Originally known as Scouten, after its first post master, Kaladar is a tiny community just south of Northbrook.
Land O’Lakes Rescue Petting Farm
1228 Regional Road 506, Cloyne
This is a non-profit farm animal rescue. This family rescues neglected and abused animals. Provides the care, and love to heal them. They allow children and families to visit to help with the cost as admissions go 100 % back to the animals but also to teach them that all animals deserve love no matter whether they are old, disabled or unwell. The families who visit get a hands on experience you can feed a Llama a carrot from your mouth and even get a turkey hug. It’s a unique petting farm. Donations are always welcome and needed. Open to visitors all year call for a tour. Open May- June Sat and Sun 11-4. Now open 7 days a week 11-4 for July and Aug. Sept to Oct Sat and Sun 11-4 They will open for visitation if you call and book and appointment for a tour when not open.
Explorers Eco Emporium
12047 Highway 41, Northbrook-Kaladar 613-336-1888
From timeless to trendy, local to unique, an eclectic mix of now and then.
Kaladar Jack Pine Barrens Conservation Reserve
South Side of Highway 7, 7 km west of Kaladar
It is unusual to see an essentially pure medium-aged Jack Pine forest on a granite outcrop this far south. Interior travel here is rugged. For further information contact the MNR.
Lennox & Addington Dark Sky Viewing Area
Located 37 kilometres north of Napanee, Ontario, the Lennox & Addington Dark Sky Viewing Area is the most southerly point in Ontario offering a night sky experience very similar to what was available 100+ years ago. The site includes a concrete pad for camera or telescope setup, or placement of lawn chairs for general stargazing. It is designed for anyone wishing to observe the natural wonder of the stars. The site has ample parking and includes a large concrete pad for camera or telescope setup. The DSVA is perfect for anyone looking to observe the natural wonder of the stars. The DSVA is always open and hosts monthly events from May through September. Weather permitting, you’ll get a laser-guided tour of the night sky and have a chance to take a look through a telescope. These events are a great way for novice stargazers to get acquainted with the night sky.
Sheffield Conservation Area
Highway 41 south of Kaladar about 11 km. 613-968-3434
Interesting for its undulating terrain of metamorphosed rocks. The rocky ridges provide habitat for some unusual species. For further information contact the Moira River Conservation Area.