The Haliburton Highlands Water Trails (HHWT) Map Guides are a must-have for anyone planning on tripping and camping in the area. The maps are produced by the Township of Algonquin Highlands Trails Department in partnership with the Ministry of Natural Resources. These Map Guides are the official and most up-to-date maps available for the Frost Centre and Poker Lakes areas.
About The Poker Lake Area:
The Poker Lakes area encompasses approximately 1,800 hectares of remote backcountry provincial crown and municipal lands comprised of mixed forests and 12 lakes with minimal development. Camping/canoeing routes include 47 campsites and 10 portages.
This is an ideal area for novice paddlers, families or anyone looking to have a relaxing and rejuvenating adventure in a natural setting.
Access to the area is from two public access points, one at 5128 Highway 118 and one on the Cinder Lake access road, off of the Black River Road. It should be noted that the Cinder Lake access road is a remote, unmaintained, “use at your own risk” road, and the access point itself can only be reached by a truck, SUV, ATV, snowmobile (in winter) or on foot. Vehicles using this access point should be equipped with 4-wheel drive capabilities as there is very rough terrain and two water crossings.
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