Explore Northumberland – beaches, trails, specialty shopping

Explore Northumberland – beaches, trails, specialty shopping
Central Ontario
600 William Street , Cobourg , Ontario , K9A 3A5
866-401-EAST (3278)

Description

One hr east of Toronto by car or VIA Rail along Lk Ontario, Northumberland is a region surrounded by waterways that are approachable through rolling and winding roads offering unique experiences.

Beaches can be found at Port Hope, Presqu'ile Park, and Cobourg: they're still lovely to walk in the winter months.

The Big Apple Restaurant on Hwy 401 is renowned for their fresh fruit pies and the world’s biggest apple in which you can climb. A national attraction is the Trans Canada Trail (abandoned rail line) in Trent Hills which encompasses the Ranney Gorge Suspension Bridge situated sky high above the swirling waters of the Trent River. Down the road from the bridge is the World’s Finest Chocolate and the Empire Cheese outlets where you can grab some free samples.

Cycle a small section of the signed Waterfront Trail that spans two great lakes. Eastbound from Grafton is a good place to start taking you along quiet, flat roads at Lake Ontario.

Try ice fishing on Rice Lake, the Trent-Severn Waterway or Lake Ontario -- we have fishing guides to help you along.

If a simple day trip is more your style, our Top 5 Driving Routes Map guide will take you to specialty shopping outlets, animal and nature reserves, cafes and artisan shops.







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