Over 100 lakes to explore
If you’re an outdoor enthusiast, you’ve come to the right place. This area is home to some of the most incredible natural assets with lakes, rivers, trails, parks and amazing camping opportunities.
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Parks, Trails and Outdoor Adventures
Often referred to as Ontario’s most beautiful Provincial Park, Bon Echo is a wonderful place to camp or visit with a day pass. The park boasts campsites, trails, beaches, boat tours and boat rentals. But, the most spectacular site is the famous Mazinaw Rock which is 100 m high and is dotted with 260 Indigenous pictographs on its front.
Location: 16151 Hwy 41, Cloyne
Nature lovers will enjoy this trail system which offers over 120 acres of rugged beauty through the Canadian Shield. The L&A Forest Trails are an especially popular place for mountain bikers with over 10 kilometres of logging roads and single-track trails designed with bermed curves and elevations.
Location: 100 John Street, Flinton
The beautiful and unique 358 property is in a remote area with ponds, wetlands and several creeks. While you explore Rose Hill Nature Reserve you’ll be greeted with a diverse terrain that includes a forest lined with maple, hemlock, spruce, pine and balsam fir trees. This is a great place for hiking, snowshoeing, cross-country skiing and picnicking.
Location: Rose Hill Road, Denbigh
The Great Trail is a cross-Canada system that connects us together from the Atlantic to the Pacific to the Arctic Oceans. It is currently the longest recreational, multi-use trail network in the world. A portion of this trail runs through Addington Highlands and offers up a great place to hike, cycle, paddle, or cross-country ski.
Location: Near Kaladar
This is a popular spot for anglers as this lake is home to a large variety of fish. Deerock Lake also has camp sites accessible only via the water, with several found on small islands.
Location: 391 Deer Rock Lake Road, Flinton
If you’re an avid cyclist, you’ve come to the right place. We have trails that are on and off road to choose from. For more information and to find the perfect trail for you visit here.
Location: Kaladar Pine Barrens Conservation Reserve.
Museums & Historic Locations
The Cloyne Pioneer Museum houses over 1,000 artifacts showcasing how this area evolved from its lumber industry beginnings to the mining booms to today. The collections reflect the history from settlement time and pioneer life. Learn More
Location: 14238 Highway 41, Cloyne
Noteworthy Shops and Interesting Finds
The Kuriosity Shop is a place where local artists and artisans gather to sell their products. Stop in for some really cool local finds
Location: 12293 Highway 41, Northbrook
Finnegan’s General Store offers all your daily essentials and artisan products plus a fabulous Greco Pizza Express Franchise, Ice cream Shoppe, Produce, Coffee Bar and Seasonal Flowers.
Location: 14222 Hwy 41, Cloyne
Looking for somethign different? Head to Explorer’s Eco-Emporium 41 for an interesting shopping experience. Browse gifts, collectibles, household items, as well as clothing and accessories for adults & children.
Location: 12047 Hwy 41, Cloyne
Not only does Holden’s Hearth at Home sell wood stoves, pellet stoves, fireplaces and BBQ’s they also have a passion for woodworking. Stop in and see these amazing art pieces that can sometimes take up to 500-hours to complete and maybe even bring home a custom-carved heirloom.
Location: 14226 Hwy 41, Cloyne
Skoot House is cozy cottage gift shop that sells handcrafted one-of-a-kind Items: quilts, pillows, gift ware, wall hangings, home and cottage accessories, children’s blankets and pillows.
Location: 495 Skootamatta Lake Road, Cloyne
Denbigh Farms has been in the Marquardt family since 1860. You’ll love their natural raw honey, beeswax products, and Canadian Shield maple syrup.
Location: 495 Skootamatta Lake Road, Cloyne
Unique Dining Options
The menu may be small but the food is excellent. Stop by for something delicious at Rosie’s Café.
Location: 22353 Hwy 41, Denbigh
Spill the Beanz offers espresso drinks, coffee, tea, all day breakfast, burgers, sandwiches, etc. and a relaxing, informal atmosphere!
Location: 12 Peterson Road, Northbrook
In the mood for some amazing fish & chips? Stop into North of 7 Cod Father. Also on the menu is pizza and chicken items.
Location: 12269 Hwy 41, Northbrook
This casual restaurant is owned by a Gold Seal Chef and it shows in the amazing home cooked food that they serve. Stop by Addison’s Restaurant to see what they are serving up today.
Location: 11893 Hwy 41, Kaladar
Cloyne is a delightful village with a number of small shops that provide everything from the essentials to antiques and hunting and fishing gear. At the northern end of the village, you’ll find an oversized wooden white lawn chair. This a perfect photo op for you and 11 of your friends at the same time.
Water lovers will enjoy the small village of Denbigh, with Denbigh, Ashby and other small lakes all close by. This area is for those who love an authentic rural experience.
The Flinton Creek runs nearby and joins the Skottamatta River downstream of the community. This is a popular area for kayakers and cyclists and people love to swim at the famous waterfalls.
There are a number of businesses here, many with a long history. Nearby you’ll find Bon Echo Provincial Park & Puzzle Lake Provincial Park. You can also go for a stroll at Kaladar Pine Barrens Conservation Reserve.
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