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Welcome www.buckhorn.ca Visit the Buckhorn District Tourist Association website to help you plan your vacation or if you find yourself in the area drop in to our Welcome Centre. Find links to our accommodation providers, restaurants, shops, art galleries, golf courses and the Buckhorn Community Centre where so many of the area events take place.
The Township Of Selwyn
Municipality of Trent Lakes
Welcome to one of the most beautiful areas in the Kawarthas… the Municipality of Trent Lakes and the hamlet of Buckhorn. The scenery is spectacular and the people are genuine and caring. There is a brochure put out by the Municipality entitled ‘Discover Trent Lakes’ so be sure to pick one up. This will lead you to areas throughout the municipality and you will get a chance to win some fine prizes just for taking a tour…it’s all free and fun to complete. Buckhorn is the southern extremity of Trent Lakes and Kinmount is our most northern area. Trent Lakes is 860 square kilometres in size and there are approximately 300 km of roads to take you on several excursions. I am so proud to be the Mayor of Trent Lakes and to call this my home. In 1980 I was a tourist and soon after became a full-time resident with a home and business. Enjoy your visit and be sure to tell a friend about your Trent Lakes experience.
On behalf of the members of Council, staff and the residents of the Township of Selwyn, I would like to extend our warmest welcome and invite you to spend some time exploring our beautiful community! The Township of Selwyn is situated north of the city of Peterborough and is bordered almost entirely by lakes. Selwyn boasts many attractions and events that enhance the quality of life for both residents and visitors. Along with the many beautiful lakes, parks and trails, the Township also provides excellent recreational facilities, heritage and cultural sites, shopping, restaurants, festivals, entertainment and accommodations. I encourage you to visit www. selwyntownship.ca for a list of events or to plan your stay. Information is also available by calling (705) 292-9507 or (877) 213-7419. Receive the latest Township news by liking us on Facebook or following us on Twitter @SelwynTownship. Best wishes for an enjoyable vacation! Sincerely,
Bev Matthews Mayor, Municipality of Trent Lakes
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Mary Smith, Mayor The Township of Selwyn
What’s Inside ... This magazine is published on behalf of the Buckhorn District Tourist Association 705-657-3288 www.buckhorn.ca email@example.com 1987 Lakehurst Road, Buckhorn, ON
The Association would like to thank area photographers who have contributed images to this publication.
Publisher Max Miller Editor Deb Crossen Art Director James Goodliff Production Melissa Goodliff Office Manager Melissa Goodliff Sales Manager Laura Williams Account Managers: Belinda Wilson, Laura Williams T: 705.738.6188 F: 705.738.4187 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org 48 Main St. Bobcaygeon, Ontario www.thepromoter.ca Every effort has been made to present accurate listings in this publication. However, neither Design One nor the Buckhorn District Tourist Association accepts responsibility for any errors or omissions.
Buckhorn & Area 2017 Welcome to Buckhorn 2 Trent-Severn Waterway 6 Fishing 8 Events 10 Events Calendar 12 Outdoor Activity 18 Sites of Interest 20 Nearby Attractions 21 Buckhorn & Area Maps 22 Accommodation s 25 What’s for Supper? 32 Shopping/Services 34 Living Here 38 Association President’s Message 40 Important Numbers 40 Chamber Directory 41
Cover Photography credit from left to right: Lynda Cartan, Lucy Burke , Adam Woodhouse, Gerald Dwyer. Photo below: Lynn Lecuyer
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Canada’s 150th Put on your red and white this year! Canada celebrates 150 years of confederation with a number of events in communities throughout the area. But first, a little history lesson: 150 years ago, Quebec, Ontario, New Brunswick and Nova Scotia united to create the Canadian Confederation, called the Dominion of Canada. On account of the British North America Act that became law July 1, 1867, these British colonies would be recognized as an independent nation. In the years that followed, the other provinces and territories joined the Dominion, making today’s Canada a mari usque ad mare (“from sea to sea”). The 150th anniversary of Confederation gives Canadians the opportunity to get involved in their communities and to celebrate together our shared values, our achievements, our majestic environment and our country’s place in the world. The major themes of the 150th anniversary of Confederation are diversity and inclusion, reconciliation with Indigenous peoples, environment and youth. Photo Credit: BDTA As the Member of Parliament for Peterborough-Kawartha, it is my pleasure to welcome you to the Buckhorn area.
Constituency Office Suite 4 — 417 Bethune Street Peterborough, ON K9H 3Z1 1 (800) 567 - 8554 www.maryammonsef.ca 4 Explore Buckhorn & Area 2017
There are so many great reasons to visit this region all year round – whether you wind your way through the Trent-Severn Waterway, explore the backcountry on foot or on skis, or soak up the relaxed vibe at a cottage, I know you’ll have a memorable visit. And as we celebrate Canada’s 150th birthday this year, I hope you will take some time to not only experience some of our greatest assets – the land and the water around us – but also to reflect on what it means to be Canadian. This is a unique opportunity to celebrate the values we as Canadians hold close to our hearts: diversity, inclusion, and generosity of spirit. We have much to be proud of on this historic occasion, so I encourage you to join the party – in beautiful Buckhorn! Maryam Monsef, MP Peterborough-Kawartha
World Class Art Available in your Backyard... Celebrating Canada’s Artists in 2017!
Your Search for Great Art … Ends Here. Located 3km East of Buckhorn on Hwy 36. Call 705 657-1108 Toll Free 888 242-7475 www.GalleryOnTheLake.com
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Photo Credit: Joe Berta
Trent-Severn Waterway (Lock 31)
Photo Credit: Joe Berta
Buckhorn was the first lock let out to tender in September 1882. Buckhorn’s Lock 31 is 31.4 metres (103 feet) in length and 9.7m (or 32 feet) wide. The average lift is 3.5m (11.5 feet). Buckhorn’s Lock 31 is one of the few locks along the TSW to offer special docking for smaller watercraft -- canoes, kayaks and PWCs. The docks are closer to water level and feature speciallydesigned hookups. Please be considerate of other boaters using these docks. Lock 31 is a short walk to the hamlet of Buckhorn where boaters can find various facilities. Good lake cruising can be found above and below the lock. Please note there is a maximum of 1 night mooring period available at this lock station because of its very busy use. In 2016, more than 7,600 vessels went through Lock 31. We’re expecting more travel this summer, as Parks Canada is celebrating Canada’s 150th birthday with free lockage all season. GPS Coordinates: 44 33’20.10”N 78 20’45.85”W
2017 Hours of Operation - Locks
Daily Last Opening Lockage
May 19 – June 22
Monday – Thursday Friday – Sunday and Victoria Day
June 23 – September 4
Monday – Thursday Friday - Sunday; Canada Day, August Civic Holiday and Labour Day
September 5 - October 9
Monday - Friday Saturday - Sunday; and Thanksgiving
Boaters must arrive to the designated blue line at least 30 minutes before closing time. 6 Explore Buckhorn & Area 2017
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Emerald Isle MARINA AND RESORT
Photo Credit: Jane Campbell
Evinrude Outboards - E-TEC • Sales & Service Centre Marine Accessories • Marine Pump Out Station Stratos Bass Boats • Boat Trailers • Boat Slippage Boat & Motor Rentals • Winter Storage Grocery Store • Modern, fully equipped housekeeping cottages Ice • Gas & Oil • Bait • Prop Repair Depot HOME OF THE ANNUAL EMERALD ISLE BASS TOURNAMENT IN SEPTEMBER South Shore -Buckhorn Lake • 705-292-8452 1250 Emerald Isle Road, Ennismore
To become a member of the BDTA or advertise in the 2018 Explore Buckhorn Tourist Guide, Call 705-657-3288 or email info@ buckhorn.ca. If you have any comments, please don’t hesitate to let us know at the Welcome Centre or by email to email@example.com.
Located on Otonabee River between Lock 26 & 27 Hydro & Water hook-up at dockside, pump-out & clean showers Reservations Encouraged 705-652-0330
Chemong Lake Fishing Charters Specializing in Musky, Bass and Panfish on beautiful Chemong Lake Rick Daniels 705.292.5449 MuskyGuide@bell.net
Complete info available on our website
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Lots of Water Means Fishing!
By Rick Daniels
The following is a quick fishing overview to give you some vital info!
Photo Credit: Elaine Johnston & Pamela Richards
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I have caught Musky on a jig and a worm while fishing for walleye and caught smallmouth bass almost the same size as the lure while fishing for Muskie. Point being; you’re not going to catch anything with a dry line. Panfish: Sunfish, perch, crappie -- I find these the most fun to catch especially with an ultra-light rod and reel. This set up is the perfect size for your young children or grandchildren. All you need is a small hook, a box of worms or pail of small minnows and a few split shot sinkers, if need be. Just make sure the fish takes the bait first prior to setting the hook. Small jigs with rubber worms and small lures of any kind also work well. Walleye: These traditionally are cold water, lowlight feeders so the fishing is sometimes better during dusk or dawn hours, trolling dead slow with a 4” bluish Rapala type lure. You may find luck during the day with the same presentation if it’s overcast, rainy or choppy. If it’s a clear calm day, try driving a banana jig tipped with a minnow to the bottom of a deep, thick weed bed. Bass: These fish are predominantly an “ambush type” predator and can be caught almost any time of day or night under almost any conditions. Spinner baits, in line spinners, crank baits, artificial worms, real worms all work well. Smallmouth bass tend to hang on or near rock shoals, points, islands, bridges, docks, etc. Largemouth bass seem to prefer large stumpy back bays, deep lily pads and bull rushes close to deep drop offs. Muskie: If you have ever researched fishing for these beasts you would have undoubtedly read “a fish of a thousand casts”. That’s why I simply do not cast for them, I’m too old and my arm gets too sore, I troll. You will need a good quality bait caster or trolling combo with heavy duty line and high test terminal tackle. A 6” to 10” solid, not jointed, lure is the order of the day and the secret -- fast troll …about 6 km per hour along the outside edges of deep weed beds. Check out our website for more fishing tips. Good Luck and Happy Fishing! Rick Daniels is Owner / Operator of Chemong Lake Fishing Charters www.kawarthafishing.com MuskyGuide@bell.net 705-292-5449
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Muskie 44.25” Jerry Solich Cadigan’s Camp Smallmouth Bass 20” Joel O’Donnell Cadigan’s Camp Largemouth Bass 22.5” Bryan Marek Cadigan’s Camp Common Carp 36.75 Bryan Marek Cadigan’s Camp Pickerel 27” Tom Whitcomb Cadigan’s Camp 2016 winner photos below, in no particular order.
1, 2 & 3 Bedroom Cottages. 3 & 6 Bedroom Chalet Cadigan’s Cottages is located on the border of Buckhorn and Pigeon Lake, part of the Trent Severn waterway, north of Peterborough, east of Lindsay on 20 acres with two natural sand beaches. One and half hours from Toronto.
Anglers .. mark your calendars! September 15-17, the top teams with FLW Canada will be fishing the TriLakes, competing in the Canadian championship. The championship weigh-in is on Sunday, September 17 at the Buckhorn Community Centre. You won’t want to miss this! Get more info at www.buckhorn.ca.
Great fishing, Camping Available Open Year Round $500-$1090/week • Equipped with satellite TV, BBQs & decks. • Full kitchen, central laundry facilities on site. • 3 nice golf courses nearby and other attractions. 305 Cadigan’s Camp, Smith-Ennismore-Lakefield 705.875.3044 / 877.292.9403 • firstname.lastname@example.org www.cadiganscamp.com Explore Buckhorn & Area 2017 9
Photo Credit: Buckhorn Fine Art Festival
The Buckhorn area boasts some of the most popular events in the Kawarthas.
The Buckhorn Community Centre (BCC) plays host to a number of successful events each season. Celebrating 40 years in 2017, the BCC is one of the only facilities of its kind in the province. It is not owned by the municipality but keeps its lights on through fundraising, membership and donations. At the BCC, you’ll find a Spring Craft Show (Victoria Day Weekend), live dinner theatre in the Spring, Summer and Fall, Heritage Day Celebrations in February, the Harvest Craft Show on Thanksgiving Day weekend and the world-renowned Buckhorn Fine Art Festival in August. Originally started to raise funds for the new BCC in 1977 the Buckhorn Fine Art Festival has become the art show and sale to visit, one of the top 100 Events in the province. For art lovers, there are also a number of smaller, local art shows throughout the season. Brushstrokes of Bobcaygeon hosts Colours 10 Explore Buckhorn & Area 2017
of Cavendish at the Cavendish Community Centre north of the village in July. Berry picking isn’t actually an event, but McLean and Buckhorn Berry Farms, just south of the village, put on Maplefest in March, a Strawberry Festival in July and Pumpkin Fest in the Fall. Check out their website at mcleanberryfarm.ca for all the details! There’s no better way to celebrate Canada’s birthday than with a free, family-oriented event! Come to the BCC on July 1 for plenty of activities for the kids and one of the area’s largest indoor/outdoor yard sales! Fireworks light up the sky at dusk and, of course there will be cake! If quilting is up your alley, you’ll want to check out the Harvest of Quilts Show & Sale in September at the Bobcaygeon Curling Club. No visit to the area would be complete without stopping at the Curve Lake Pow Wow in September. It’s a truly spiritual experience and an event for the whole family. In 2017, the Buckhorn District Tourist Association sponsors the Kawartha Outdoor Adventure Weekend, September 16 and 17. In addition to the Kid’s Fishing Derby at
Photo Credit: Carole seeley
Please check venue/organization websites for new and updated events or check the website www.buckhorn.ca for up to date information.
Photo Credit: Jane Clark Scotsman Point Resort that weekend, the family can participate in the first KOAW Car Rally, visiting a number of area attractions. The weekend finishes with a blast as the FLW Canada Canadian Bass champion is crowned
during a weigh in at the BCC on Sunday, September 17. Please check out the next few pages for a list of events in the area.
The Buckhorn Community Centre (BCC) is one of the largest event facilities in the heart of the Kawarthas and is unique in its layout. Situated on 10 acres of woodland, the Centre offers an 8,000 square foot main building, 11 pavilions, a covered patio and seasonal garden with water feature – the perfect place to make your event one to remember. We also offer an amazing range of diverse programming and events, top-notch craft shows, dinner theatre, dances, summer craft and farmer market, exercise and gourmet cooking classes, art workshops and more. The BCC is very proud to be celebrating 40 years in the community. We have grown and improved over the years with the help of many volunteers, dedicated staff and visitors from near and far. Thank you for all the support...........Drop in Judy McWhirter - BCC Manager
705-657-1918 Toll free 1-877-300-9766 www.buckhornfineart.com
More evenTs PresenTed by The bCC • heritage day - mid Feb. • dinner Theatre - April & Nov. • spring Craft show - Victoria Day Weekend • ole Fashioned Fish Fry - June • Canada day Celebrations - July • Farmer & Craft Market July & August • Adventure Weekend - September • harvest Craft show - Thanksgiving Weekend • holiday home Tour and holiday Magic - Nov & Dec
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Photo Credit: Buckhorn Fine Art Festival
Calendar of Events
Kid’s Program Trent Lakes Public Library Every Wednesday 705-657-3695 www.TrentLakesLibrary.ca 11/12 Maple Teas/Maple Menu – Shambhala Bed & Breakfast - 705-657-8664 for reservations 11/12 MapleFest - McLean’s Berry Farm 705-657-2134 – www.McLeanBerryFarm.com 18/19 MapleFest, McLean’s Berry Farm 705-657-2134 – www.McLeanBerryFarm.com 25/26 MapleFest, McLean’s Berry Farm 705-657-2134 – www.McLeanBerryFarm.com
31-April 2 Home Cottage & Country Show Peterborough Memorial Centre - 705-743-3561 www.MemorialCentre.ca
Kid’s Program Trent Lakes Public Library Every Wednesday 705-657-3695 www.TrentLakesLibrary.ca 8 Taste of Canada – BCC – 705-657-8833 www.buckhorncommunitycentre.com 28-30 Spring Dinner Theatre – BCC 705-657-8833 www.buckhorncommunitycentre.com
September 16 - 17, 2017 Fun for the whole family:
• Kids fishing derby at Scotsman Point Resort • Activities at the BCC • Family Car Rally • FLW Canada Canadian Championships Follow us on facebook for updates! 12 Explore Buckhorn & Area 2017
Photo Credit: Gerald Dwyer 24 Community Care 150th Celebration Community Care Ptbo - 705-657-2171
Kid’s Program Trent Lakes Public Library Every Wednesday 705-657-3695 www.TrentLakesLibrary.ca Kinmount Farmer’s Market - Saturday 9am– 2pm Austin Sawmill Heritage Park, May – October www.KinmountFarmersMarket.ca Highlands Cinemas opens for season Kinmount – www.highlandscinemas.com 5-7 Spring Dinner Theatre – BCC – 705-657-8833 – www.buckhorncommunitycentre.com 13/14 Mother’s Day High Tea - Shambhala Bed & Breakfast - 705-657-8664 for reservations 13 Opening of Walleye Fishing Season – MNR Zone 17 – Buckhorn & Kawarthas 705-657-3288 13 Pickerel Fishing Tournament – Cadigan’s Camp & Resort – Ennismore – 1-877-292-9403 19 First Day of Navigation Trent Severn Waterway 20-21 Spring Craft Show – BCC - 705-657-8833 www.buckhorncommunitycentre.com
Kid’s Program Trent Lakes Public Library Every Wednesday 705-657-3695 www.TrentLakesLibrary.ca Buckhorn Farmer’s Craft & Collectables Market – Mid June to Mid September, 8:30am – 1pm Tuesdays at the Buckhorn Community Centre 1 Buckhorn Annual Golf Tournament to support BCC – 705-657-8833 www.buckhorncommunitycentre.com
3 Opening of Muskie Fishing Season – MNR Zone 17 – Buckhorn & Kawarthas 705-657-3288 9 “Ole Fashioned Fish Fry” – BCC 705-657-8833 www.buckhorncommunitycentre.com 10 Unlock the Summer – Bobcaygeon 705-738-2202 Bobcaygeon & Area Chamber of Commerce and Unlock the Summer present
featuring THE LEGENDARY DOWNCHILD BLUES BAND
SATURDAY JUNE 10, 2017 7-11PM Tickets sold in advance starting in February 2017 (check website for info) Limited tickets available. This is a licensed event!
Celebrating the Blues all over Bobcaygeon all day
DAYTIME ACTIVITIES AT THE LOCKS First Nation Drumming & Video Presentation • Face Painting • The History of Lock 32 • Music • and much more
Bobcaygeon & Area Chamber of Commerce 21 Canal Street (by the locks) 705-738-2202 / 1-800-318-6173 www.bobcaygeon.org
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Photo Credit: Amanda Pascoe 10 Dragon Boat Festival - Little Lake, Del Crary Park, Peterborough www.SurvivorsABreast.com 17 Opening of Bass Season - MNR Zone 17 Buckhorn & Kawarthas – 705-657-3288 21 National Aboriginal Day Curve Lake First Nation
21-23 Lakefield Fair – Lakefield www.lakefieldfair.com 21-23 Colours of Cavendish Art Show Cavendish Community Centre www.brushtrokesofbobcaygeon.com 29 More Funny Business Dinner & Improv – Community Care – www.commcareptbo.org
SUMMER - On-Going July & August 2017
Kid’s Program TrentLakes Public Library Every Wednesday 705-657-3695 www.TrentLakesLibrary.ca Peterborough Musicfest – Del Crary Park Wednesday & Saturday Evenings www.ptbomusicfest.ca Petroglyphs Provincial Park Evening Programs 705-877-2552 Buckhorn Farmer’s Craft & Collectables Market – BCC - 8:30am–1pm, Tuesdays Music in the Park at Austin Sawmill Heritage Park, Kinmount Thursdays, 6:30 pm
1 Canada Day Celebrations - BCC 705-657-8833 www.buckhorncommunitycentre.com 1 Canada Day Celebrations – Kinmount Fairgrounds – www.kinmount.ca 1-9 Canadian Resident Free Family Fishing Week (license-free) – www.ontariofamilyfishing.com 8 Lakefield Jazz Art Craft Festival - Lakefield 705-652-1041 - www.LakefieldJazzFest.com 14-16 Lakefield Literary Festival – Lakefield www.lakefieldliteraryfestival.com 15 Hidden Auction - Cavendish Community Centre - www.cavendishcommunitycentre. wordpress.com 14 Explore Buckhorn & Area 2017
18-20 40th Annual Buckhorn Fine Art Festival BCC - 705-657-1918 www.buckhornfineart.com 17-20 Havelock Country Jamboree www.havelockjamboree.com 19 Bobcaygeon Craft Beer & Food Festival Kawartha Settlers’ Village www.settlersvillage.org 26 Rock The Locks - Buckhorn Lock 31 www.RockTheLocks.ca
Kid’s Program Trent Lakes Public Library Every Wednesday 705-657-3695 www.TrentLakesLibrary.ca 2-3 Kawartha Arts Festival – Fenelon Falls Fairgrounds – www.kawarthaartsfestival.com 16-17 Curve Lake Annual PowWow Lance Woods Park, Curve Lake www.curvelakefirstnation.ca 16-17 Kawartha Outdoor Adventure Weekend Buckhorn – www.buckhorn.ca 16-17 Harvest of Quilts Show & Sale Bobcaygeon Curling Club www.settlersvillagequilters.ca 16-17 Emerald Isle Bass Tournament 705-292-8452 23-24 Victoria County Studio Tour – www.vcstudiotour.com
Photo Credit: Lucy Burke
Kid’s Program Trent Lakes Public Library Every Wednesday 705-657-3695 www.TrentLakesLibrary.ca 7-9 Harvest Craft Show at BCC www.BuckhornCommunityCentre.com
Photo Credit: Laurie Downey
28-30 Bobcaygeon Fall Fair – Bobcaygeon – www.bobcaygeonfair.com 30-Oct 1 Victoria County Studio Tour – www.vcstudiotour.com
James a. Goodliff C on t e m p or a ry C a n a di a n a rt i s t
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7-8 Buckhorn Pumpkin Festival - Buckhorn Berry Farm – www.mcleanberryfarm.com 14-15 Buckhorn Pumpkin Festival – Buckhorn Berry Farm – www.mcleanberryfarm.com 21-22 Buckhorn Pumpkin Festival – Buckhorn Berry Farm – www.mcleanberryfarm.com 28-29 Buckhorn Pumpkin Festival – Buckhorn Berry Farm – www.mcleanberryfarm.com
Photo Credit: Dyane Taylor
Kid’s Program Trent Lakes Public Library Every Wednesday 705-657-3695 www.TrentLakesLibrary.ca 3-5 Fall Dinner Theatre – BCC - 705-657 8833 www.buckhorncommunitycentre.com 8 Remembrance Day Service – BCC www.buckhorncommunitycentre.com 10-12 Fall Dinner Theatre – BCC – 705-657-8833 www.buckhorncommunitycentre.com 25 Santa Day – Fenelon Falls – www.santaday. ca 26 Holiday Home Tour – Buckhorn & Area – www.buckhorncommunitycentre.com
Kid’s Program Trent Lakes Public Library Every Wednesday 705-657-3695 www.TrentLakesLibrary.ca Yuletide Tea – Shambhala Bed & Breakfast 705-657-8664 for reservations Christmas by Candlelight Lang Pioneer Village www.LangPioneerVillage.ca 7 Holiday Tea & Loonie Auction - Community Care - 705-657-2171
January 2018 (dates to be determined)
Kid’s Program Trent Lakes Public Library Every Wednesday 705-657-3695 www.TrentLakesLibrary.ca Daily Yuletide Tea - Shambhala Bed & Breakfast - 705-657-8664 for reservations Buckhorn District Snowmobile Club - Various winter events - www.bdsc.ca
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Photo Credit: Laurie Downey
February 2018 (dates to be determined)
Kid’s Program Trent Lakes Public Library Every Wednesday 705-657-3695 www.TrentLakesLibrary.ca PolarFest - Various events www.polarfet.ca Lakehurst Carnival - Lakehurst Hall https://lakehursthall.wordpress.com Polar Plunge – Ennismore www.belrotaryplunge.com Canadian Resident Free Family Fishing Weekend (License-free Ice Fishing) www.ontariofamilyfishing.com Heritage Day – BCC - 705-657-8833 www.buckhorncommunitycentre.com Kinmount WinterFest - 705-488-2635 www.kinmount.ca * We endeavour to provide the most accurate information, but mistakes happen. Please confirm the dates at the Welcome Centre, www.buckhorn. ca or with the individual organization.
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Sheffield Greens Golf Club 9 hole - 2765 yard - 34 par Easy Walking course & good for all skill levels New owners as of 2014 season Family owned and operated
Call to book your tee time
www.SheffieldGreensGolf.ca 193 Mill Line Road (Bobcaygeon) Trent Lakes
Photo Credit: Carole Seeley With the abundance of lakes and rivers, forests and parkland in the Buckhorn area, you’re going to want to definitely spend some time outdoors. Of special note is the Kawartha Highlands Signature Site Interpretive Trail. This 1.5km hike along the Mississauga River boasts some of the most incredible scenery in the Kawarthas. Several numbered signposts along the trail coincide with the trail brochure. Visitors can read as they travel along the trail, and learn about the story of the nearby Mississagua River, its history and how it is linked to settlement and the history of the Buckhorn area. Sandy beaches and picnic areas provide enjoyment for those who prefer to stay on land. And for the duffers, the Buckhorn area offers a number of world-class courses. Many are designed to take advantage of the beautiful, natural landscape. Whether you’re looking for a 9-hole course or a more challenging 18-hole facility, you can find it here. Buckhorn also offers some of Central Ontario’s most rewarding recreational canoeing opportunities. You may set out on a leisurely paddle along the shoreline of Buckhorn Lake, or for the adventurous, a two-day trip down the fast-running Mississagua River. For those who love the outdoors in winter, the Buckhorn area doesn’t disappoint. Kilometres of snowmobile trails, and yearround accommodation with activities for the whole family are just a few reasons why visitors come to see us when Mother Nature puts down her blanket of white.
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Photo Credit: Laurie Downey Some tourists to the Buckhorn area have never seen a live bear. So they head off to one of our transfer stations to see the local wildlife cruise through the garbage looking for a culinary delight. It’s one thing to stand on the safe side of the fence, at a good distance to snap a few photos and gaze upon the beautiful creatures. It’s another to try to feed the bears to get them to come closer, or worse, to climb the fence to get a better shot up close. While our bears may seem friendly, they are still wild animals! So stay well back and away.
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Sites of Interest
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While you’re here, you’ll want to visit some of the historical and interesting sites. Don’t forget to take a photo at one of our “Selfie Stations”!
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Buckhorn’s Wall of Honour The Wall of Honour is a memorial to our men and women in uniform who made the ultimate sacrifice during the Afghan War. Erected in 2011, the Wall features each soldier’s photo, name, rank, age, hometown, unit and cause and date of death. Surrounded by a beautiful garden, there are two granite benches where visitors can sit for some quiet reflection.
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Adam & Eve Rocks A short stroll or drive down Adam & Eve Road, on the north side, reside two large glacial rocks. Named after the original man and woman in Christianity, these remnants of the last ice age are said to have mystical powers. Folklore has it that if a young couple can hold hands and each touch one of the rocks, their lives will be blessed. Sandy Lake Folklore tells a story about beautiful Sandy Lake, also known as “Lake of Spirits”. In the south bay, visible from Lakehurst Road is a large, heart shaped rock known as the “Giants Heart”. There on calm days, ripples form over the rock formation, causing it to look as though the “Heart” is beating. This lake is land locked and has no feeder river. But water flows out of the lake and down Sandy Creek to Buckhorn Lake. Where does this water come from?
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Buckhorn Buck Everyone’s familiar with the town’s unofficial mascot, the Buckhorn Buck. He was repaired in 2015, after the fiberglass figure was damaged. Unfortunately, there is now a barrier around the Buck to stop folks from climbing on him and causing more damage. But no photo journal of your trip to our town would be complete without a selfie with the Buck! 20 Explore Buckhorn & Area 2017
GALLERY ON THE LAKE ~ 705-657-1108 galleryonthelake.com ~ 4 km east of Buckhorn on County Road 36 WHETUNG OJIBWAY CENTRE ~ 705-657-3661 whetung.com ~ Curve Lake Reserve
BUCKHORN RIDING ACADEMY ~ 705-772-9332 buckhornridingacademy.com ~10.5 km south of Buckhorn on Buckhorn Rd. MILLTOWN MINI GOLF & BATTING CAGES ~705-743-7789 milltownminigolf.com ~ 933 Lansdowne, Peterborough RIVERVIEW PARK & ZOO ~ 705-745-6866 peterboroughutilities.ca/park_and_zoo ~ 1300 Water Street, Peterborough WILD WATER & WHEELS ~ 705-876-9292 wildwaterwheels.ca ~ 1650 Chemong Road, Peterborough
KATCHIWANO GOLF & COUNTRY CLUB ~ 705-652-6612 katchiwanogolf.com ~ 1730 Youngs Point Road, Lakefield QUARRY GOLF COURSE ~ 705-292-0019 quarrygolf.ca ~ 447 Tara Road, Ennismore/Bridgenorth SHEFFIELD GREENS GOLF CLUB - 705-738-2567 ~www.SheffieldGreensGolf.ca ~ 193 Mill Line Rd, Trent Lakes SIX FOOT BAY GOLF COURSE ~ 705-657-8788 sixfootbay.ca ~ Six Foot Bay Road, Trent Lakes TAMARAC GOLF COURSE ~ 705-292-8761 tamaracgolfclub.ca ~ 155 Ennis Road, Ennismore
BANCROFT KAWARTHA NORDIC SKI CLUB ~ 705-933-6723 kawarthanordic.ca ~ Hwy #28, North Kawartha BUCKHORN CANOE COMPANY ~ 705-657-2601 buckhorncanoes.com ~ 1887 Lakehurst Road, Buckhorn BUCKHORN FARM & CRAFT MARKET ~ 705-657-8833 buckhorncommunitycentre.com ~ Lakehurst Road, Buckhorn CANADIAN CANOE MUSEUM ~ 705-748-9153 canoemuseum.ca ~ 910 Monaghan Road, Peterborough CURVE LAKE FIRST NATION ~ 705-657-8045 curvelake rstnation.ca ~ 22 Winookeeda Road, Curve Lake DEVIL’S ELBOW SKI AREA ~ 705-277-2012 devilselbow.com ~ 878 Bethany Hills Road, Bethany HALIBURTON FOREST WILD LIFE RESERVE ~ 705-754-2198 haliburtonforest.com ~ 1095 Redkenn Road, Haliburton HAVELOCK COUNTRY JAMBOREE ~ 705-778-3353 havelockjamboree.com ~ #10 County Road 48 HERB GUY’S HONEY HOUSE ~ 705-657-9971 herbguyshoneyhouse.com ~ 3990 Country Road #36, Buckhorn HIGHLANDS CINEMAS ~ 705-488-2199 highlandscinema.com ~ County Road #121, Kinmount INDIAN RIVER REPTILE HOUSE ~ 705-639-1443 reptilezoo.org ~ 2206 County Road #38, Indian River KAWARTHA HIGHLANDS SIGNATURE SITE ~ 613-332-3940 ontarioparks.com/park/kawarthahighlands ~ 106 Monck St, KAWARTHA SETTLERS’ VILLAGE ~ 705-738-6163 settlersvillage.org ~ 85 Dunn St. Bobcaygeon KAWARTHA TURTLE TRAUMA CENTER – 705-741-5000 www.kawarthaturtle.org LANG PIONEER VILLAGE ~ 705-295-6694 langpioneervillage.ca ~104 Lang Rd, Keene PETERBOROUGH MUSEUM ~ 705-743-5180 peterboroughmuseumandarchives.ca ~ 300 Hunter St. E., Peterborough PETERBOROUGH FARMER’S MARKET ~ peterboroughfarmersmarket.com ~ Morrow Park, Peterborough ~ Sat. 7:00-1:00 PETERBOROUGH HYDRAULIC LIFT LOCK ~ pc.gc.ca/eng/lhn-nhs/on/trentsevern/visit/visit6/lock21.aspx ~ 353 Hunter Street East, Peterborough PETROGLYPHS PROVINCIAL PARK ~ 705-877-2552 ontarioparks.com/park/petroglyphs ~ 2249 Northey’s Bay Rd, Woodview SANDY LAKE PUBLIC BEACH ~ Lakehurst Road, 6 Kms west of Buckhorn TRENT LAKES PUBLIC LIBRARY ~ 705-657-3695 trentlakeslibrary.ca ~ 5 George Street, Buckhorn WARSAW CAVES ~ 705-652-3161 warsawcaves.com ~ 289 Caves Road, Warsaw
4TH LINE THEATRE ~ 705-932-4445 4thlinetheatre.on.ca ~ 4 Tupper Street, Millbrook ART GALLERY OF PETERBOROUGH ~ 705-743-9179 agp.on.ca ~ 250 Crescent Street, Peterborough BUCKHORN COMMUNITY CENTRE ~ 705-657-8833 www.buckhorncommunitycentre.com ~ Lakehurst Road LINDSAY ACADEMY THEATRE ~ 705-324-9111 academytheatre.ca ~ 2 Lindsay Street S., Lindsay PETERBOROUGH MUSICFEST ~ ptbomusicfest.ca ~ 500 George Street N., Peterborough PETERBOROUGH SPEEDWAY ~ 705-743-5880 peterboroughspeedway.com ~ 1710 Mount Pleasant Road, Peterborough SHOWPLACE PERFORMANCE CENTRE ~ 705-742-7469 showplace.org ~ 290 George Street N., Peterborough Explore Buckhorn & Area 2017 21
Buckhorn & Area
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Curve Lake First Nation
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Kawartha Highlands Signature Site Park
HOR N TR
ADAM & EV
Lower Buckhorn Lake
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Kawartha Highlands Signature Site Park
27 Trudes Cottages & Tackle
22 Bay View Resort
28 Westwind Inn
33 Beachwood Resort
29 Woodland Campsite
44 Birch Bend Cottages
11 Anchor Bay Camp
55 Blue Heron Resort 66 Buckhorn Narrows Resort 77 Burleigh Falls Inn
31 BDTA Welcome Centre
Cadigan’s Camp & Cottages
32 Community Care Harvey
33 Municipality of Trent Lakes
10 Camp Fisherman 11 Catalina Bay Resort 12 Caygeon Cove Resort 13 Elim Lodge Christian Resort
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6 POINTS OF INTEREST 35 Adam & Eve Rock
14 Emerald Isle Marina & Resort 36 Curve Lake First Nation 15 Last Resort
37 Gallery on the Lake
16 Melody Bay Resort
38 Kawartha Country Wines
17 Oak Bay Resort
39 Kawartha Highlands
18 Pigeon Lake Resort
19 Pineaires Resort
ASSOCIATIONS 30 Buckhorn Community Centre
Signature Site 40 McLean Berry Farm
20 Scotsman Point Resort
41 Sandy Lake
21 Shady Point Resort
42 TSW Lock 31
22 Shambhala Bed & Breakfast
43 Trent Lakes Public Library
23 Six Foot Bay Resort 24 The Birches Resort 25 The Village Inn 26 Three Castles Resort
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BALDWIN BAY RD FR 285
Catchacoma Lake Area FR 277
BEAVER LAKE RD
BEAVER LAKE RD
Kawartha Highlands Signature Site Park
MISSISSAGUA LAKE RD
BEAVER LAKE RD
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Little Bob Channel
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Big Bob Channel
ISLAND BAY DR
Photo Credit: Lucy Burke
Lay Your Head Down
Whether you’re looking for a relaxing, spa-like resort, a cottage getaway, a quaint bed-andbreakfast, or a vacation on the water, you can find whatever you need in the Buckhorn area.
Resorts, Lodges and Cottages Leave the stress of your every day behind as you relax in one of the area’s resorts or lodges. The Buckhorn area is also a cottagers’ delight. Bring the whole family and get the home-
Marley’s Bar and Grill 705 868-2545
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Houseboat Rentals 40 Years of Cruising the Trent Waterway. Visit Historic Towns, Islands & Bays
Photo Credit: Kelly James away-from-home feeling in a private cottage. Close enough to amenities and attractions, there are also onsite activities the whole family will enjoy.
“Best outdoor vacation in Ontario” - CTV
1-800-720-EGAN (3426) www.houseboat.on.ca Near Peterborough. No boating license required.
Bed and Breakfast For those looking for a more relaxed bed-and-breakfast accommodation, the Buckhorn area has what you need. Houseboating What a great way to see the Buckhorn area – on the water! Gather family and friends for a cruise through the Trent-Severn Waterway or just park your home-away-from-home on one of our beautiful lakes. Combine the advantages of cottage living with the adventure of travel. Prepare your own meals or enjoy dining out at the fine restaurants along the way.
Four Season, Full Service Resort Superb Lakeside Dining 35 “Log Cabin Style” Rooms & Honeymoon Suites. Fireplaces, jet tubs for 2, hot tub, pool & beach. Ideal for groups, retreats, honeymoons & weddings A Short Drive...A World Away. The Perfect Getaway!
www.westwindinn.net 800-387-8100 ~ 705-657-8095
90 mins. N.E. of Toronto, 20 mins. N. Of Peterborough
County Rd. #36, next to the Gallery on the Lake. Buoy #276.
Visit us at Burleigh Falls Inn and stay in one of our luxury rooms or suites in our spectacular Inn or enjoy one of our deluxe motel rooms, located around the lake front. We have 20 guestrooms, a Diner, outdoor casual dining, a banquet facility, shopping at The Market, as www.theburleighfallsinn.com email@example.com well as a Marina with dockage, fuel and boat rentals. Only two hours from Toronto, the Kawarthas offer a great combination of culture and nature interest. 4791 Hwy. 28, Burleigh Falls, North Kawartha Visit the area art galleries, craft shows, historic attractions, boating on the Trent Severn Waterway, Located at Lock #28 on the Trent System skiing, golfing, nature trails, boat cruises and much more.
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CAMP SITE ~ Buckhorn Lake
Photo Credit: Lucy Burke
Overnight or Seasonal Family Camping Tent or Trailer Sites No Pets
Shambhala Bed & Breakfast We look forward to being part of your vacation plans for 2017. Come enjoy our cozy lakefront housekeeping cottages on Buckhorn Lake in the Kawarthas. Please visit our website for Spring/Fall Mid-week specials.
Year-round Luxury on 44 Acres of Pristine Wilderness On Hwy 36 just 1 km from Buckhorn (705) 657-8664 – toll free (866) 957-8664 www.shambhalabedandbreakfast.com
www.scotsmanpoint.com 800-267-1310 • 467 Six Foot Bay Road
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Camping For those who like the more back-to-nature vacation style, the Buckhorn area offers a number of campgrounds that feature amenities and activities for the whole family.
RV-ing When your wheels hit the road, the Buckhorn area is prime territory for an overnight or longer stay. Local businesses offer amenities such as power hook-ups, internet access, sewage pump-outs, pools and waterfront views.
Blue Heron Resort
ResoRt: 705-657-3300 stoRe: 705-657-9900 blueheronresortbuckhorn.ca
Bay View Resort
Deer Bay (Lower Buckhorn) on the Trent System 2969 Pearson Lane, Lakefield, Ontario K0L 2H0 Tel: (705) 657-3218 / 1-800-488-3134 email: firstname.lastname@example.org website: www.bayviewresort.ca
21 fully equipped, 2, 3 and 4 bedroom housekeeping cottages • Playground • 1200 feet of tree-lined shore • Safe swimming • Store • Boats, Pontoon Boat, Motors and Gas available
Buckhorn Narrows Summer Resort Cottage & RV/Park Model Resort (705) 657-8802 www.buckhornnarrowsresort.com email@example.com
120 Acres of Picturesque Countryside Box 99, Buckhorn Ontario, KOL 1JO 28 Explore Buckhorn & Area 2017
10 Renovated Lakefront Housekeeping Cottages, Wood Floors, Gas Fireplaces, Boat & Motor Rentals, Sandy Beach, Pool, Excellent Fishing, Playgrounds, Store. 125 Large Seasonal Sites (Lakeview, Lakefront & Wooded) Park Model/Trailer Sales, Fully Serviced, Pets Welcome
Our Piece of Paradise
Photo Credit: Beachwoood Resort
Caygeon Cove RESORT
Relax at our Family Resort on beautiful Pigeon Lake
Cottages & RV
A beautiful lakeside setting on Lower Buckhorn Lake. Cottages, condos and main lodge suites.
• 2, 3 and 4 Bedroom Cottages • Sandy Beach • Playground • Boat & Motor Rentals • Games • Canoe • Paddle Boat • Kayaks • Volleyball • Horseshoes • Hiking Trail 36 Fire Route 101 Trent Lakes ON K0M 1A0 (705) 738-2333 www.pigeonlakeresort.com firstname.lastname@example.org
Vacations, weddings, conferences. Flexible plans, delicious meals and activities for all.
On Pigeon Lake 4 km N. of Bobcaygeon 705-738-2744 1-800-850-2744 www.caygeoncove.com email@example.com Your Hosts: Craig & Nicky MacPherson
Exceptional service is our family tradition.
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For Accommodation Vacancies Call 705-657-3288 / 1-800-853-1615 or visit www.buckhorn.ca * Amenities subject to change - Please call for information. See map page 22-23 for BDTA member locations
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Propane is available in close proximity to most accommodation providers
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Bob’s FUN 4 A What’s For Supper?
Photo Credit: Bruce Hobley
If you’re not into cooking at home and would rather make a reservation, the Buckhorn area offers several options for your culinary experience.
THIS IS WHERE EVERYONE SHOPS WITH CONFIDENCE FOR THE FINEST IN GROCERIES
DELI • BAKERY • FRESH MEATS FULL LINE OF DAIRY PRODUCTS FRESH FRUITS & VEGETABLES 3329 Buckhorn Rd.
(Highway 507 N) BUCKHORN
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Choose formal dining at a number of the restaurants at area resorts, or stay in the village and grab some pub grub, pizza or the best Chinese food in the Kawarthas! If it’s one thing we’re passionate about, it’s buying local products. Many call it “farm-to-table” eating, and when you’re here, you’ll want to hop on board. McLean/Buckhorn Berry Farms – May to October Buckhorn Farmers’ Market – Tuesdays at the BCC - 8:301pm - June 27 to August 29 Bobcaygeon Market, Saturdays - 8am-1pm May to October Lakefield Farmers’ Market – Thursdays - 9am – 2pm, May 25 to October 5
ALL Seasons Hungry? Give us a Call.
Chinese and Canadian Cooking Dine In or Take Out
Hours: 11:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. Closed Tuesday Visit our website at: www.codyinnrestaurant.ca 1953 Lakehurst Road, Buckhorn
Homemade dough and sauce, topped with your choice of 23 fresh ingredients. Pizza • Wings • Garlic Bread • Salads • Pasta
5 Main Street, Buckhorn, ON
Over 40 Varieties of Wine and Cider. Complimentary Sampling Bar. Need we say more?
Open 7 Days a week from 10am-6pm
Shop online at kawarthawinery.ca 2452 County Rd 36, Buckhorn
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Photo Credit: Heidi Lycett
Shopping / Services
What Did You Bring Me? Retail therapy is always part of any vacation! In the Buckhorn area, you have plenty to choose from. Pick up a souvenir at the Buckhorn Welcome Centre including special Canada 150 logo wear exclusive to the BDTA. There are a number of stores within shouting distance of the locks to help you decorate your home, office or boat! Check out Style
Your Nest, Pine Tree Trading Post or Lockside Trading Company. If a little libation is what you’re after, you can’t miss a visit to the award-winning Kawartha Country Wines, just north of the village. For the bargain hunter, there’s the Good Buy Room on the lower level of the Trent Lakes Library and Overstock Liquidation at the corner of County Road 23 and County Road 29. And don’t forget the good old garage sales-especially on Canada Day, July 1 at the BCC.
Buckhorn General Store Lottery Movie Rentals Magazines
Bait & Tackle Ice Cream Groceries
Cash Machine Toys Ice
Imagine The Freedom!
Lotto 649 : $4.58 Million OIM: $1 Million/Crossword: $25 K Canada Cash 2 - $250 K
Within Walking Distance of Canal 1908 Lakehurst Road, Buckhorn • 705.657.3202 Providing you with beautiful furnishings and decor that compliments your home or cottage Nest perfectly.
Open May - October and all year online at www.styleyournest.org 705-768-0155 6 Main Street, Buckhorn
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Style Your Nest is a home decor & gift store nestled in beautiful downtown Buckhorn.
Enjoy mingling with your guests while we take care of the rest. Planning • Decor Catering • Specialty Cakes As event planners we are committed to ensure that your occasion will be a truly impressive one. Everything from romantic dinners for two to large functions, weddings, parties, family celebrations, corporate and community events. Let us make your events Swanky Events.
Sue Swankie • 705-657-1916 www.swankyevents.ca
Church Locations Anglican: St. Matthew/St. Aidan 1937 Lakehurst Rd. Sunday - 10 am
United: Wesley United 2068 County Road 23 at the 16th Line. Sunday - 10am
Catholic: St. Jean de Brebeuf 2466 County Road 36 Saturday 5pm, July 1st to Labour Day Sunday - 9am & 10:30am
Elim Lodge Christian Resort 696 Elim Lodge Road Summer Sunday -. 10:30am & 7:30 pm Mon. - Fri. 9:30 am & 7:30 pm.
Presbyterian: Knox Church 770 Lakehurst Rd. Sunday - 9 a.m. Palm Sunday to end of October.
Church on the Rock 5 Church Lane (Ojibway Dr.S. off Hwy 36 at Hwy 28) Sunday - 11a.m.
Pine Tree Trading Post
Gifts • Souvenirs • Moccasins • Jewellery • Wood Carvings • Clothing • Sporting Goods & Toys
Hwy. 36, Buckhorn, ON K0L 1J0 (705) 657-9900
LOCKSIDE TRADING COMPANY 1987
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For For all all your your stone stone landscape needs landscape needs Open to the Public
Open to the Public
Photo Credit: â€‹Sharon Watson
Trent Lakes Public Library
2189 County Rd 36, Buckhorn Ontario, Canada, K0L 1J0 P:705-657-7111 stonescapeinc.com
2189 County Rd 36, Buckhorn Ontario, Canada, K0L 1J0 P:705-657-7111 stonescapeinc.com
Trent Lakes Public library has two branches to serve the community with thousands of books, magazines and DVDs. They have the newest best-seller books by popular authors. There is access to high-speed internet through their computers or you can use their Wi-Fi. They host a childrenâ€™s Story Time, Adventure Time! every Wednesday morning at 11:00 at the Buckhorn branch. Cavendish Youth Group meet Tuesday evenings from September until June. All children are invited to join in at the Cavendish Community Centre from 6:00 to 7:30. There is no registration fee for either program.
K-9 Bed Bug Inspections & HEAT Treatments
7 Days a Week
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How Can We Help?
The Welcome Centre, run by the Buckhorn District Tourist Association should be your first stop on your visit to the area. You can find area maps, brochures on activities and sites to see and our friendly staff will be delighted to make suggestions to help make your stay enjoyable. Photo Credit: Amanda Pascoe
Community Care Peterborough’s 913 volunteers served more than 7,600 clients in 2016. They gave a total of 98,000 hours of service, delivering 40,906 meals and providing 36,890 drives. There are ongoing activities, including free prevention of falls exercise classes, blood
pressure clinics, and the popular Diners’ Club. Visit the folks at Community Care at most of the events at the BCC, where you can help support the organization by purchasing homemade baked goods. For specific information, about our services, visit www.commcareptbo.org, email the local Buckhorn agency at harvofc@commcareptbo. org or give them a call at 705-657-2171.
Remedy’sRx ® Buckhorn
The Local Drug Store™
• • • • • •
PRESCRIPTIONS Open Mon. - Sat. Detailed consultation available Blood Pressure Monitoring Diabetic Care Blister Packs
Your Pharmacy Team www.remedys.ca
1922 Lakehurst Road, Buckhorn
Tel: 705-657-1700 • Fax 705-657-2740 firstname.lastname@example.org
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Photo Credit: Laurie Downey
Okay, so you’ve made the leap!
Living and working in Buckhorn
It’s SERVICE that sells homes
Your Real Estate SERVICE Professional 244 Aylmer St. N., Peterborough, ON K9J 3K6
office: 705-748-4056 • cell: 705-875-4958
www.lookingforahome.ca • email@example.com
Wherever you’ve come from – the busy city life or another rural area – welcome to Buckhorn! As a new “local”, it’s a good idea to get the lay of the land. And meeting the right people is a start. A stop at the Buckhorn Community Centre will probably set you up for activities that will keep you as busy as you want to be. Volunteering at the BCC or attending any number of their ongoing programs is a good way to meet people in your new environment. From weekly cards to exercise classes, the BCC is the hub of activities in our hamlet. Any visit to the Home Hardware can provide information about who to hire to help around your new home or cottage. Plumbers, electricians, contractors and other tradespeople are local, too. So the friendly staff at the hardware store are sure to know how to point you in the right direction. When in doubt, stop by the BDTA’s Welcome Centre (adjacent to the LCBO). Our great staff all live in the area and can help with those questions … even the dumb ones!
KS aIl eM LE T TO s Representative 705-313-6057 www.kimlettosells.ca firstname.lastname@example.org
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1917 Lakehurst Rd.
BOBCAYGEON & KAWARTHA LAKES
Photo Credit: â€‹Laurie Downey
Let us Help You Hunt 4 Dreams in the Kawarthas
Tom Hunt, Broker of Record email@example.com
Wendy Hunt, Broker
Clear Is The New Black
The Municipality of Trent Lakes has a Clear Garbage Bag Program to discourage the placement of recyclables and hazardous materials into the waste stream. The Clear Garbage Bag Program helps the environment and diverts recyclables from the landfill. Garbage that has not been put into a clear bag, visibly contains more than 20% recyclables (or any Blue Box material), or contains any hazardous materials will not be accepted at the Transfer Stations. Bobcaygeon Transfer Station 42 County Rd 36 705-738-5454 Buckhorn Transfer Station 37 Dump Rd 705-657-9477 Cavendish Transfer Station 3020 County Rd 507 705-657-2490 Crystal Lake Transfer Station 1018 Crystal Lake Rd 705-488-3376
Hunt4Dreams Realty Inc. Brokerage
705.738.1414 Toll Free 1.844.738.1414 Independently Owned & Operated
Use a Local Realtor
Newfoundland charm in the Kawarthas
3361 Buckhorn Rd. Buckhorn firstname.lastname@example.org
Margaret Weikmann Direct Line: 705-738-8222
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Welcome to the Buckhorn area.
Photo Credit: BDTA
We’re glad you’ve decided to spend time with us. You’ll find a friendly atmosphere, where the people are helpful and the scenery spectacular! Buckhorn is a community steeped in history. From the early days of the logging industry to today’s family-friendly activities, our area has grown into a popular destination … not only for visitors but those looking for a permanent, more laid-back way of life. There’s so much to see and do in the area. You can experience the wonder of nature, taking a hike or leisurely walk along the Interpretive Trail at the Kawartha Highlands Signature Site. Our lakes and rivers are
full of fish, just waiting to take your line. The Buckhorn Community Centre hosts a number of activities and events including the Buckhorn Fine Art Festival, one of Canada’s best-known exhibitions. There are art galleries featuring local and international artists that will please the eye. Another important stop on your tour is the Curve Lake Cultural Centre. Located on the Curve Lake Reserve just south of Buckhorn, it is a source of knowledge dedicated to keeping traditions and ceremonies alive within the community. Throughout the area we’ve set up “Selfie Stations.” Take a photo and upload it to our facebook page. You could win a gift certificate to get your own Buckhorn swag at the Welcome Centre. As we celebrate Canada’s 150th birthday, we invite you to join our community to experience the best in the Kawarthas. Drop by the Welcome Centre (conveniently located next to the LCBO) for more information to make the most of your visit. Follow us on facebook and twitter and please visit our website (buckhorn.ca) to stay up to speed on events in the area. Enjoy your stay! Deb Crossen, President, BDTA
Important Numbers Emergency . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 911 Emergency Direct Line . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .705-876-5022 Peterborough Regional Health Centre . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .705-743-2121 Poison Centre . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-800-268-9017 Library Buckhorn . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 705-657-3695 Library Cavendish . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .705-657-1192 TSW Lock 31 Buckhorn . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 705-657-8725 Peterborough Airport . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 705-743-6708 Kawartha Highlands Signature Site Park . . 613-332-3940 ext 261 Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources 705-755-2000 or 1-800-667-1940 Buckhorn Medical Centre . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 705-657-7933 40 Explore Buckhorn & Area 2017
All Addresses aredistrict Fenelon Fallstourist unless otherwise noted. All Phone Numbers are Area Code (705) Buckhorn association unless otherwise noted. This Directory is supplied by the Fenelon Falls & Dristrict Chamber of 2017 MEMBERSHIP DIRECTORY Commerce at time of publication.
GALLERY ON THE LAKE 705-657-1108/1-888-242-7475 www.galleryonthelake.com Ad on Pg. 5 LEW GALLERY & GIFT SHOP 705-559-7433 www.lewgallery.com NICHOL’S COVE STUDIO 705-928-6955 email@example.com
BUCKHORN COMMUNITY CENTRE 705-657-8833 www.buckhorncommunitycentre.com Ad on Pg. 11 BUCKHORN DISTRICT SNOWMOBILE CLUB 705-657-1296 www.bdsc.ca BUCKHORN DISTRICT TOURIST ASSOCIATION 705-657-3288/1-800-853-1615 www.buckhorn.ca COMMUNITY CARE HARVEY 705-657-2171 www.commcareptbo.org CRIMESTOPPERS 1-800-222-8477 KAWARTHA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE & TOURISM 705-652-6963/1-888-565-8888 www.kawarthachamber.ca KAWARTHA ATV ASSOCIATION 705-328-0931 www.kawarthaatv.com MUNICIPALITY OF TRENT LAKES 1-899-374-4009 www.trentlakes.ca Ad on Pg. 43 PETERBOROUGH AND KAWARTHAS TOURISM 705-742-2201/1-800-451-6424 www.thekawarthas.net TOWNSHIP OF SELWYN 705-292-9507/1-877-213-7419 www.selwyntownship.ca TRENT LAKES PUBLIC LIBRARY 705-657-3695 www.trentlakeslibrary.ca
BUCKHORN FOODLAND 705-657-3311 Ad on Pg. 32 BUCKHORN GENERAL STORE 705-657-3202 Ad on Pg. 34
Bed & Breakfast
Buckhorn District Tourist Association Board of Directors
LAST RESORT 705-731-0200 www.lastresortbobcaygeon.com SHAMBHALA BED AND BREAKFAST 705-657-8664/1-866-957-8664 www.shambhalabedandbreakfast.com Ad on Pg. 27
Deb Crossen Sue Swankie Serena Edmunds Erin McLean Gunnar Rogstad Eva Fisher Audrey Von Bogen Andrea Enright
A&T SCOTT CONCRETE PRODUCTS LTD 705-652-7034 www.scottsconcreteproductsltd.com BUCKHORN HOME HARDWARE 705-657-8471 Ad on Pg. 36 BUCKHORN SAND & GRAVEL 705-657-9311 www.buckhornsandgravel.com Ad on Inside Back Cover FLANAGAN & SUN 705-875-3132 www.flanaganandsun.com GRANITE RIDGE 705-657-9311 www.graniteridgeestates.com Ad on Inside Back Cover STONESCAPE QUARRY INC. 705-657-7111/ 705-927-7111 www.stonescapeinc.com Ad on Pg. 36
President Vice President Treasurer Secretary Past President Director Director Director
1987 Lakehurst Rd. Buckhorn, ON K0L 1J0
(705) 657-3288 1-800-853-1615
BAKER & COLE BARRISTERS & SOLICITORS, NOTARIES PUBLIC Adam R. H. Baker, B.A., LL.B. 705-652-8161/652-7521 www.bakerandcole.com BUCKHORN DAY CARE AND NURSERY SCHOOL 705-657-1611 NEXICOM 705-932-4155/1-888-639-4266 www.nexicom.net DANIEL J. WHATMAN CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT 705-292-6650 danieljwhatman.com
BUCKHAVEN TRAILER & RV PARK 705-657-1888 firstname.lastname@example.org
Photo Credit: Jane Clark
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Photo Credit: Carol Peters
CAMP FISHERMAN 705-657-8321/1-800-616-6712 www.campfisherman.com WOODLAND CAMPSITE 705-657-8946/1-877-854-5644 www.woodlandcampsite.com Ad on Pg. 27
Canoes & Watercraft
BUCKHORN CANOE COMPANY 705-657-2601 www.buckhorncanoes.com
BUCKHORN FINE ART FESTIVAL 705-657-8833 www.buckhornfineart.com Ad on Pg. 11 KAWARTHA COUNTRY WINES 705-657-9916 www.kawarthacountrywines.ca Ad on Pg. 33 Kawartha Tubing www.kawarthatubing.ca
BUCKHORN RIDING ACADEMY 705-772-9332 www.buckhornridingacademy.com
CHEMONG LAKE FISHING CHARTERS 705-292-5449 www.kawarthafishing.ca Ad on Pg. 7 THREE CASTLES RESORT 705-657-8733/1-800-924-2602 www.threecastles.com TRUDES COTTAGES & TACKLE 705-657-8738/1-800-214-4459 email@example.com
KELLY’S GARDEN CENTRE 705-657-3318 firstname.lastname@example.org
Garage/Gas/Propane/Towing EGAN MARINE 1-800-720-3426 / 705-799-5745 www.houseboat.on.ca Ad on Pg. 26 KELLY’S FUELS 705-745-4629/1-888-313-4328 www.kellysfuel.com
MCLEAN & BUCKHORN BERRY FARMS 705-657-2134/705-657-8888 www.McleanBerryFarm.com Ad on Pg. 32
KATCHIWANO GOLF & COUNTRY CLUB 705-652-6612.1-877-668-6003 www.katchiwanogolf.com SHEFFIELD GREENS GOLF CLUB 705-738-2567 www.sheffieldgreensgolf.ca Ad on Pg. 18 SIX FOOT BAY RESORT & GOLF COURSE 705-657-8788 www.sixfootbay.ca Ad on Back Cover
ANCHOR BAY CAMP LTD. 705-657-7345/705-743-0579 email@example.com CADIGAN’S CAMP & COTTAGES 705-292-9403 /1-877-292-9403 www.cadiganscamp.com Ad on Pg. 9 CAMP ASHTABULA 705-657-8521/1-877-657-7977 www.campashtabula.com CAMP FISHERMAN 705-657-8321/1-800-616-6712 www.campfisherman.com
ANCHOR BAY CAMP LTD. 705-657-7345/705-743-0579 firstname.lastname@example.org BAY VIEW RESORT 705-657-3218 www.bayviewresort.ca Ad on Pg. 328 BEACHWOOD RESORT 705-657-3481 www.beachwoodresort.com Ad on Pg. 29 BIRCH BEND COTTAGES 705-657-8891/ 1-866-638-7886 www.birchbendresort.com
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BLUE HERON RESORT 705-657-3300/9900 blueheronresortbuckhorn.ca Ad on Pg. 328 BUCKHORN NARROWS RESORT 705-657-8802 www.buckhornnarrows.com Ad on Pg. 28 BURLEIGH FALLS INN 705-654-3441 www.burleighfallsinn.com Ad on Pg. 26 CADIGAN’S CAMP & COTTAGES 705-292-9403/1-877-292-9403 www.cadiganscamp.com Ad on Pg. 9 CAMP ASHTABULA 705-657-8521/1-877-657-7977 www.campashtabula.com CAMP FISHERMAN 705-657-8321/1-800-616-6712 www.campfisherman.com CATALINA BAY RESORT INC. 705-657-1655 www.catalinabayresort.com Ad on Pg. 25 CAYGEON COVE RESORT 705-738-2744 www.caygeoncove.com Ad on Pg. 29 ELIM LODGE CHRISTIAN RESORT & CONFERENCE CENTRE 1-800-420-6287/705-657-8306 www.elimlodge.com EMERALD ISLE MARINA & RESORT 705-292-8452 email@example.com Ad on Pg. 7 LAST RESORT 705-731-0200 www.lastresortbobcaygeon.com LONE MAPLE COTTAGE RESORT 705-738-2801 www.lonemaplecottages.com Melody Bay Resort 705-657-3351 www.parkbridge.com/en-ca/rv/cottages/ melodybay OAK BAY RESORT 705-657-8872 www.oakbayresort.com
PIGEON LAKE RESORT 705-738-2333 www.pigeonlakeresort.com Ad on Pg. 29 PINEAIRES RESORT. INC 705-657-8094/1-888-287-9637 firstname.lastname@example.org SCOTSMAN POINT RESORT 800-267-1310 www.scotsmanpoint.com Ad on Pg. 27 SHADY POINT RESORT 705-657-9922/1-866-675-8559 www.shadypointresort.com SIX FOOT BAY RESORT & GOLF COURSE 705-657-8788 www.sixfootbay.ca Ad on Back Cover THE BIRCHES RESORT 705-657-8601/800-265-9586 www.the-birches-resort.com THE VILLAGE INN 705-652-1910/1-800-827-5678 www.villageinn.ca
THREE CASTLES RESORT 705-657-8733/1-800-924-2602 www.threecastles.com TRUDES COTTAGES & TACKLE 705-657-8738/1-800-214-4459 email@example.com WESTWIND INN 705-657-8095/1-800-387-8100 www.westwindinn.net Ad on Pg. 26
EMERALD ISLE MARINA & RESORT 705-292-8452 firstname.lastname@example.org PARIS MARINE LTD. 705-652-6444/1-888-933-3434 www.parismarine.com TOWN & COUNTRY MARINE 705-657-1299/1-800-463-2628 www.tcmarina.com
Marine Services & Repair
BUCKEYE MARINE 705-738-5151 www.buckeyemarine.com BUCKHORN YACHT HARBOUR 705-657-8752 (1033) www.buckhornyachtharbour.com EGAN MARINE 1-800-720-3426/705-799-5745 www.houseboat.on.ca Ad on Pg. 26
Trent Lakes is a community that has something to offer everyone. Visitors to our area experience unique accommodations, numerous opportunities for sport and fitness and a natural environment that will satisfy any outdoor adventurer. Residents enjoy a very diverse community and newcomers are welcomed in every way. Medical centres, outdoor sports pads, fishing, snowmobiling, hiking and a variety of active community centres are but some of the amenities we have to offer in addition to an outdoor environment that you will fall in love with. Anyone looking to live close to Toronto but light years away from the hustle and bustle of the big city will appreciate life here.
BUCKHORN REMEDYâ€™S RX 705-657-1700 Ad on Pg. 37
CENTURY 21 Kim Letto - Sales Representative 705-313-6057 Ad on Pg. 38 GRANITE RIDGE 705-657-9311 Ad on Inside Back Cover
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Photo Credit: Keith Norris HUNT 4 DREAMS REALTY INC. 705-738-1414 www.hunt4dreams.com Ad on Pg. 39 ROYAL LEPAGE FRANK REAL ESTATE 705-657-3213 Ad on Inside Front Cover www.buckhornwaterfront.com Grant Sumler – cell 705-313-5353 email@example.com Ray St.Onge – cell 705-868-3213 Ray.St.Onge@sympatico.ca Margaret Weikmann – cell 705-738-8222 firstname.lastname@example.org Lynn Woodcroft – cell 705-768-5588 email@example.com ROYAL LEPAGE FRANK REAL ESTATE Jo Pillon Office: 1-888-223-9831 cell 705-875-4958 Ad on Pg. 38 firstname.lastname@example.org www.lookingforahome.ca ROYAL LEPAGE FRANK REAL ESTATE Gail Burton Office: 705-652-1598 Cell: 705-761-3165 email@example.com www.gailburton.com
Restaurants/Takeout/Tearooms BEACHWOOD RESORT / FREDERICK’S 705-657-3481 www.beachwoodresort.com Ad on Pg. 29 BURLEIGH FALLS INN 705-654-3441 www.burleighfallsinn.com Ad on Pg. 26 ELIM LODGE CHRISTIAN RESORT & CONFERENCE CENTRE 800-420-6287 www.elimlodge.com EMERALD ISLE MARINA & RESORT 705-292-8452 firstname.lastname@example.org Ad on Pg. 7 PIZZA ALLORO 705-657-7575 www.pizzaalloro.com Ad on Pg. 33
SCOTSMAN POINT RESORT / TEAROOM 1-800-267-1310 www.scotsmanpoint.com Ad on Pg. 27 SHAMBHALA BED AND BREAKFAST 705-657-8664/1-866-957-8664 www.shambhalabedandbreakfast.com Ad on Pg. 27 SIX FOOT BAY RESORT 705-657-8788 www.sixfootbay.ca Ad on Back Cover THE CODY INN 705-657-8812 www.codyinnrestaurant.ca Ad on Pg. 33 THE OLDE ICE HOUSE 705-657-1131 THE VILLAGE INN 705-652-1910 www.villageinn.ca WESTWIND INN ON THE LAKE 705-657-8095/1-800-387-8100 www.westwindinn.net Ad on Pg. 26
BUCKHORN GENERAL STORE 705-657-3202 Ad on Pg. 34 BUCKHORN HOME HARDWARE 705-657-8741 Ad on Pg. 36 LAKESIDE TREASURES 705-657-8306 www.elimlodge.com LOCKSIDE TRADING COMPANY 705-652-3940 Ad on Pg. 35 www.lockside.com PINE TREE TRADING POST 705-657-9900 Ad on Pg. 35 ROSEY’S TRADING POST 705-657-2002 www.roseystradingpost.com Style Your Nest 705-768-0155 www.styleyournest.org Ad on Pg. 34 VILLAGE PET FOOD 705-652-9494 email@example.com
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BUCKHORN SAND & GRAVEL 705-657-9311 www.buckhornsandgravel.com Ad on Inside Back Cover CREATE SHADE TENT RENTALS 705-652-0215 www.createshade.com KAWARTHA PEST CONTROL 705-656-2168/1-888-333-7553 www.kawarthapest.com Ad on Pg. 36 KELLY’S FUELS 705-745-4629 / 888-313-4328 www.kellysfuel.com MILLER PEST CONTROL 1-866-858-2152 / 705-657-8018 www.millerpestcontrol.ca
Weddings/Conference/Retreats BEACHWOOD RESORT 705-657-3481 www.beachwoodresort.com Ad on Pg. 29 BUCKHORN COMMUNITY CENTRE 705-657-8833 www,buckhorncommunitycentre.com Ad on Pg. 28 BURLEIGH FALLS INN 705-654-3441 www.burleighfallsinn.com Ad on Pg. 26 CREATE SHADE TENT RENTALS 705-652-0215 www.createshade.com ELIM LODGE CHRISTIAN RESORT & CONFERENCE CENTRE 800-420-6287 www.elimlodge.com SWANKY EVENTS Sue 705-657-1916 www.swankyevents.ca Ad on Pg. 34 WESTWIND INN ON THE LAKE 705-657-8095/1-800-387-8100 www.westwindinn.net Ad on Pg. 26
KAWARTHA COUNTRY WINES 705-657-9916 www.kawarthawinery.com Ad on Pg. 33
We build quality homes architecturally designed to blend with the natural landscape. We are proud of our craftsmanship and attention to detail.
â€œA Place You Can Call Homeâ€? Visit our office at 134 Melody Bay Road, Buckhorn Web site: www.graniteridgeestates.com Email firstname.lastname@example.org Ph: (705) 657-9313 Call us for competitive pricing on: Landscaping, Retaining Walls, Shorelines, Lot Clearing, Excavating, Backfilling, Road Building, Screened Topsoil, Sand, Gravel, stone, Licensed Sewage System Installations, Licensed Septic & Holding tank pumping and so much more! Visit our office at 134 Melody Bay Road, Buckhorn www.buckhornsandgravel.com Email: email@example.com Ph: (705) 657-9311
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Celebrating Over 65 Years of Service
• 16 Waterfront Cottages on Upper Buckhorn Lake. Over 150 Permanent Seasonal Trailers, New Oversized Sites. • Award-Winning 18 Hole, Par 72 Golf Course. Spring and Fall Packages Available. • Beautiful Extensive Pool Facility, Large Playground, Basketball and Tennis Courts. • Casual Dining with Chef Prepared seasonal ingredients, Prime Rib Saturdays,
and Signature Cocktails or Locally Crafted Beers served overlooking the water and 18th Green. • Owned and Operated by the Hall Family for 3 generations.
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52 Fire Route #39, Buckhorn, ON K0L 1J0 • B (705) 657-8788 F (705) 657-9879
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