A small community located on Stoco Lake. Tweed invites you to experience its natural environment, vibrant variety in its business and economic life, many social flavours & accents, and deep cultural history & roots in the landscape.
Tweed is both a village and a municipality located half way between Toronto and Ottawa, in the Central-Eastern part of Ontario, Canada, in the County of Hastings.
As the Gateway to the Land O Lakes and the Bay of Quinte Region, the area has become known for its small-town friendliness, affordability, accessibility, beautiful environment, outdoor recreational experiences, and annual events.
The Black River joins the Moira River north of the Village of Tweed and meanders through the Village as the Moira River to empty into Stoco Lake and then continues south to Belleville and the Bay of Quinte.
Tweed has an abundance of outdoor experiences, right here in Our Backyard like the North America’s smallest jailhouse, world-class muskie/black crappie fishing on Stoco Lake, events, culture, and heritage, hiking, and so much more!
The Tweedsmuir Tavern
211 Victoria Street 613-478-2710
Wing Nights on Wednesday from 5 p.m to 9 p.m.
Second & fourth Tuesdays of the month from 6 p.m. – 9 p.m. paint & sip with Linda Myrie.
First Tuesday come and hear poets and story tellers from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Open Mic Saturdays from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Outdoor patio, music, pool table & more.
Tweed Jail House
61 Victoria Street
Visitor information is available in this landmark, thought to be North America’s Smallest Jailhouse.