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Incorporated in 1876, this community is located on the Trent-Severn Waterway in the City of Kawartha Lakes.  A popular tourist destination, it was made famous by the Canadian rock band, the Tragically Hip.

Bobcaygeon Beach Park & Boardwalk

45 Park Street (has washrooms) A beautiful beach!

Forbert Memorial Pool & Park

is located at 16 River Park Rd and is a more natural water access. There’s covered pavilion for picnics and a playground for the kids.

Lock 32 Park- Trent Severn


15 Bolton Street

In the heart of the village, with green space on either side of the swing bridge, you can relax on a bench and watch all kinds of boats on Trent Severn Waterway.  Free outdoor music concerts on Thursday evenings in the summer- bring your own lawn chair.

Tommy Anderson Park

has a splash pad, sheltered picnic area, washrooms, playground, basketball, tennis courts, baseball fields, horseshoe pits, outdoor skating rink, skateboard park, soccer and football field.

Bobcaygeon Wilderness Park

8 acres of mature forest with trails for hiking, cycling, cross country skiing and nature interpretation.

Big (Boyd/Chiminis) Island

is located in Pigeon Lake and it’s the largest undeveloped island in the Kawarthas.  11085 acres with 10 km of shoreline has 8 kms of marked hiking trails.

The Bobcaygeon Fair is held at the end of September.