BIRD’S HILL HIDEAWAY

Rental Cottage on the Trent-Severn Waterway at Buckhorn, Ontario.

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FENELON FALLS BOAT CRUISES

15 Oak Street, Fenelon Falls, ON K0M 1N0

Fenelon Falls Boat Cruises offers scenic cruises on the Trent-Severn Waterway in the Kawartha Lakes region of Ontario, Canada. Our cruise boat, the "Kawartha Spirit" is the largest Canadian Coast Guard approved vessel serving the Kawarthas with a passenger capacity of 200. We would like you to join us as we cruise the picturesque lakes and enjoy the breathtaking scenery. You may even catch a glimpse of a Great Blue Heron or an Osprey nesting site. A live commentary is provided giving you the fascinating history and local points of interest in this beautiful area.

 

Tickets & Boarding: 705-887-9313

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REACH HARBOUR MARINA (2 min. drive)
Reach Harbour, R.R. #1, Selwyn, ON K0L 2H0

Reach Harbour is a family run business just down the road from Bird’s Hill Hideaway. Their services include: Engine/outdrive and general boat repair (certified marine mechanic on duty 7 days ), Marine Supplies, Vehicle/Trailer Parking, Pressure/chemical hull washing, Launch Ramp.

BOAT RENTALS:

Fishing boats 14 ft F/G or Alum

9.9HP 4 stroke motors

$90 Daily - Weekly $400

$500 security deposit

(includes tank of gas)

18 ft Pontoon Boat

50HP motor

- sorry no fishing or pets

$160 Daily - Weekly $800

$1500 security deposit

 

Please call to confirm all prices/services: (705) 657-8747

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LOCK 31, TRENT-SEVERN WATERWAY (10 min. drive)

Lock 31 is a short walk from the hamlet of Buckhorn. Good lake cruising can be found above and below the lock. Kids of all ages love to watch the boats travel through the locks, and there are picnic sites available at no charge.

The Trent–Severn Waterway is a canal route traversing Southern Ontario cottage country, and a linear National Historic Site of Canada administered by Parks Canada.[1][2] It was formerly used for industrial and transportation purposes, and is maintained for recreational boating and tourism. It is open for navigation from May until October, while its shore lands and bridges are open year-round.

The total length of the waterway is 386 kilometres (240 mi), beginning at Trenton, Ontario, with roughly 32 kilometres (20 mi) of man-made channels. There are 45 locks, including 36 conventional locks, two sets of flight locks, hydraulic lift locks at Peterborough and Kirkfield, and a marine railway at Big Chute which transports boats between the upper and lower sections of the Severn.

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