Trent Hills is a beautiful region made of three communities with distinct personalities and attractions.
Arts and culture, outdoor adventure, or small-town charm, there’s something for everyone to enjoy.
Hastings is a popular destination for outdoor enthusiasts, known for its excellent fishing and boating opportunities. Explore the village's historic downtown core, which features unique shops, restaurants and attractions such as the Hastings Heritage Trail and Pisces Pete.
Warkworth is a picturesque village that exudes small-town charm. Surrounded by rolling hills and farmland, Warkworth boasts a thriving arts community. Explore quaint shops, cafes and galleries, or have a picnic on the Millennium Trail, the venue for the annual Warkworth Lilac Festival.
Campbellford is known for attractions like the suspension bridge and giant $2 coin. With a vibrant downtown core, Campbellford offers a wide range of shopping and dining options. The Westben Summer Music Festival is famous for its world-class "Music in Nature" concert experiences.
There is lots to see and do in Trent Hills.
Craft the perfect autumn adventure with a visit to Trent Hills. From mid-September to Thanksgiving weekend, experience the magic of the changing seasons with our fall driving tours.
Trent Hills offers a range of exciting and unique experiences for visitors. With picturesque landscapes, charming towns, and rich history, it’s the perfect destination for those seeking a peaceful getaway or a fun-filled outdoor adventure. Explore the Trent-Severn Waterway and the breathtaking views of the Trent River. From awe-inspiring attractions to unique cultural and seasonal events, inspiring destinations are within your reach.
Trent Hills can be easily accessed from Toronto, Ottawa, and Kingston, as it is located at the crossroads of major highways including Highway 401, 416, and 407. The drive time from Toronto is approximately 1.5 hours, from Ottawa is approximately 2 hours, and from Kingston is approximately 1 hour and 20 minutes.