The City of the Kawartha Lakes is a cluster of villages and small towns that were united under one name a few years ago. Since then, the unique cultures of each individual area have been able to compliment each other under the unified name of Kawartha Lakes. Welcome to our villages! This is where we grew up and we hope you find as much pleasure here as we do!
Things to Do and See:
Academy Theatre, Lindsay: Opened to rave reviews in 1893, this historic theatre was saved in the 1960s from demolition by concerned community members. Today, the theatre is a hub of theatrical energy year round.
Boyd Heritage Museum, Bobcaygeon: The Boyd family was one of the first and most prominent families to settle in Bobcaygeon. Visit the museum to find out more about their history and Bobcaygeon's.
Fenelon Falls Museum,Fenelon Falls: Located near Garnet Graham Park in the historical Mayboro house, this museum offers a visual history of Fenelon Falls and its surrounding area and also hosts many summer events including teas and a one room schoolhouse camp.
Globus Theatre, Bobcaygeon: Formerly the Lakeview Banquet Hall, Globus Theatre opened in 2006 to rave reviews. Check out their Web site for the 2008 line-up.
The Lindsay Gallery, Lindsay: A gallery committed to displaying and supporting local artists with a collection that can be viewed at the Lindsay Public Library.
Victoria County Historical Society: For many, the City of Kawartha Lakes is full of history to be discovered. Check out the Historical Society's Web site for more information on our history and historical buildings open to the public.
Kawartha Lakes Boat Cruises, Fenelon Falls: Take a relaxing ride from Fenelon to Bobcaygeon on the Kawartha Spirit. Dinner cruises are also available.
Settler's Village, Bobcaygeon: This historical site offers guided tours full of information about the history of Bobcaygeon and the surrounding area.
Forbert Memorial Pool, Bobcaygeon: The pool offers fitness and fun swims, as well as private and semi-private swimming lessons.
Central Ontario Loop Trail: The Loop Trail is 450 km long and opened for all 12 months of the year. It exists throughout Central Ontario and is open to hikers, mountain bikers, snowmobilers, equestrians, and more. Visit their Web site for maps and more information.
Movie Listings: You can find every type of movie theatre in the Kawarthas. Click on the links to find out what is playing this week.