Lake Edge offers so much for our guests – from the peace and tranquility of relaxing with a good book, to taking in water activities and enjoying beautiful Katchewanooka Lake. Some guests enjoy the downtime of unscheduled relaxation – whether it’s on the dock, out on the water, or by the bonfire at night! Others prefer to be on the move – canoeing, boating, fishing, swimming, hiking…the list goes on and on. And wintertime brings many great opportunities for singles, couples, and families looking to get away!
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BE Catering & Cafe - Peterborough
Kettle Drums Restaurant & Bar - Peterborough
Imperial Tandoor - Peterborough
Karma's Cafe - Peterborough
OMG (Oasis Mediterranean Grill - Peterborough
Sam's Place - Peterborough
Ashburnham Ale House
Two Dishes Cookshop - Peterborough
The Old Bridge Inn - Young's Point
Cassis Bistro - Lakefield
Hot Belly Mama's French Quarter Cookhouse - Peterborough
Canoe & Paddle Restaurant & Pub - Lakefield
St. Veronus - Peterborough
The Nutty Bean Cafe - Lakefield
Swiss Bear Restaurant & Bakery - Apsley
Muddy's Pit BBQ
Great BBQ in Keene about a 30 minute drive from Lake Edge Cottages. Well worth it.
Located at 2611 Old Norwood Road, Peterborough Ontario. Great for mountain biking or for a hike with your dog. Looping trails through forest and grassland. Great view from the top of the hill.Warsaw Caves
Even when the park is closed for the winter you can still hike the trails on foot, snowshoe or x-country ski. During the summer wear your bathing suit and take a dip in the Indian RiverPetroglyphs Provincial Park
Wonderful trails for use year round. Do spend the fee to visit when petroglyphs are open for viewing between May and October. It is worth every penny to see this ancient place.Mark S. Burnham Provincial Park
Some of the oldest stand of trees in Ontario. A great place for a hike on the way to or from Lake Edge Cottages.Robert Johnston EcoForest
Various trails through forest and wet lands with a heart-thumping drumlin to climb.Emily Tract Hiking Trails
99.2 hectares (205 acres) of mixed forest, with 2 trail loops. Unique glacial land features such as moraines and eskers. Variety of plans and trees including Musclewood (Carpinus Carolinianna). Follow link for trail map.Selwyn Beach Conservation Area
Located at 2251 Birch Island Road on Chemong Lake. Follow the link for a trail map. If the park is closed, park outside the gate and walk in.Lakefield Historic Trail Map
Easy trail through Lakefield along the waterfront. Continues on all the way to Peterborough along the scenic Otonabee River. Great for walking or biking. with picnic spots along the way at each boat lock.
Easy trail through Lakefield along the waterfront. Continues on all the way to Peterborough along the scenic Otonabee River. Great for walking or biking with picnic spots along the way at each boat lock.