About Bobcaygeon, Ontario
Bobcaygeon is a tourist destination town in Kawartha Lakes, offering a picturesque mix of shopping, dining and cultural experiences. Home to the world renowned Kawartha Dairy Ice Cream and Bigley’s Shoes and Clothing, a visit to Bobcaygeon is a must when in the Kawartha Lakes area. The towns of Dunsford and Downeyville surround Bobcaygeon and are regular stops for camping and cottage rentals as well as opportunities to buy local food.
Situated on three islands connected via 7 bridges, the town is rich in history going back to 1615 and has an eccentric and one of a kind feel. Water lock #32 of the Trent-Severn Waterway system runs through the center of the Bobcayegoen, supplying a steady line of boats traveling to the surrounding lakes. With the history so noticeable and the recreational activities available in Bobcaygeon, it is no surprise that cottages are highly sought after in this community.
If you’re looking for a closer to home cottage like vacation or place to reside permanently, Bobcaygeon has a family friendly sandy public beach, boating, and six very popular bed and breakfast accommodations. Looking for a theater production? It’s only a short drive to one of Canada’s largest art galleries, the Lakeview Arts Barn and Gallery on the Lake.