- The list below includes 16 free or cheap things to do in or near Buckhorn, Ontario, including 29 different types of inexpensive activities like Art Gallery, Hiking Trails, Observatories & Planetariums and History Museums.
- From Wolf Island Provincial Park to Lew Gallery, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Buckhorn and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Kawartha Lakes, Lakefield, Apsley and Bridgenorth.
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Deer Bay Reach South Road, Buckhorn, Ontario MoreLess Info
Wolf Island provides visitors with the opportunity to go paddling, hiking, birding, and fishing. The site also offers car camping and roofed accommodations at its limestone, bedrock, and vegetation-rich location.
65% 17 votes
65 Gallery on the Lake Rd | 268 Queen St., Port Perry, Buckhorn, Ontario MoreLess Info
The Gallery on the Lake is a retail art gallery featuring the works of expressive sculptors and painters. The location also features temporary exhibits and is adjacent to a lake.
Offering guests a two hour tour of the facilities, the Buckhorn Observatory features giant astronomy binoculars and a computerized telescope. Guests will also see a miniature laser sword and learn about the mythology associated with the stars.
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1339 FR 39 Six Foot Bay Road | R.R. #1, Lakefield, Ontario MoreLess Info
Visitors of the Bayside Boutique and Gallery will be available to view the artwork of Carl Brenders, Mary Kendrick, Michael Dumas, and James Lumbers. The location's gift shop also sells jewelry, collectibles, and clothing.
The McLean Berry Farm will have the opportunity to pick strawberries, raspberries, sweet corn, green peppers, and heritage tomatoes. The location also hosts Maplefest, the Strawberry Festival, and the Pumpkin Festival.
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85 Dunn Street, Bobcaygeon, Kawartha Lakes, Ontario MoreLess Info
The Kawartha Settlers' Village features twenty historic homes and buildings that capture what life was like from 1830 to 1935. The location also features education & summer camps for younger guests as well as harvest festivals and haunted events.
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Bridge Street, Lakefield, Ontario MoreLess Info
Locke 26, Trent-Severn Water National Historic Site of Canada, is just a ten minute walk from Lakefield. Visitors who arrive and leave by boat are also allowed to camp at this site.
At The Boathouse Pub, guests can purchase burgers, pulled pork, and other made in-house items. The location, which offers a view of Stoney Lake, also offers guests a variety of beers and cocktails to go along with their meals.
86% 21 votes
2300 Pigeon Lake Rd, Bobcaygeon, Kawartha Lakes, Ontario MoreLess Info
The Lakeview Arts Barn features the Globus Theatre, which hosts comedy children's shows and music performances. The location, which features dining and cocktail offerings, also hosts banquets, weddings, conferences, and dances.