This popular map showcases over 500 km2 of wilderness in the Haliburton Highlands/Muskoka Lakes region of Ontario, including the popular 200 km2 tract of crown land known as the Leslie Frost Centre lands.
A great destination for paddlers and backpackers alike, this map covers stretches from Livingstone and Fletcher lakes in the north, to Halls Lake in the south and from Lake of Bays to the west to Kennisis and Kimball lakes in the east.
This completely original map (we make our maps from scratch, just like the government did when making its topo series, only we have chosen a much higher higher standard) features extraordinary topographic and water details, as well as hiking trails, campsites, portages, access points, facilities and other attractions. The back side is covered with colour photos and lots of information about natural history, suggested routes, safety tips, contact information and much more.
Following Chrismar’s popularization of this area over 10 years ago with our first Frost Centre & Area Adventure Map®, the local municipality has now implemented a revenue-capturing user-pay system for overnight visits (day-use is free).
Our most recent version includes campsite numbers, day-use and group sites, camper and tent limits by site, and other useful information about recent developments.
One of the first in the series, this map is now in its fourth edition (we update every 1-2 years). And it overlaps to the north with our Oxtongue River map, and to the east with our Algonquin 3-Corridor South map. Also check out the nearby Poker Lake area, another cottage country canoe route area “put on the map” by Chrismar a number of years ago.