Frequently Asked Questions

 

Are dogs allowed in the Sculpture Forest? 

Dogs are welcome. Dogs must be under the control of the owner. Please stoop and scoop and deposit in a garbage container.

 

Is there a cost for entry?

Entrance is by donation. There is a donation box at the entrance. 

 

Can we visit the Sculpture Forest in the winter?

Most of the trails in the Sculpture Forest become cross-country ski trails in the winter. Walking is not allowed on the ski trails. You need to buy a trail pass (available at the kiosk in the College Parking Lot or at the entrance on Museum Rd) to ski on the trails. A portion of the Sculpture Forest is accessible by snowshoe. There is no charge for the Snowshoe trail.

 

When is it open? 

Glebe Park is open from dawn to dusk. In the winter the ski trails in the Sculpture Forest are lit. Walking is not allowed on the ski trails.

 

Is there parking? 

Parking is available at both entrances to Glebe Park.

 

Can we have a picnic?

Yes, There are picnic tables in Glebe Park near the entrance to the Sculpture Forest.

Are visitors welcome at the College? 

Yes. Fleming College welcomes visitors. There is a café in the College, which is open on weekdays when the College is in session.

Are there washrooms? 

Due to COVID-19, there is NO PUBLIC ACCESS to the washrooms at Haliburton Highlands Museum or Haliburton School of Art + Design.

Visitors can use the public washroom in Glebe Park, which is located near the entrance closes to the museum. 

Are there guided tours?

Guided tours run by the Haliburton Sculpture Forest have been cancelled for the 2020 season.

We have however partnered with Yours Outdoors to provide the same great tours you are used to but with smaller groups. 

For more information please click here

 

Is the Sculpture Forest accessible?

The Sculpture Forest Trails are wide and easy to walk on. The surface is fine compacted gravel or earth. The trails are not paved. 

Can we walk or bike from Haliburton Village to the Sculpture Forest?

Yes – on the Head Lake trail – see the Village map for details. 

297 College Drive
Haliburton, ON K0M 1S0
Tel: (705) 457-3555

info@haliburtonsculptureforest.ca

© 2016 Haliburton Sculpture Forest. All images © 2016 Kristy L. Bourgeois, Youkie Stagg, Angus Sullivan, Noelle Dupret Smith