Chart a course to the Kawartha Lakes’ dream boating destinations of Bobcaygeon and Fenelon Falls
Discover why summer boaters-in-the-know motor to two prime towns in Kawartha Lakes: Bobcaygeon and Fenelon Falls. These two historic lumber towns are now home to thriving main streets, colourful shops and premium waterfront dining. The quiet heart of Bobcaygeon rests between Pigeon and Sturgeon Lakes at Lock 32, the first lock built on the Trent-Severn Waterway in 1833. Enjoy plentiful mooring here in the welcoming company of fellow boaters, shaded under a canopy of 100-year old trees. Up anchor and head west to Fenelon Falls, fondly named the “Jewel of the Kawarthas.” Pilot your way past spectacular granite cliffs to Lock 34 in this bustling community between Sturgeon and Cameron Lakes. Visit the Fenelon Falls Museum to learn more about the lumber and agriculture that has kept the town booming through the centuries. Relax over dinner lockside or in view of the town’s tumbling namesake waterfall.
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