2 days in Kawartha Lakes Itinerary

2 days in Kawartha Lakes Itinerary

Created using Inspirock Kawartha Lakes travel planner

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Fenelon Falls
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Fenelon Falls

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Fenelon Falls is a village in Ontario, Canada, part of the city of Kawartha Lakes. On the 26th (Sun), admire the sheer force of Lock 34 & Fenelon Waterall, walk around Balsam Lake Provincial Park, and then see the interesting displays at Horseless Carriage Museum. On the 27th (Mon), you'll have a packed day of sightseeing: admire nature's extreme beauty at The Little Pie Shack, make a trip to Kawartha Settlers' Village, then relax in the rural setting at Dromoland Orchard & Stables, and finally look for all kinds of wild species at Ken Reid Conservation Area.

To see maps, more things to do, where to stay, and other tourist information, go to the Fenelon Falls journey maker website.

Toronto to Fenelon Falls is an approximately 2-hour car ride. Traveling from Toronto in July, expect nights in Fenelon Falls to be about the same, around 19°C, while days are a bit cooler, around 27°C. Finish up your sightseeing early on the 27th (Mon) so you can travel back home.

Things to do in Fenelon Falls

Parks · Nature · Wildlife · Museums

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Kawartha Lakes travel guide

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The city of Kawartha Lakes is a unitary municipality in Central Ontario, Canada. It is a municipality legally structured as a single-tier city; however, Kawartha Lakes is the size of a typical Ontario county and is mostly rural. It is the second largest single-tier municipality in Ontario by land area.The main population centres are the communities of Bobcaygeon, Fenelon Falls, Lindsay, Omemee and Woodville.HistoryThe city's name comes from the name of the Kawartha lakes. The term Kawartha is an anglicization of the word Ka-wa-tha (from Ka-wa-tae-gum-maug or Gaa-waategamaag, meaning), a word coined in 1895 by aboriginal Martha Whetung of the Curve Lake First Nations. The word meant "land of reflections" in the Anishinaabe language, according to Whetung. The word was later changed by tourism promoters to Kawartha, meaning "bright waters and happy lands."Prior to its restructuring as a city, the area was known as Victoria County. The city was created in 2001, during the ruling provincial Progressive Conservative party's "Common Sense Revolution". Through provincial legislation, the former Victoria County and its constituent municipalities were amalgamated into one entity named the City of Kawartha Lakes.

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