It's called the "Jewel of the Kawarthas" for a reason. Situated on Lock 34 of the Trent Severn waterway, Fenelon Falls is a historic village that offers shopping, fine dining, arts and culture and of course, the falls themselves.
Fenelon Falls was originally named Cameron Falls, and was renamed after Francois de Salignac de La Monthe-Fenelon, who established a mission in Bay of Quinte and travelled the Trent-Severn Waterway ministering to his flocks along the way. The village was an ideal location for a mission and early settlement, nestled between the two lakes at the sight of the 23 foot waterfall.
Activities in the Kawartha Lakes
Situated 5 minutes away from the heart of Fenelon Falls, Across the Pond cottage is conveniently located for a variety of local shops, restaurants and bars.
There are abundant options for Hiking, Cycling, Horseback Riding, Boating, Golfing and Fishing close by. For ATVers, the multi-use Victoria Rail Trail offers access to the KATVA trail system, the largest ATV ride area in the province. Off-Road 4WD enthusiasts can obtain access to the 5-Points trails from here
Lively Lindsay and beautiful Bobcaygeon are a short 20 minute drive away by car..
Further afield there are plenty of other exciting things to do in the Kawarthas...............