Sandy Lane Resort is your year-round vacation destination in Ontario’s Algonquin Highlands, fall, winter, summer, and spring. We offer deluxe luxury cabin accommodations suited for every family and feature a beautiful view of Halls Lake. [...]
Here at Sandy Lane Resort, we are so excited to host you during the fall season in one of our comfortable cottages. The cottages were purposely designed to be like mini-homes, full of all the [...]
As the leaves start to change colours and the weather changes, we welcome to explore the beautiful Haliburton Highlands this autumn. The Haliburton Highlands truly comes ablaze during the fall, with rich crimsons, scarlets, bright [...]
As the world slowly reopens, we know many of you have had to reschedule or rethink your wedding plans. Flexibility is really key nowadays, especially for wedding planning. Luckily, Sandy Lane Resort is here to [...]
It is time to have some fun under the fall trees in the Haliburton Highlands! Fall time is all the rage in the Highlands and Sandy Lane Resort has the perfect getaway cottage for you [...]
The Algonquin Highlands District in Ontario is one of the premier fishing destinations in Canada. The region is known for having numerous inland lakes with an abundance of fish. Fishing Ontario’s popular lakes are great [...]
Create the wedding ceremony you have always dreamed of at Sandy Lane Resort, whether you choose to be on the beach or basking in the beauty of the surrounding forest. There are plenty of options to suit every bride and groom's interests.
Put on your adventurer’s hat and explore the best hidden gems in Ontario, Canada, during your stay at Sandy Lane Resort. Nothing makes for better memories than treading off the beaten path for a series of fascinating escapades during your stay at our Algonquin hotel.
The winter sport of fat biking continues to rise in popularity across North America, especially in cooler climates, such as Southern Ontario’s Algonquin Provincial Park and the neighbouring District Municipality of Muskoka. When several inches of snow inevitably cover the earth’s surface, bicyclists and mountain bikers alike are forced to adapt to Mother Nature’s frosty disposition. Thankfully, fat biking in Ontario provides an idyllic balance of modernized exercise and old-world exploration.
By now, you likely know all about Southern Ontario’s Algonquin Provincial Park, a 1.9-million-acre preserve north of picturesque Haliburton—tailor-made for exploration. And exploration comes in many varieties, including ice climbing, dog sledding, and cross-country skiing. However, it’s nearly impossible to imagine a more wondrous way to survey a new landscape than snowshoeing, especially in the serene Haliburton Highlands.