Trent Severn Waterway

Campbellford waterfront

  Trent Severn Waterway Boating along the Trent Severn Waterway has been a pastime for visitors for many years. However the waterway is not just for visitors in a boat, you can also visit by land. Many lock stations offer tent camping for visitors or a launch location for a paddling excursion. The Trent Severn Waterway has concrete steps for… Continue Reading Trent Severn Waterway

Hastings Village Marina

Hastings Village Marina 5 Dit Clapper Drive, Hastings, ON 705-696-3226 • 1-800-268-4561 Email The Marina offers 64 slips for seasonal and transient docking  for boaters on the Trent-Severn Waterway.  The modern, state-of-the-art marina is located at the mouth of Rice Lake close at Lock 18 and within walking distance to the charming Village of Hastings – the Hub of the Trent. Seasonal… Continue Reading Hastings Village Marina

Hastings Pisces Park

Hastings Pisces Pete

Dit Clapper Drive, Hastings, Ontario Hastings Pisces Park features Pisces Pete, a giant fish sculpture that marks the significance of fishing in Hastings. Pisces Pete is a Walleye that measures 12 feet long stands 12 feet tall crafted in stainless steel.  The designer, Canadian artist Bill Lishman, chose the species as it represents the most popular for local fishermen and… Continue Reading Hastings Pisces Park

Trails in Trent Hills Ontario

Ferris Provincial Park

Millennium Trail Main Street, Warkworth ON Take in a panorama of tree-covered drumlins, uplands and valleys on this 2.6 km trail that meanders alongside Mill Creek. This trail is lined with  300 lilac plantings showcasing 73 unique varieties producing an abundance of blooms beginning in mid-May. The trail is one of the venues for the Warkworth Lilac Festival that begins on… Continue Reading Trails in Trent Hills Ontario


Westben Arts Festival Theatre

The Barn: 6698 County Road 30, Campbellford, ON The Clock Tower Cultural Centre (Box Office): 36 Front St. S., Campbellford ON 705-653-5508 • 1-877-883-5777 Westben Concerts at The Barn…Experience Music in a Natural Setting! See what’s on AT THE BARN or AT THE CLOCK TOWER. Nestled amongst the peaceful hills of Northumberland County, ninety minutes east of Toronto, 3km… Continue Reading Westben

Ranney Gorge Suspension Bridge

Ranney Gorge Suspension Bridge

Access point #1, Ferris Provincial Park: 474 County Rd. 8, Campbellford, Ontario (park fees apply) Access point #2, adjacent to Locks 11/12: 15 Trent Dr, Campbellford, Ontario. Use this entrance in the winter months (44.2926° N, 77.8011° W) The Ranney Gorge Suspension Bridge is open daily year round. Located within Ferris Provincial Park, is a great destination for an easy… Continue Reading Ranney Gorge Suspension Bridge

Ferris Provincial Park


474 County Road 8, Campbellford, Ontario 705-653-3575 Park Map Located just outside of Campbellford Ontario, Ferris Provincial Park is camping the way you remember it. The park has 163 large spacious and leafy sites, unspoiled acres of woods and river banks to be explored. The park includes 20 electrical sites and improved trails! Trails open summer and winter. Local townspeople who make… Continue Reading Ferris Provincial Park

Canada’s Giant $2 Coin

Old Mill Park, Campbellford Ontario 705-653-1551 • 1-888-653-1556 Located in the Old Mill Park with the majestic Trent River as its back-drop, the present two dollar coin or “Toonie”, was built in 2001 to recognize the efforts of a local artist who created the polar bear that was used on the coin. The $2 Coin stands 27 feet (8.2 metres) high and… Continue Reading Canada’s Giant $2 Coin

Trent Hills Visitor Centre

Trent Hills Visitor Centre, Campbellford, Trent Hills, Ontario

Trent Hills Visitor Centre 51 Grand Road, Campbellford, ON 705-653-1551 • 1-800-653-1556 Your first stop when visiting Trent Hills can be the Trent Hills Visitor Centre, located along the Trent Severn Waterway and Old Mill Park (beside Canada’s Giant $2 Coin) Local brochures, maps and suggestions for Key Attractions in Trent Hills Ontario brochures Provincial brochures Restroom facilities Waterfront park… Continue Reading Trent Hills Visitor Centre

Fun on the Water in Trent Hills

Campbellford waterfront

Swimming With all of the water we have flowing through Trent Hills, there are many different places to cool off in the summer months. Crowe River/Crowe Bridge Park – This day-use park is the perfect spot to spend on a warm day. Located at 670 Crowe River Road in Campbellford, the weir dam creates the perfect place for people of all… Continue Reading Fun on the Water in Trent Hills