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The Petroglyphs National Park located in Woodview features fantastic hiking and wildlife viewing through all seasons. Come here and view Canada’s largest known concentration of Aboriginal rock carvings carved into the white marble rock face hundreds of years ago. There are over 900 petroglyphs depicting turtles, snakes, birds, humans and other images. How to get there: From Peterborough, take County Road 29 and continue on to Highway 28. Following Highway 28, turn right on Northeys Road. Highway 28 is also the best route for visitors travelling from the north. Click here for more Info.
Warsaw Caves located at 289 Caves Road in Warsaw offers great opportunities for outdoor adventures that include hiking, spelunking (cave exploration), bird and nature observation, fishing, canoeing and swimming. Remember to bring your flashlight for exploring the caves! Find out more at their website: Warsaw Caves.
Visit The Lake Museum, dedicated to preserving the history of the cottage community on Stoney Lake. The Museum is located behind the library in the historic Juniper Island Store The main exhibit in 2008 “Gone Fishing” records a significant part of summer at the lake.
Feeling hungry? Make a trip over to the Stoney Lake Market at 2374 Crowe’s Landing Rd in Lakefield. The market features a dairy bar, deli, pizza, sanwiches, soup, hot dogs and local fresh food grocery delivery. Visit their website for more info: Stoney Lake Market
Experience the traditions of the past at the Whetung Ojibwa Crafts and Art Gallery in the heart of the Curve Lake Indian Reserve in the Kawartha Lakelands. Offering a fantastic collection of Indian Crafts, fine art, jewelry, music, books and more. The center is open year round and offers regular special events including the Curve Lake PowWow that includes singing and dancing. Click here for more info: Whetung Ojibway.
Walk out to where the sign for Cook’s Lane is… you can turn left and walk down that road till the very end.
If you go back out to Dunfords Road, turn left going back towards the highway. Within about 200 feet you’ll come to Fire Route 4 on the east side of the road. Walk in there and keep to the left – it goes for about 1 kilometer or more
Honey’s Diner – go back out to Highway 28 and turn right (east) and go about a 1/4 mile. Honey’s is on the north or left side. They’ve got a good menu and the service is friendly
George’s Restaurant – about 1-2 km east of Dunford’s Road there’s a great little restaurant set back in the trees on the south side of the road—nice home-cooked food
Big Cedar Store – is a general store with a liquor section and the usual milk-juice-newspaper etc. They are closed on Sunday mornings though till just after noon
Lockside Trading Store—located at Young’s Point—turn east just north of the bridge and follow the road around past the lock. Great place to wander around for clothing, nic-nacks etc and get an ice cream cone at the end of your tour—www.Lockside.com
Lots More In Lakefield – Lots of restaurants, cappucino’s, cottage clothing etc are located in town
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