Lang Pioneer Village Museum is a personal favourite of mine. As a living history museum it’s a remarkably complete and immersive experience. Apart from other guests in contemporary clothes, you’re unlikely to see many anachronisms in this recreation 19th century village.
With many fall fairs and events across the entire region, it’s easy to organize a fun weekend outing. Use this featured list on the Kawarthas Northumberland trip planner to discover your favourite event, or scan the list below and see what piques your interest.
Did you know Kawarthas Northumberland is home to Ontario’s biggest Butter Tart Tour? This is where you can find some of Ontario’s best butter tarts and also enjoy some of Ontario’s most stunning fall foliage.
August and September can be one of the best times of the year to catch big fish in the Kawarthas Northumberland region. As we reach the end of August and the days start to shorten, the nights a little cooler and the leaves begin to change so does the trigger for our native fish species to feed!
Unseasonably warm weather in the Kawarthas this fall has really opened up opportunities for the “not so hardcore” angler to take advantage of some of the best fishing of the season without having to brave the elements.
Late fall right through to ice up presents some of the greatest Muskie and Smallmouth bass fishing of the year in the Kawarthas Northumberland region of Ontario. Your opportunity to truly catch a legend awaits right here. Come see for yourself!