Camp’s Bay, located on Big Gull Lake in Southeastern Ontario, is surrounded by many sightseeing attractions that are suitable for someone traveling alone, or for someone traveling with the entire family. For your convenience, we have included below a few links to some of the attractions that may pique your interest.
Explore Ottawa, Canada’s National Capital – Home of the Parliament buildings, Changing of the Guard, museums, art galleries, fine dining, scenic drives, NHL Hockey and the Rideau Canal. Only one hour 45 minutes from Camp’s Bay.
Kingston – Home to historic Fort Henry, Queen’s University, the 1000 Island boat cruises, and fine dining. Only 50 minutes from Camp’s Bay.
Upper Canada Village – Explore this unique village that provides a slice of Canadian history, showing the way of life hundreds of years ago on the shores of the St. Lawrence Seaway. A three and a half hour drive from Camp’s Bay.
Peterborough – Visit the lift locks on the Trent Severn Waterway. Only one hour from Camp’s Bay.
Tweed and Perth – Highlights include stores that offer woolens, china, Canadian pottery, weaving, and Eskimo carvings, as well as fine dining and sightseeing. Just a short 40 minute drive from Camp’s Bay.
Bon Echo Park – Visit the spectacular Bon Echo Rock, which is adorned with over 260 pictographs. Just a 35 minute drive from Camp’s Bay.
Smiths Falls – Home to a working lock on the Rideau Canal. A one hour drive from Camp’s Bay.
Links to other interesting websites:
- Eastern Ontario Trails Alliance
- Ontario East website
- Parks of the St. Lawrence
- Land O’Lakes
- Ontario Weather
- Bonnechere Caves
- Northern Frontenac Park Lands – Wilderness Camping
- Hunter’s Creek
- Rivendell Golf Course
- Canadian Shield Golf Course – 613-279-4653
- Poplars Golf Club
- Mini Golf – Sunsets Resaurant – 613-279-3200
- Marble Lake Lodge
- North of Seven Resaurant and Market, Hwy 506 – 613-479-2603
- Sunsets Restaurant – Sharbot Lake – 613-279-3200
- Sylvania Lodge and Restaurant