Bobcaygeon is a small town located between SturgeonLake and Pigeon Lake, in the Kawarthas. It is situated on the Trent-Severn Waterway, and a popular destination for boating and fishing. The town is about a two-hour drive northeast of Toronto and a 45-minute drive northwest of Peterborough.
Charming small-town feel,
An abundance of outdoor activities: hiking, camping, fishing, and water sports.
Historic Lock 32 on the Trent-Severn Waterway,
The lifestyle in Bobcaygeon is vibrant and eclectic, with a strong sense of community. The town has a small population of around 3,500 year-round residents and many more in the summer months, when the community comes alive with cottagers, boaters and visitors to the area.
Bobcaygeon has a number of dining options, ranging from casual cafes and pubs to upscale restaurants. Some popular spots include Just for the Halibut, and The Bobcaygeon Inn And The Royal Moose Grill & Waterfront Patio. Relax and unwind on the patio at Old Dog Brewing Co., or pick up a snack to go at Trent Lakes Cheese, or Cake by the Lake.
In terms of entertainment, the town has plenty to do, such as take in a live performance at the Globus Theatre, or tour Kawartha Settlers Village, which showcases the local history and culture. Maybe you would rather take in a round of golf or pamper yourself at the spa at Eganridge Golf Club? If shopping is more your speed, wander down Bolton Street and take in the many unique shops. A canít miss is Bigleyís. And of course, finish off your adventure with Kawartha Dairy Ice Cream - the best there is (we arenít biased at all!)