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The Kawartha Land Trust
The Kawartha Land Trust (KLT) works with landowners and partners to conserve the natural environment and cultural heritage in the Kawartha region. We help to increase stewardship and foster better decision-making to sustain our natural environment and to leave a legacy for future generations.
The Boyd Heritage Museum
The Boyd Heritage Museum has been established to preserve and exhibit, artifacts that explain how Bobcaygeon and the Kawarthas were developed and influenced by Mossom Boyd, his family and their enterprises.
Canada’s most unique movie theater! The 4000 sq. ft. museum houses the largest collection of motion picture projectors and associated paraphernalia in the country.
The Bobcaygeon Music Council
The Bobcaygeon Music Council Inc. is a charitable organization. Our projects support:
Bursaries to local music students and musicians
Music workshops in local school
Winter/spring concert series
Concerts in the Park, free summer concerts
Visit Fenelon Falls -The Jewel of the Kawartha Lakes!
Please visit this site to find out what awaits you in Fenelon Falls.
This is the Marshall Homes web site for Port 32. Port 32 is a community of beautiful retirement homes set on the shores of Pigeon Lake in Bobcaygeon in the heart of the Kawarthas.
BOBCAYGEON CURLING CLUB
It’s cool to curl!
Sheffield Greens Golf Club
Sheffield Greens is a 9 hole public golf course located just north of the Village of Bobcaygeon along the north shore of Pigeon Lake, in the Kawartha Lakes.
Olde Gaol Museum
Victoria County historical Society – Lindsay, ON
Picture This Canada
Picture This successfully merges these demands for you with a functional, affordable, yet fun medium.
Great summer theatre
Horseless Carriage Museum
Horseless Carriage is a non-profit museum of early transportation and mechanical antiquities. Privately owned and operated by the Bennett family, the museum started as an attempt to preserve Canadian history.
Once a thriving family farm, the ten acres of Kawartha Settlers’ Village is now home to a fascinating collection of historic homes and buildings. Experience what life was like for pioneers in the Kawarthas as you stroll leisurely through the Village.