Lindsay is the largest community in the Kawartha Lakes. It is located on the Scugog River, which flows into Lake Scugog from Sturgeon Lake. The town is about a 90-minute drive northeast of Toronto and is surrounded by beautiful lakes, forests, and scenic landscapes.
Vibrant and dynamic town
Charming Downtown with unique shops and restaurants
Variety of outdoor activities: hiking, biking, fishing, and boating
City amenities with small town feel
Ken Reid Conservation Area
Emily Provincial Park
The lifestyle in Lindsay is varied and diverse, with something for everyone. The town has a population of around 20,000 people. Lindsay is also home to a number of festivals and events throughout the year, such as the annual Lindsay Agricultural Fair and the Downtown Lindsay Farmers Market.
Lindsay has a variety of dining, entertainment, and shopping options to suit every taste and budget. Visitors can enjoy a meal at one of the local restaurants, such as the Pie Eyed Monk Brewery or Gusto Grande, or grab a drink at one of the town's many bars and pubs. For entertainment, visitors can catch a movie at the retro Century 3 Cinema, or a live performance at the Academy Theatre. Shopping options in Lindsay range from local boutiques and shops along the historic and charming downtown Kent Street, like Sweet Annies and Unwrapped, offering handmade crafts and artisanal goods, to larger chain stores and supermarkets.