- TripBuzz found 12 things to do with kids in or near Beaverton, Ontario, including 8 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Kawartha Lakes, Innisfil, Barrie and Bluewater.
- From Floyd Hales Fish Huts to Beaverton Thorah Eldon Historical Society Museum, the Beaverton area offers 45 different types of family activities, including: History Museums, Historic Sites, Golf and Fishing.
- Settled along Lake Simcoe in 1822, Beaverton is the largest community in Brock Township. The community has a population of 2,500 and is located 110 kilometers north of Toronto. Along with a small manufacturing base, the city's economy is based upon providing services to the surrounding area, including the cottage-based tourism industry.
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1 Harbour Park Crescent | L0K 1A0, Beaverton, Ontario MoreLess Info
Floyd Hales Fish Huts offers day and night ice fishing bungalow packages for anglers. Fishermen enjoy a fully equipped tackle and licensing shop as well as free bait and parking while catching Lake Trout, Perch and Whitefish.
100% 1 votes
284 Simcoe Street, Beaverton, Ontario MoreLess Info
Open May - September, The Beaverton Thorah Eldon Historical Society Museum offers tours of the on-site historical buildings. Visitors experience the life and times of settlers by walking through the Old Stone Jail, Log House, Brick House, the Meeting Place and the gift shop.
The Cedarhurst Golf Club offers public and private play. Golfers enjoy manicured, tree-lined course through 9 or 18-holes, refreshment card, 9th-hole BBQ and the Great Canadian Pub - Tar'd & Feather'd.
100% 1 votes
1490 Regional Road 15, Beaverton, Ontario MoreLess Info
Built in 1853, the Old Stone Church National Historic Site is located near Lake Simcoe. The stone, vernacular Presbyterian church features original furnishings, fittings, plaster, wainscoting, plank floor and cemetery.
100% 1 votes
80 Peace Street, Cannington, Ontario MoreLess Info
Open from May 30thto Sept. 1st, the Cannington Centennial Museum features five buildings constructed between the 1840s and the 1930s. Outside, guests can visit the location's gardens or enjoy a picnic.
In the hospitality industry, Iceculture has been in business for over 30 years. Tour the ice facility and learn about tools, sculpting ice, view demonstrations, enjoy a beverage in the ice lounge and slide down a 50 ft. ice slide.
74% 81 votes
2238 Highway 48 | Kirkfield, Kawartha Lakes, Ontario MoreLess Info
The Balsam Lake Provincial Park offers guests the opportunity to go canoing, kayaking, paddle boating, and swimming. Guests are also able to camp at this location, which features a gift shop and boat rentals.
86% 44 votes
2 Lindsay Street South, Lindsay, Kawartha Lakes, Ontario MoreLess Info
The Academy Theatre for Performing Arts features a variety of plays and concerts for guests of all ages to enjoy. Visitors who are interested in hosting a performance event can also rent the theatre itself.
At Born to Ride Bicycle, guests can go on scenic and mountain biking guided tours at a location just one hour north of Toronto. Additionally, guests can rent a variety of bicycles, including those suitable for children and mountain bikes.
63% 27 votes
229 Pigeon Lake Rd, Lindsay, Kawartha Lakes, Ontario MoreLess Info
Open during the summer, the Lindsay Twin Drive In offers guests the opportunity to watch a variety of movies from the comfort of their car. The location also features special Dusk to Dawn shows and a snack bar.