We are located on the Odessaroad 26/highway 36, just a three minute drive from Bobcaygeon. Bobcaygeon, in the city of Kawartha Lakes, is a comfortable drive from busy urban areas (170 km from Toronto Airport), its small town setting transports visitors to a world of its own. We have trails and maps of the area. We have 2 kayaks for rental and we can make your holiday complete by dropping you off at one of the creeks or lakes. You will receive a lunch package.
Bobcaygeon is situated on three picturesque islands between two of the loveliest lakes in Ontario, and within the City of Kawartha Lakes, Bobcaygeon offers both activity and tranquility. The name of the town is derived from the Native word "Bobcaygewanunk" meaning "shallow rapids" or "swirling rivers around islands”. Canoeing, boating, fishing and swimming compete for attention with lounging, walking, shopping and sightseeing, public beach park, excellent restaurants, lovely shops, antique shops and our historical museum and Settlers Village.
While in town, take a walk down to Lock 32 on the Trent Severn Highway and watch the boats move through the locks. A popular destination for those in search of recreation and relaxation, the downtown core is actually located on an island. Seasonal highlights include Kawartha Settler's Village Wine and Food Tasting Festival (September 15th), the Boyd Heritage Museum, the Canada - US Walleye Tournament, the Open Doors House Tour, the Ontario Open Fiddle & Step Dance Competition, the Pigeon Lake Yacht Club Regatta, the Annual Arts & Crafts Show, the Cruisefest Antique / Classic Car Show, the Lakeview Arts Barn, the Bobcaygeon Fair, the Festival of Trees, and the Santa Claus Parade.The Petroglyphs Provincial Park, Emily Provincial Park, Warsaw Caves and Curve Lake First Nations Reserve are nearby. We have lot’s of information and brochures to make your trip completed.