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    Living in Kawartha Lakes

    Living in Kawartha Lakes, Ontario, offers a unique blend of natural beauty, recreational opportunities, and small-town charm. This expansive region, characterized by its countless lakes, rivers, and forests, provides residents with an abundance of outdoor activities year-round. Whether it's fishing for bass on Balsam Lake, hiking through the trails of Ken Reid Conservation Area, or enjoying a leisurely boat ride along the Trent-Severn Waterway, there's no shortage of ways to explore and appreciate the stunning landscapes that surround Kawartha Lakes.

    In addition to its natural attractions, Kawartha Lakes boasts a rich cultural scene with various events, festivals, and community gatherings throughout the year. Residents can immerse themselves in local art and history by visiting galleries, museums, and heritage sites scattered throughout the region. With its strong sense of community, breathtaking scenery, and endless recreational opportunities, living in Kawartha Lakes provides a fulfilling and enriching lifestyle for nature lovers and city dwellers alike.

    Local Highlights in Kawartha Lakes

    Fishing and Hunting
    With an abundance of fishing surrounding the area, rest assured you will find a tranquil lake to enjoy! Fishing in Kawartha Lakes is a unique experience. Fish for one species in the morning, have lunch and fish for another species after a short drive or boat ride. 

    Parks & Trails

    There are more than 600 kilometres of trails spread across Kawartha Lakes. The Ganaraska Trail, Kawartha Trans Canada Trail and Victoria Rail Trail Corridor have several access points in different areas of the municipality. The Parks, Forest Tracts and Trails offer the perfect backdrop for a day spent outdoors!

    Kawartha Settlers’ Village
    What was once a thriving family farm, Kawartha Settlers’ Village is now home to a fascinating collection of over 20 historic homes and buildings. Experience what life was like for pioneers in the Kawarthas as you stroll leisurely through the Village and discover artifacts from 1830 – 1935. 

    Concerts In the Park
    The Parks and Recreation Division has been offering the annual Concerts in the Park Series for over 30 years. The Concerts in the Park series provides community members with free outdoor concerts. These family oriented concerts provide an opportunity to develop community spirit while enjoying and supporting local musicians.

    Find a School

    Encompassing the municipalities of the City of Kawartha Lakes, Haliburton County, and the District Municipality of Muskoka, Trillium Lakelands District School Board (TLDSB) is dedicated to the success of each student.

    Programs are offered through elementary, secondary, and adult education.

    TLDSB was formed in 1998 with the amalgamation of the Victoria County Board of Education, the Muskoka Board of Education, and the Haliburton County Board of Education.

    Today, the Board covers a geographically large and diverse region in the heart of Ontario’s cottage country. The approximately 11,500-square-kilometre area offers a unique and unparalleled quality of life.

    With approximately 16,000 students, TLDSB has 41 elementary schools, seven secondary schools, and six alternate education and training centres. The Board also offers a well-attended online learning program accessed worldwide through its Virtual Learning Centre.

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