The Kawartha Lakes region has been attracting visitors for over one hundred years. The area includes some of Canada's most important navigable water routes of streams, rivers and lakes. The Trent Severn Waterway, stretching from Georgian Bay to Lake Ontario, has become a popular holiday playground. Known as the Jewel of the Kawarthas, Fenelon Falls is located in the heart of the Kawartha Lakes Region.
The surrounding landscape is characteristic of the Great Lakes/St. Lawrence Lowlands. A spectacular limestone gorge cuts through the heart of town with the falls between Cameron and Sturgeon Lakes being the focal point. Since the turn of the century, tourism has been a large part of Fenelon Falls. The two lakes are home to many summer resorts, lodges and cottages. The friendly and laid back atmosphere draws people in for a relaxing holiday away from the hustle and bustle of home.
Lock 34 of the Trent Severn Waterway, in the heart of town is one of the busiest locks on the waterway. People come to Fenelon Falls for their vacation, and return year after year.
Surrounding towns such as Bobcaygeon, Lakefield, and Kinmount, all boast a good range of accommodation and dining.
Whether you are looking for that big fish or just want to enjoy the scenery of sparkling lakes and rivers, the land of shining waters is for you.