If you’re a buyer looking to buy a home or a seller wanting to sell house, Consult Shirley Hurd - Peterborough’s Real Estate Sales Agent for selling real estate property, house or buying a home in Peterborough, Kawartha Lakes and the surrounding areas.
Events on the Kawartha Lakes (and in the county)
Kawartha Lakes Stewards Association is a nonprofit, completely volunteer organization of cottagers and year-round residents formed to monitor the water quality of the Kawartha Lakes.
Chemong Lake - boat cruising information (eg where marinas are located, depth of water etc.)
Clear Lake - boat cruising information
Clear Lake is the home of the Peterborough Sailing Club
Lovesick Lake - boat cruising information
Lower Buckhorn Lake - boat cruising information
Pigeon Lake - boat cruising information
Rice Lake and for fishing information and even more information on fishing in Rice Lake and for boat cruising information for Rice Lake to Peterborough (on Otonabee River) or boat cruising information on Rice Lake itself. Another site for info on Rice Lake
Info about services on St. Peter's on the Rock in Stoney Lake
Eel's Creek canoe route This 2-day canoe route follows Eels Creek from the Hwy 28 bridge north of Woodview south to the bridge on Northey's Bay Road. There are 5 portages. Highlights include High Falls and a trail from there to Petroglyphs Provincial Park.
Kawartha Highland Park Canoe Loop 2 day route, north of Buckhorn with 4 portages, about 20 km in length. There are also other smaller routes in this large park.
Cottage Life Magazine site pertaining to all things concerning cottages in Ontario
Let's Go Fishing! The O.F.A.H. property boasts an impressive stocked pond in Peterborough, where anglers can try their luck fishing for bass, perch and sunfish. Also featured on the property is the Rick Morgan Habitat Trail, a beautifully landscaped walking path, flanked by two gazebos and several picnic areas where guests are welcome to enjoy lunch or a snack.
Check water levels in the Kawarthas. When the map comes up click on the red dot nearest to your desired area and you will see the historic high and low water marks as well as the current one.