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Trent-Severn Waterway National Historic Site of Canada

Locks 28 to 35 – Burleigh Falls to Rosedale

Map of Locks 28 to 35
Map of Locks 28 to 35
© Parks Canada / August 5, 200
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  1. Petroglyphs Provincial Park National Historic Site
    Petroglyphs Provincial Park National Historic Site
    © Parks Canada

    Petroglyphs Provincial Park National Historic Site – Visitors to this park can discover the largest known concentration of Aboriginal rock carvings in Canada. Chiseled into the white marble rock hundreds of years ago, at least 900 petroglyphs depict turtles, snakes, birds and humans, and other forms. Visitors can also enjoy hiking trails meandering through surrounding forest, wetlands and rocky ridges, as well as picnic areas. Please note there is no camping available in this park.

  2. Curve Lake First Nation – Curve Lake is a small village located on a peninsula between Buckhorn Lake and Chemong Lake. Spend some time exploring the cultural heritage, the Whetung Art Gallery, and crafts of the Ojibway or Anishinaabe people.

  3. Ken Reid Conservation Area
    Ken Reid Conservation Area
    © Parks Canada / Cathy Darevic / July 20, 2005

    Ken Reid Conservation Area – Located 3 km north of Lindsay on Sturgeon Lake. The area has a terrific marsh boardwalk, and a vast array of trails, picnic facilities and bench area.

  4. Victoria Rail Trail – component of the 450 km Central Ontario Loop Trail, the Victoria Rail Trail is separated into two sections: The North Corridor, which stretches 55 km between Lindsay and Kinmount, and the South Trail, which stretches 30 km between Lindsay and Bethany. The Victoria Rail Trail intersects the Trans Canada Trail in Lindsay.

For more information please contact:

Peterborough and the Kawarthas Tourism
(705) 742-2201 or 1-800-461-6424

City of Kawartha Lakes
(705) 324-9411 or 1-888-822-2225

Kawartha Lakes Chamber of Commerce, Eastern Region
(705) 652-6963 or 1-888-565-8888