Believe it or not, Silent Lake Provincial Park is in Haliburton County. You will explore this gem of a park by hiking Bonnie’s Pond Trail. This trail is perfect for the nature lover or explorer and your family will love it as you wind your way past many unique and interesting features in the northern portion of the park. There is a fantastic picnic area and beach at the day use area so bring a bathing suit and lunch, if you like. A day park permit is required and can be purchased online or at the park office upon arrival. Suitable for adults, teens and children. Dog friendly ‐ on a leash please

HIKE #: 76

DATE: Saturday, September 21

START TIME: 10:00 am

DURATION: 3 hours, 3km

LOCATION: Silent Lake Provincial Park


RATING: Moderate

AMENITIES: parking, washrooms, water, beach, camping

LEADER: Ruby Mansfield

LEADERS BIO: Ruby Mansfield, The Littlest Hike Leader, is 6 years old, and LOVES taking people on hikes and teaching them all about the forest. Her hike assistant/mom, Corina of Deep Roots Adventure, has been exploring the Haliburton Highlands since her childhood and has based her business on outdoor experiential education featuring the amazing landscapes of this area. Corina is a certified hike leader (Hike Ontario).

DIRECTIONS: From Haliburton take Hwy 118 east to Hwy 28. Turn right (south) on Hwy 28 and drive approximately 11km to the Silent Lake Provincial Park. Turn left and proceed to the park office to meet your leaders. The travel distance from Haliburton to the park is approximately 61km. From Minden travel to Haliburton via County Rd  21 and follow direction from Haliburton and described above. The travel distance from Minden is 85 km. GPS coordinates: N 44.9232, W 78.0712

  • On Bonnie’s Pond
    Saturday, September 21, 2019
    10:00 am - 1:00 pm


Venue:   Silent Lake Provincial Park

1589 Silent Lake Park Rd., Bancroft, Ontario, Canada, K0L 1C0

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