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    Living in Bobcaygeon

    Living in Bobcaygeon, Ontario, offers residents a quintessential small-town experience nestled along the shores of the Trent-Severn Waterway. Known for its scenic beauty and charming downtown core, Bobcaygeon provides a delightful array of activities and amenities for residents and visitors alike. The town's waterfront location lends itself to a variety of recreational opportunities, including boating, fishing, and swimming in the warmer months, while the surrounding forests and trails offer ample space for hiking, cycling, and exploring nature.

    In addition to its natural attractions, Bobcaygeon boasts a vibrant cultural scene with numerous shops, galleries, and eateries lining its streets. Residents can stroll through the quaint downtown area, browse artisanal goods, and sample local cuisine at cozy cafes and restaurants. The town's rich history is also evident in its heritage buildings and landmarks, such as the historic lock system, which provides a fascinating glimpse into the region's past. With its picturesque setting, lively community spirit, and array of recreational and cultural activities, living in Bobcaygeon offers a rewarding and fulfilling lifestyle for residents of all ages.​​​​​​​

    Local Highlights in Bobcaygeon

    Frost Fest 2024
    Get ready to embrace the winter wonderland at Frost Fest, happening town-wide in Bobcaygeon during the Family Day weekend in 2024. This family-friendly event is designed to break up the winter blues and infuse the season with excitement.

    Fishing & Boating

    There's a reason anglers from near and far take to the waters of Pigeon Lake and Sturgeon Lake every year. For more than 35 years now, Bobcaygeon's Canada/U.S. Walleye Tournament has been a testament to the fabulous fishing in the local lakes.

    Kawartha Settlers’ Village
    What was once a thriving family farm, Kawartha Settlers’ Village is now home to a fascinating collection of over 20 historic homes and buildings. Experience what life was like for pioneers in the Kawarthas as you stroll leisurely through the Village and discover artifacts from 1830 – 1935. 

    Globus Theatre
    Now in its 20th season Globus Theatre offers an eclectic and thoroughly entertaining mix of comedy, music & drama throughout the summer; and murder mysteries, plays, comedy nights and panto at other times of the year. A comfortable and contemporary 150 seat theatre with an attached restaurant

    Find a School

    Encompassing the municipalities of the City of Kawartha Lakes, Haliburton County, and the District Municipality of Muskoka, Trillium Lakelands District School Board (TLDSB) is dedicated to the success of each student.

    Programs are offered through elementary, secondary, and adult education.

    TLDSB was formed in 1998 with the amalgamation of the Victoria County Board of Education, the Muskoka Board of Education, and the Haliburton County Board of Education.

    Today, the Board covers a geographically large and diverse region in the heart of Ontario’s cottage country. The approximately 11,500-square-kilometre area offers a unique and unparalleled quality of life.

    With approximately 16,000 students, TLDSB has 41 elementary schools, seven secondary schools, and six alternate education and training centres. The Board also offers a well-attended online learning program accessed worldwide through its Virtual Learning Centre.

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