Attractions Around

Looking for other activities while staying here? The village of Lakefield is only 2 minutes by car passing the famous Lakefield College School. With Peterborough 20 minutes away and Toronto 90 minutes away, there are lots of things you could enjoy among your stay.

Lakefield Area

Take a stroll to the village, you will find food stores, a great butcher’s shop, fresh fruit and vegetable market, gift shops, restaurants, beer and liquor stores, local pub and a library with free Internet access. Don’t forget to visit Lakefield’s weekly flea market full of antiques, books, local crafts, etc. Parking and admission is free, and it is well worth a visit.

Lakefield College

  • Canada’s Top University Prep, Boarding & Day School like no other.

Warsaw Caves

  • Nestled in the valley of the Indian River, the Warsaw Caves Conservation Area offers a range of recreational opportunities the entire family can enjoy.

Whetung Ojibway Craft & Art Gallery

  • Whetung Ojibwa Centre offers a spectacular collection of Native crafts as well as Fine Art, Jewelry, Moccasins, Leather Work, Sculptures and much more from Curve Lake First Nation and across Canada.

Lakefield Literary Festival

  • The next Lakefield Literary Festival will take place on July 14 and 15, 2023 in the beautiful Bryan Jones Theatre at Lakefield College School.

Lakefield Jazz Festival

  • Come to a breezy day of outdoor summer living beside Lakefield’s scenic Otonabee River, to enjoy a wide variety of Jazz music, colourful works for sale by artisans and crafters, local food and beverage vendors!

Mclean Berry Farm

  • Since 1991 the McLean family has been focused on providing their surrounding communities with fresh, local and delicious produce and products from their farm.

Peterborough Area

It might be a small city, but with its friendly people living here, Peterborough is always worthy for a visit.

Lift Lock Escape 

  • Peterborough Escape Rooms & Board Game Cafe

Canoe Museum

  • The Canadian Canoe Museum inspires connection, curiosity and new understanding.

Peterborough Lift Lock 

  • a boat lift located on the Trent Canal, designated a National Historic Site in 1979.

Lang Pioneer Village 

  • At Lang Pioneer Village Museum, Peterborough County’s history is brought to life as costumed interpreters welcome you into over 30 homes and businesses located in the picturesque village.

Hutchison House

  • As one of Ontario’s oldest historical societies, PHS has played a lead role in preserving and promoting Peterborough’s rich social, cultural and architectural history.


  • Local provincial park with the largest known concentration of Indigenous rock carvings (petroglyphs) in Canada.

Riverview Park & Zoo

  • A fabulous place to enjoy a leisurely stroll in a peaceful and tranquil setting while experiencing the natural beauty of Peterborough.

Indian River Reptile Zoo

  • Canada’s ONLY Dinosaur Park And Reptile Sanctuary!

Little Lake Music Fest


Toronto Area

We’re only 90 minutes away from Toronto--if you are coming from abroad, it’s always nice to have a visit in Toronto.

CN Tower 


Algonquin Park

  • Algonquin, the first provincial park in Ontario, protects a variety of natural, cultural, and recreational features and values. As one of the largest provincial parks, Algonquin is diverse and offers something for nearly everyone.

Niagara Falls

  • The group of three waterfalls have the highest flow rate of any waterfall in North America that has a vertical drop of more than 50 m (160 ft).

An Outstanding Award Winning Resort

Memories that will last a life time


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