Tour, Explore and Discover THE Outdoor Adventure Destination in Ontario
With visitors to the County growing year over year and with the influx of seasonal and permanent residents on the rise, Adventure Haliburton is adapting to the mobile and digital way of life by partnering with the Driftscape app (https://driftscape.com/)
With the support of Ontario's Highlands Tourism Organization and County Council, Adventure Haliburton has over 30 exciting places mapped in the app under the categories Adventure, Explore, and Stay. The next steps include inviting food & beverage businesses on board, as well as more adventure providers who are interested in marketing their unique experiences to anyone who downloads the Driftscape app. That's over 30 000 active users … and counting. When asked to describe Adventure Haliburton Group's mandate, VP Randy Pielsticker said:
"Our mandate is achieved by marketing all of our members collaboratively, which facilitates customers' access to all the great tourism resources and experiences available here. Every business in the county benefits from increased tourism and Driftscape will help bring more people here. As a not-for-profit organization run by volunteer local business owners, we depend on membership fees to provide our operating budget and every cent is spent on marketing tourism."
Whether you are a welcome visitor travelling here from an hour or two away, a local resident, cottager, or a guest staying at one of the area's excellent vacation venues, look for our QR code on posters, postcards, and coasters around the County and download the Driftscape app for free today. For further information, please contact adventurehaliburton@
Driftscape is a Canadian startup whose core product is a local discovery and travel app. The Driftscape app provides a platform for municipalities and unique cultural organizations to share their stories in an interactive and engaging fashion to a growing base of active users.
Available on iOS and Android devices, Driftscape is an ad-free platform dedicated to making local culture easier to discover. There are currently over 50 organizations using the app to share their stories and over 5000 points of interest, events, and tours across Canada.
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