. It showcases the history of various services, branches, corps, and regiments represented. Operated by the 1st Air Defense Regiment (Lanark and Renfrew Scottish).
Canada's largest Celebration of Art Created in the Open Air Engage with the Artist's as they work through the creative process on site and savour some of the breathtaking views the Highlands has to offer Finish off your weekend at the Juried Art Show
Archival depository for the paper treasures of Lanark County. A volunteer, not-for-profit, charitable organization with incorporation in Ontario. Check out our website for business hours and location.
Thrown and hand-built functional and decorative pottery, sculpture and much more. Our pottery is made on the premises so that visitors can view the process. Come visit, walk the pathways of our lovely gardens and watch the artist at work.
The Arnprior & District Museum is situated in the former Arnprior Post Office Customs House built in 1896. Based on a design by Thomas Fuller, who was the architect of the original Parliament Buildings,this building is now recognized as the town's symbol
The Art Gallery of Bancroft (AGB) is the area's only not-for-profit public art gallery, featuring monthly exhibitions & a Gift shop offering unique one-of-a-kind items by area artists & artisans. Hours: Wednesday to Sunday 10AM to 4PM.
Artech Glassblowing Studios is a traditional glassblowing studio in the beautiful Haliburton Highlands. We strive to design work that is inspired by our native Canadian surroundings for the urban consumer.
AIM (Artists In Motion) is a not for profit organization that supports artists and craftspersons by running our gallery in Marmora, Ontario. AIM is looking for new artists/craftspersons for displaying and selling their work in the AIM gallery.
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.
Bancroft & District Chamber of Commerce mandate is to promote and develop Bancroft & District as a great place to live, work and visit. The Chamber exists to enrich the quality of the economic and civic well being.
The Bancroft Mineral Museum is owned and operated by the Bancroft Gem and Mineral Club. It features exceptional examples of minerals from within a 100km radius of Bancroft. Also featuring educational resources for schools and universities.
My desire to unite beauty and function is evident in my distictive glazing and designs which are simple in form yet elegant in style. I also do crystalline glazes and work in stirling silver.
From outdoor classics to modern hits, from favourite "chestnuts" to original shows, BDP has set the region's community theatre standards since our first production and built a reputation for high-energy, constantly surprising and always exciting theatre.
The Station, which is still in its original location, has been lovingly restored and is home to a small but growing collection of railway artifacts and our newly acquired collection of telegraph equipment. It's the last of its kind in the province!
Charles O'Neil is a full time artist with a wide range of interests and a long affiliation with the Haliburton School of The Arts. With a background in drawing and painting, by 1996, he became interested in sculpting.
Located on a favourite destination for painters and photographers, this park north of Napanee is renowned for Mazinaw Rock. This 1.5-kilometre sheer rock face rises 100 metres above Mazinaw Lake, one of the deepest lakes in Ontario.
The Bonnechere Caves are truly a unique experience for all ages. A visit leaves one with a better understanding and respect for our dynamic planet. We provide a safe, educational, informative and fun tour for people of all ages.
Bonnechere Provincial Park is an Ontario provincial park located on Round Lake in Renfrew County, Ontario, Canada. Designated as recreational-class by Ontario Parks, it has 128 campsites, 4 rustic cabins and a day use area.
Summer Camp is one of the greatest gifts you can give to your child. At Camp Can-Aqua, we feel taking your child for a session is not only a huge responsibility but also a life changing opportunity in their life.
The museum houses a large collection of local artifacts, photographs and archival materials relevant to the communities and inhabitants of Carleton Place and Beckwith Township. The Museum has attractive exhibits for all ages.
The Champlain Trail Museum and Pioneer Village preserves and promotes the history of the Upper Ottawa Valley. This dynamic museum, collects, preserves, researches, exhibits and interprets its collection of artifacts and archival material.
Aerial adventure activities on the historical Coulonge Chutes. Enjoy our many amazing sites and activities such as a 48m historical waterfall, aerial adventure activities, our children's challenge course and tree to tree zipping. series
Ottawa Valley's only professional summer theatre, the Classic theatre presents the classic hits of Broadway and the London stage in Heritage Perth, Ontario. Produced, directed, and performed by some of the top theatrical talent in Canada.
cliffLand is composed of 1250 acres of beautiful wilderness located high in the hills of the Lanark Highlands. Now and in years to come this property can be enjoyed by those seeking tracts of wilderness left to its own wild and mysterious agenda.
Entirely handcrafted lifelike santa figures, including the faces, boots & accessories; depicting the evolution of Santa Claus from before Christianity to present day. Also Classic, Canada North, Irish & Scottish Santas. oldeworldsantas.com 613 477 2869
At Compositions our venue includes diverse works of art creating an ambiance with fervor and passion. Our foremost intention is to endorse, inspire and awaken passion within the creative elements of our community. Commencing the certainty that art come
Licenced movie theatre and bar (2 screens - 1 is licenced) showing recent releases of movies. Bridal Salon and Hair Salon Upstairs with a Stage area available for rent for Yuk Yuk's, Adult Story Telling, Plays, Dinner Theatre or Corporate Seminars.
Built to protect the government from nuclear attack, this once-secret bunker is now a museum and National Historic Site of Canada. In addition to preserving and promoting Canada's Cold War history, we offer a variety of visitor programs and services.
Planning a day trip, a memorable vacation or looking for a progressive and friendly place to stay? WELCOME to DORSET, ONTARIO ~ The Community With a View ~ The place where dreams happen, where visitors come for a week and stay for a lifetime!
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.
Dwyer's Farmhouse is a very unique farm experience for your family. The century old farmhouse is rented out exclusively to you. Bring the family and stay on a working farm...and have the place to yourself!
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 rentals for weddings, reunions, and retreats.
Ellenberger Organic Farm is the home of Henry and Janet Ellenberger near the quaint Ontario town of Coe Hill on The Ridge Road. They are the only providers of certified organic seed potatoes in all of Ontario.
At Elphin Mountain Farm we aim to breed traditional type Connemara ponies: correct, athletic and hardy with the exceptional Connemara temperament. Awarded in recognition of a career of outstanding achievement, both competitive and non-competitive
Equator Coffee Roasters Inc. is a community-based, mission-driven roastery, wholesaler, and café. We offer the finest quality organic specialty coffee, sourced directly from small-scale producer cooperatives.
We pride ourselves by the traditional and natural way we farm. From working the land with our team of horses to our decision not to use any harmful chemicals that interfere with the natural process. Beef, Chicken, Coffee, Honey, Maple Syrup and Teas
The Friends of Bon Echo Park is a non profit organization dedicated to preserving the natural and cultural heritage of Bon Echo Provincial Park. We are empowered to serve this active provincial park by our commitment to our natural and cultural heritage.
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.
The Friends of the Petawawa Research Forest was established to support, promote and protect the PRF for continued scientific study, environmental ed. and public recreation. The PRF Visitor Centre is open June to Sept; forest and ski trails open all year.
We are a non-profit Interdenominational Christian camp that provides a memorable experience for children and youth who enjoy vigorous outdoor activity while benefiting from the special camaraderie one shares in a family-oriented camp community.
Welcome to Fulton's, 400 tranquil acres nestled in the heart of Lanark County, near Ottawa, ON. Spring Season mid Feb to mid April open daily. Pre-arranged group visits welcome all year. Enjoy a traditional Canadian experience.
General Fine Craft, Art & Design is a retail gallery featuring high-quality, original artwork made by Canadian artists working in clay, precious metals, fibre, wood, painting, printmaking, glass, mixed-media, sculpture and furniture design.
Come see me at work and enjoy my studio and gallery which can be found in the rustic setting of my barn. I create drawings and oil paintings depicting beautiful landscapes. All are Welcome!
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.
Canada's first Wolf Centre and North America's First Canopy Tour. 100's of km. of mountain biking and hiking trails. We offer camping, house keeping cabins and a restaurant on site.
The HHOA is a non-profit organization. We are a dynamic association that produces and stocks 1000's of fish for local lakes; collects eggs for raising new stock; rehabilitates shorelines and spawning grounds. Public tours are available.
Explore 70 lakes of interior canoeing and camping in the Frost Centre and Poker Lakes Areas. There are 40 km of back-country hiking trails, and 26 km of groomed trails for skiing & snowshoeing. Rent canoes, snowshoes and skis from us all year round.
The Haliburton Sculpture Forest, near the village of Haliburton, is a unique outdoor collection of sculptures by Canadian and international artists. The trails provide changing perspectives of the forest and the sculptures in each of the seasons.
With 28 artists & 10 studios in 2012, we are growing an artistic community experience for all to enjoy. If you take pleasure in exhibiting and sharing your creative talent we look forward to hearing from you.
Since 1996 Haliburton Yoga has been offering nurturing, heart centred experiences in yoga, qigong and meditation through weekly classes, workshops and retreats. Blue Sky Yoga Studio was built for yogi’s. It is beautiful, bright and cozy.
The Harder's live in an energy efficient home, which is off the grid. They live and teach sustainable living, working with heavy horses on 50 acres. They teach the art of driving draft horses, living off grid and eating food produced on the property.
In 1860-61 Joshua Bates built his home along the Rideau Canal with his two mills. Heritage House Museum is a restored classically styled Victorian home depicting the life style of an upper middle class family living in Smiths Falls around 1867 to 1875.
Hugli's Blueberry Ranch is Eastern Ontario's largest high-bush blueberry farm and a popular agri-tourism attraction, wedding venue and bus tour stop in the Ottawa Valley. We offer blueberries, pumpkins, Christmas trees, country gift store and bakery.
IANA Theatre Company is a professional musical theatre company dedicate to presenting high quality Canadian Musical Theatre Productions. Past productions include 'TWEED: A New Canadian Musical' and 'ALECK BELL: A Canadian Pop Rock Musical'
Open 7 days a week all year long. We offer information for residents and visitors on everything in Carleton Place. From dining to accomodations and attractions, we will point you in the right direction. We have local maps, trail guides and much more.
We're researching the history of Irondale, now considered a ghost town but was once the site of a large iron-mining operation and the focus of various roads and railroads. We host events, displays, exhibitions and performances to advance education.
Irondell offers custom welded products. Visitors are welcome to wander & enjoy the studio, sculpture garden, ponder unique metal installations & art. Weldergirl is often found creating whimsical & thoughtful pieces sure to add interest to your day!
Primarily JB Arts is 1200 square feet of art school facilitating a wide range of programs from painting in oils, acrylics, watercolour and airbrush to drawing, printmaking, mold making, glass casting and mosaics.
Located on the shore of beautiful Calabogie Lake. We're an all season resort, where there's fun and adventure for everyone. At Jocko's Beach Resort, you're in the centre of fishing, water sports, downhill and cross-country skiing, and so much more!
A live-in Reiki Training Center. Courses are 4 to 5 days. Meals and accommodations are included in these on site courses. In addition to the reiki itself, the course will include visits from local artists, musicians, meditation facilitators and much more.
We feature the on-going history of the Lanark Highlands, and former Drummond & Bathurst Townships in Lanark County. We offer changing exhibits, special events, genealogical & historical research resources, books for sale and much more!
We are the Maple Syrup Capital of Ontario. Our sugar maple trees create the most dramatic fall colours in the world. Bring your camera, meander through historic villages and capture our breathtaking 7 wonders of Lanark County.
We have become a favourite family destination in the Ottawa Valley. We offer an endless number of activities from a waterpark, beach, boating, and mini golf. Stay over at our RV park, campground or cabins. Come play a round at our beautiful golf course.
MADAWASKA KANU CENTRE provides highly personal instruction in both Whitewater Kayaking and Open Canoeing. Weekend and 5-Day Courses with a combination of outstanding instruction & delicious meals. Canada’s First Whitewater Kayak and Open Canoe School.
The Madonna House Apostolate is a family of Christian lay men, women, and priests, striving to incarnate the teachings of Jesus Christ by forming a community of love.
It all started as a small maple syrup operation and gradually grew into what is now a popular gift store and Haliburton Ontario's only winery. Here you can find not only maple syrup, but a large selection of gifts and fine Ontario fruit wines.
The McDougall Mill Museum holds three packed floors of artifacts, many from Renfrew’s early industrial days as well as wedding dresses, military uniforms, sports memorabilia, a kitchen, tools, appliances, milking equipment, bottles, dishes, and much more.
Step into the past and explore pioneer history at our informative country museum set in an 1861 stone schoolhouse. The museum also houses an extensive genealogical collection. Open Victoria weekend to Thanksgiving F,S,S, and holiday M 1-4pm.
Minden Hills Cultural Centre is a 4 acre area downtown Minden that houses an art gallery, a museum, an environment centre, as well as the public library. The grounds also offer a boardwalk through a beautiful natural wetland.
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
We are the largest breeder of suri and silky Llamas in Eastern Canada. We are presently working on producing product from their fibre such as yarn and socks. A teddy-bear making studio is on site with artist designed hand-made mohair collectible bears
Forest bathing, Fine Art Gallery, Hiking, Old Growth Forest, Wild Flowers, Birding, Wild Life, Fly Fishing,Moira River Karst and Alvar, Caves, Wet Lands, Tree Plantations, Cross Country Skiing
We are proud to welcome you to our tiny, UNIQUE, FIRST NATIONS GALLERY, CAFE, GIFTSHOP & OUTDOOR PERFORMANCE COURTYARD. Our Tiny Cabin entitled "LIL CROW CAFE & STAGE RED" is nestled along the beautiful shores of the Bay of Quinte, located just east o
Renfrew Ontario is where the NHA later to be named the NHL began. Ambrose O'Brien financed by his father M.J. O'Brien, started the NHA in 1909 and a Montreal hockey team very soon after to be named the Montreal Canadians.
North Lanark Agricultural Society owns and operates the Almonte Fair and grounds. It is a seasonal destination for the Almonte Fair, Truck/Tractor Pull, Car Toot Bingo, Bus Fusion and many private and public events. A beach and boat launch are available.
226 seat air conditioned theatre with wheel chair access,good lighting, sound equipment, dressing rooms and green room. The seating is raked so all seats in the house are good. For more information on rental or events please contact the theatre manager
Motion Picture Theatre running current product. Beautiful original interior, but with modern equipment and sound systems. We have 2 screens, one on the main floor and one upstairs. We are open daily, & for Mats for Holidays.
The O'Hara Mill Homestead is a pioneer farm homestead tourist attraction consisting of 10 pioneer buildings, including the oldest water-powered sawmill operating in it's original location in Ontario. Nature trails. Picnic areas. Special heritage events.
The primary focus of the Ontario Métis Family Records Center (OMFRC) is researching and documenting the aboriginal and Métis families of North America. Our vast record collections put us in the ideal position to issue the cards.
OWL combines an exciting whitewater trip down the Ottawa River with a delicious BBQ meal on the return Pontoon Cruise to the lakeside resort. Family, 1 & 2 Day Packages embark daily from May to September. 90 min from Ottawa. No experience necessary.
As of 2012, there are 33 Heritage Murals in Pembroke's Outdoor Art Gallery. Mural Tour inside City's All Season Guide book or download a free Audio Mural Tour at www.downtownpembroke.ca Open 365 days a year and free for everyone to enjoy.
Community Futures is a community based non-profit organization that is dedicated to creating opportunities for entrepreneurship and the pursuit of economic growth in Renfrew County.
The Petawawa Heritage Village which is Situated on 3.5 picturesque acres in the heart of the of Petawawa where history is alive and ready for your visit. Stroll the pathways of the past and experience life in Petawawa as it once was from 1850 to 1910.
Museum and literary centre dedicated to author R.D. Lawrence which is housed in a sustainable straw bale building. We feature a Writer In-Residence program, children's programs, exhibits change during the year and we can custom build programs for tours.
A public art gallery offering year round contemporary exhibitions, events, family programming and a gallery shop showcasing local artists. Proud host of the Haliburton Art and Craft Festival (4th weekend in July EVERY year)
Housed in the station built by Canadian Northern in 1912, the museum displays many interesting railway artifacts covering more than a century of history. We encourage you to explore our site featuring a variety of rolling stock.
Based in Bancroft Ontario, 2 hours from Toronto, the Rally of the Tall Pines is a favourite event with competitors and fans alike. Taking place in late November, the rally always dishes out challenging conditions for the drivers.
The Rideau Canal Museum is housed in a 19th century stone building which was once a mill: the Woods Mills Complex. Inside, high-technology displays and a variety of artifacts bring to life the history of the canal - its construction from 1826 to 1831, its
Rideau Ferry Marine is a family owned and operated business. We were established in 1959, and thereby have over 50 years of valuable experience. Our sales of Mercury products date back to 1960, also making us the oldest Mercury dealer in Eastern Ontario
A 165 acre resort offering whitewater rafting on the Ottawa river. Choose your excitement level with one of our river trips, from Gentle Family rafting to Ultimate Adventure rafting.
It takes ingenuity, passion and dedication to be a living, working, Canadian artist. Karen qualifies. A watercolourist at heart, her facility extends to other medium. Working in series, she explores different realms of thought and experience.
Voted "Canada's Best Country Store", this famous general store is a "must-see" for anyone visiting the Haliburton Highlands area. Gifts, souvenirs, clothing, moccasins, Foodland supermarket, Home Hardware, upstairs Ladies' Boutique. A shopper's paradise.
Rock Wall Gardens specializes in selling a wide variety of hardy unique perennial plants, as well as several styles/sizes of hand crafted hypertufa containers, workshops in both hypertufa and mosaic stained glass windows, stepping stones and much more!
Deer antlers, Moose antlers, local wood - all found in the woodlands of Ontario, Canada - these are the organic materials I use in my art. I have developed an intuitive approach to carving, letting the natural features of each medium guide my hands.
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.
With shoreline on Black and Sharbot lakes, this park edging Highway 7 promises first-class, warm- and cold-water fishing. Nature trails along a ridge between the lakes loop through stands of maple, oak and birch and lead to lookouts.
THE CANADIAN CLOCK MUSEUM opened in May 2000 as Canada's ONLY clock museum. Its collections focus on Canadian-made clocks from the early 1800s to the present time. Guided tours of the exhibits are included in the admission fees. Many related artifacts.
A non-profit, incorporated charitable organization, the Naismith Foundation was established in 1989 to erect and operate a suitable memorial to honour the founder of basketball at his birthplace Almonte, Ontario.
The Forest Festival is an annual, eight concert series featuring professional Canadian performers. The Festival occurs in mid-August and is produced by Haliburton Forest and Wild Life Reserve. It uses 2 venues - one of which features a floating stage.
Mississippi Valley Conservation (MVC) is a local, watershed management agency delivering services and programs to help protect and manage water and other natural resources in the Mississippi River watershed.
Founded in 1973, "The Mudds" is an active amateur theatre group in Carleton Place. Our acronym name tells our mission to bring Music, Dance, Drama on Stage in the community.
A nature-friendly retreat on the York River in the beautiful Madawaska Valley. Activities include cottage & cabin rental, rustic camping, x-country skiing, canoeing, kayaking, hiking, guided paddle excursions to Conroys Marsh & interpretive forest tours.
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.
TinHouse Woodworking will celebrate its Grand Opening on May 18, 2013. Featuring locally harvested and reclaimed custom furniture and original hand crafted items made by local area artisans and craftsman all on display in their unique Gallery
Welcome to the Township of Algonquin Highlands, within the beautiful Haliburton Highlands. Hike, atv, snowmobile countless trails, paddle the Haliburton Highlands Water Trails, climb the Dorset Lookout Tower, ski the Frost or just relax in Cottage Country
Eight thousand tap maple sugarbush open to the public during the spring, school tours available, pancakes and sausage available on request, cross country walking and skiing available.
A group of enthusiastic, community-minded artisans and others, of Tweed and Area, met and saw there was a need TO ENRICH THE CULTURAL LIFE OF THE COMMUNITY. Thus the Tweed & Area Arts Council (T&AAC) was born.
Oct 1 & 2. A self-guided tour of 22 studios of 32 artists & artisans of Tweed & area: paintings, jewellery, fibre arts, pottery, stained & painted glass, mosaics, photography, wood working, native crafts, sculpture, santas. tweedstudiotour.org 613-477286
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
The Tweed Heritage Centre, a one-stop introduction to the Tweed area, features an Information Bureau, Local Arts & Crafts room, Art Gallery, Museum, Reference Room and Archives, and a Genealogical Centre. Discover our extensive, comprehensive collections.
Tweed Public Library offers visitors to the are free public Internet access, including WiFi. Visitors are also able to attend events, pick up brochures, and sit in our reading room. The Library also has gently used books for sale.
Waba Cottage is a faithful reconstrustion of the house built in 1835 by Archibald 13th Laird of McNab (c. 1781-1860). A colourful and controversial character,In addition to the historical buildings and artifacts there are 11 themed gardens created in 2000
Botanical Garden & Art Studio - Heirloom Seeds - Dry and fresh herbs - Garden Sculpture & containers - Paintings - Papier-mache sculpture - Garden related workshops and tours - Art related workshops and classes
Wes' Chips has been serving the best hot french fries in the valley since 1960. Come visit our unique 1950's Ford truck and taste our fries. We have a lovely picnic area to relax and enjoy the experience. Open March 1, until Thanksgiving Monday.
The Worlds’ most extensive collection of Maple related artifacts. National Hisotric Plaque commemorating Maple Products as a Culturally Significant Heritage Event in Canada. Open daily 9-3 all year. Admission by donation.
Vernon and Judy Wheeler and their family welcome visitors all year round. Pancake meals with pure maple syrup are served in a heritage log building nestled in a 700 acre maple forest. Maple educational displays, maple museum, chainsaw, logging displays
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.
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.
Canada's Biggest Whitewater Rafting Company and Adventure Resort! Great food, luxury accommodations, expansive resort and of course, incredible Rafting on the Ottawa River! Have an exciting Getaway this summer!