Northumberland County Information

Northumberland Tourism

Trent Hills Tourism

Campbellford Downtown but also has lots of information concerning the surrounding area


Arts Council of Northumberland

Ferris Park - provinicial park just outside of Campbellford

Golf in Northumberland

Hoards Station Community Livestock Exchange hosts a weekly livestock auction. Every Tuesday there are a variety of livestock going through the barn including pigs, sheep, goats, dairy cattle, springs and beef cattle. It's not uncommon to see horses, donkeys, mules and llamas as well.
Kawarthas Northumberland Butter Tart Tour - over 50 locations across Northumberland, Peterborough County and the City of Kawartha Lakes to enjoy great butter tarts!

Memorial Military Museum includes a 60% scale model of the CF-105 Avro Arrow once used in a stage play and a CF-100 Mk II

Northumberland Trails

Spirit of the Hills - Northumberland Hills Arts Association - Comprised of artists, artisans, performing artists, photographers, writers and patrons, Spirit of the Hills embraces all art forms and traditions including the performing and visual arts, media, design, and literature. Our goal is to build and sustain the Arts and Artists in Northumberland County.

Ranney Gorge Suspension Bridge   Ferris Provincial Park is proud to welcome you to Northumberland's newest attraction. This great, family-oriented, natural adventure hovers 30' above the Ranney Gorge just south of the falls. As you walk across this great expanse your heart pounds as you feel it sway slightly below your feet.  Looking down you can see the water rushing by but to the north you see one of natures gifts, the Ranney Falls in all its glory. To the south you can see the Trent River and the boats as they enter the locks to come into Campbellford.

Rice Lake 

Outdoor activities in Northumberland County


Campbellford Fair takes place August 7 to 9th 2020, featuring Midway, Demolition Derby, Petting Zoo, Jersey and Beef Shows, Horse & Pony draws, Horse shows etc.

Campbellford Santa Claus Parade featuring a visit with Santa after the parade in the Town Square.

Canada Day Celebrations in Campbellford, Hastings and Warkworth

Chrome on the Canal July 4th, 2020 Hundreds of motorcycle enthusiasts gather along the banks. Plenty of classic automobiles.

Donnybrook Auction Sale Sat June 20, 2020 Northumberland’s largest Reduce, Reuse and Recycle event. Ten auctioneers selling antiques, collectibles, furniture, appliances, electronics, tools, sporting goods, household, garden items and much more. It is a fundraiser for the Warkworth Community Service Club.

Hastings Bridge Midnight Madness May 15th 2020 Historical Society Midnight Fishing Contest Hastings Bridge. Midnight. Buy your tickets from 6:00p.m. Prizes for: 1st. Pickerel caught longer than 6"; 1st. Pickerel caught by a woman. 1st.Pickerel caught by a child, 14 or under.

Hastings Medieval Festival - Blades of Glory: September 5 & 6th 2020 

Hastings Waterfront Festival August 14-16, 2020 including such events as a antique car show, live bands, silent auction, art show and beer garden.

Incredible Edibles Festival in Campbellford on Sat July 11, 2020 Mouth watering ready to eat delights, entertainment, food demonstrations, and a farm tour to be held in August.

Kite Day May 31st 2020 by Ferris Park. Learn how to make a kite or bring your own to fly.

Northumberland Rib Fest August 14-16th 2020 in Cobourg

Northumberland Hills Studio Tour  September 12 & 13th Self guided tour of artist's studios

Warkworth Children's Fishing Derby - 32nd Annual on April 25th 2020 from 8 am to 4

Warkworth Fair - 170th Fair occurs September 11th to 13th in 2020

Warkworth Lilac Festival 30 days to enjoy Lilacs. You can enjoy the sights, fragrance and allure of our over 70 varieties of heritage lilac. the festival takes place May 30-31st. 

Warkworth Maple Syrup Festival March 14th to 15th 2020 celebrating their 34th year with a variety of events: log sawing contest, sap making demonstrations and of course taffy on snow

Warkworth Santa Claus Parade December 4th 2020 starting at 7 pm

Westben Arts Festival Theatre Bringing culture and nature together in perfect harmony, the magnificent 400–seat timber-frame barn opens onto a lush meadow, surrounded by the gently rolling hills of Northumberland County. The stage hosts an incredible array of renowned Canadian and international artists, from full symphony orchestras & choruses to chamber music and soloists. The best in class in a relaxed country setting!

Fishing Tournaments on Rice Lake and Lake Ontario  -- Rice Lake is often called a "fish factory" by the Ministry of Natural Resources and for a good reason - it still produces the most fish per acre of any lake in Ontario! Known for its bass, walleye, muskie (muskellunge) and panfish including perch, bluegill, sunfish, and crappie, the lake has a fish for all angling levels.

Community Information

Campbellford Tourism

Campbellford Memorial Hospital 146 Oliver Road, Campbellford, ON   Telephone:  705-653-1140

Campbellford/Seymour Community Foundation

Campbellford Downtown but also has lots of information concerning the surrounding area


Village of Hastings

Communities of Trent Hills