Ontario Resort Travel Destination-Association Picks of the WeekTownship of Algonquin Highlands Trails Department (http://www.algonquinhighlands.ca/water/index.html)
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. Specifically,
the HHWT manages two areas for interior camping known as the Frost
Centre and the Poker Lakes as well at 38 km of hiking trails. 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.
$485 per person, per night based on double occupancy.
Package includes round trip transportation on Via Rail from Union Station, a four-diamond accommodation in a standard room, all meals, afternoon
tea, $100 spa allowance, 2 group wellness classes each, and use of the
cottages on the Pickerel River water system in Port Loring. 2 or 3 bedroom Housekeeping units with fully equipped kitchen, propane BBQ, 3 piece bathroom, dining/sitting area. Boat rentals, or boat dockage. Fishing for pike, pickerel, bass, panfish. Week long rentals, or shorter rentals starting at $350.00 for 2 nights for up to 4 people.
“Romance should always be so Tempting”
Fall 2010 from $270 per Couple with Inclusive Meal Package. Accommodation has extra large Jacuzzi in-front of the Wood Fireplace. Late October from $200 per Couple.
1st Class Gourmet Dining. 5 Course Dinners Awarded a Top 10 Dining Experience
by North American Inns.
Wine Spectator Awarded Wine Cellar. “One of the best in the World”
Leading Spas of Canada approved Organic Algonquin Spa.