The city of Kawartha Lakes is in south central Ontario. Although called a city Kawartha Lakes is made up of many small communities within the region. The population in the region is approximately 75,000. The largest towns within Kawartha Lakes are Bobcaygeon, Fenelon Falls, Lindsay, Omemee and Woodville.
Kawartha Lakes runs from Highway 7 in the south, Highway 121 to the east ending south of Minden at Kinmount, Highway 2 to the west as far as hwy. 6 and just north of Queen Elizabeth II Wildlands Provincial.
Kawartha Lakes is known as your year-round outdoor playground and great getaway destination close to home. Thousands of cottagers and visitors flock to the Kawartha’s all year round. One of the largest industries in the region is cottaging. With some of the best lakes in the province weekend highways are filled with families heading north to the Kawartha’s.
With over 250 lakes, incredible paths for biking and hiking and known as one of the top 5 bird watching destinations in the world there is something offered for everyone.
Snowmobiling in the winter and boating in the summer the Kawartha’s offers some of Ontario’s most beautiful sights. Kawartha Lakes is rich in culture and heritage and deep in railroad history. Take a step back in time at one of the many museums. The artistic community is thriving here, visit a visit a gallery, or studio or enjoy a live theatre show in one of our many historic venues and find out for yourself.
Shop one of our many delightful downtown cores, or relax and be pampered at one of the many spa and wellness facilities.
Plan an evening of culinary delights at one of our many restaurants and cafes followed by a stay in a charming inn, motel, hotel, housekeeping cottage or bed and breakfast.