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Campbellford | Warkworth | Hastings 2018 T R AVE L LE R ’S GU IDE

About Trent Hills................................ 2 Unique and Out-of-the-Ordinary .... 4 Local Culture and Heritage.............. 6 Artists and Artisans ........................... 7 The Flavours of Trent Hills ............... 9 The Great Outdoors ...................... 11 Sports and Recreation .................... 13 Shopping ......................................... 15 Rural Roots ...................................... 17 Festivals and Events ....................... 18 BUSINESS LISTINGS Where to Stay ................................. 22 Where to Eat ................................... 23 Fresh Food & Specialty Markets ... 24 Things to Do ................................... 25 Places to Shop ................................ 26 Services ........................................... 28 Trent Hills Maps .............................. 30 Community Map ............................ 32 EMERGENCY CONTACTS Police, Fire, Ambulance 911 O.P.P. (24 Hours) 1-888-310-1122 Campbellford Memorial Hospital 705-653-1140 CONTACTS Publisher: Trent Hills Chamber of Commerce PHOTO CREDITS

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Would I go back to Trent Hills for a visit? You bet!

You know you've had an unforgettable experience when that's all you think about and you can't wait to tell your family and friends what a great time you had. You'll feel the same way after you spend some time in Trent Hills like I did over several months. There were plenty of things that made me want to return, whether it was an event, a business or an attraction. What makes a vacation, getaway or even a day trip memorable for me is meeting interesting people, learning about local culture, and experiencing local events and activities first-hand. Trent Hills fits the bill perfectly.

It's a community of 12,900 with a small town and several villages and hamlets set amidst a scenic rolling countryside.

Located 90 minutes just east of Toronto, in Northumberland County, Ontario, Canada.

Warkworth – a charming artisan-designated village with unique shops and boutiques, in a beautiful valley setting. Hastings – a popular boating and fishing destination located at the mouth of Rice Lake, Lock 18 on the TrentSevern Waterway.

Campbellford – a picturesque community with unique attractions situated between Locks 11/12 and 13 on the Trent-Severn Waterway.

What makes it so attractive? I've jotted down some notes I know will make you want to visit to find out for yourself.

Unique and out-of-the-ordinary Here's a Top 10-plus list of what sets Trent Hills apart: ● The $2 Canadian coin was designed by a local artist and there's a 20-foot replica of his creation in Campbellford ● Hastings boasts Pisces Pete, a 12-foot walleye created by award-winning sculptor William Lishman ● Westben Concerts at The Barn are held in a 400-seat timber frame structure set in a beautiful meadow. World-class acts perform everything from jazz to classical to Broadway there every summer

● One of Canada’s National Historic Sites, the Trent-Severn Waterway, has 11 locks in Trent Hills ● Overnight stays are available at a former lockmaster’s home in Hastings where guests can experience what it was like to be a lockmaster in 1960

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● The 300-foot Ranney Gorge Suspension Bridge draws thousands of visitors with its spectacular views ● There's only one bridge in Ontario you can legally fish off and it's in Hastings. The season officially starts with the Midnight Madness fishing contest held each May ● Curle’s Maple Products and Museum, a 150-year-old farm, showcases family treasures and memorabilia ● Schoolhouse Gardens near Warkworth has award-winning peonies, nearly 400 varieties, which you can view by first making a reservation

● A former church has been converted into Church-Key, a micro-brewery that's a short scenic drive from Campbellford ● Warkworth is famous for its pies, it even has a Perfect Pie Contest ● The Aron Co-operative Theatre, owned and operated by volunteers, was formed to keep the cinema open in Campbellford. It hosts live entertainment as well as shows newly released movies ● The landscape is beautiful, with rolling hills and sweeping views. Be sure to take your camera

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Learning about local culture and heritage It doesn't take long to realize how much volunteers mean to Trent Hills being a thriving community. They support the local hospital, schools, libraries, seniors, youth and numerous organizations. Many have lived here their entire lives; just as many have moved to the area in recent years. ● There are two agricultural societies, CampbellfordSeymour and Percy. Both are committed to sharing what rural life is like today, and how it was in the past ● Volunteers are a driving force when it comes to organizing festivals and events which, at last count, surpassed two dozen that visitors could take in. Check out pages 16 - 18 for a complete list ● The local heritage committee has created four self-guided tours:

Seymour, A Driving Tour – a sampling of the various stone houses found in the former Township of Seymour Hastings, An Architectural Walking Tour – highlights various heritage styles found in the Village of Hastings Details, A Warkworth Walking Tour – showcases architectural elements (both historic and recent) on some of Warkworth’s finest buildings Campbellford, A Tour of Designated Heritage Properties – includes properties in the former Seymour Township as well as in Campbellford To learn more about the history of Campbellford and Seymour, visit the Campbellford-Seymour Heritage Centre. ● When Champlain travelled the Trent River in 1615 the Percy Portage was the route he took through Trent Hills

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Amazing artists and artisans The array of local talent is quite impressive ● Ah! Arts and Heritage Centre of Warkworth offers compelling, interactive arts and heritage exhibitions and workshops. There are classes for adults and kids, too ● Cheeky Bee Candle Company features unique fine craft and original arts ● Frantic Farms Clay & Glass & Gallery has a pottery studio and holds classes ● Warkworth Art in the Park is a juried show of more than 35 artists and artisans that takes place the long weekend in May ● Westben Concerts at the Barn season begins June 9. Singers

who have performed around the world often appear along with local talent in shows guaranteed to delight audiences ● Westben co-founders Donna Bennett and Brian Finley were invested as members of the Order of Canada in 2017

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Savour the flavours of Trent Hills Another good reason to visit Trent Hills is the food – from sweets to savoury, farm and local fare – served up at a variety of eateries. ● The Bakery Warkworth's butter tarts, with or without pecans, will satisfy your sweet tooth, and be sure to try one of its meals-to-go ● Dooher’s Bakery, another fourth-generation establishment, is famous for its donuts. It uses original recipes and local fresh in-season produce, and all its baked goods are preservative-free! ● Centre and Main Chocolate creates the finest gourmet chocolate, with flavours that include bee pollen, pina colada, and carmelized cocoa nibs ● McGillicaffey’s Pub and Eatery, known locally as Gillies, offers delicious daily specials, inhouse smoked meats, and evening entertainment ● Healthy natural products abound at The Natural, a friendly country store. Don’t be surprised to come upon the

occasional intimate concert in the store, given that The Natural is the creation of Canadian jazz pianist Steve Holt, and ballet instructor Laraine Holt ● Eurkwoods is another prized destination for healthconscious consumers

Natural & Organic Food Vitamins & Supplements Organic Cosmetics & Skin Care Natural Remedies • Health Books

18 Main Street, Warkworth, ON K0K 3K0 705-304-2270

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● Looking for an ice cream fix? Check out Icecreamville in Hastings with a patio seating area, B & C Variety in Campbellford with a convenient take-out window, or The Village Pantry in Warkworth, serving local all-natural selections ● Chocolate in both small and large quantities are available at World’s Finest Chocolate outlet. The affordable gift baskets are a great option ● Ontario maple syrup is sold at Sandy Flat Sugar Bush as well as Curle’s Maple Products ● Glover’s Farm Market sells its own Angus beef, including frozen cuts and ready-made meat pies, alongside local produce and preserves ● Trout Creek Acres is known for its roasting chickens, but don't miss out on its greenhouse flowers

● Campbellford Farmers’ Market features local produce, meats and baked goods every Wednesday and Saturday from May to October ● Empire Cheese, a farmers’ cooperative, makes fresh curds every day. Also very tasty is the caramelized onion cheddar, my favourite ● The Village Pantry is your go-to for kitchenware and gourmet food selection. It also has a fine selection of imported cheeses ● Learn about bees and honey production at Campbell’s Honey near Warkworth, and be sure to buy a jar or two when you're done ● Century Game Park, Warkworth is a fifth-generation farm operation that raises bison and elk. The view is spectacular from the property high on the hill

Mouth-watering donuts, pies, muffins, cookies, pastries, bagels, bread, rolls & more

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The Great Outdoors The outdoors is inviting during all four seasons in Trent Hills. ● Create family memories at one of 20 cottage resorts ● Ferris Provincial Park has 163 campsites and more than 10 kilometres of trails ● Ferris and Seymour Conservation Area are ideal for snowshoeing or cross-country skiing ● The Trans Canada Trail is excellent for snowmobiling, with restaurants and cafes along the way ● Warkworth is a bike-friendly community, offering new cycling trails and convenient bike parking

● An idyllic getaway awaits you at Water’s Edge Inn. Wake up to a beautiful sunrise or end your day relaxing on the deck overlooking the Trent River • July is the perfect time to visit TrueNorth Daylilies, featuring 1000’s to choose from

The Water’s Edge Inn


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Cycle, hike, or take a leisurely stroll on one of the many trail systems: ● Millennium Trail, Warkworth – a 2.6-km trail along Mill creek lined with more than 300 lilacs ● Rotary Trail – a 6-km trail connecting Campbellford to Ferris Provincial Park, the Ranney Gorge Suspension Bridge and Lock 11/12 ● Seymour Conservation Area – 82 hectares of woodland with 6.5 kilometres of trails

● Trans Canada Trail – 22 kilometres of trail stretching from Hastings to Hoards Station, south-east of Campbellford ● Ferris Provincial Park – The Friends of Ferris group maintains a series of trails trails that range from easy to moderately difficult. The volunteer group organizes guided trail walks, naturalist activities and a dry stone wall workshop ● One of Northumberland County's Top 5 cycling trails is the scenic Trent River Truckin’ Route, covering 63 kilometres in Trent Hills ● Learn more about the trails in Trent Hills on Trails Day, September 15

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Sports and Recreation

● Campbellford Paddle is a toprate choice for getting out on the water to stand up paddle, canoe or kayak. Convenient onsite rentals (and expert instructions) are available as well as rent-to-go options ● Campbellford and Hastings are part of The Great Loop, a system of connected waterways that includes the Great Lakes, Atlantic Ocean and Gulf of Mexico. Completing the loop can take as long as nine months ● Hastings Village Marina accommodates both seasonal and overnight docking with 64 boat slips available ● Campbellford Old Mill Park Docking offers overnight docking along the corewall. In the summer

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there are outdoor concerts every Wednesday night Anglers, new and experienced, can fish from land, by water “in the Boom,” or by boat at a cottage resort Seymour Conservation Area Family Fishing Day is the second Saturday in May Fishing licences are available at Canadian Tire Need rainy day options or avid gamers travelling with you? Check out Webheads Internet Café and Gaming Lounge

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● There are skateparks located in all three communities ● Kennedy Park in Campbellford has a splash pad for the little ones. Close by are a lawn bowling club and a newly refurbished tennis court ● Hastings Field House is home to indoor soccer, badminton and pickleball courts, and a golf practice range ● Warkworth boasts three 18hole golf courses only minutes apart: – Salt Creek Golf Links, a par-65 course – Pine Ridge Golf and Country Club, a par-71 course – Warkworth Golf Club, a par-72 course

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● There's five-pin bowling for everyone at Trent Valley Bowling Lanes ● Running enthusiasts can take part in the Ranney Gorge Suspension Bridge Run/Walk in May and the Bridge Hospice Cross-country Run in October

Docking & Trent Hills Visitor Centre Managed by the Trent Hills & District Chamber of Commerce

Old Mill Park Docking Campbellford

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Places to shop Here's another Top 10-plus list – places to shop (my list keeps growing the more I visit): ● The General offers a curated collection of goods with that old general store feel ● Kerr’s Corner Books and Frogs Whiskers Ink is a bookstore and card-making stamp shop ● Campbellford Home Hardware is your one-stop shop for fixing up the cottage, home and housewares Here is your list of antiques and collectibles: ● Meyersburg Flea Market – open weekends year-round ● Hidden Treasure Chest – unique finds with auction services

● The Nook – curated antiques and antique furniture for home or office ● Winkers Nook– antiques and English country cottage decor ● Thirteen and One – “Perfectly imperfect goods” transformed into works of art Looking for fashions or home décor? ● The Village Mercantile – clothing for men, women and kids ● ZAZU Boutique – fashions, shoes, accessories and jewelry with spa esthetic services ● Trentmendous – ladies’ fashion, footwear and accessories with a flair


Monday - Saturday 9am - 5:30pm Sunday & Holidays 10am - 4:30pm 157 Cockburn Street Campbellford, ON

705-653-3590 ext. 248 1-877-644-7555 ext. 248 Closed Good Friday, Easter Sunday, Christmas, Boxing & New Year’s Day

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● The Water Lily – home, body and gift store selections filling two floors ● metaphorhome – lifestyle store offering a unique point of view, a sense of humour and a great eye ● Philosophy Boutique – accessories for you and your home, with an urban twist

● Gunn-Johnston Cards & Gifts – serving the community with more than 30 years in the giftware business ● Caroline’s Organics and Floral Design – traditional to funky floral designs in a shop full of beautiful home décor items

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Rural roots – you can go home again I grew up in a small town and later moved to a city for my career. Visiting Trent Hills took me back to my roots and reminded me what it’s like to live in a small community ● Life isn’t as hectic. You can take time to enjoy the view as well as learn about your surroundings ● Visiting one of the cafés or coffee shops is a great opportunity to strike up a conversation with local residents, and find out what’s happening, what’s new and maybe even make a new friend

● The shop owners are happy to recommend what to see and do in the community. If you need directions hail a passerby ● Don’t hesitate to smile and greet those you pass as you're walking down the street ● Enjoy one of the many local green spaces, or rest a spell on one of the benches to be found in the built-up areas These notes I've made are just a snapshot of what to expect when you visit Trent Hills. If you want to learn more go online to or call the Visitor Information Centre at 1-888-653-1556 or 705-653-1551

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2018 Festivals & Events For a complete listing of events, go to: 32nd Annual Warkworth Maple Syrup Festival Saturday, March 10 and Sunday, March 11 Mark the coming of spring with a funfilled family weekend in the Village of Warkworth and at Sandy Flat Sugar Bush. Art, handcraft shows, petting zoo, and street entertainment. At the Sugar Bush you'll find entertainment, syrup making demonstrations, sleigh rides, nature trails, log sawing contest, three-person plank races, snowshoe competition, and delicious pancakes and sausages with famous Warkworth maple syrup. Take a stroll around the village, stop for a coffee or lunch and visit the unique shops and galleries. Seymour Family Fishing Day Saturday, May 12 From 8 a.m. to noon, join us at Seymour Conservation Area for rainbow trout fishing in the quarry. This is a Kids, Cops and Canadian Tire-sponsored event with draw prizes. There is no charge, however donations are accepted in support of habitat restoration at the conservation area. Rain or shine. 5754 County Rd. 30 S., Campbellford. 613-394-4829

Celebrating the 8th annual Warkworth Art in the Park Juried Show and Sale at Mill Creek Park. This free two-day outdoor art exhibition and sale will feature the works of established artists and innovative talent in the visual arts. Mill Creek Park, Warkworth. Warkworth Lilac Festival - "For the Love of Lilacs" May 26 and 27 The 8th annual Lilac Festival highlights the 300 plantings showcasing 83 unique varieties. Check out the new entrance off Main Street. Victorian tea, music, horticultural vendors, photo show, children's events, lilac sales, lilac design. Recipient of the Canada 150 Garden Experience Award. Visit for full event listings or call 705-924-2583 or 1888-653-1556.

Hastings Midnight Madness Fishing Contest Friday, May 18, at midnight Celebrate the opening of fishing season at the Hastings Bridge, Lock 18 at the mouth of Rice Lake. The Hastings Bridge is the only bridge in Ontario on which fishing is permitted. Join in the fun and maybe your catch will net a prize. 705696-2990 or 1-888-653-1556. Warkworth Art in the Park Saturday, May 19 from 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. and Sunday, May 20 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. 18 Experience Trent Hills : The Un4gettable Destination 888-653-1556

Friends of Ferris Kite Day Sunday, May 27 The Friends of Ferris host a Kite Day. Make and colour your own kite (materials provided) or fly one of your own. Prizes, fundraiser BBQ and refreshments for sale, lots of parking on site. Free admission. 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. 474 County Rd. 8, Campbellford. 705-632-0894 or 1-888-653-1556. Warkworth by Night Saturday, June 2 Second annual family-friendly street festival, including dancing, family-friendly crafts, local shopping and a great variety of locally made food. A variety of artists with engaging performances. For details visit 705-925-4450. Donnybrook Auction Sale Saturday, June 16 See it to believe it, Northumberland’s largest Reduce, Reuse and Recycle event. Ten auctioneers selling antiques, collectibles, furniture, household goods, appliances and hardware. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. Auction starts at 7 p.m. The clothing, toys and books section, as well as the $3 fill a box event open at 5 p.m. in the Red Barn. Sponsored by the Warkworth Community Service Club. Percy Arena and Community Centre, Warkworth. 905-3759840 or 1-888-653-1556.

Webber; June 30 – Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestral; July 6 – Schumann Liederabend; July 7 - Don Giovanni; July 8 – Chopin Celebration; July 13 – TGIFun! Debra McGrath and Colin Mochrie; July 14 – Vancouver Chamber Choir; July 14 – Nocturne; July 15 – Hannaford Street Silver Band Tentet; July 18 – 26 Crazy for Gershwin; July 20 – British Invasion; July 21 Taste o’ Scotland; July 22 – John McDermott; July 27 – TGIFolk! – Sarah Harmer; July 28 – Chamber Music Masters; July 29 – TGIFiddle! The Stepcrew; Aug 3 – TGIFunk! Turbo Street Funk; Aug 4 – Michael Kaeshammer; Aug 5 – Montreal Jubilation Gospel Choir; Aug 2 to 5 - Westben Jazz Fringe Festival. 705653-5508 or 1-877-883-5777 Canada Day Celebrations in Trent Hills Sunday, July 1 Campbellford – Rotary pancake breakfast, teddy bear parade, live entertainment, games and activities for the kids. Hastings – Parade, kids 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

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Campbellford Chrome on the Canal Saturday, July 7 The 10th annual Chrome on the Canal. Hundreds of motorcycle and classic car enthusiasts gather along the banks of the Trent River to view a variety of personal collections. Grand Road, Campbellford. Open to all bikes and cars. 705-653-4523 or 1-888- 653-1556. Campbellford Incredible Edibles Festival Saturday, July 14 If you love delicious food you won't want to miss the Incredible Edibles Festival on the banks of the Trent River in beautiful downtown Campbellford. Enjoy free admission and great fun for the whole family. There will be low cost samples of unique local specialties from 35+ chefs and vendors. Check out our fascinating food demonstrations, Birds of Prey event, craft beer and cider garden, a tribute tent to the farmers and families of Trent Hills, live music, and children's activities. If you eat, you're in! Visit or social media channels for more information. 705-653-9298

Pallets on the Town Saturday, August 4 Join us from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. in Old Mill Park, Campbellford, for a festival featuring a competition that reuses, recycles and upcycles used wooden pallets. Categories include art, furniture, home and garden décor as well as Canadiana. Completed projects will be on display for judging. There will also be children’s activities and live music. Vendors will

feature recycled-only products as well. Also on site special presentations highlighting recycling and environmental stewardship. For more details or applications, visit us on Facebook: Pallets on the Town. 705-653-4747. 164th Campbellford-Seymour Agricultural Fair Friday, August 10 to Sunday, August 12 Classic country fair featuring a truck and vintage tractor pull, lawn mower races, Red Barn Children’s Centre, Old MacDonald’s Farm, agricultural exhibits and demonstrations including a horse speed event, midway and demolition derby. Campbellford Fairgrounds, 313 Front Street N., Campbellford. 705-6535338 or 1-888-653-1556. Hastings Fibre Festival Friday, August 10, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Join Dr. Skye Morrison and her fibre arts peers as they showcase the amazing ways you can use textiles to create every-day essentials and artwork. Participate in workshops and listen to guest speakers. Hastings Civic Centre. 705-696-1382. 12th Annual Hastings Waterfront Festival Friday, August 17 to Sunday, August 19 This arts and heritage festival is a free and accessible event with much to see and do, including Friday and Saturday evening concerts, Saturday’s Family Day, and Sunday’s Antique and Classic Car Show. 5 Dit Clapper Dr., Hastings.

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For more information, contact or 1-888-653-1556. Warkworth Long Lunch Sunday, August 19 Fabulous food trucks combined with great entertainment. Returning is the popular tiny vintage trailers, a beer garden with a wine bar and local hard cider. The signature Long Lunch feature of tables lined down the Main Street and all the friendly folks will make it another day to remember. Children’s activities and games. Visit the East Street Market organized by the Percy Agricultural Society. You won't need tickets just a $2 entrance fee and then you purchase your food from your vendor of choice. 705924-9330 or 1-888-653-1556. Warkworth Fall Fair Friday, September 7 to Sunday, September 9 Featuring the Battle of the Bands, 4-H and beef shows, horse shows, sheep shearing demo, Agri-Magic show, strongman Kevin Fast, Highland games, firefighters challenge, elimination car draw, amateur platform show, home craft exhibits, pie contest and auction, baby show, truck and tractor pull, midway and much more. Warkworth Fairgrounds, 905-344-7709 or 1-888-653-1556, Trails Day Saturday, September 15 From 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., join us for a celebration of the trails available in Trent Hills. The celebration is a self-guided tour

of the Trails in Trent Hills that will test your skills with a trivia contest to learn more about the Trans Canada Trail, the Rotary Trail, the Millennium Lilac Trail, and the trail systems in Ferris Provincial Park and Seymour Conservation Area. Hike, bike or take a leisurely stroll to find clues to a series of questions that test your knowledge. 1-888-653-1556. Westben Concerts at the Barn November 24 and 25 Little Drummer Boy Christmas Concert The Barn 6698 County Road 30, Campbellford, 705-653-5508 or 1-877883-5777 Santa Visits Trent Hills Campbellford Parade Saturday, November 24, at 3 p.m. Hastings Christmas Fest Sunday, December 2 at 12 – 3 p.m. Warkworth Parade Friday, December 7, at 7 p.m. Call 1-888-653-1556 or 705-653-1551 to confirm locations and times. Warkworth’s Magic Under the Stars December 7, 14 & 21, 2018 Experience magic under the stars in the charming village of Warkworth, Friday evenings in December the shops will be open until 9:00 pm. Featuring Santa, holiday pop-up shops, mulled wine, hot chocolate, Christmas choir, music, horsedrawn wagon rides, warming stations, raffle and more. Yule Love Warkworth, Ontario. 613-9212604 or 1-888-653-1556.

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Business Listings Where to Stay

INNS/SUITES/APARTMENTS Campbellford River Inn 316 County Rd. 38, Campbellford 1-800-984-6665 Twenty newly renovated A/C rooms on the Trent with a large in-ground swimming pool, picnic area, children's playground, fire pits and facilities for barbecuing. Lockside Guest Suite 8 Bridge St. N., Hastings 705-696-3444 One-bedroom apartment suite at Lock 18 on the Trent. Daily/weekly rental available. Open year-round. The Doors Guest House 29 Front St. E., Hastings 705-696-1382 Ground floor heritage guest suite, wheelchair accessible and available as a respite space. Self-catering. Family, pet, boat and cycle friendly. Japanese garden, BBQ, wireless Internet. The Water’s Edge Inn 149 Queen St., Campbellford 705-653-4470 A luxurious level of comfort and style. Rooms that offer stylish furnishings, comfortable beds, modern bathroom and extravagant amenities.

BED & BREAKFASTS B&B’s at 60 Grand Rd., Campbellford 705-632-1405 Choice of the Emilyville Inn, the Suites at Windswept on the Trent and Hastings House B&B. Ask about adding dinner to your stay.

Bed Yoga Breakfast 1969 Burnbrae Rd. E., Campbellford 705-653-BEDS (2337) Rest ~ Digest ~ Yogitate. A vegan retreat with daily morning yoga and meditation, followed by a healthy, nutritious breakfast. Kid and pet friendly. King & Knight Bed & Breakfast 188 Queen St., Campbellford 1-800-434-0378 “The B&B where celebrities stay.” Luxurious suites with en suite baths, gourmet breakfasts and international treasures, overlooking the Trent-Severn Waterway. Recommended by Toronto Life magazine since 2004. Linda's Bed & Breakfast 152 Cockburn St., Campbellford 1-800-905-3536 Featuring en suite rooms with queen-size bed or twin beds. Air-conditioned, digital TV, wireless Internet. Full breakfast served. Warm hospitality awaits.

COTTAGE, RESORTS AND CAMPING Catch More Resort 477 Catchmore Rd., Campbellford 705-653-5933 Five rustic cottages on the Trent River. We also have boat/motor rentals, pontoon rental, in-ground swimming pool, fuel, playground, camp store and more! Cottages at 60 Grand Rd., Campbellford Private waterfront cottages: Seymour Point on Lake Seymour or Allen Mills on the Crowe River. Weekly rentals: historic house Elsie J's, The Hastings Lockmaster Cottage.

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Evergreen Valley Retreat 13599 County Rd. 24, Warkworth 705-977-1189 Three-bedroom, one-bath vacation rental property in beautiful Trent Hills on Percy Creek. Rental includes use of kayaks and private salt water pool. Hickory Grove Cottages 6410 County Rd. 50, Campbellford 705-653-2095 Fully equipped housekeeping cottages, cable TV, DVD, wireless Internet, BBQ, boats, and playground. Winterized cottages available. Jake’s Cottages 135A Blue Roof Rd., Campbellford 705-653-1447 Cottages, trailers, fishing licences, tackle, bait, boat, motor and pontoon rentals, boat launch and storage. Kat Tail Cottages 8716 County Rd. 30, Trent Hills 705-778-2224 Cottages with full kitchen, three-piece bathroom, satellite TV, BBQ, playground, fish hut and docking. Superior fishing. Relax and enjoy the Trent River. Family gatherings welcome. Sandy Bay Cottages 92 Sandy Bay Rd., RR1 Hastings 1-800-716-5278 Family-oriented, clean two-, three- and four-bedroom cottages with fully equipped kitchens. Boat rentals, docking, beautiful beach and sunset, Wi-Fi. Great fun on Rice Lake. Terrace Lawn Cottages & Marina 206 Dunford’s Lane, Trent River 1-866-224-6179 Housekeeping cottages, sandy beach, docking, boat rentals, boat launch, store, great fishing, best fries, poutine and burgers at our chip truck on the Trent. Trent River Cottages 1329 County Rd. 45, Hastings 705-696-2861 Two- and three-bedroom waterfront cottages located directly on the Trent River. Children's playground. Fishing, swimming, kayaking and canoeing. Boat rental available to explore the area. Twin Cedar Cottages 32 Sandy Bay Rd., Hastings 705-304-2917 Two- and three-bedroom air-conditioned cottages. Satellite TV, Wi-FI, blankets, pillows and quilts. Swimming, fishing, playground, snack bar. Premium ethanolfree fuel available.

Where to Eat Antonia’s Bistro & Catering 28 Doxsee Ave. S., Campbellford 705-632-0505 Quaint and cozy ambience with a scrumptious classic homestyle cuisine. Great food and wine selection. Please see website for menu and hours of operation. Banjo’s Grill 3 Bridge St. S., Hastings 705-696-9898 Home cooking, serving daily soup creations and specials, plus homemade desserts. Find us on TripAdvisor and grab a breakfast to start your day. Be My Guest 16 Doxsee Ave. N., Campbellford 705-653-4555 Offering great food and a warm welcome, we invite you to Be My Guest. Bridgewater Coffee and Pizza 16 Bridge St. N., Hastings 705-696-2920 A charming cafe celebrating 20 years. Great pizza and coffee, sandwiches, Kawartha Dairy ice cream, homemade butter tarts, date squares, and more. Capers Tap House 28 Bridge St. W., Campbellford 705-653-5262 Relaxed intimate dining, superior food, service and ambience. Variety of cuisine styles. The menu is imaginative, risk-taking and mouth-watering.

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Captain George’s Fish and Chips 100 Doxsee Ave. N., Campbellford. 705-632-0006 Authentic English-style fish and chips halibut and haddock prepared in healthy cooking oil. Also offering freshly prepared burgers, chicken souvlaki, soups and salads. Captain’s Table Fish and Chips 8 Front St. E., Hastings 705-696-3993 Serving Northumberland County with delicious halibut and chips for over 25 years. LLBO licensed. Cheung’s Family Restaurant 52 Front St. N., Campbellford 705-653-2738 Full menu of Chinese and Canadian entrees. Takeout or eat in. Chicken Kingdom and Seafood 11 Doxsee Ave. S., Campbellford 705-653-4900 Full menu of chicken and seafood. Dairy bar in the summer months. Jeannine’s Backtalk Café 9 Main St., Warkworth 705-924-2166 Friendly atmosphere with home-cooked meals. Master Submarine 47 Bridge St. E., Campbellford 705-653-5975 Freshly sliced meats and vegetables. Freshly made subs, wraps and salads. “Fresh is better.” Serving the community since 1992. McGillicafey’s Pub and Eatery 13 Bridge St. N., Hastings 705-696-3600 Your Trent Hills entertainment venue. Great place to meet friends for food, drink and fun. Stop by for great music and entertainment in the village. Our Lucky Stars 16 Main St., Warkworth 705-924-1212 Charming café roasting organic fair trade coffee. Espresso, homemade treats, soup, quiche, salads, sandwiches. All natural, from scratch, featuring local ingredients. Vegetarian, gluten-free options.

Riverview Restaurant 6 Front St. N., Campbellford 705-653-4444 Known for its excellent home cooking and service, offering daily/lunch dinner specials. Large groups up to 150 people or bus tours welcome. Bar and grill. Subway 25 Doxsee Ave. S., Campbellford 705-653-0385 Great selection of subs, soups, salads and flatbreads. Sit in and enjoy your meal or take it with you. Open seven days a week.

FRESH FOODS & SPECIALITY MARKETS B & C Variety 15 Bridge St. W., Campbellford 705-653-0546 Convenience with personality. Specializing in ice cream, freshly made submarines, music accessories, Keurig coffee and Cuban cigars. Local key cutting specialist and UPS access point. Campbell’s Honey 220 Campbell Rd., Warkworth K0K 3K0 (GPS Trent Hills) 705-924-2577 Natural honey - in season. Open Fridays and Saturdays for August and September. We will fill your containers or ours. Great honey - no stings attached. Campbellford Farmers’ Market At the corner of River Street and Front Street South, Campbellford (across from the LCBO and TD Bank) 705-933-8007 A genuine local producers market vegetables, fruits, meats, flowers, plants, honey, crafts, preserves and baking. May November, Wednesday and Saturday, 8 am – noon. Centre & Main Chocolate Co. 50 Centre Ave., Warkworth 705-868-2068 Creating luscious chocolate wickedness that you can feel good about. We craft each recipe to make you feel nurtured, nourished and exquisitely spoiled.

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Century Game Park 460 Concession Rd. 2 W., Warkworth 705-924-3019 Naturally raised bison/elk products, freezer orders. Curle’s Maple Products, since 1862 726 8th Line W., Campbellford 705-653-2519 Maple syrup, butter, and sugars available year-round. See where it’s made in our Sugar Shack. Learn the history in our Maple Museum. Self guided tours. Dooher’s Bakery 61 Bridge St. E., Campbellford 705-653-1460 Bringing you the finest quality homemade baking, fresh daily. Enjoy mouth-watering pastries, donuts, pies, muffins, preservative-free artisan breads, and so much more. Open Monday-Saturday. Empire Cheese Co-op 1120 County Rd. 8, Campbellford 705-653-3187 Factory outlet store with a great selection of cheddar, speciality cheeses, fresh curd and local products. Glover’s Farm Market 14260 County Rd. 29, Warkworth 705-924-3640 Fresh local food products and handcrafts. Explore this unique country store, and coffee shop with its soups and desserts. You’ll be glad you did. IceCreamVille 3 Dit Clapper Drive (beside Banjo’s Grill), Hastings 705-696-9898 Your one-stop ice cream shop. Open seasonally May through October, offering 30-plus flavours of Chapman's handscooped ice cream and novelties, sundaes, shakes and more. Sandy Flat Sugar Bush 500 Concession Rd. 3, Warkworth 705-924-2057 Maple syrup farm open weekends year-

round with seasonal pancake house open daily March and April. Group tours and special event booking available yearround. The Bakery Warkworth 2B Mill St., Warkworth 705-308-BAKE A family run bakery carrying everything you need, including Kawartha Dairy Ice Cream, fresh bread, pies, butter tarts, cookies, frozen prepared meals and more. Trout Creek Acres 643 County Rd. 35, Campbellford 705-653-1076 Trout Creek Acres is a family farm featuring roasting chickens and flowers which we proudly grow and produce. Take a stroll through our greenhouses. World’s Finest Chocolate Factory Outlet Store 157 Cockburn St., Campbellford 705-653-3590 x248 Premium chocolate, gift baskets, chocolate gifts for any occasion, and bulk chocolate at affordable prices.

What to Do Ah! Arts and Heritage Centre of Warkworth The Memorial Hall, 35 Church St., Warkworth Home to events and exhibitions reflecting the diverse population of Trent Hills, increasing enjoyment and excellence in the arts. Aron Theatre Co-operative Inc. 54 Bridge St. E., Campbellford 705-653-3390 A charming small-town theatre that offers digital technology, fresh popcorn with local butter, first-run movies, concerts and a discount for members. Campbellford-Seymour Heritage Society 113 Front St. N., Campbellford 705-653-2634 Call for hours of operation.

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Campbellford Paddle 197 Queen St., Campbellford 705-772-1020 Stand up paddleboard (SUP), kayak, canoe rentals and sales. From private beach in town or takeaway. World Paddle Association-certified instruction group/private. Miles of scenic paddling! Hastings Field House 97 Elgin St., Hastings 705-653-2252 An all-season facility with activities that includes a golf driving range, basketball, soccer, tennis, ball hockey, a walking track and much more. Pine Ridge Golf and Country Club 4020 County Rd. 30, Warkworth 1-800-465-3040 Established in 1957, this public golf course stretches over 6,000 yards with challenging greens and a creek. Open to all levels of golfers. Salt Creek Golf Links 353 Norham Rd., Warkworth 1-866-924-1521 18-hole, par-65 course with beautiful natural topography and relaxed atmosphere. No pressure for speedy play. Families are welcome. Schoolhouse Gardens 403 3rd Concession Rd. W., RR 1, Warkworth 705-924-3255 Open for guided walking group tours June through August of four-acre display garden with more than 300 varieties of peonies. Reservations required. Canadian Peony Society member. Trent Hills Visitor Centre 51 Grand Rd., Campbellford 1-888-653-1556 or 705-653-1551 Take a break from the ordinary and experience Trent Hills – the un4gettable destination. Trent Valley Lanes Sandy Beach Bar & Patio 63 Front St. N., Campbellford 705-653-2881

Enjoy eight lanes of five-pin bowling, electronic scoring with a restaurant, snack bar and patio. Great fun for all ages. Groups/parties welcome. Fully licensed. TrueNorth Daylilies 59 Hutchinson Rd., Warkworth 705-924-1071 Daylilies by the thousands. You choose, we dig. Open all July. Hostas new and favourites. Open weekends June and all July. Call for other times. Warkworth Golf and Country Club 14267A County Rd. 29, Warkworth 1-877-881-0667 Scenic 18-hole golf course manicured with mature trees, sand traps, water hazards and large sculptured greens. Situated among the rolling Trent Hills in Northumberland County. Webheads Internet Café & Gaming Lounge 55 Bridge St. E., Campbellford 705-768-3124 Gaming PC’s, console systems and board games to play. Offering coffee and tea with a light lunch menu. Specializing in computer repair, sales and accessories. Westben Concerts at the Barn 6698 County Rd. 30, Campbellford 1-877-883-5777 Come join us! Westben will change the way you experience music. Box Office: 36 Front St. S., Campbellford.

Where to Shop 13 AND 1 13 Main St., Warkworth 289-404-9492 "Perfectly Imperfect Goods" – A local distributor for the Canadian-made Country Chic paint lines. Previously loved furniture ready to be refurbished, finished pieces and more. Campbellford Home Hardware Building Centre 545 Grand Rd., Campbellford 705-653-3330

26 Experience Trent Hills : The Un4gettable Destination 888-653-1556 The home of old-fashioned service. Hardware, paint, home accessories, gardening and much more. Canadian Tire 130 Grand Rd., Campbellford 705-653-3250 One-stop destination for auto service and repair, paint, hardware, housewares, home electronics, backyard and cottage living, garden centre, sports and recreation. Hunting and fishing licences. CannaDaze 17 Bridge St. W., Campbellford 705-761-2698 CannaDaze is your friendly neighbourhood headshop, offering a large selection of products, services and current industry information. Stop in today to our comfortable 19+ environment. Caroline’s Organics & Floral Design 15 Front St. S., Campbellford 705-632-0007 Creating traditional to funky floral designs for all occasions, delivered from your local FTD and Teleflora florist. Monday to Saturday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Cheeky Bee Candle Company 23 Main St., Warkworth 705-924-9330 Unique fine craft and original art from across North America and 100% pure, handmade beeswax candles. Eurkwoods Health & Beauty 33 Front St. N., Campbellford 705-653-5086 Offering customers the highest quality organic, non-GMO foods and a assortment of natural health products, skin care, men’s grooming, Tilley hats and natural pet health care. Frantic Farms Clay & Glass & Gallery 2 Mill St., Warkworth 705-924-9173 Showcasing handmade-in-Canada studio pottery, blown glass, whimsical art, glass

and fine jewelry, and turned wood. Pottery classes also available. Gunn-Johnston Cards & Gifts 44 Bridge St. E., Campbellford 705-653-4332 Enjoying over 30 years in the giftware business serving the community. Thanking you for your customer loyalty. Complimentary gift wrapping available. Kerr's Corner Books/Frog's Whiskers Ink 39 Bridge St. E., Campbellford 705-653-4335 Frog's Whiskers Ink - Card-making art rubber stamps, custom business and word stamps. Kerr's Corner Books - your hometown general bookstore. Custom and out-of-print titles our specialty. metaphorhome 30 Main St., Warkworth 705-924-3226 Our lifestyle store offers the best home furnishings, gifts and decor. With a unique point of view, a sense of humour and a great eye. Meyersburg Flea Market & Antiques 5082 County Rd. 30, Campbellford 705-653-3979 Multi-vendor market, two barns filled with treasures from the past and the present. Open every Saturday and Sunday 10 am 5 pm year-round. Philosophy Boutique 45 Bridge St. E., Campbellford 705-632-1000 A boutique with an urban twist specializing in accessories for both you and your home. Browsers and children always welcome. Tuesday-Friday 9:30 am5:00 pm and Saturday 9:30 am - 4:00 pm. The General 11 Main St., Warkworth 705-925-3333 Come say hello! Inspired by “old general stores,” The Gen offers a curated collection of goods and provisions such as HBC, Woolrich, SOMA Chocolate and Saltwest.

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The Hidden Treasure Chest Flea Market 2 Industrial Drive, Campbellford 705-854-0037 A flea market that believes in giving back to the community. Open weekends 8 am – 5 pm year-round. The Natural 18 Main St., Warkworth 416-804-9414 The Natural features everything natural for your body, mind and spirit. The Village Mercantile 9 Front St., Hastings 705-922-2012 Offering men’s, women’s and children’s clothing as well as basic necessities. Helium balloons for all occasions. Local artisans also offer their wares. The Village Pantry 27 Main St., Warkworth 613-921-2604 Culinary store featuring specialty cheeses, gourmet ingredients, kitchen implements, chocolate, candy, cookies, ice cream and more. The Water Lily Home*Body*Gift 8 Bridge St. N., Hastings. 705-696-3444 Jewelry, gifts, clothing, home decor, consignment goods, antiques, coffee, ice cream and more. The Nook Furniture Gallery 28 Main St., Warkworth 1-877-344-5622 Curated antiques and antique furniture for home or office. Trentmendous! 33 Main St., Unit 3, Warkworth 705-924-3143 A unique ladies’ fashion, footwear and accessories boutique with a flair in the quaint village of Warkworth. Winker’s Nook 39 Main St., Warkworth 1-877-344-5622 Antiques and English country cottage decor for home or office. ZAZU Boutique & Spa 53 Bridge St. E., Campbellford 705-632-1435 Fashion clothing, shoes, accessories and

jewelry. Style, quality, bliss. Esthetic services include acrylic nails, manicures, spa, pedicures and waxing. We also offer tanning.


Campbellford Old Mill Docking 51 Grand Rd., Campbellford, between Locks 12 and 13 on the Trent 1-888-653-1556 30 and 50 amp service, washroom/ shower facilities, picnic area, high-speed Internet, walking distance to conveniences and attractions. Campbellford Veterinary Services 176 Bridge St. W., Campbellford 705-653-2750 Full-service small animal practice, providing preventive and emergency medicine, routine and orthopedic surgery, dentistry, pain management and rehabilitation. Colette's Creations 9 Front St., Hastings 705-922-2012 Offering alterations, hemming and mending of clothing and household items. Custom clothing and draperies also available. Come in and see if we can help. Community Care Northumberland’s Specialized Transportation Program 1-866-768-7778 Providing rural transportation within Northumberland County. $5 one way within Trent Hills; $10 one way to Cobourg. Operating Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday 8:30 am – 5:30 pm. Accessible options available. Deal Taxi Ltd. 705-778-7979 Serving Trent Hills, Havelock, Norwood and Marmora. Quality service at a fair price. Call toll-free at 1-888-778-7979. Foot Prints Foot Care 4 Front St., Hastings 705-632-8886 Specializing in diabetic and arthritic foot care: corns, calluses, ingrown. Pedicures and manicures. Variety of facial masks/skin conditions.

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Hastings Village Marina Lock 18 on the Trent, Hastings 705-696-3226 Seasonal and transient docking, 30 and 50 amp service, pump out, beach, picnic area, boat launch, high-speed Internet, washroom/shower facilities. Johnston's Pharmacy 6 Front St. E., Hastings 705-696-3606 Friendly neighbourhood pharmacy. Ready for your prescription, non-prescription and all-season health needs. Monday to Friday 9 am - 5:30 pm; Saturday 9 am - 5 pm. Ken’s Stereo & TV 14 Crowe Bay Heights Rd., Campbellford 705-653-3290 A family-run home electronic business to help get you connected and solve your TV/satellite problems. Satellite installation and repair available. Kinch Eddie Litigation Professional Corporation 6 Queen St., Campbellford 705-653-4022 Your local litigation law firm: Superior Court, family law (court/agreements), estate litigation, employment law and paralegal representation in small claims, provincial offences, traffic tickets. Municipality of Trent Hills 66 Front St. S., PO Box 1030, Campbellford 705-653-1900 Come for a visit – stay for a lifestyle. Realty Executives Alison Ltd. Brokerage 20 Queen St., Unit 2, Campbellford 705-653-5000 Looking for your dream home? Let us help with all your buying and selling needs. Residential, waterfront, cottages, farms and commercial. Re/Max Eastern Realty Inc. Brokerage 11 Front St. N., Campbellford 705-653-2080 Looking for the special home, cottage, multifamily, commercial or other property, contact our experienced sales associates for all your real estate needs.

Re/Max Eastern Realty Inc. Brokerage 16 Front St. E., Hastings 705-696-1777 Selling or buying? Let’s talk. Let my years of experience work for you. Contact Dennis Savery for all your real estate needs. Royal LePage ProAlliance Realty 19 Front St. S., Campbellford 705-653-3456 Independently owned and operated. Residential, recreational/waterfront and commercial. Let us assist with your real estate needs. The Glass & Screen Shop 171 Front St. N., Campbellford 705-653-4490 Providing glass, mirror, Plexiglas, window and screen repair, as well as many other services. Trent Hills Public Library Board Campbellford Branch, 98 Bridge St. E. 705-653-3611 Hastings Branch, 6 Albert St. W. 705-696-2111 Warkworth Branch, 40 Main St. 705-924-3116 Warkworth Pharmacy 26 Main St., Warkworth 705-924-2711 Friendly neighbourhood pharmacy. Ready for your prescription, nonprescription and all-season health needs. Monday to Friday 9 am - 5:30 pm; Saturday 9 am - 3 pm. Trent Hills Visitor Centre 51 Grand Rd., Campbellford 1-888-653-1556 or 705-653-1551

The Visitor Centre is managed by the Trent Hills Chamber of Commerce with friendly and informative staff to assist with all of your inquiries. Maps and brochures for Trent Hills and Northumberland County, as well as a wide selection of travel guides from regions across Ontario. Facilities include restroom, bicycle rack, picnic area, community herb and vegetable garden. Old Mill Park Docking facility for visitors travelling by boat, with electrical hook-ups, showers and potable water.

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Warkworth Art in the Park

May 19 -20

September 7-9

May 26-27

November 3

8th Annual Warkworth Art in the Park Warkworth Lilac Festival June 16

Donnybrook Auction Warkworth Community Service Club

168th Warkworth Fall Fair 39th Perfect Pie Contest December 7

Santa Claus Parade Village of Warkworth 7pm


Canada Day Festivities Centennial / Mill Creek Park August 19

15th Annual Warkworth Long Lunch Up & Down Main Street

December 7, 14 & 21

Magic Under The Stars Village of Warkworth until 9 pm March 9 -10, 2019

33rd Annual Warkworth Maple Syrup Festival

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2018 Traveller's Guide to Trent Hills  

Trent Hills is a great place to visit year-round, winter, spring, summer or fall. Un4gettable, really. You’ll get hooked right away by what...

2018 Traveller's Guide to Trent Hills  

Trent Hills is a great place to visit year-round, winter, spring, summer or fall. Un4gettable, really. You’ll get hooked right away by what...