Experience Trent Hills



Our Communities

Trent Hills is a beautiful region that is made of three communities with distinct personalities and attractions. Whether you’re looking for arts and culture, outdoor adventure, or small-town charm, there’s something for everyone to enjoy.


Campbellford is a vibrant community located in the heart of Trent Hills, situated on the banks of the Trent River. Known for its charming downtown core, Campbellford offers a wide range of shopping and dining options, as well as cultural attractions such as the renowned Westben Centre for Connection and Creativity Through Music.


Warkworth, located about 20 minutes South-West of Campbellford, is a picturesque village that exudes small-town charm. Surrounded by rolling hills and farmland, Warkworth boasts a thriving arts community and is home to many artisans and craftspeople. Visitors can explore the town's quaint shops, cafes, and galleries, or take a stroll along the scenic Mill Creek.


Hastings, situated at the Northern edge of Trent Hills, is a quaint village that overlooks the Trent River. Known for its excellent fishing and boating opportunities, Hastings is a popular destination for outdoor enthusiasts. Explore the village's historic downtown core, which features unique shops, restaurants, and attractions such as the Hastings Heritage Trail & Lock 18 Park.

What's New and Happening

There is lots to see and do in Trent Hills.

Trent Hills Pride

From June 1 to 11, visit Trent Hills for a celebration of love, diversity, and acceptance at Trent Hills Pride! Experience a variety of colourful events throughout Campbellford, Hastings, and Warkworth, including the Rocky Horror Picture Show at the Aron Theatre on June 8 and the Pet Pride Parade on June 10. Join in on the fun with the Pride Car-Avan and the Pride Festival at Old Mill Park on June 11. We can't wait to celebrate with you!

Melissa and Mary Visit Campbellford

Melissa and Mary visited Campbellford this fall to let you in on what this Trent-Severn Trail Town has to offer. A beautiful town to visit by boat, car, or bike! Here are some of the highlights of their tour.

Warkworth Golf Course, Trent Hills, Ontario

Let the Golfing Season Begin!

Experience the joy of golfing in the picturesque landscapes of Trent Hills. Our renowned golf courses offer a unique blend of challenge and tranquillity, perfect for golfers of all skill levels. Whether you're a seasoned pro or a beginner, Trent Hills provides an unmatched golfing experience.

Discover Trent Hills

Trent Hills, located in Northumberland County, Ontario, offers a range of exciting and unique experiences for visitors. With its picturesque landscapes, charming towns, and rich history, Trent Hills is the perfect destination for those seeking a peaceful getaway or a fun-filled adventure. Visitors can explore the Trent-Severn Waterway, which offers breathtaking views of the Trent River and its many islands. The area is also home to several parks and conservation areas, including Ferris Provincial Park and the Ranney Gorge Suspension Bridge, where visitors can hike, picnic, and take in the stunning natural scenery.


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.