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2825 County Road 36, Buckhorn, Ontario, K0L1JO

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Buckhorn and the surrounding Villages and Hamlets of the Kawarthas ,have many unique and interesting sights to visit on your stay.  From wineries, berry farms and specialty boutiques each offer small town service and warm hospitality.  

 

We invite you to explore...

Kawartha Winery

www.kawarthacountrywines.ca

 

Kawartha Country Wines is a premium Ontario winery dedicated to making quality fruit wine, cider, red wine and white wine nestled in the heart of cottage country, the Kawarthas.

Cody Inn - Restaurant

www.codyinnrestaurant.ca

 

The original house was built in 1905 as a private residence. In 1921 it was converted into a hotel and re-named The Windsor House. This was purchased, circa 1975, by Francis Cody, who named it Cody Inn. In 2000 it was re-sold, and turned into a restaurant, under the same name. The current owners, Richard Lam and Ken Young, purchased the property in 2007 and maintain it as a restaurant. 

 

Richard Lam and his partner bought Cody Inn in 2007. And they've been making memories of their own. Creating delicious food that is enjoyed by visitors to the area, as well as the people who live there all year round. Food that's so good it's become a byword for excellence throughout the Kawarthas. 
 

Gallery on the Lake

www.galleryonthelake.com/contact.asp

 

The Gallery on the Lake is one of Canada's largest retail Art Galleries , in a beautiful lakeside setting. The gallery offers one of the most extensive collections of Artwork by some of Canada's leading and emerging artists. We invite you to join us online or in our beautiful gallery for the ultimate experience in collecting great Canadian fine art.
 

McLean Berry Farm

http://www.mcleanberryfarm.com/html/history.html

 

The farm now known as McLean Berry Farm was homesteaded in the mid 1800's and has produced Maple Syrup for around one hundred years. In the mid 1950's Clarence Northey set out to grow some of the first strawberries in the area and this farm has been producing strawberries ever since. When Clarence retired, he sold the farm and it passed hands a couple of times.

 

The McLean family now offers strawberries as: pick your own, fresh at their farm market, at the Peterborough and Lakefield farmers markets, and wholesale. They also grow a wide variety of other fruits and vegetables and have expanded their store a couple of times over the years in order to display the wide variety of produce that they grow. 

In addition, they complement their own home grown produce with other local products such a honey, beef and eggs from other local producers.

McLean Berry Farm

www.mcleanberryfarm.com/html/history.html

 

The farm now known as McLean Berry Farm was homesteaded in the mid 1800's and has produced Maple Syrup for around one hundred years. In the mid 1950's Clarence Northey set out to grow some of the first strawberries in the area and this farm has been producing strawberries ever since. When Clarence retired, he sold the farm and it passed hands a couple of times.

 

The McLean family now offers strawberries as: pick your own, fresh at their farm market, at the Peterborough and Lakefield farmers markets, and wholesale. They also grow a wide variety of other fruits and vegetables and have expanded their store a couple of times over the years in order to display the wide variety of produce that they grow. 

In addition, they complement their own home grown produce with other local products such a honey, beef and eggs from other local producers.

Peterborough Farmers Market

www.peterboroughfarmersmarket.com

 

The establishment of a central market area for individual trade or sales has been a feature of societies all over the world for centuries. This trade has taken place in Peterborough for the past 190 years. This efficient method of commerce (ie. producer, direct to consumer) has gained much interest in recent years as small businesses have grown. We at the Peterborough Farmers' Market are proud to be part of this popular phenomenon.

As producers of local food and crafts, we stress freshness, quality and value as we deal each and every week with our market patrons. Come and enjoy this traditional shopping experience.

Dragonfly Ridge Animal Sanctuary

1882 Tates Road

R.R. #1 Buckhorn, ON

K0L 1J0            

Email: dragonflyridgerescue@gmail.com

Phone: 705-657-7669