Fenelon Falls is located at Lock 34 on the Trent-Severn Waterway, between Cameron Lake and Sturgeon Lake. The town is about a two-hour drive northeast of Toronto and is surrounded by beautiful lakes and forests.
Charming and picturesque downtown
Many local shopping and dining options
Variety of outdoor activities: boating, fishing, hiking, and swimming,
Fenelon Falls Conservation Area
The lifestyle in Fenelon Falls is relaxed and laid-back, with a strong sense of community. The town has a small population of around 1,800 year-round residents that balloons considerably in the summer months, with cottages and visitors to the area.
Fenelon Falls has a variety of dining, entertainment, and shopping options to suit every taste and budget. Visitors can enjoy the view of the falls and the Trent Severn Waterway at The Locker on The Falls, or Murphy’s Lockside Pub. Enjoy a sweet treat at The Little Pie Shack. Spend the afternoon enjoying a pint while watching the boats pass through the locks at the Fenelon Brewery, or if you are looking for something a bit more upscale, Ziraldo’s is the place for casual dining. Spend your days enjoying one of the many community festivals, take in a show at the Grove Theatre, or enjoy a round of golf at Byrnell Golf Club.
Shopping options in Fenelon Falls range from local boutiques and shops offering handmade crafts and artisanal goods to larger chain stores and supermarkets. Be sure to stop in at The Butterfly Boutique, a meticulously curated collection of ladies wear, or Curious? or Barn and Bunkie for local art, home decor and gifts.