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Area & Attractions

Lindsay, Ontario is known as the gateway to the Kawartha Lakes. Our hotel is conveniently located close to the many attractions in the Lindsay Area!

Local Flavors

Fine dining, a quick coffee, patio drinks, or a kids friendly atmosphere are all available in Lindsay! Front desk has a wealth of knowledge and can assist you in making a reservation at a local eatery.

Historical Down Town Lindsay

Historical Down Town Lindsay

Local art, clothing, gifts & home decor are just some of what you may discover while shopping Downtown Lindsay. Fine dining, a quick coffee or drinks with friends are just a few of the options that Downtown Lindsay has to offer.

Trent-Severn Waterway

Trent-Severn Waterway

The Trent-Severn Waterway National Historic Site of Canada is a scenic 386 km route of interconnected rivers, lakes, locks and canals that travels through the Kawartha Lakes. There are endless opportunities for boating, beaches, picnic areas, fishing, shopping, restaurants and paddling at the five Trent-Severn Waterway locks in Kawartha Lakes; Bobcaygeon Lock 32, Lindsay Lock 33, Fenelon Falls Lock 34, Rosedale Lock 35 and Kirkfield Lock 36.

Globus Theatre @ the LAB

Globus Theatre @ the LAB

Globus Theatre is a professional summer theatre providing innovative, entertaining & thought-provoking theatre for both the local residents of the Kawartha Lakes and visitors to the region. For our upcoming 17th summer season, we have an abundance of comedy, music, and mystery featuring some of the best performers in Canada with pre-show dining options at the Lakeview Arts Barn!

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Lindsay Exhibition (LEX)

The LEX annually hosts the Lindsay Exhibition, the fourth-largest agricultural fair in Ontario. The new facilities have hosted numerous other shows and events including prestigious livestock shows, agricultural specialty shows, home and craft shows, trade shows and dog shows; all of which add strength to the fabric of the community and agricultural life.

Kawartha Dairy

For over 80 years, Kawartha Dairy has been proud to be a 100% Canadian-owned company, still operated by the same family that started it back in the beginning. Although it has grown tremendously from its early days, it remains headquartered in Bobcaygeon, Ontario, where it was founded.

The Great Trail

Whether you are looking for a place to hike, cycle, paddle, ride, cross-country ski or snowmobile, you can find an experience that resonates with you. As the longest recreational trail in the world, The Great Trail offers a wide range of activities through a variety of landscapes – urban, rural and wilderness, along greenways, waterways and roadways. True to its name, The Great Trail embodies the vastness of our terrain and the diversity of our people.

Olde Gaol Museum

Located in a historic Gaol built in 1863, the Olde Gaol Museum is much more than a jail – full of fascinating stories and unique regional artifacts. Visitors will tour an historic county jail and learn what life was like for those that lived and worked here, while also exploring a dozen other exhibits within the museum.

Lindsay Golf and Country Club

Lindsay Golf and Country Club course is recognized as one of the finest championship courses in the Kawarthas. The architect, Graham Cooke, designed a layout that seamlessly blends parkland holes with traditional links. The golf course features rolling fairways and small, fast greens that demand accuracy. There are several sand traps strategically placed around the greens and water comes into play on half of the holes in the form of small and large ponds. Five sets of tees allow golfers of all skill levels to enjoy the course; and never tire of the challenge.

Conservation Area

Ken Reid Conservation Area is a 110-hectare (272-acre) property that provides protection to forests, meadows and the provincially significant McLaren’s Creek Wetland. There are 12 interconnected trail loops that total almost 12 km. A favourite route includes the floating boardwalk. Amenities include a playground, picnic shelters, a group camping area, an off-leash dog park, and a wetland-viewing platform. As well, the Victoria Rail Trail intersects the conservation area, providing a direct link for rail trail users

Days Inn & Suites Lindsay Academy Theatre

Academy Theatre

The Academy Theatre for performing arts is a multi-use venue ideal for rehearsals and performances, located in the heart of historic downtown Lindsay. Complete with 660 available seats and Tixhub services from the Box office, the Academy is a great attraction for a night out in downtown Lindsay for everyone

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