The Lakeside lofts is an upstairs apartment with balcony on each end overlooking Julian Lake. There are two large bedrooms each with a King and double or single. There is a very large full kitchen with New Oven and dishwasher plus dining table that seats 6. Nice sized bathroom with a shower and Laundry tub. The Living Room is a 16 by 16 comfortable cozy room with propane fireplace and TV. There is a spectacular deck overlooking Julian Lake and the property.
This beautiful Lakeside Lofts is just north of Peterborough in very private area. There is a frog pond, great fishing on Julian Lake plus lots to do in such as visiting High Falls Petroglyphs Park. We have two kayaks, paddle boat, row boat and a canoe available. Our guests may enjoy relaxing and fishing off the dock (may dock their boat as well). There is a great beach 8 km away on Stoney Lake at Quarry Beach . Many trails and water falls at Petroglyphs Provincial Park 10 km away. Within the region there are many lakes to visits and explore plus Golfing and Nordic ski trails 2 kilometres away.
Below are some options of things to do in the area:
Petroglyphs Provincial Park
2249 Northey's Bay Road, Peterborough, Ontario K0L 3E0 Canada
Woodview Golf Course
65 Northey's Bay Road, Woodview, North Kawartha, Ontario K0L 3E0 Canada
Highway 28, Burleigh Falls, Ontario K0L 2H0 Canada
289 Caves Rd, Warsaw, Ontario K0L 3A0 Canada
Kawartha Nordic Ski Club
7107 Hwy 28, Woodview, North Kawartha, Ontario Canada
“Excellent Ski Trails”
The Gallery on the Lake
65 Gallery on the Lake Rd 268 Queen St., Port Perry, Buckhorn, Municipality of Trent Lakes, Ontario K0L 1J0 Canada
McLean Berry Farm
2191 16 Line of Smith RR#1, Lakefield, Ontario K0L 2H0 Canada
Youngs Point Lock 27
2093 Nathaway Dr, Youngs Point, Ontario K0L 3G0 Canada
Wolf Island Provincial Park
Deer Bay Reach South Road, Buckhorn, Municipality of Trent Lakes, Ontario Canada
Proximity Fine Art
426 Carveth's Marina Rd, Douro-Dummer, Ontario K0L 2H0 Canada
Buckhorn Berry Farm
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3055 Berrie Road, Lakefield, Ontario K0L 2H0 Canada
Quackenbush Provincial Park
Highway 44, Havelock, Ontario K0L 3E0 Canada
Message from the Mayor Welcome from the Mayor
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A two to three hour drive from either Toronto or Ottawa, the Township of North Kawartha offers endless opportunities for everyone to connect with our natural heritage. We are located on the northern edge of Peterborough County in the heart of the Kawartha Lakes region. North Kawartha encompasses the Kawartha Highlands Provincial Park and Petroglyphs Provincial Park. The Kawartha Highlands is Ontario’s largest park south of Algonquin and the Petroglyphs are the largest concentration of native rock carvings in Canada. Along with these provincial parks North Kawartha is also home to the Peterborough Crown Game Preserve which boasts the Kawartha Nordic Ski Club. In fact nearly 60% of the township’s geographic area is protected.
Tourism and recreational activities are North Kawartha’s main attractions, with thousands of seasonal residents and visitors flocking to our community each year. The Trent Severn Waterway passes through our southern region while the north has numerous large lakes and streams that replenish this waterway each year. Interspersed with all this fresh, clean water are vast tracts of forested lands and Canadian Shield outcroppings which supports an incredible variety of wildlife. These natural features offer numerous recreational opportunities like snowmobiling, cross country skiing, hiking, camping, boating, canoeing, ATVing, hunting and fishing.
Located along provincial highway 28, an hour northeast of Peterborough, North Kawartha is a vibrant and welcoming community, which prides itself on being self-sufficient and resilient. Comprised of several hamlets including Big Cedar and Woodview, the heart of North Kawartha’s infrastructure, services and the seat of local government is the village of Apsley. We often say that one can live in the village and access every necessary amenity and service without a vehicle. It not only serves the local year round population but the thousands of cottagers and tourists that visit each summer.
Since 2006, nearly our entire municipal infrastructure has been expanded and renewed. This infrastructure includes (but is not limited to) the following
A public school with licensed childcare facility.
Award-winning community complex with state-of-art-fitness centre and NHL size arena.
Year-round library service with 2 branches.
Newly expanded health care centre with a family physician, nurse practitioner, dentist and chiropractor.
New public works and municipal office along with emergency services facilities.
Our complete community also includes a grocery store, LCBO, post office, pharmacy, hardware and lumber store, restaurants, motel, gas station, several real estate agencies and a variety of marinas, retail shops and more than a hundred small business owners to meet the needs of our permanent and seasonal population. Since 2006, almost $30 million dollars has been invested in our community’s infrastructure.
In addition to all the amazing facilities and services North Kawartha has a number of community groups, organizations and variety of festivals and events. We have a winter carnival, a Trappers festival, an autumn studio tour, the North Kawartha Knights, our Junior C hockey team, a newly created music festival and a number of regatta and water based events in the summer.
Abundant natural resources, a comprehensive community infrastructure, and a community of hard-working, cooperative and deeply rooted people; North Kawartha has so much to offer whether you are here for a day, a season or forever. We welcome all to our incredible municipality.
Very small neighborhood and very convenient to towns nearby. You can run or walk around Julian Lake which is a nice 6 km hilly trail plus swimming in the enclosed lake is very enjoyable as well.
There is also a restaurant (Uncle Georges) located within walking distance offering breakfast/lunch and dinner. Great food and a great atmosphere (closed Monday and Tuesdays). As well there is the Woodview General Store (directly beside us) which carries groceries, etc..
The towns of Apsley or Lakefield (20 minutes away by car) both have grocery stores, LCBO, etc... There is also a liquor and grocery store in Big Cedar 4 km away and is right on hwy 28. There is a gym with daily memberships to Youngs Point 10 min away and Olympic Pools at Trent University.
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Woodview, Ontario, Kanada