Campbellford’s Old Mill Park Dock is a must-stop location on the Trent-Severn, just a one-day cruise from Lock 1 at Lake Ontario. Located between locks 11/12 and 13, right in the heart of Campbellford. So much to do and see you’ll want to take advantage of the Trail Town Special – Stay 2 nights, 3rd night free.
Several restaurants to choose from, with outdoor seating or enjoy air-conditioned comfort. Experience Dooher’s voted Canada’s Sweetest Bakery. You’ll see attractions like the Giant $2 Coin, the Ranney Gorge Suspension Bridge or the Aron Theatre, an independent community-based
Time your trip to enjoy Wednesday night Melodies at the Mill, the Campbellford Farmers Market on Wednesday and Saturday mornings. Celebrate Canada’s Birthday on July 1 with an early morning pancake breakfast. The first weekend in July is the antique classic car and motorcycle show Chrome on the Canal. Savour the local flavours second weekend in July at the Incredible Edibles Festival
Bike the Rotary Trail, or discover the trails in Ferris Provincial Park. If you are looking for a one-of-a-kind experience, a short taxi ride to Westben Concerts at The Barn.
Of course all the amenities you would expect for an overnight stay, with 30 and 50 amp power, shower facilities, potable water and WiFi. Plus a few extra’s with an on-site fresh herb and vegetable garden or World’s Finest Chocolate samples – our version of
Old Mill Park Docking is operated by the Trent Hills Chamber of Commerce at 51 Grand Road, Campbellford. Overnight mooring along the core wall, with 30 amp on the West Wall and 30/50 amp on the East Wall. Availability based on a first come first served basis.