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Campbellford — Warkworth — Hastings

the perfect destination 2012 Traveller’s Guide


Hastings Revitalization Association and Waterfront Festival Committee Invite You To


Ron and I finally got around to making our bucket list last year. We never got past the top item. It was so much fun that we put it at the top of the list again for 2012, only this time it reads: “Explore ‘The Perfect Destination’ TWO years in a row.” That’s how much we loved Trent Hills!

Community Yard Sale & BBQ May 19

Fishing Season Opens May 18

We’ll Gladly Do All of the Work So You Can Have All of the Fun

Heritage Demonstrations August 18

Scenic drives

It isn’t far away: Set in Northumberland County, Trent Hills is just 90 minutes from Toronto and three hours from Ottawa. It’s an agricultural area steeped in heritage with three distinctive urban centres. In the middle is the town of Campbellford on the Trent River. It has outlet shopping and attractions such as Westben Arts Festival Theatre.

2012 Canada Day Celebrations July 1


West of Campbellford are the villages of Hastings – one of the Top Five fishing destinations in Canada – at the mouth of Rice Lake, and Warkworth, an artisan community whose Main Street is lined with galleries and boutique shops.

Waterfront Festival August 17, 18, 19

Classic Car Show August 19

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I kept a record of everything we did for family and friends who haven’t made bucket lists yet. They’ll probably end up doing what we did. There are lots of reasons to go back to Trent Hills more than once: the foods produced locally, the creative talent of artists and artisans alike on display at a variety of venues, and the many choices available to active people who enjoy golfing, hiking, cycling, swimming, fishing, or camping. Add in the shopping and you have The Perfect Destination. Accommodations of all kinds – B-and-B’s, inns, cottages and trailer resorts – are listed on pages 23 and 24. There are several eating establishments whose fare ranges from traditional home-cooked Waterfront accomm odations meals to gourmet dining experiences. They’re on pages 24 and 25. And throughout the year there are festivals and events. Check them out on pages 19 -22. Experience Trent Hills : The Perfect Destination 888-653-1556 1

CONTENTS Introduction.............................. 1 The Flavours............................. 3 Shopping.................................. 6 The Arts.................................... 9 Golf........................................... 12

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The Great Outdoors................... 14 Boating and Fishing.................. 16 Driving Tours............................. 18 Festivals and Events.................. 19 Business Listings...................... 23 Trent Hills Map......................... 30 Community Maps...................... 32

The many flavours of Trent Hills kept us coming back for more.

Popping into World’s Finest Chocolate has now become a habit. The specials on bulk chocolate are unbeatable so we indulged our sweet tooth. The Mint Meltaways are my favourite, the grandkids can’t get enough of the chocolate-covered almonds, and I’m always picking up a few gift baskets whenever I go there to have on hand for special occasions.

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Another regular stop in the Campbellford area is Empire Cheese and Butter Co-op owned by local farmers. The naturally aged handmade cheese regularly wins awards. Locally grown food is another reason to visit Trent Hills. The Campbellford Farmers’ Market features local meats and produce, from garlic to strawberries to sweet corn – a full season of flavours. Glover’s Farm Market just outside Locally grown Warkworth sells its own Angus beef, and the best meat pies you’ll ever taste. Just down the road is Laver’s, the place to go for farm fresh eggs and veggies.

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Trent Hills is rich in agricultural heritage. Alice and George Potter have been producing maple syrup at their Sandy Flat Sugar Bush west of Warkworth for decades. Curle’s Maple Products, north of Campbellford, is planning special celebrations for 2012 in honour of the 150th anniversary of the Curle Settlement in what was formerly known as Seymour Township.


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an array of handmade mustards with flavours such as Chipotle Lime and Canadian Maple.

bakeries Tasty treats at the Dooher`s Bakery is a go-to location. The cream-filled doughnuts are my personal favorite, followed closely by the Chelsea buns all sticky and gooey. Ron especially likes that there are no preservatives and a good selection of fresh baked breads, bagels, and muffins (more than 20 flavours!) The pies and tarts made with freshly-picked strawberries are amazing.

Trent Hills has plenty of eateries to choose from, whether it’s for a hearty breakfast, a tasty lunch, or a delicious dinner. Check out the restaurant listings starting on page 24. My personal tip: Try the pan-fried pickerel at Banjo`s Grill in Hastings. The view from the patio overlooking the Trent River is quite enjoyable, as are the old-fashioned ice-cream sundaes! We downloaded the Trent Hills Flavour Break Driving Tour from so we wouldn’t miss any of the flavours of Trent Hills.

At The Butter Tart Factory in Campbellford we discovered chocolate and peanut butter tarts, melt-in-yourmouth pastry, mmm ... sinfully delicious! Warkworth is home to the Cara Mia Bakery, which has both sweet and savoury treats, as well as delicious homemade soups and frozen meals. Just around the corner on Main Street Mrs. McGarrigle`s Fine Foods Inc. has

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FRESH BAKED GOODNESS IN THE TRENT HILLS SINCE 1955 Be sure to drop by. We bake fresh for you each day using quality ingredients Pies • Tarts • Muffins • Loaves • Bagels Breads & Rolls • Donuts • Cookies Homemade Meat Pies & More

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Across the bridge in Hastings, we visited Lock 18 Gift Shop and Art Boutique and learned about many talented Trent Hills artists whose works show a remarkable diversity. In Season located in Campbellford`s downtown is one of my favourite shopping destinations. As a gourmet chef – even Ron will tell you that! – I love the fine selection of kitchenware and culinary gadgets, home décor and garden accessories that In Season markets.

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A weekend stay was required to experience the shopping in Trent Hills. We began on Main Street in Warkworth where we discovered LUX Boutique offering the best of both worlds – home décor and fashion – in one convenient location. LUX Boutique presents a grand mix of new up-market women’s wear and accessories, plus better quality on-consignment home décor and furnishings. Just across the street, in the beautifully restored Potter Block, is TRENTmendous, a ladies apparel and accessory boutique. The beautiful handmade mohair sweaters were exquisite, an excellent gift choice for our daughters. Right next door in the Potter Block is Bittersweet Flowers offering fresh flowers, carefully crafted arrangements and lush green plants.

Located directly on the Trent with a beautiful view, it also offers a hotel suite complete with kitchen. We plan to book a longer stay next time so I can try my hand preparing the farm fresh produce and meats. When not busy cooking I’ll be across the street at Beauty Watch enjoying a Sea Essential spa day while Ron enjoys a Gentleman`s Shave with a Hot Stone Massage. One of the keys to shopping in Trent Hills is to not make any assumptions about the shops and boutiques. You must go in to discover their treasures. At Caroline’s Organic and Floral Design we found a beautiful selection of jewelry and fashion accessories. Earth Angel Designs’ flair for the unusual paired home décor with plants and floral arrangements.

Campbellford`s ZAZU Boutique was also a hit with the fashionistas in our family, featuring a glorious collection of high style and high quality fashions and accessories for women who desire elegance, uniqueness and fun. Turning our attention to home décor we headed to The Water Lily in Hastings. A true general store, there were linens, jewelry, souvenirs, and a cup of freshly-ground coffee that was absolutely delicious.

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The Arts

At first glance, Kerr’s Corner Books and Frogs Whiskers Ink in Campbellford looks like a typical book store. But in addition to stocking shelves bursting with literature, they manufacture original stamp designs. Definitely a haven for scrapbookers! Across the street, Gunn-Johnston Cards and Gifts provides yet another reason why we love shopping in small towns and villages: We’re treated like old friends and the shopkeepers and staff always go above and beyond to serve their customers. Several shops in Trent Hills offer well-preserved pieces from days long gone. The Collection Co. in Campbellford has a fine selection of antiques and collectibles reasonably priced, with several display rooms to explore.

Our first introduction to Trent Hills was a visit to friends who had just purchased a beautiful waterfront property just outside Hastings. They invited us to join them at Westben Arts Festival Theatre in Campbellford.

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Stone House Antiques and Gifts on the outskirts of Warkworth is located in a century home featuring a collection of Canadian and Scandinavian antiques and mid-century modern.

Imagine our surprise at being thoroughly entertained by world-class music in a 400-seat timber frame barn, in the midst of a sunny meadow setting. Many renowned Canadian and international artists, from full symphony orchestras and choruses to chamber musicians and soloists, have performed on its stage. We were instantly caught up in the magic of the “Concerts at the Barn” and plan several return visits throughout the summer.

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Should our friends grow tired of us – or just Ron – there are attractive online packages. The Windswept Group has five properties to choose from, that offer a hearty breakfast to start the day. There is also a gift shop at the Emilyville Inn property. During our stay we learned about the Aron Theatre Co-operative in Campbellford. Community volunteers have joined together to save the small town movie theatre. The Aron hosts current movies, live musical performances and special film series that showcases top selections from the Toronto International Film Festival.

Steptoe’s Antiques is a new addition to Warkworth’s Main Street, offering interesting furniture pieces that are both decorative and functional.

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Paradise in Trent Hills

Whether travelling for pleasure or business, The Windswept Group’s fine Inns and B&B’s offer sumptuous year-round accommodations. Choose from the Emilyville Inn in Campbellford, close to downtown and overlooking the Trent. Hastings House Bed and Breakfast located 3 blocks from downtown Hastings. This former blacksmith shop has been restored to a cozy home, with the ambience of a quiet retreat in the country. Windswept on the Trent, offers a perfect view of the river from our spacious veranda. We also have available for weekly rentals, two other locations that offer the ultimate in privacy. Our sumptuous accommodations feature ensuite baths, sauna, steam showers and hot tubs as well as wireless for those who want to stay connected. Our locations are close to docking facilities, or can provide accommodations.

Windswept catering and rentals can handle your wedding or wedding party at any of our locations. We specialize in intimate weddings from 40 to 150. Call or email us for more information on our wedding offerings. At Windswept, we understand just how important this day is to you and we focus our efforts...just for you. Our chef creates menus built on a solid base of classical tradition. Using only the freshest and finest local, seasonal ingredients to enhance your culinary experience. Ask about our tasty picnic baskets for your Westben Theatre outing, cycling, hiking or winter adventure.

Local community clubs sponsor outdoor musical performances in the summer months. Tuesday Tunes take place beside Mill Pond in Warkworth, and Melodies at the Mill fill the air every Wednesday alongside the Trent River in Campbellford. Warkworth has been designated an arts community. At Eclectic Mix on Main Street you will find media of all kinds, including jewelry, watercolours, oils, photography, and woodcarving, created by talented local artists. At Frantic Farms Clay and Glass and Gallery Monica can be found spinning her potter’s wheel producing porcelain pottery that is fun and functional. Paulus, on the other hand, produces glass-blown pieces that are alive with radioactive colour and always with a funky twist. Cheeky Bee Candle Company and Gallery has turned candle-making into an art form. Each beeswax candle is made by hand and every one of them is a masterpiece, with no two alike. The Gallery also features hand-carved chairs, handcrafted jewelry, exquisite heirloom dolls and original artwork. Warkworth’s commitment to the arts is also evident in the Warkworth Art in the Park that takes place in May, and the Warkworth Gallery Hop held in November.

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Salt Creek Golf Links

...offers a scenic 18-hole, par 65 course with beautiful, natural topography and a relaxed atmosphere. There is no pressure to play through quickly and families are welcome. Each hole tests the players in a different way and gives them a chance to use all of their clubs. Natural woods and water make playing the eight par 3’s, nine par 4’s and one par 5 an enjoyable way to spend a few hours. A fully licensed, recently renovated clubhouse and patio, rental clubs and practice green round out the offering here. 1-866-924-1521 or

Warkworth Golf Club

...was created by the Hutchinson family in 1967 on 165 acres of rural landscape. This scenic, well manicured 18-hole course has many mature trees, sand traps, water hazards and large, sculptured greens. The course measures 6,176 yards and is a par 72 from the blue tees. The view from the 14th hole is magnificent and many a golfer takes a moment to pause and enjoy the scenic vistas. The clubhouse has a fully-stocked pro shop, dining room, covered patio and bar. 705-924-2569, 1-877-881-0667 or

Pine Ridge Golf & Country Club

...has been operating since 1972. It features a 6,000-yard course nestled in a picturesque valley. It’s a mature 18 hole, par 71 course capable of testing the game’s best players. The rolling and contoured fairways provide a wide range of playing challenges, including a variety of lies with Salt Creek coming into play on 10 of the 18 holes. A full pro shop, licensed dining facilities and patio complete the Pine Ridge experience. 705-924-2687, 1-800-465-3040 or 12

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The Gallery Bed and Breakfast

I booked a golf weekend at The Gallery B & B. Upon arrival I knew it was going to be fantastic, set right on the golf course with two other courses only minutes away! Our hosts, Janie and Peter, were very helpful, they even booked our tee times. And the next morning we had a very tasty breakfast. 705-924-1853 1-800-311-2600 |

Golf Getaways

With three golf courses only minutes apart just outside of Warkworth, Trent Hills is the perfect destination for a Golf Getaway. Hosts at the bed-and-breakfasts look after everything and are more than happy to arrange your package to meet your needs. A tasty dining experience at the golf course is available with your choice of steak or chicken and your day starts with a delicious breakfast featuring local fare.

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We made a point of going to Ferris Provincial Park to view the Ranney Gorge Suspension Bridge. The 91-metre span stretches across the Trent River about nine metres above the water. The 31,750-kilogram steel bridge was a Rotary community project, built with the assistance of the military who took on the project as a training exercise. We also toured the campsites at Ferris Provincial Park, scouting locations where the grandkids might like to spend some time camping during the summer holidays. (Campbellford Home Hardware at the south edge of town is a great place to stop for camping gear.)

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The Great Outdoors

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We loaded up the bikes and headed off to The Water’s Edge Inn in Campbellford for a midweek retreat. It was just what we needed. Life can get so busy at times. Our room was everything we hoped – peaceful, luxurious, and with a terrific view of the Trent River. For our first day of exploring the countryside we went cycling on the Trans Canada Trail, a former rail bed, from Campbellford to Hastings. The trail winds around marshland where we observed a majestic blue heron taking off in flight, a beaver swimming in the pond, and a white-tailed deer feeding. We stopped several times to snap a few pictures and take in the surroundings.

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The next day we took our cycling to the next level, following the 63-kilometre Trent River Truckin’ route, which includes a portion of the Lilac Driving Tour Route. We visited locks along the Trent-Severn Waterway and spent a couple of hours at Crowe Bridge Park where we had a refreshing swim before enjoying a picnic lunch. Our final day we took it a little easier, going hiking on the three-kilometre trails at Campbellford-Seymour Conservation Area and Millennium Trail in Warkworth. The Millennium Trail is also the site of the Warkworth Lilac Festival, boasting a spectacular display of lilacs of all kinds in the spring. 14

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Boating & Fishing

The first stop we made in Trent Hills was at the Visitor Centre to pick up maps, brochures, and directions. It’s located in picturesque Old Mill Park, home of the giant $2 coin, on the Trent-Severn Waterway. Staff also manage Old Mill Park’s docking spaces.

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The World Fishing Network named Hastings as one of the Top 5 Fishing Destinations in Canada, as a result of online voting. It said the village was a great place for kids to learn to fish. We found that out ourselves when we took the grandkids to Hastings and caught a few large-mouth bass with the help of some friendly folk who shared their fishing tips. It was a great day of fun with the kids.


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While we were admiring the boats docked at Hastings Village Marina one of the boaters mentioned Hastings Village Video was a good place to buy used books. He was right. We bought several as well as rented movies to take with us to friends’ cottage in the area.

The couple were staying in town for a couple of days and had made plans to use the Northumberland Transportation shuttle to visit the shops in Warkworth.

The Hastings Waterfront Festival takes place at the marina each year. This year it has been extended to three days. Local artists and artisans display their work and there’s live music, along with an antique vehicle show and shine, heritage displays and activities for the kids. The stars of the show are the antique boats and the proud owners sharing their stories. Next time we will stop at the Hastings Village Market for fresh produce, open Saturdays 8 am to 1 pm, from May right thru to October. Members of the Hastings Historical Society really enjoy talking about the history of Hastings. We plan to return to Hastings again this year during Founders Week.

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We spent an enjoyable afternoon visiting with a couple of American visitors who had travelled all the way from Florida by boat, following “The Great Loop” which includes the Trent-Severn Waterway. Campbellford, they told us, is a wonderful place to spend time in for a few days, because everything is in walking distance. Having a Canadian Tire just down the road is especially handy, if there are minor repairs to be done on the boat, or supplies that need replenishing.

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We ended our visit with a trip to B & C Variety across the street for ice cream cones (we had the dogs with us, they had doggy-size ice cream cones for them, too!)

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Driving and Walking Tours More Reasons to Visit Trent Hills

• Book a tour at Century Game Farm to view the bison and elk in a natural setting from the top of Trent Hills. • Book a guided walking group tour at Schoolhouse Gardens to view a four-acre display garden featuring a Canadian Peony Society Member’s collection of almost 200 peonies. • Learn about the local history and visit the heritage centres located in Campbellford, Hastings and Warkworth. • Take a self-guided heritage walking tour of Warkworth and Hastings. • Take a self-guided driving tour of Campbellford’s historical landmarks. • Visit Harold Carlaw’s Memorial Military Museum featuring a personal collection of navy, army and aviation memorabilia. • Tour by land the Trent-Severn Waterway lock stations featuring interpretative signage giving details about this national historic site. Come for a Visit. Stay for the Lifestyle.

Well, that was our number one thing-to-do on our bucket list last year. And again in 2012. Maybe we’ll see you around should you decide to add exploring Trent Hills to YOUR bucket list. Trent Hills: ‘The Perfect Destination!’ Follow Trent Hills on Twitter and Facebook.


Festivals & Events

For a complete listing of events, go to 26th Annual Warkworth Maple Syrup Festival - Saturday, March 10 and Sunday, March 11 Mark the coming of spring with a fun filled family weekend in the Village of Warkworth and Sandy Flat Sugar Bush. Art, antiques, handcraft shows, petting zoo, white elephant sale and street entertainment. Catch a free shuttle bus from the village to the sugar bush for more entertainment, sleigh rides, and fresh maple syrup. 705-924-2057 or 1-888-653-1556 or Warkworth Community Service Club Children’s Fishing Derby - Saturday, April 28 – Sunday, April 29 Children 14 years of age and under to spend a day fishing for Rainbow Trout at Ryken’s Pond. The fee per child is $5. All children must be accompanied by an adult. 705-924-1877 or 1-888-653-1556. 721 Morganston Rd., Warkworth Church-Key Brewing Spring Revival - Saturday, May 5 The Annual Spring Revival features a variety of musicians and locally produced food items and of course Church-Key’s award winning ales. A great time to get outside and celebrate the hallmark of spring! 1-888-653-1556 or 705-653-9950 1678 County Rd. 38, Campbellford. Friends of Ferris Trillium Walk - Sunday, May 6 See Ontario’s flower at its very best! Hundreds of trilliums throughout the park can be seen on this guided walk sponsored and organized by the Friends of Ferris. 1:00-3:00pm Ferris Provincial Park, 474 County Rd. 8, Campbellford. 705-632-0894 or 1-888-653-1556. Hastings Bridge Midnight Madness - Friday, May 18, at Midnight Come for the opening of Fishing Season off the Hastings Bridge at Lock 18. Various prizes available. 705-696-3351 or 1-888-653-1556 Warkworth Art in the Park - Saturday, May 19 and Sunday, May 20 A festival of artists and artisans in Mill Creek Park. This free 2 day outdoor art exhibition and sale will feature the works of established artists and innovative talent spanning the culinary, literary, musical and visual arts. Mill Creek Park, Warkworth. 705-924-3980 Warkworth Lilac Festival - May 25 - June 3 The 2nd Annual Warkworth Lilac Festival will focus on the French Hybrid Lilacs. All things “en Francais”: Wine, Food, Fashion, Garden Design, Photography, Culture. Offering guided lilac tour, gardening tips, and more. Showcasing over 65 unique varieties of lilacs. Stroll among more than 300 planted lilacs in a picturesque setting along Mill Creek on the Millennium Trail in Downtown Warkworth. 705-924-3314 Friends of Ferris Kite Day - Sunday, May 27 The Friends of Ferris host a kite making workshop (materials provided). Come make a kite or bring one of your own to fly. Contests & prizes! 10am - 3pm. 474 County Rd. 8, Campbellford 705-653-0164 1-888-653-1556 Seymour Family Fishing Day - Saturday, June 2 Join us at the Seymour Conservation Area for rainbow trout fishing in the quarry. There is no charge, however, donations are accepted in support of habitat restoration at the Conservation Area. 5754 County Road 30 S., Campbellford 613-394-4829 or 1-888-653-1556

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Donnybrook Auction Sale - Saturday, June 16 See it to believe it – ten auctioneers selling antiques, collectibles, furniture, household goods, appliances and hardware from 6pm. Percy Arena and Community Centre, Warkworth. 705-924-1877 or 1-888-653-1556.

Campbellford/Seymour Fair - Friday, August 10 to Sunday, August 12 Classic Country Fair featuring a vintage tractor pull, the Red Barn Children’s Centre, Old MacDonald’s Farm, Agricultural exhibits and demonstrations. Midway and demolition derby. Campbellford Fairgrounds, 313 Front Street N., Campbellford. 705-653-5338 or 1-888-653-1556

Westben Concerts at the Barn – June 29 - July 1 at 2 pm Opera The Auction – A Canadian Folk Opera by John Burge and Eugene Benson. Fully staged with chamber orchestra. 705-653-5508 or 1-877-883-5777

Hastings Founders Week – August 10-19 Celebrate the founding of the Village of Hastings with heritage displays, Pig Roast, Fibre Festival and much more. Downtown Hastings. 705-696-1382

Canada Day Celebrations in Trent Hills - Sunday, July 1 Campbellford – Pancake breakfast, teddy bear parade, live entertainment including a Johnny Cash artist’s tribute to The Man in Black, games and activities for the kids. Hastings – Parade, kid’s entertainment, music, food, vendors and a spectacular fireworks display over the Trent Severn Waterway at dusk. Warkworth – Music, games, food, fire safety displays, entertainment for young and old –a fun day in the park for everyone! 705-653-1551 or 1-888-653-1556

Hastings Waterfront Festival – Friday, August 17 - Sunday, August 19 Antique boat flotilla, music, waterfront picnic. South side of the Trent River by the Hastings Marina, 51 Water Street, Hastings. Children’s area on Saturday and new antique vehicle show and shine on Sunday. For more information, call 705-696-3226 or 1-888-653-1556 or

Harold Carlaw’s Military Museum Open House – Saturday, July 7 Personal collection features navy, army and aviation, including numerous static aircraft. Open Monday through Saturday, 10:00am– 5:00pm. By appointments on Sunday. 226 Albert Lane, Campbellford. 705-653-4848 or 705-653-4525. Chrome on the Canal - Saturday, July 7 Hundreds of motorcycle and classic car enthusiasts gather along the banks of the Trent Severn to view a variety of personal collections. Grand Rd., Campbellford. Open to all bikes and cars. 705-653-4523 or 1-888-653-1556. 14th Annual Warkworth Western Weekend – Saturday, July 7 and Sunday, July 8 The Dodge Rodeo tour arrives each summer with live events including bareback and bull riding, children’s mutton bustin’ team, roping, barrel racing – a fun-filled family weekend! Percy Fairgrounds, Warkworth. 1-888-653-1556 Westben Concerts at The Barn - July 7 thru Aug. 4 705-653-5508 or 1-877-883-5777 July 7 at 2pm: Canadian Guitar Quartet. July 8 at 2pm: Quartetto Gelato. July 14 at 2pm: Oliver Jones Jazz Trio. July 15 at 2pm: Nathaniel Dett Chorale. Music of the Night Tuesday Evenings: July 10 at 7pm: Georgy Tchaidze, solo piano; July 17 at 7pm: Winds of Westben, piano & winds; July 24 at 7pm: Joel Quarrington, double bass. Barnful of Broadway – Julie & Friends on Broadway! –shows made famous by Julie Andrews July 19, 20, 26, 27, 28, 29 at 2pm. July 21 at 2 pm: Mozart in Vienna – Shows of Schikaneder. July 22 at 2pm: Gerald Findley - Sunday Afternoon at the Opera. Aug 3 at 7pm: Robert Michaels, Flamenco guitar. Aug 4 at 2pm: Cadence, vocal ensemble. 17th Annual Campbellford Waterfront Festival & Cardboard Boat Races – Saturday, August 4 Tube races, belly flop contest, ice-cream eating contest, beach volleyball and the cardboard boat races. Beer tent and food vendors. Spectacular fireworks display over the water at dusk. 705-653-4335 or 1-888-653-1556. Westben Concerts at The Barn 705-653-5508 or 1-877-883-5777 Friday, August 3 at 7:30pm: Out of This World! - Tango Boreal, Bandoneonist Denis Plante, guitarist David Jacques & bassist Ian Simpson; Saturday, August 4 at 2pm: Dave Young Jazz Quartet. Sunday, August 5 at 2pm: Finale Fundraiser Concert “The Big Band Theory!” – Donna Bennett with the Brian Barlow Big Band.


Warkworth Long Lunch – Sunday, August 19 Main Street in Warkworth is closed off and set up with the longest table you’ll ever see. Enjoy a delicious lunch featuring BBQ beef/pork, baked beans, salads, fresh corn on the cob and Warkworth’s famous pies. Adults $20 each or purchase an early-bird ticket before Aug. 1 for $15. Children - $6. 705-924-9200 or 1-888-653-1556. Warkworth Fall Fair – Friday, September 7 to Sunday, September 9 Featuring the 4-H and beef shows, elimination car draw, truck show and shine, classic car show, amateur platform show, home-craft exhibits, demolition derby and truck and tractor pull. Percy Fairgrounds, Warkworth 705-924-9347 or 1-888-653-1556. Trent Hills Flavour Break – October 1 to October 20 Take in the beautiful fall colours on a self-guided driving tour featuring the unique flavours of Trent Hills. 705-653-1551 or 1-888-653-1556. Warkworth Gallery Hop – Saturday, October 13 and Sunday, October 14 The crisp autumn air and fall colours adorning the surrounding hills beckon you to come out from the summer heat and see what’s happening in Warkworth. Featured artists have been busy making or painting new work for the holiday season. From Wildlife to a Wild Life and from Characters to Creatures, more than 13 artists will be hopping for you! 705-924-9173 or 1-888-653-1556. 30th Annual Perfect Pie Contest – Saturday, November 3 Bring your pies to be judged. Thirteen different categories and a Perfect Pie award! Afternoon entertainment, auction of the winning pies and the mandatory sampling. Warkworth Town Hall Centre for the Arts, 40 Main St. Warkworth 705-924-2066 or 1-888-653-1556. Santa Visits Trent Hills Campbellford Parade, Sat., November 24, at 3:00pm Warkworth Parade, Fri., December 7, at 7pm Hastings ChristmasFest, Sun., December 2 at 12noon Call 1-888-653-1556 or 705-653-1551 to confirm locations and times. Polar Bear Winter Festival – Saturday, Jan. 26, 2013 Brave enough to test the icy waters of the Trent River? Take the plunge! After, head over to St. John’s United Church for the Chocolate and Cheese Contest with Auction to enjoy a hearty lunch. End the day at the Winter Crunch Off demolition derby. 705-653-1551 or 1-888-653-1556 Go to for a complete listing of community events.

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Business Listings Where to Stay

The Gallery Bed & Breakfast 1-800-311-2600, 705-924-1853 See page 13 14269 County Road 29, RR 4, Warkworth A completely restored 1881 home surrounded by golf.

INNS/SUITES/APARTMENTS Campbellford River Inn 1-800-984-6665, 705-653-1771 352 Front St. N., Campbellford Located on the Trent, 20 newly renovated A/C rooms, swimming pool and docking facilities.

The Windswept Group 705-632-1405 See page 10 A luxurious B&B offering of the Emilyville Inn, Campbellford, Windswept on the Trent, Hastings House B&B and two other great locations. Our accommodations feature ensuite baths, sauna, steam showers, hot tubs and wired/wireless internet. Close to docking facilities.

In Season Hotel Suite 705-632-0732 See page 7 44 Front St. N., Campbellford New in 2011 Luxury accommodations with a full kitchen and rooftop deck overlooking the Trent River, in the heart of beautiful downtown Campbellford.

Thornton Inn 705-924-3980 44 Main Street, Warkworth A luxury Bed and Breakfast where we take the “Breakfast” part very seriously. Complete your getaway with our full gourmet breakfast, capturing the taste of the season, served either ‘au chambre’ or in the dining room of this century-old home.

Lockside Guest Suite 705-696-3444 8 Bridge St. W., Hastings 1 bedroom apartment suite at Lock 18 on the Trent. Daily/Weekly. Open year round. The Door’s Guest House 705-696-1382 29 Front St. E., Box 517, Hastings A Wheelchair Accessible Heritage home where you can walk to the Marina, fishing and shops. The open plan ground floor apartment is self- catering, pet & child friendly with a garden & BBQ. Sleeps a family. Plug in for small boat trailers. Wireless Internet. Book online. The Water’s Edge Inn 1-877-838-3343, 705-653-4470 149 Queen St. Campbellford A “new level of luxury” on the Trent Waterway, only 5-minute walk to downtown. See page 15 BED & BREAKFASTS King & Knight Bed & Breakfast 1-800-434-0378,705-632-1441 188 Queen St., Campbellford “The B&B where celebrities stay”. Luxurious rooms with exquisite ensuites in town, overlooking the Trent Severn Waterway. Gourmet breakfasts. Featured in “Toronto Life Getaways & Day Trips”.

Wilderness Retreat Bed and Breakfast 705-653-1149 1505 12th Line W. (Friendly Acres Rd.), Campbellford Solar power, off grid, fully accessible bed and breakfast with 86 acres of trails to explore. COTTAGE, RESORTS AND CAMPING Cole’s Point Resort 705-653-1227 332 Cole’s Point Road, Campbellford Fully-equipped rustic cottages, seasonal trailer park, boat and motor rentals, swimming, recreation centre, and convenience store. Friendly Acres Park 1-800-265-8841, 705-696-2670 278 Friendly Acres Rd., Hastings. Family park on the Trent River. Seasonal and overnight sites, cottage rentals, recreation hall, playground, pool, beach, great fishing and boating on the southern shores of the Trent Severn. Hickory Grove Cottages 1-888-297-3023, 705-653-2095 6510 Cty Rd. 50, Campbellford Fully equipped housekeeping cottages, cable TV, DVD, BBQ’s, beach, swimming pool, boats, and playground.

Lady Jayne’s Bed & Breakfast 1-877-897-9964 38 Centre St., Campbellford A short stroll to Downtown Shopping & Restaurants. A/C rooms, ensuites with Double bed or Twin beds, Queen bedroom with private bath. Your choice of 5 hot breakfasts (vegetarian options). Enjoy great hospitality and a restful stay.

Island RV Park Resort 613-395-2522 9 Island Park Rd., Stirling 100 acres of wooded land for you to enjoy on the picturesque Trent River in this seasonal RV resort.

Linda’s Bed & Breakfast 1-800-905-3536 or 705-653-3536 152 Cockburn St., Campbellford Fully air conditioned, digital TV, Wireless Internet and a full breakfast served. Warm hospitality awaits!

Lured Away Cottages 1-877-283-6015, 705-696-2132 118 Front St. W., Hastings Housekeeping cottages. Come visit us to fish, golf and relax in the sun. Boat and motor rentals available.

Old Country Roses Bed & Breakfast 705-653-0281, 905-396-0040 4903 County Rd. 30, Campbellford Century farmhouse offers adult retreat, gift baskets/packages to suit your needs. Your home away from home.


Jake’s Cottages 705-653-1447 135A Blue Roof Rd., Campbellford Cottages, trailers, fishing licenses, tackle, bait, boat, motor and pontoon rentals, boat launch and storage.

Sandy Bay Cottages 1-800-716-5278, 705-696-2951 92 Sandy Bay Road, RR 1 Hastings Family oriented, clean 2-4 bedroom cottages on Rice Lake. Boat/motor rentals. Great fishing and family fun. Terrace Lawn Cottages & Marina 1-866-224-6179, 705-778-3649 206 Dunford’s Lane, Trent River Come play with us at our beautiful resort with 18 miles of lock free fishing & boating, play grounds, sandy beach, docking, chip truck, gas dock, store, boat rentals & launch. Experience Trent Hills : The Perfect Destination 888-653-1556 23

Ward’s Family Cottages 705-778-2224 8716 County Rd. 30, Trent River Family gatherings welcome. 2-3 bedroom housekeeping cottages. Located on the Trent River. Superior fishing, satellite TV and propane BBQ included.

Subway 705-653-0385 25 Doxsee Ave. S., Campbellford Great selection of subs, soups, salads and wraps. Sit in and enjoy your meal or take it with you. Open 7 days a week.

Where to Eat

The Supreme Bean 705-924-1212 16 Main St., Warkworth Freshly roasted coffee, espresso and dessert bar. Dufflet pastries and “fair trade” gifts.

Banjo’s Grill 705-696-9898 See page 5 3 Bridge St. S., Hastings Open seven days a week, Banjo’s is a fun home cookin’ restaurant. Serving daily soup creations, lunch and supper specials plus homemade desserts! Be My Guest 705-653-4555 16 Doxsee Ave. N., Campbellford Great food and a warm welcome, we invite you to Be My Guest. Caper’s Casual Dining 705-653-5262 28 Bridge St. W., Campbellford Relaxed intimate dining, superior food, service and ambience. Variety of cuisine styles. The menu is imaginative, risky and mouthwatering. Captain’s Table Fish and Chips 705-696-3993 8 Bridge St., Hastings Well known for their delicious halibut and chips! LLBO licensed. Celebrating 22 years in business. Cheung’s Family Restaurant 705-653-2738 52 Front St. N., Campbellford Full menu of Chinese and Canadian entrees. Take out or eat in. Chubby’s Family Restaurant 705-653-2908 2830 County Rd. 8, (Hoards Station) Campbellford Open evenings Friday thru Sunday. Specializing in delicious country-style smorgasbord. Country Kitchen 705-653-1056 45 Bridge St. E., Campbellford Breakfast and lunch specials. Home baked desserts. Dixie Lee Chicken and Seafood 705-653-4900 11 Doxsee Ave. S., Campbellford Full menu of chicken and seafood. Dairy bar in the summer months. Jeannine’s Back Talk Café 705-924-2166 9 Main Street, Warkworth Friendly atmosphere with home cooked meals. La Gondola Italian Restaurant 705-696-3600 www. 13 Bridge St. N., Hastings Live music, great food, great atmosphere and open late. Master Submarine 705-653-5975 47 Bridge St. E., Campbellford Freshly sliced meats and vegetables. Fresh made subs, wraps and salads. “Fresh is better”.

Trent Hills Restaurant 705-632-1421 513 Grand Rd, Campbellford Featuring a great burger and a full menu for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Eat in or take out. Fresh Food & Specialty Markets Bison & Elk Farm: See “What To Do” B & C Variety 705-653-0546 15 Bridge St. W., Campbellford Convenience with personality. Specializing in ice cream, fresh made submarines and Cuban cigars. We also carry over 30 Keurig coffee flavours Campbellford Farmers’ Market 613-475-9435 66 Front St. S., Campbellford (across from the LCBO in the Municipal Lot) A genuine producers’ market! Meats, vegetables, fruits, flowers, crafts, preserves and homebaking, all locally raised, grown or created. May - Nov., Wed. & Sat. 8am-12pm Cara Mia Bakery 705-924-2551 2B Mill St., Warkworth “For the Love of Food and Family”. Fabulous treats, pies, tortes, breads and prepared foods. Curle’s Maple Syrup since 1862 705-653-2519 726 8th Line W., Campbellford Celebrating our 150th Anniversary! Maple syrup, butter, and sugar year round in sugar shack. Visit our website for draws, promos, events and history. Dooher’s Bakery 705-653-1460 See page 4 61 Bridge St. E., Campbellford Enjoy preservative-free artisan breads and fresh baking daily. Empire Cheese & Butter Co-op 1-800-461-6480, 705-653-3187 1120 County Rd. 8., Campbellford Factory Outlet Store with a great selection of cheddar, specialty cheeses, fresh curd and local products. Glover’s Farm Market 705-924-3640 14260 Cty. Rd. 29, Warkworth Fresh local products, homemade pies, meat pies, sticky buns, frozen entrees, locally produced meats and handcrafts. Take the time to explore this unique country store; you’ll be glad you did! IceCreamVille 705-696-9898 See page 5 5 Water St. W., Hastings Your One Stop Ice Cream Shop…Open 7 days (seasonal), offering 24 flavours of Kawartha Dairy dipped ice cream, soft serve cones, sundaes, shakes and more.

Rubbs BBQ Bistro 705-632-0BBQ (0227) follow us on Twitter and Facebook 18 Bridge St. W., Campbellford Sumptuous Southern Barbeque in the heart of Campbellford. Local meats and produce always our first choice. Fully licensed, off track betting. Dine-In, take-out and catering available. 24

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Laver’s Farm Fresh Eggs & Vegetables 705-924-2623 295 Norham Road, Warkworth Eggs available year round, fresh vegetables in season. Sweet corn beginning in August and potatoes available from July onward. Summer hours (July - Oct.) open 7 days a week; Winter hours (Nov. - June) open Mon. - Sat. Mrs. McGarrigle’s Fine Food Inc. 705 924-9823 11 Main St., Warkworth A culinary destination brimming with gourmet foods, featuring Mrs.McGarrigle’s handmade mustards. Sandy Flat Sugar Bush 705-924-2057 500 Concession 3, Warkworth Award-winning maple syrup farm. Call to book a tour or visit us during the Spring Festival, March 10-11/12. Visitors always welcome. Maple Syrup, granulated maple sugar and maple butter available year round. The Butter Tart Factory 705-653-4673 17 Queen Street, Campbellford Quality Butter Tarts made the old fashioned way, with REAL butter and the most fresh and wholesome ingredients. No additives or preservatives! World’s Finest Chocolate Factory Outlet Store 705-653-3590x248 103 Second St., Campbellford See page 3 Premium Chocolate, Gift Baskets, Personalized Bars, and Bulk Chocolate at affordable prices.

What to Do Aron Theatre Co-operative Inc. 705-653-3390 54 Bridge St. E., Campbellford A small town movie theatre, fresh popcorn, current movies, special film series, musical events. Aron members have a special discount. Century Game Park 705-924-3019 Gummow Rd. and 2nd Concession, Warkworth View bison and elk in a natural setting from the top of the Trent Hills. Government inspected meat products available. By appointment only. Giant $2 Coin 1-888-653-1556 or 705-653-1551 51 Grand Road, Old Mill Park, Campbellford Replica of the coin that was designed by local wildlife artist, Brent Townsend. GOLFING See page 12 Pine Ridge Golf and Country Club 1-800-465-3040 Salt Creek Golf Links 1-866-924-1521 Warkworth Golf and Country Club 1-877-881-0667 Harold Carlaw’s Memorial Military Museum 705-653-4525 226 Albert Lane, Campbellford Personal collection featuring navy, army and aviation. Please call ahead for hours. HERITAGE CENTRES (call for hours of operation) Campbellford-Seymour Heritage Society, 113 Front St. N. 705-653-2634 Hastings Historical Society, 90 Victoria St. 705-696-3351 Warkworth-Percy Historical Society, 35 Church St. 705-924-2502


Schoolhouse Gardens 705-924-3255 RR 1, Warkworth Open once again for guided walking group tours June through August of our 4 - acre display garden. Reservations required. View a Canadian Peony Society member’s large collection of almost 200 peonies. Trent Hills Visitor Centre 1-888-653-1556 or 705-653-1551 51 Grand Rd., Campbellford Take a break from the ordinary and visit the perfect destination – Trent Hills. Westben Arts Festival Theatre 1-877-883-5777 See page 9 6698 County Rd. 30, Campbellford Concerts at the Barn. World class music, wide open country side.

Where to Shop Canadian Tire 705-653-3250 130 Grand Road, Campbellford Your one stop destination for auto parts, service and repair, paint, hardware, housewares, home electronics, backyard and cottage living, garden centre, sports and recreation. Caroline’s Organics & Floral Design 705-632-0007 15 Front St. S., Campbellford Florist and Gifts with local deliveries available. Open Monday thru Saturday 9am - 5pm. Collection Co. 705-653-2979 37 Saskatoon Ave., Campbellford Timeworn pieces of furniture, glassware and more at unbelievable prices. Hours Tuesday-Friday 8am-4pm Saturday 8am-3pm and Sunday 11am-3pm, closed Mondays. Earth Angel Designs 705-632-0909 55 Bridge St. E., Campbellford Full service flower shop, wedding specialist, custom funeral and memorial designs. Come in and meet our cat, Duchess. Eclectic Mix 1-866-221-3753 or 705-924-9200 13 Main St., Warkworth Works of local and regional artists and artisans. Frantic Farms Clay & Glass & Gallery 705-924-9173 2 Mill St., Warkworth Showcasing studio pottery, blown glass, whimsical art, jewelry, and turned wood. Pottery classes also available. Gunn-Johnston Cards & Gifts 705-653-4332 44 Bridge St., Campbellford Enjoying 27 years in the giftware business serving the community. Thanking you for your customer loyalty. Hastings Village Video & Used Books 705-696-2444 16 Bridge St. N., Hastings Over 1,700 DVD titles, new releases every Tuesday. NGC, PS2, PS3, XBOX, XBOX 360, and Wii games for rental. Great selection of quality used books and a nice selection of 100% soy beanpod candles to choose from. Open 7 days a week for your convenience. Home Hardware Campbellford 705-653-3330 545 Grand Road, Campbellford The Home of Old Fashioned Service! Hardware, paint, home accessories, gardening and much more. Experience Trent Hills : The Perfect Destination 888-653-1556 27

In Season 705-632-0732 See page 7 44 Front St. N., Campbellford Gourmet kitchen, garden accessories and home décor.

Municipality of Trent Hills 705-653-1900 66 Front St. S., PO Box 1030, Campbellford Come for a visit - stay for the lifestyle.

Kerr’s Corner Books & Frog’s Whiskers Ink 705-653-4335 or 1-800-246-1142 Books, Toys, Games, Cards & Gifts. Art Rubber Stamps, Cardmaking, & Scrapbooking supplies. For a Book or a Stamp ... Custom orders our Specialty.

Northumberland Transportation Initiative (NTI) 1-866-768-7778 Transportation to/from Hastings, Campbellford and Warkworth; transfers to/from Cobourg. $5 one way within Trent Hills; $10 one way to Cobourg. Call or visit us online for service days and times.

Lock 18 Gift Shop & Art Boutique 705-696-2554 8 Water St., Hastings Unique gifts, women’s accessories, purses, jewelry, candles, baby gifts, balloons & framed art prints. Open 7 days a week. LUX Boutique 705-924-2599 See page 6 28 Main Street, Warkworth Style to die prices you can live with! Steptoe’s Antiques 705-761-2712 20 B Main Street, Warkworth Interesting, decorative and functional pieces of furniture as well as Victorian tiles, metal ware, documents, pottery, glassware and more. Stone House Antiques and Gifts 705-924-3046 14324 Cty. Rd. 29, Warkworth Canadian and Scandinavian antiques, mid-century modern. The Water Lily Home*Body*Gift 705-696-3444 8 Bridge St N., Hastings Jewelry, gifts, clothing, home decor, consignment, antiques, coffee, ice cream and more. Windswept Gift Shop at the Emilyville Inn 705-632-1405 See page 10 60 Grand Road, Campbellford (by chance or appointment) Unique one-of-a-kind gifts, collectables, candles, soaps, handmade gifts by local artisans, for your home or garden. ZAZU Boutique 705-632-1435 50 Front St. N., Campbellford Fashion clothing, shoes, accessories and jewellery. Style, Quality, Bliss.

Services Beauty Watch 705-653-5550 49 Front St. N., Campbellford Offering distinctive skin care, relaxing you and your skin for a wonderful experience and beautiful results. Campbellford Old Mill Docking 1-888-653-1556 or 705-653-1551 See page 17 51 Grand Road, Campbellford, between Locks 12 and 13 on the Trent. 30 and 50 amp service, washroom/shower facilities, picnic area, hi-speed Internet, walking distance to conveniences and attractions. Hastings Village Marina 1-800-268-4561 or 705-696-3226 Lock 18 on the Trent, Hastings Seasonal and transient docking, 30 and 50 amp service, pump out, beach, picnic area, boat launch, hi-speed Internet, washroom/shower facilities.


Realty Executives Alison Ltd., Brokerage 705-653-5000 20 Queen St., Unit #2, Campbellford Looking for your dream home? Let us help with all of your buying & selling needs. Residential, Waterfront, Cottages, Farms and Commercial. Re/Max Eastern Realty Inc. Brokerage 705-653-2080 11 Front St. N., Campbellford Looking for the special home, cottage, multi-family, commercial or other property, contact our experienced sales associates for all your real estate needs. Royal LePage ProAlliance Realty 705-653-3456 19 Front St. S., Campbellford Independently owned and operated. Residential, recreational/waterfront and commercial. Let us assist with your real estate needs. Windswept Catering 705-632-1405 (call for a quote). See page 10 60 Grand Road, Campbellford Our chef creates menus built on a solid base of classical tradition, using only the freshest and finest local produce. Let us take care of the catering details for your next party, gathering, reunion, we also specialize in weddings of 40 - 200. Trent Hills Public Library Board Campbellford Branch, 98 Bridge St. E. 705-653-3611 Hastings Branch, 6 Albert St. E. 705-696-2111 Warkworth Branch, 40 Main St. 705-924-3116

Emergency Contacts Police, Fire, Ambulance – 911 Ontario Provincial Police – 24 Hour Service 1-888-310-1122 Campbellford Memorial Hospital - 705-653-1140

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The jewel in the crown of Trent Hills, Warkworth is a unique village that offers exclusive shops, galleries, studios, restaurants and services in a beautifully restored downtown area. Visit us for a day trip or include us as a stop along the way as you explore the area. Warkworth is a ‘Designated Arts Community’ where you will enjoy meeting artists in studios and galleries, tasting delicious baked treats and shopping a floral paradise. From exquisite jewelry, to gourmet foods, one-of-a-kind finds and local farm produce you can’t beat a visit to Warkworth. We’ve even added fabulous fashion into the mix! Warkworth – an experience you don’t want to miss.

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Mrs McGarrigle’s 705-924-9823

frantic farms Clay and Glass Gallery 705-924-9173

For more information, including directions, special events, and store hours visit Cheeky Bee Candle Co. & Gallery 705-924-9330

Glover’s farm Market 705-924-3640

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Trent Hills Visitor Guide 2012  
Trent Hills Visitor Guide 2012  

Trent Hills - The Perfect Destination Visitor Guide, featuring things to do, places to see, accommodations, eateries, festivals and events....