Welcome to Twin Pines Cottage

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Welcome to Twin Pines Cottage

Sightseeing

General Store, Giftshop home of Eileen’s Ice-cream Shop
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Agnew's General Store
2284 Loop Rd
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General Store, Giftshop home of Eileen’s Ice-cream Shop
Great place to get a book to read on the beach while relaxing at the cottage. Also offers crafts for Children
Haliburton County Public Library - Wilberforce Branch
1101 Holmes Rd
Great place to get a book to read on the beach while relaxing at the cottage. Also offers crafts for Children
Haliburton - Home of The Haliburton Highlands Museum was founded as the Haliburton Highlands Pioneer Museum in 1967.
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Haliburton
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Haliburton - Home of The Haliburton Highlands Museum was founded as the Haliburton Highlands Pioneer Museum in 1967.
a fun trip if you are looking for something extra to do with the kids
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Coboconk Go-Karts & Mini-Putt
6923 ON-35
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a fun trip if you are looking for something extra to do with the kids
The mine consists of an adit, 30 m long, and four pits, the largest measuring 12 m by 23 m and 30 m deep.
Wilberforce Graphite Mine
1051 Schofield Road
The mine consists of an adit, 30 m long, and four pits, the largest measuring 12 m by 23 m and 30 m deep.
Visit our National Historic Site. View the displays of artifacts and learn of the fine contribution of Red Cross Nurses in providing health and medical services for over four decades.
Wilberforce Red Cross Outpost Historic House Museum
2314 Loop Rd
Visit our National Historic Site. View the displays of artifacts and learn of the fine contribution of Red Cross Nurses in providing health and medical services for over four decades.
specializes in creating a truly memorable riding experience within the beauty of the Haliburton Highlands and Algonquin Park
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South Algonquin Trails
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specializes in creating a truly memorable riding experience within the beauty of the Haliburton Highlands and Algonquin Park
Furnace falls is a small but clean and pristine white water falls about 225 kms from Toronto. It is safe for kids and easily accessible for all in the family. There is a picnic area and portable washrooms – open daily
Furnace Falls
Furnace falls is a small but clean and pristine white water falls about 225 kms from Toronto. It is safe for kids and easily accessible for all in the family. There is a picnic area and portable washrooms – open daily
The Haliburton Sculpture Forest is a unique outdoor collection of sculptures located in Glebe Park near the village of Haliburton, Ontario, Canada. It is operated by the non-profit organization Haliburton Sculpture Forest et al.
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Haliburton Sculpture Forest
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The Haliburton Sculpture Forest is a unique outdoor collection of sculptures located in Glebe Park near the village of Haliburton, Ontario, Canada. It is operated by the non-profit organization Haliburton Sculpture Forest et al.
Glebe Park is home to the Haliburton Highlands Museum, Haliburton Sculpture Forest and Fleming College, Haliburton School of The Arts.
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Glebe Park
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Glebe Park is home to the Haliburton Highlands Museum, Haliburton Sculpture Forest and Fleming College, Haliburton School of The Arts.
The hike into Eagles Nest is an easy one. Park along #508 and follow the signs. The hike in will take about 30 minutes. The view is wonderful and peaceful.
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Eagle's Nest Lookout
79 Eagles Nest Park Rd
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The hike into Eagles Nest is an easy one. Park along #508 and follow the signs. The hike in will take about 30 minutes. The view is wonderful and peaceful.

Food scene

Great food either take out or eat on their patio
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South Algonquin Diner
2269 Loop Rd
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Great food either take out or eat on their patio
Great place to get ice cream
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Kawartha Dairy Bancroft
29572 28 Highway
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Great place to get ice cream
A Great place to stop in to play a game of Pool, wings and Beer. Offers live music, organized card games and more
Royal Canadian Legion Branch 624
1007 Burleigh Rd
A Great place to stop in to play a game of Pool, wings and Beer. Offers live music, organized card games and more
Win Yeung Chinese Restaurant
37 Maple Ave
Great Chinese Food
McKecks Tap & Grill. Opened in 1986 by #11, former Toronto Maple Leaf Walt Mckechnie, McKecks has been serving friends and family for over 30 years
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McKeck's-Tap and Grill
207 Highland St
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McKecks Tap & Grill. Opened in 1986 by #11, former Toronto Maple Leaf Walt Mckechnie, McKecks has been serving friends and family for over 30 years

City/town information

Geocaching Capital of Canada and a great place to ATV or Snomobile Wilberforce was established as "Pusey", a station on the IB&O Railway, and named for railway president Charles J. Pusey. This little railway had initially been built to carry iron ore from open pit mines at Irondale. Although the mines had closed, the railway had high hopes of extending to Bancroft, and even higher hopes of reaching Ottawa. At Wilberforce, where the railway skirted the southern shore of Pusey Lake (now Dark Lake), the Wilberforce Lumber Company put up a sawmill. In 1909 the Wilberforce mill was leased to James Lauder and Joseph Spears, of Toronto. The IB&O Railway was taken over by the Canadian Northern Railway in 1912. Messrs. Lauder and Spears along with Lucien B. Howland, (the former General Manager of the IB&O), looking for new business opportunities, acquired a sawmill on the new CNR line north of Parry Sound, Ontario. The three men eventually established the community of Lost Channel in the Parry Sound District and went bankrupt in the process. Wilberforce is known among geocachers as the "Geocaching Capital of Canada." The first cache in the town was "Wilberforce be With You" placed by Geofellas.
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Wilberforce
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Geocaching Capital of Canada and a great place to ATV or Snomobile Wilberforce was established as "Pusey", a station on the IB&O Railway, and named for railway president Charles J. Pusey. This little railway had initially been built to carry iron ore from open pit mines at Irondale. Although the mines had closed, the railway had high hopes of extending to Bancroft, and even higher hopes of reaching Ottawa. At Wilberforce, where the railway skirted the southern shore of Pusey Lake (now Dark Lake), the Wilberforce Lumber Company put up a sawmill. In 1909 the Wilberforce mill was leased to James Lauder and Joseph Spears, of Toronto. The IB&O Railway was taken over by the Canadian Northern Railway in 1912. Messrs. Lauder and Spears along with Lucien B. Howland, (the former General Manager of the IB&O), looking for new business opportunities, acquired a sawmill on the new CNR line north of Parry Sound, Ontario. The three men eventually established the community of Lost Channel in the Parry Sound District and went bankrupt in the process. Wilberforce is known among geocachers as the "Geocaching Capital of Canada." The first cache in the town was "Wilberforce be With You" placed by Geofellas.

Things to do

Artech Glassblowing Studios is a traditional glassblowing studio nestled in the Highlands of Ontario, Canada. We produce great upcycled glass tableware and handmade barware. We are known for our recycled beer glasses, a repurposed beer bottle that still holds a full beer!
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Artech Glassblowing Studios is a traditional glassblowing studio nestled in the Highlands of Ontario, Canada. We produce great upcycled glass tableware and handmade barware. We are known for our recycled beer glasses, a repurposed beer bottle that still holds a full beer!
Open Tuesdays 12 noon to 4 May 24 to Oct. 5
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Haliburton County Farmers' Market
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Open Tuesdays 12 noon to 4 May 24 to Oct. 5
Switzer's Farm is a multi-generational family farm that grows fresh fruit & vegetables. check them out on FB to find out more
655 Clear Lake Rd
655 Clear Lake Road
Switzer's Farm is a multi-generational family farm that grows fresh fruit & vegetables. check them out on FB to find out more