Haliburton Lake is one of the area’s most sought-after summer destinations. With 2,550 acres of clear, deep waters and a rocky base, the lake is a local gem. Located northeast of the town of Haliburton in the settlement of Fort Irwin, public access is available at the southwest end of the lake at the Fort Irwin Marina. Take a quick trip to The Eagle Lake Country Market or a 20-minute drive to Haliburton for supplies. There’s a large public waterfront park and beach area for all to enjoy and clubhouses for meetings and get-togethers.
With its clear deep waters, Haliburton Lake is known for its lake trout population. Smallmouth bass are abundant among the rock shoals and drop offs around the lake.
Home to the Haliburton Lake Cottagers Association you can find more information here.