Ontario is a winter wonderland waiting for you to explore on one of the thrilling snowmobile trails. Just a short 30 km from Sandy Lane Resort is one of the largest private snowmobile trail systems [...]
The fall comes in September to paint the 34 native tree species at Algonquin Provincial Park in a stunning mosaic of green, yellow, orange, and purple colours. As a result of the high elevation at [...]
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 lush, tranquil Southern Ontario wilderness is calling. And the preferred method of exploration for many Canadians is horseback riding. After all, there’s nothing quite like galloping through dense forestry, swaying wheat fields, and colourful wildflower meadows atop a majestic, well-training horse. Horseback trail riding in Ontario continues to rise in popularity, especially during a period when city folks are rediscovering the allure of outdoor recreation.