Melissa and Mary Visit Campbellford

Campbellford TrailTown Logo 300wCampbellford is proud to be a designated Trail Town on the Trent-Severn Waterway. The Village of Hastings also shares this special status. A Trail Town is a destination along a long-distance trail. Our trail is not a land trail, it is a waterway trail. Along the waterway, our Trail Town communities welcome visitors travelling by motor vehicle, boat, paddle, foot, and bicycle with warm hospitality and pride of place. Trail Towns support trail visitor needs with overnight accommodations, food and retail opportunities, activities, and attractions. 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.

Melissa and Mary started their visit at the Trent Hills Visitor Information Centre, where they found directions to all the unique destinations within reach in this community!

The Ranney Gorge Suspension Bridge is a Campbellford highlight! Put this spot on your road trip bucket list for next season!

Melissa and Mary found gourmet restaurants, unique shops, delicious baked goods, and lots of options for presents and stocking stuffers for the holiday season!

“The Aron” is a beloved theatre in Campbellford, Ontario. It was opened as a purpose-built cinema on November 15, 1947. Over the decades, people have enjoyed films, concerts, and other social events at the theatre. On June 30, 2010, the Aron Theatre Co-operative was incorporated, and a year later, it purchased the business.

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