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 its three communities – Campbellford, Hastings and Warkworth – have to offer: calendars filled with special events, a slew of wonderful attractions, dozens of spots where you can rest and relax or experience the great outdoors, and ample choices for shopping and dining.
Trent Hills is located in Northumberland County, two hours east of Toronto, in Ontario, Canada.
Eat, Sleep and Have Fun
The Great Outdoors
Hike and bike on trails, dip a line in the water (or more than your toes), hit a ball around a golf course, cross a suspension bridge with a breath-taking view – there’s so much to keep yourself busy that you’ll want to stay longer.
Arts & Entertainment
If arts are your fancy, prepare to have it tickled, by local artisans and artists, whose touch of hand transform wood, glass, paint and canvas, and by singers and musicians known around the world who perform at Westben each summer.
Give your taste buds a workout in Trent Hills, whether it’s at a cafe, a restaurant, a bakery, an outlet store for chocolate, a cheese factory or a micro-brewery. There are also farm gates and farmers’ markets, and a sugar bush or two.
Allow yourself plenty of time to shop in leisure for clothes, giftware, hardware, glassware, furniture, jewelry, books, flowers – whatever it is you desire or require. Buying for yourself and for others will never be more enjoyable.
Places to Stay
There are places to go and then there are places to stay, whether it’s on the water or in among trees – resorts, cottages, guest houses, guest suites and guest what, much more, including bed and breakfasts, inns and numerous campsites.
Not a month goes by there isn’t an event to pique your interest, from a Polar Plunge at the start of the year to parades for Santa Claus at the end. In between there are festivals, fairs, concerts, contests — and a really long lunch.
Campbellford is a beautiful riverside community nestled along the banks of the Trent Severn Waterway. Visit by car or boat, and discover unique shops, dining and so much more.
Warkworth is that unique blend of friendly country village and uptown style. Cosseted by seven picturesque hills, its both a farming community and a centre for the arts.
Hastings is situated on the Trent River at the mouth of Rice Lake, popular with anglers and pleasure boaters. A pleasant combination of hometown atmosphere on a world class waterway.
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