Fenelon Falls is a year round destination !
To the left you can watch a wonderful five minute video of a tour of Fenelon Falls’ downtown shops, locks and parks.
Go by bicycle, on foot or wheelchair. Many of the stores and pathways in Fenelon are handicap accessible.
Outdoor recreation is a major attraction in the Kawartha Lakes region.
- Swimming, Boating & Fishing
- Parks for relaxing, picnicking and camping
- Hiking and bird watching
- Snowmobile Trails & Skiing Areas
Horseless Carriage Museum
1427 County Rd. 8 between Fenelon Falls & Bobcaygeon
Their seventh season will begin on the May Long Weekend
A non-profit museum of early transportation and historic displays. Privately owned and operated by the Bennett family, the museum started as an attempt to preserve Canadian history. Admission by Donation.
The Station Gallery of Fenelon Falls
103 Lindsay Street 705 – 887 – 1868
Art Gallery & Gift Shop displaying the talented work
of many local artists and artisans.
May & June – Friday to Sunday 10 am – 4 pm
July & August – Wednesday to Sunday 10 am – 4 pm
September – Friday to Sunday 10 am – 4 pm
National Historic Site Lock 34 & Island Park
Operated by Parks Canada
Victoria Rail Trail – Trails For Health
Operated by The Kawartha Lakes Pathways to Health Committee
THE Fenelon Falls
Maryboro Lodge – The Fenelon Museum
Summer Hours : Open Seven Days A Week 11 am – 5 pm
Off Season Spring & Fall : Open Weekends from 1-5 pm
Closed from mid October to mid May
Kawartha Lakes Snowmobile Club
Art Galleries & Studios
The Greater Surrounding Area
Balsam Lake Provincial Park
Indian Point Alvar
Museums in the area :
- Boyd Heritage Museum, Bobcaygeon
- Kawartha Settlers’ Village, Bobcaygeon
- Peterborough Centennial Museum
- Victoria County Museum