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Bobcaygeon Inn Resturant, on the water, just outside the Main drag with great food and bar. In Bobcaygeon a 20 min. ride.
restaurants with patios (EL-Patio, Bobcaygeon Inn patio is right on the water, and 72 Bolton Sports Cafe) Bobcaygeon Beach and lift locks Bigleys Shoe and clothing store Ice Cream Store Bobcaygeon's downtown strip is fantastic for a family outing for shopping and eating!
They have beautiful beaches & people can go and dive in the lake with sand bottom
Made famous by the Tragically Hip song, this is a charming town with all the amenities including food and hardware stores and lovely cafe's. It's nice to walk downtown. Find the Mac & Cheese place!
Bobcaygeon is a trail town along the Trent -Severn Waterway National Historic Site of Canada
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“A great park nearby with water access for swimming, lounging on the beach, boating, fishing, canoeing, kayaking, or renting a paddle boat. Balsam Lake is part of the historic Trent-Severn Waterway, a 386-kilometre-long canal route connecting Lake Ontario to Georgian Bay. The park also has access to hiking trails.”
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“Devil's Elbow, in business since 1963, is one of the few remaining family operated ski areas in Ontario. Known for offering some of the finest snow conditions and longest ski seasons in Ontario, Devil's Elbow offers 14 runs including the East & West Glades and 2 terrain parks on 90 skiable acres. ”
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“The historic Kirkfield Lift Lock. The Kirkfield Lift Lock is located a few kilometres north of the Village of Kirkfield, Ontario. The Kirkfield Lift Lock is the second highest hydraulic lift lock in the world with a lift of 15 metres (49 ft). The lock is situated at the highest point along the Waterway at 256.20 meters (840.5 ft) above sea level.”
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“quante town with nice boutiques and antique stores. Restaurants, the Falls and of course, the famous Kawartha Dairy Icecream shop”
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