Here 9 holes wind through the beautiful landscape of the Haliburton Highlands, offering challenging natural obstacles and rewarding views. Tree-lined fairways, wetland areas, and modest elevation changes all contribute to the course's unique layout, providing challenging play in a serene environment that is home to wandering deer and other wildlife.
Snowmobile paths and sparkling waterways roll out from the grounds at MartinWood, happily holding four seasons of activities. Canoes, kayaks and paddle boats are available to leisurely explore Benoir Lake, or you can challenge yourself with a more extensive voyage. Waters are perfect for swimming, and fishing excursions take place all year. The unique geological setting of MartinWood lends itself to fun rock collecting excursions, and there are also challenging mountain biking trails or horseback riding available nearby at South Algonquin Tours.
MartinWood rests on a beautiful 800 acre property that is perfect for hiking, and nearby Algonquin Provincial Park is a must. Packed with pine forests that hold plentiful wildlife and jagged cliffs that pour out over prime vistas, Algonquin is Ontario's largest and oldest provincial park - and the most popular by far. Eager hikers voyage from faraway to climb the dusty trails, and it's a paradise for those who love to canoe. Trying to glimpse a moose at the side of the road is also a popular endeavor.
Nearby Bancroft and Haliburton offer arts and crafts shows, antique shops and theatre to check out before a night at MartinWood. A pub on site offers home cooked meals and post-game pints in front on an HDTV, and rooms are comfortable, recently renovated, and tastefully decorated.
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