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Campbellford Outdoor Pool

The municipal swimming pool is operated by the YMCA Northumberland and is located at 21 Ranney Street in Campbellford. It offers public swimming, wading pool, aquafit and swim lessons and organizes a recreational swimming team. There are open and lane swim times daily from June 17 to September 2. Download the 2024 schedule here.

Telephone: 705-653-1900

Crowe River, Campbellford, Trent Hills, Ontario

Crowe Bridge Park

670 Crowe River Road, Campbellford
This day-use park is the perfect spot to spend on a warm day. The weir dam creates the perfect place for people of all ages to enjoy the water. The shale rock provides different levels for visitors to wade through the water or jump right in. Picnic tables are available. The park is open Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays from May 17 to Labour Day weekend from 10 am to 7 pm. Open daily beginning June 28. Entrance is $5 per person for all visitors age 5 and older. Resident passes are available for $50 at the Municipal Office and the Hastings Field House, with proof of residency (municipal tax bill or driver’s license). PLEASE NOTE: When the park reaches capacity, staff will not permit additional visitors to enter.

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Hastings Beach

The Village of Hastings offers a sandy beach, on the south side of the Trent River where it flows from Rice Lake. You may even see a Great Blue Heron, muskrat or a beaver while you swim.

Campbellford Splash Pad in Kennedy Park in Trent Hills Ontario

Kennedy Park

This multi-purpose park has a playground, splash pad, skate park, and soccer fields—everything a family needs for a fun and active day out. Located at 167 Saskatoon Avenue in Campbellford and within walking distance of downtown Campbellford. Ample parking and washroom facility, plus a canteen during the summer months.