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brightonCRAMAHEchamber.ca | 613.475.2775


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Farm Fresh Markets

AD INDEX The Big Apple.................. 27 Brighton Applefest.......... 26 Brighton Inn.......................21 Brighton Speedway......... 26 Cole’s Timber Mart..........16 Davis Auto Repair........... 25 Dragonfly.......................... 24 Harbourview Marina........19

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Ian Roy............................... 26 Kailey’s Kafe......................20 Lower Trent Conservation.. ............................................ 25 MB Automotive................16 Mrs. B’s Country Candy.24 Municipality of Brighton.15 Northumberland Home Check Services................. 25

Out on a Limb................. 25 Pare’s Home Hardware... 25 Presqu’ile View Bed & Breakfast................21 Proctor House...................15 Remax Quinte...................16 Rob Haid Contracting.....16 Roseneath Carousel........ 27 Sobeys...............................20

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Thompson Law................ 26 Tim Hortons......................16 Vito’s....................................19 The Whistling Duck.........19 Willow Printing & Publishing Co................... 26 Cover photo by Hans Fischer


GREETINGS! Message from the President of Brighton-Cramahe Chamber of Commerce Welcome to the Brighton-Cramahe (Colborne) region located in the county of Northumberland, east of Toronto, bordered in the south by the shores of Lake Ontario and in the north by Rice Lake traversed by the Apple Route and Hwy 401. To enter our rolling hills dotted with apple orchards and wonderful beaches you can leave the 401 at the “Big Apple” a landmark not to be overlooked when zipping along the expressway. Once you are off the highway you can relax and enjoy our streams and rivers, wide fields and dense forests some of which are located in our numerous Conservation Areas and Presqu’ile Provincial Park. If you are really interested in the outdoors don’t forget to hike in Goodrich-Loomis and Proctor Park. Should you enjoy shopping and are interested in our history please explore Brighton and Colborne which progressed from farming towns to exciting urban centres being home of a plethora of artists, galleries and boutiques, museums, old homesteads, restaurants and cafés and you will find an Alpaca farm with 62 animals on Hwy 2 (the Apple Route). To make an overnight event of your escape to rural Northumberland you can choose from many inviting Bed & Breakfasts, hotels, motels and campgrounds. Our area attracts newcomers, especially from the big cities, with good schools, hospitals within easy reach and many support services. Our builders are proud of the R2000 home which has been engineered in Brighton and the yearly Parade of Homes showing off the success of our builders. For further diversions and improving your health hop on a bicycle, walk along our many trails or relax fishing, boating or try yourself at bird watching. For entertainment you can enjoy productions at the Brighton Barn Theatre during the summer as well as Concerts in the Park in July and August in either Colborne or Brighton. In spring we celebrate Apple Blossom Tyme in Colborne and in September we bedazzle you with amazing displays and a parade at Apple Fest in Brighton followed by Pumpkin Fest and the Santa Claus Parade in both communities. To satisfy your cravings for delicious foods there is an abundance of eateries from the ordinary to the sublime and a fabulous candy shop with its chocolates made right on the premises in Brighton. Why don’t you come and join us we will be pleased to be your hosts. Burke Friedrichkeit President, Brighton & Cramahe Chamber of Commerce

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greetings! Welcome to Beautiful Brighton! Thank you for visiting our charming harbour town of Brighton located on Highway 2 along the scenic shores of Lake Ontario, and an hour and a half east of Toronto on the 401 corridor. Brighton offers the tranquil atmosphere of a small town with a wide range of shops and attractions providing year-round delight for visitors. Home of Quinte’s retailer of the year for two years running, we invite you to shop along the heritage Main Street of Brighton, enjoy the front porch Victorian flavour, and experience the best of Brighton’s eats, treats and boutiques! One of our greatest year round destinations is Presqu’ile Provincial Park; famous for lakeside camping, swimming, windsurfing, hiking and birding with over 220,000 visitors annually. With a number of attractive conservation areas located in Brighton, and with significant improvements made to the Presqu’ile Parkway walking trail and King Edward Park, our trails make Brighton a great destination for walking and cycling enthusiasts. Some of our history can be discovered at Proctor House Museum, where many significant artifacts can be seen. Through the work of many community volunteers our history is being preserved and is available to the public. The Farmer’s Market has been revived in Codrington. On Sundays in season, shoppers will find many local treasures for sale, meet the farmer that grew the food and experience live music while shopping. If you like live music, be sure to experience Concerts in the Park throughout July and August in Memorial Park. Mark your calendars as Brighton celebrates the harvest in grand style in September during Applefest! In celebration of our rich agricultural land and abundance of apple orchards, Applefest features entertainment, family activities and a showcase of local food from across the region. Positioned as the gateway to Bay of Quinte Region and nestled at the east end of Northumberland County, we welcome you and hope to see you again in beautiful Brighton!

Mark Walas Mayor, Municipality of Brighton Visit www.brighton.ca to plan your next vacation!

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Welcome to Cramahe! I invite you to visit our great little community. Founded by Vermont Empire Loyalists in 1792, Cramahe is located in the heart of apple country and enjoys a rural setting in the Northumberland Hills along the north shore of Lake Ontario. Strong roots, a strong work ethic and a passion for the rural lifestyle and small town values typify our community. I urge you to visit our largest community , the beautiful and historic Village of Colborne, with the distinctive main square laid out in the original plan for the village in the late 1790s and a main street that was featured in Ron Brown’s “Downtown Ontario: Unusual Main Streets to Explore”. Ten minutes north you’ll find the hamlet of Castleton which boasts one of the longest, continually running general stores in Canada and a popular spot for ice cream in the summer. Even further north you’ll find one of the few remaining remnants of tall grass prairie in Ontario both at the Red Cloud Cemetery and the Goodrich-Loomis Conservation Area. Cramahe is also home to a variety of local artisans and artists including internationally renowned Hoselton Sculptures, whose products are found in gift shops everywhere. Their studio and factory gift shop are located just off the 401 on the edge of the village of Colborne. And a trip wouldn’t be complete without a piece of delicious pie at the world’s biggest apple, The Big Apple! With breathtaking scenery, a great lifestyle, quick access to Toronto via Highway 401 and friendly, enthusiastic residents, I encourage you to visit Cramahe Township and discover for yourself why we enjoy living, working and playing here. Marc Coombs Mayor, Cramahe Township coombs@xplornet.com www.cramahe.ca The Brighton and Cramahe Visitors’ Guide is brought to you by the Brighton-Cramahe Chamber of Commerce, The Municipality of Brighton, and the Township of Cramahe. No part of this publication, including advertising, may be reproduced in print or electronically without the written consent of Willow Printing & Publishing Co. Willow Printing & Publishing Co., RR3, 15681 Hwy 2 East, Brighton, Ontario K0K 1H0 Telephone: 613-475-2927 Toll Free: 1-800-339-5662 Fax: 613-475-5331 E-mail: info@willowpublishing.com www.willowpublishing.com All information at time of printing is accurate. Information is subject to change.

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outdoor adventures Beaches, Picnics, Water Sports

Whether its hiking, biking or swimming, boating or just hanging out, the trails and beaches of Presqu’ile Provincial Park and beach access at Little Lake reflect the lifestyle of the region. Make it a day, an afternoon or an hour. It’s all within easy reach.

Cycling, Hiking, Skiing, Snow Shoeing

The multiple of trails at Goodrich Loomis Conservation Area make it possible for any level of fitness to participate. The conservation area straddles the two municipalities and includes a segment of Cold Creek running through it. Proctor Park Conservation area is situated inside the town of Brighton. You can meander along Butler Creek or climb the hill for a bit of challenge and be rewarded with some beautiful views.

Agri-Adventure

Farm gate stands are alive and well. Cricklewood farm takes it up a notch with their corn maze (open in August) Nuevo Norte Alpaca farm offers tours of the mill were they process the fibre they harvest from their animals. Traditional roadside stands are speckled around the region with Rutherford’s Roadside Stand, Cheer’s Farm Market & Coates’ Orchards being open to the public at least 6 months of the year. On Sunday’s from May-October visit the Codrington Farmer’s Market to find an array of local treasures.

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Heritage & Culture

There are museums, theatres and art studios that dot the landscape. This is home to a creative community. If the walls of historic Proctor House and its neighbouring Brighton Barn Theatre could talk, the stories of hauntings might all come to life. The Colborne Art Gallery present the shows of modern day artists in the historical records building. Curious historians can pick up a self-guided map of Cramahe at any of the Visitors Centres.

Golfing

There are more than 17 golf courses within a half hour distance (many of them closer). There is a course for every golfer and lots of variety to prevent boredom. From Barcovan (near the waterfront) to Timber Ridge in the hills, there is a wide range of choices for those who like to golf.

Motorized Sports

In 2017, Brighton Speedway celebrates 50 years of providing entertainment for thousands with their exciting schedule of races. Boaters and fisherman love the bays and lakes. Four Wheeling is a common past time in the summer as is snowmobiling in the winter. There are ATV trails maintained throughout the area.

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special events Apple Blossom Tyme Festival

Celebrate the beginning of the apple growing season with this spring festival from May 26-May 28,2017 at the Keeler Centre in Colborne. Call Jennifer for more information at 905-355-2451 or email her at Jennifer.mcglennon@sympatico. ca. Keep up with the website to stay informed of all the events that will be coming to you that weekend! www.appleblossomtyme.com

Parade of Homes

The Brighton Home Builders host a collective Open House for interested visitors over the summer months all over town. Visit their website at www.brightonparadeofhomes.ca or email information@tobeydevelopments.com or call 613-475-0618 for further information and details for this event!

Cramahe Canada 150

Cramahe Township will celebrate Canada’s 150th Birthday in a big way! With events throughout the year, the weekend of August 4th-6th,2017 will be especially packed with activity.

Art on Main

Downtown Brighton will host artists in various shops as well as art displays in the park from July 7th to July 8th. Contact dbia@brighton.ca for more information and to see the up to date schedule. You will also find the event at www. facebook.com/artonmain.

Concerts in the Park

6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m, Wednesday evenings in July and August bring your own lawn chair to Memorial Park in Brighton to enjoy free, live entertainment. Dancing has been known to happen. Contact 613-813-2571 or email sherryburkitt@hotmail.com for more information.

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Music in the Square

Starting June 22,2017 from 6:30-8:30 p.m. Thursday there will be free concerts in Victoria Park in Colborne. Bring your lawn chair to the park and enjoy the music in the open air. Contact westroe@eagle.ca or call 905-355-2027 for further information.

Applefest

The streets come alive with events at many venues all over town as Brighton celebrates the apple harvest. Home grown, handmade rural charm abounds. This festival is the biggest of its kind in the region and will be occurring September 21st-24,2017. Contact applefest@ brighton.ca or call 613-475-0670 for further information. For the most up to date schedule, please visit www.brightonapplefest.ca.

Christmas at Presqu’ile

This juried show and sale is a very popular event that includes a tea room. For 2 weekends in November, with lots of help from volunteers, this is the place to find that unique gift for someone special. Contact info@friendsofpresquile.ca or call 613-475-1688 for further information.

Dion Snowshoe Race

For the third year now, the Dion Snowshoe race will be coming to our year round playground at the Goodrich Loomis Conservation Area. It takes place at the end of January and the race will start at 10 a.m. for more information please contact joeturner@live.ca or for regular updates, please visit www.healthandadventure.com/races

Heritage and History Week

Restoring records, sharing stories, re-enacting events are the work of many volunteers in an effort to describe how the past shaped the present. This week long celebration happens in mid-February in both Brighton and Colborne. Visit www.heritagecramahe.ca and www.proctorhousemuseum.ca for more information.

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Presqui’le Provincial Park P

resqu’ile is a 982 hectare paradise on the shores of Lake Ontario. Our mandate is to preserve our nature and history and to ensure recreational opportunities for future generations. But preservation doesn’t mean standing still, and 2017 showcases some improvements that will make Presqu’ile an even better destination to explore Ontario’s natural and cultural heritage, or to just relax and have fun at. With 16 kilometres of trails, 2 kilometres of sand beach, 394 car camping sites (160 sites with electricity), 2 visitor centres and organized activities daily during July and August, there is something of interest here for everyone. The park’s premier trail is the 1 kilometre Marsh Boardwalk Trail, featuring an 800 metre accessible boardwalk out into the marsh. This boardwalk was re-built by the Friends of Presqu’ile in 2009 and features two viewing towers and a teaching platform that makes a very suitable picnic spot as well. Jobes’ Woods Trail features a boardwalk (thanks again to the Friends) through an old growth forest, left uncut by early pioneers. It provides a safe and dry path around giant trees and over vernal pools. These pools are magnets for wildlife and feature four species of singing frogs in early spring. The Owen Point Trail leads to one of the most dynamic spots at Presqu’ile, Owen Point itself. Once the site of a small

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marina, this ever-changing gravel spit can grow or shrink over 100 metres from one year to the next. The marina is gone now, but the spit offers an ever-changing panorama of Lake Ontario, Popham Bay and the islands. It is the latter which attract bird watchers to the point as they are the nesting grounds of 6 species of colonial waterbirds. To protect their nests, access to the islands is closed from March to September but there is still plenty to see from the point, where many birds from the island come to rest. Many others, particularly the sandpipers and plovers, stop at the point to feed during their annual migration to and from the arctic breeding grounds. A visit to the park would not be complete without a stop at the two visitor centres. It is here you can find out how the past has shaped our present through self-exploration or on one of our guided activities. The Nature Centre, open daily in July and August, features live reptiles, amphibians and fish and represents a portion of the park’s natural treasures. Many of the summer’s daily organized children’s activities start here. The Lighthouse Centre, open daily in July and August and weekends in spring and fall, features the area’s marine heritage with video and panel exhibits. You will also find the Friends’ gift shop inside and just outside is where Presqu’ile’s iconic lighthouse is located. So what’s new? Visitors to the park will immediately notice short, black fencing along the road near the park store. This fencing, along with tunnels under the road, is to keep small animals, particularly turtles, from being killed on the road. We have also improved the walking/bicycle trail off of this corner to keep our visitors safer as they move from campground to store. If you go down to Beach 1 you will notice the new 150 metre barrier-free walkway from parking lot to beach. These and other improvements help in making Presqu’ile an even safer and fun place for animals and people alike. To find out more about the park go to www.friendsofpresquile.on.ca and www. ontarioparks.com/park/presquile, and check out our Facebook, Twitter and Instagram accounts, all at “PresquilePP”.

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Visitor

Information Visitor Information Services are available at the Gateway to Presqu’ile Park Look for our Kiosk at 240 Presqu’ile Parkway Open in July & August Contact the Chamber at 613.475.2775 or info@brightonccramahechamber.ca for more information

Thanks to Shrew Solutions for this space: Shrew Solutions Inc. – reconnecting people with nature 613-243-4161 shrewsolutions@gmail.com Principal Contact: Doug McRae Shrew Solutions is a company devoted to the study and enjoyment of nature. We offer a series of field trips, workshops and private guiding, as well as site visits to help landowners understand the natural aspects of their properties. We also conduct full biological inventories and Species at Risk surveys. 11

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Proctor House Museum 96 Young St., Brighton

King Edward Park Community Centre

OPEN DAILY (except Monday) July & August, Hours 1:00 to 4:00 pm Canada Day Celebrations - July 1st Applefest Celebrations Last Saturday in September For Museum and Brighton Barn Theatre call 613-475-2144

Museum web: www.proctorhousemuseum.ca Barn Theatre web: www.brightonbarntheatre.ca email: info@proctorhousemuseum.ca

Multi-Purpose Facility Weddings • Banquets Birthday Parties • Dances Meetings - Corporate or Private Shuffleboard Court Fully Equipped with Kitchen, Air Conditioning and Audio/Video

Call Jim at 613-475-0302 to book today! millar@brighton.ca

Rob Haid Contracting Concrete Driveways Concrete Patios

Inc.

Stamped • Exposed • Broomed Concrete Pooldecks Decorative Coloured Concrete COMMERCIAL & RESIDENTIAL Concrete Walkways

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24hrs | Drive-thru

“YOUr ONE STOP bUiLDiNG CENTrE” COLE’S TimbEr marT 47 Ontario Street, Brighton, Ontario K0K 1H0

Phone: (613) 475-2810 Toll Free 1-888-265-3742 www.colestimbermart.ca

153 ElizabEth St. brighton, on no FrillS Parking lot

Proud to be part of the brighton Community

MB Automotive ‘Where quality and service go hand in hand’

Phone: 613-475-4755 Fax: 613-475-5885 Email: mbautomotive@ymail.com

17 Monck St, PO Box 1120 Brighton, ON K0K 1H0

Turn your dreams into reality! As a homeowner, RE/MAX knows you’re likely to sell at some point in the future. Every year, RE/MAX associates sell hundreds of thousands of homes in every size, shape and style. In fact, when you work with RE/MAX, you’re working with the experienced professionals of the world’s most successful real estate company. Put our experience to work for you! Contact us today. We’re waiting to help make your real estate dreams come true.

Quinte Ltd., Brokerage

independently owned & operated

447 Dundas St. W., Trenton 41 Main St., Brighton 106 N Front St., Belleville

613-392-6594 613-475-6594 613-969-9907

www.remaxquinte.com

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DINING Whatever you’re in the mood for, you can find it in Brighton and Cramahe! The shops and farm gate markets offer a variety for anyone interested in finding the ingredients for their own picnic, looking for a unique artisan food experience or simply the relaxed atmosphere of a pub. You can have your pick.

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ADDRESS

78 on Main

78 Main Street

Baker’s Dozen Donuts

3 Elizabeth Street

Captain George’s Fish & Chips

11 Elizabeth Street

China King Restaurant

10 Alice Street

The Gables

14 Division Street North

Harbourview Marina Cafe

5 Bay Street West

JR's Midway Cafe

15379 Telephone Road

Kailey’s Kafe

6 Loyalist Drive

Lola’s Coffee House

74 Main Street

McDonald’s

15355 Telephone Road

Pasta Bar

23 Prince Edward Street

Rosie’s Family Restaurant

1 Prince Edward Street

The Smokehouse Eatery & Pub

6 Oliphant Street

Subway

64 Elizabeth Street

Tim Hortons

153 Elizabeth Street

Vito’s Pizzeria

36 Prince Edward Street

The Whistling Duck

75 Harbour Street

Zack’s Diner

46 Prince Edward Street

CRAMAHE

ADDRESS

The Big Apple

262 Orchard Drive, Colborne

Gilligan’s Pub/Queen’s Hotel

4 King Street East, Colborne

The Golden Rooster

5 Toronto Road, Colborne

Pizza Amore

29 King Street East, Colborne

Tim Hortons

289 Big Apple Drive, Colborne

Vito’s Restaurant & Pizzeria

48A King Street East, Colborne

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CONTACT

WEB

289-274-6634

www.seventyeightonmain.com

613-439-8704

www.facebook.com/bakersdozen223

613-475-8888

www.facebook.com/fishandchipbrighton

613-475-8833 613-475-5565

www.thegablesrestaurant.net

613-475-6260

www.gosport.ca

613-475-4440

www.facebook.com/JR’s-Midway-Cafe

613-475-3583

www.kaileyskafe.ca

613-475-0711

www.lolascoffeehouse.com

613-475-3916

www.mcdonalds.ca

613-475-1718

www.pastabar.ca

613-475-4705

www.facebook.com/rosiesfamily

613-475-3005

www.thesmokehouseeatery.com

613-475-5553

www.subway.com

613-475-3033

www.timhortons.com

613-475-3676/0568

www.vitosbrighton.ca

613-475-4142

www.whistlingduck.ca

613-475-0009

www.ruralroutes.com/zacksdiner

CONTACT

WEB

905-355-2574

www.thebigapple.ca

905-355-2840 905-355-3705

905-355-3000

www.facebook.com/Pizza-Amore

905-355-1470

www.timhortons.com

905-355-3222

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harBOurVieW Marina

613 475 6260 www.gosport.ca

parties & groups welcome!

5 BaY st. W., BriGhtOn, On

LOcaL Wine, Beer, fOOD

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

tHe WHiStling Duck reStaurant formerly known as Dougalls on the Bay

Fabulous Food stunning Views oF Presqu’ile bay From our waterFront Patios oPen daily For lunch & dinner licensed

75 HarBour St. BrigHton

613.475.4142

www.whistlingduck.ca

For reservations or take-out:

613-475-0568 or 613-475-3676 36 prince edward street, brighton

www.vitosbrighton.ca

Independently owned since 1977 • Pride in home made cooking Featuring classic Italian, Canadian and one-of-a-kind dishes seasonal patio

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authentic home made pizza our specialty

Great drink & wine list

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Weekday features & weekend specials


613-475-9777

UNDER NEW OWNERSHIP ALL DAY BREAKFAST HOMEMADE SOUPS BREAKFAST SKILLETS & WRAPS FRESH cUT FRUIT

HOMESTYLE COOKING MADE TO ORDER

OPEN DAILY AT 7AM INCLUDING ALL HOLIDAYS 8 LOYALIST Dr. UNIT 6, BrIGHTON

Let Sobeys help you with meal solutions • From our deli-ready prepared meals to our fresh produce and meat or our in-store bakery, we have everything to inspire you. Deli • • •

Rotissserie chicken Ready to go meals Prepared salads

Bakery • • • •

Fresh bread, buns Cookies & Muffins Store made cakes Celebration cakes

Meat •

Our in-store butcher will cut your roast or steak the way you want or help with your selection

Seafood • •

Fresh seafood always in store We will steam your lobster for you

Brighton Sobeys 14 Main Street Brighton

Monday - Friday • 8 am to 9 pm | Saturday - Sunday • 8 am to 8 pm

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Accommodations BRIGHTON

ADDRESS

Brighton Inn

40 Young Street

Burken Bed & Breakfast

14257 County Road #2

Presqu’ile Beach Motel

243 Main Street

Presqu’ile Point Bed & Breakfast

109 Bayshore Road

Presqu’ile View Bed & Breakfast

127 Harbour Street

Timber House Country Inn

116 Cedardale Road

CRAMAHE

ADDRESS

Colborne Guest House

60 Toronto Street, Colborne

Loughbreeze Bay Retreat

105 Victoria Beach Road, Colborne

The

Brighton inn old world charm & convenient location in the heart of Brighton • private ensuites • guest lounge • gourmet-style breakfast • variety of packages: Golf, Dinner, Getaway CheCk our website for more Details

www.brightoninn.com 613-475-9706 1-888-895-5807

40 Young St. | Brighton, on

relax@brightoninn.com Member of Resorts of Ontario / BBCanada

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CONTACT

WEB

613-475-9706

www.brightoninn.com

613-475-5267/8

www.burken.ca

613-475-1010

www.presquilebeachmotel.com

905-376-1944 613-475-9887

www.presquileview.com

613-475-3304

www.timberhouse.net

CONTACT

WEB

416-619-7589

www.colborneguesthouse.ca

905-355-1487

www.loughbreezebay.com

Local Campgrounds & RV Parks It’s always wise to call ahead to confirm availability.

BRIGHTON

ADDRESS

CONTACT

WEB

Brighton KOA

15051 Telephone Rd

613-475-2186

brightonkoa.com

Camp Barcovan

113 Carter Rd

613-475-1355

cedarcovecampground.com

Cedar Cove Campground

79 Carter Rd

613-475-1620

killamleisureliving.com/cedardale

Cedardale Campground

107A Cedardale Rd

613-475-1105

North Shore RV Park

1675 Cty Rd 64

613-475-2036

northshorepark.com

Presqu’ile Provincial Park

328 Presqu’ile Pkwy

613-475-4324

ontarioparks.com/park/presquile

Wellers Bay Campground

65 Carter Rd

613-475-3113

CRAMAHE

ADDRESS

CONTACT

Castleton Hills RV Park

103 Park Rd, Castleton 905-344-7838

Salem Woods Trailer Park

WEB

castletonhills.com

905-355-3826

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Farm Fresh Markets

These roadside markets are open in season. Lots of treasures can be found by visiting our local farmers.

BRIGHTON

ADDRESS

CONTACT

Banbury Farms (Blueberries)

14764 Little Lake Road

613-475-2630

Charlen Organic Farm

52 Grandview Road

613-475-4017

Cheer Farms

365 Main Street

613-475-1717

Coates Orchards

639 County Road 30

613-475-1685

Cricklewood Farm

3km west of Brighton on County Rd 2

613-475-4293

Dunnett Orchards

143 Dundas Street

613-475-0465

Marina & Pete’s Greenhouses Inc.

278 Boes Road

613-475-9033

Rainbow Terrace Greenhouse & Garden

455 Loomis Road, Codrington

613-475-9435

CRAMAHE

ADDRESS

CONTACT

The Brickhouse Farm

13113 County Road 21, Colborne

905-344-7767

Deleeuw Orchards

11922 County Road 2, Colborne

905-396-5360

HiLo Farm

13944 County Road 2, Colborne

905-355-3632

Jackson Family Farm

887 Purdy Road, Colborne

905-355-2689

Kelly’s Strawberries

12715 County Road 2, Colborne

905-355-1047

Knight’s Appleden Fruit Ltd

11687 County Road 2, Colborne

905-349-2521

Pieter’s Appleyard

13516 County Road 2, Colborne

905-355-5725

Piper Creek Farms

285 Jakobi Road, Castleton

905-344-1100

Rutherford’s Farm & Roadside Market

205 King Street East, Colborne

905-355-3024

Wicklow Way Farm

188 Lakeport Road, Colborne

905-355-5260

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Scenic Tour – Brighton-Cramahe Region

Scenic Tour – Brighton-Cramahe Region

Driving time: 2 hrs Distance: 106 kms

1-866-401-EAST (3278)

For more details or a free booklet of other tours please telephone

Driving time: 2 hrs Distance: 106 kms For more details or a free booklet of other tours please telephone

1-866-401-EAST (3278)

Style ...starts here

C O U N T R Y

C A N D Y

~ Handmade Gourmet Sweets ~

Collections . . . Red Coral . . . Neon Buddha . . . Cut Loose

Try our own mouthwatering Gelato or Kawartha Dairy’s Premium ice cream. Also, experience our own Bellissima Belgian chocolate truffles, crunchy brittles, specialty nuts and much, much more.

...and so much more!

Accessories . . . Fashion Handbags . . . Unique Jewelry . . . Hats & Scarves

Summer Hours: End of June to Labour Day 7 Days a Week • 10am to 8pm

7 Prince Edward St., Brighton 613-475-5644 www.mrsb.ca • mrsb@bellnet.ca 23 Main St., brighton 613.475.6275 www.dragonflybrighton.com

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DAVIS REPAIR LIMITED Automotive Repair & Maintenance

JOHN MATTHYSSE

Tel: 613-475-2263 Fax: 613-475-5966

Birding Supply Store

15411 #2 HWY., R.R.3 BRIGHTON, ONTARIO K0K 1H0

Northumberland HOME CHECK Services

“I look after your HOME while you are away!”

Serving Cobourg & Area Since 2013 BOB PERKINS Ph: 289-252-0647 Cell: 289-691-4001 bperk1218@cogeco.ca

www.northumberlandhomecheckservices.com

Indoor and Outdoor Décor.. Gift Ideas for Every Occasion! Located at 15669 Hwy 2 just 4km east of downtown Brighton

613-475-4183

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Discover the wonders of nature at a local Conservation Area Proudly Canadian Owned and Operated

Pare’s

Home Hardware 11 Oliphant Street Brighton, ON

613-475-2471

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LOWER TRENT C O N S E R V A T I O N  

www.ltc.on.ca 613.394.4829

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Ian Roy sings hits of the

50’s 60’s and 70’s For information: Phone: 613-475-5442 Email: ianroysings@gmail.com

Business Cards Banners invoiCes Letterhead notepads LaBeLs enveLopes Logo design Laminating Brochures digitaL Copies cheQues raffLe tickets posters newsLetters Bookmarks magazines canvas prints & Much More office: 613-475-2927 • toLL free: 1-800-339-5662 www.willowpublishing.com • info@willowpublishing.com

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THOMPSON LAW OFFICE bArrISTErS & SOLICITOrS NOTArIES PubLIC

BRIGHTON

Sept. 21 - 24, 2017 Visit our website brightonapplefest.ca or our Facebook page to view a list of events. Watch for updates!

613-475-0670 /BrightonApplefest applefest@brighton.ca

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Criminal-Civil, Commercial & Corporate Law • Divorce and Family Law • Wills and Estates • Municipal Law (Severance, Zoning, Subdivision) • Legal Aid

DANIEL J. THOMPSON, b.A., LLb. P.O. Box 40, 67 Main St. Brighton, ON K0K 1H0 Tel: 613-475-1175 • Fax: 613-475-4012 E-mail: daniel@danielthompsonlaw.ca

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A Little Bit of Country... A Whole Lot of Fun ! new Actvities! FREE ADMISSION! Pie Factory & Bakery ~ Freshly baked daily! ~ NEW ACTIVITY! Smokehouse Restaurant with authentic, southern-style BBQ smokers on-site! Country Gift & Souvenir Shop NEW Pub with Terrace & 401 Cider Brewery

FREE ACTIVITIES!

• Apple Observatory • Train Ride • Mini-Putt • Ping Pong • Petting Zoo & much more! EXCITING, WHIMSICAL & DECADENT SHOPPES!

BIRTHDAY PARTY PACKAGES AVAILABLE!

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905.355.2574

262 Orchard Drive, Colborne, ON Exit 497 OFF Highway 401

ICE CREAM IN 16 FLAVOURS!

For kids of all ages!

something for everyone! OPEN daily - YEAR ROUND!

Roseneath Carousel

Sundays 1-3 pm Victoria Day weekend to Thanksgiving www.roseneathcarousel.com

Rumble & Chrome on 45 July 23 - 9 am - 3 pm www.roseneathfair.com visit - Show N’ Shine

Roseneath Pro Rodeo

“sanctioned event” August 26 and 27 www.roseneathrodeo.com

149th Roseneath Fair September 22, 23,and 24 www.roseneathfair.com EMAIL: ROSENEATHFAIR@XPLORNET.COM 905-352-3778

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2017/2018 Brighton-Cramahe Official Visitors’ Guide