- TripBuzz found 18 things to do with kids in or near Campbellford, Ontario, including 14 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Brighton, Belleville, Castleton and Lakefield.
- From Ferris Provincial Park to Memorial Military Museum, the Campbellford area offers 29 different types of family activities, including: Military Museums, Parks, Bridges and Monuments.
- Providing a variety of entertainment and cultural activities, Campbellford is a small town with a growing tourism industry. Offering many dining options, the town is home to both a chocolate and cheese factory, as well as both breweries and wineries. There are also art galleries, a large flea market and boutique shopping for all to enjoy.
Ferris Provincial Park features a suspension bridge that takes guests over the Trent River Gorge and over ten kilometers of hiking trails. The site, which features both forest and riverside settings, also offers guests access to a variety of campsites.
This location features a variety of artifacts and models from as early as the 1940s. The Memorial Military Museum's contents include a 1942 Indian Scout motorcycle, a Korean War-era Jeep, and a variety of replica planes.
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The Peter's Wood Provincial Nature Reserve Trail is a 0.8 kilometer hiking and walking path. Open year-round, guests traveling along the trail will pass by open fields and circle around a forest.
The Timber Ridge Golf Course is a 200-acre location with eight different bunkers. The staff also provides junior golf lessons to children and the club's banquet room is a location suitable for Christmas and wedding parties.
Located along Butler Creek, the Proctor House Museum showcases 19thcentury life for its visitors. The Proctor-Simpson Barn has been converted into a theatre that features both a spring and fall play performance.
The scenically-located Mrs. B's Country Candy is a shop that features hand-made specialty candies, including Belgian-style chocolates. The store also features items produced by Brighton residents, including maple syrups and chocolates.