A fall favourite for culture & history enthusiasts
Time: 2 – 4 hours
Stops on Along The Way: Whetung Ojibwa Centre, Burleigh Falls Inn, Lockside Trading Company, The Nutty Bean, Stuff’d, Cassis Bistro
First Stop: Celebrating Culture with Colourful Art
Whetung Ojibwa Centre
Curve Lake, Ontario
Head north from Peterborough to discover a true first at Whetung Ojibwa Centre in Curve Lake First Nation, where you can explore a collection of Indigenous crafts, paintings, and historical exhibits.
Second Stop: Grab a Bite in Burleigh
Burleigh Falls Inn
North Kawartha, Ontario
Meander from Buckhorn to Burleigh Falls viewing the vibrant fall colours, and stop for lunch at Burleigh Falls Inn – you’ll quickly realize that it’s not hard to #FallforPtbo. Fallin’ hard for Burleigh? You can book a night or two at this historic inn.
Third Stop: Shopping Lockside
Lockside Trading Company
Young's Point, Ontario
On your way south, be sure to shop at Lockside Trading Company in Young’s Point. This waterfront cottage shop is steps from Lock 27 – Young’s Point, one of the most travelled locks on the historic Trent-Severn Waterway.
Fourth Stop: Something Sweet in Lakefield
A short but beautiful drive and you are in the Village of Lakefield. While you’re in town, grab a snack at The Nutty Bean Café or a sweet treat from Stuff’d Bakery. Looking for romantic reservations? Try Cassis Bistro.
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