Kawartha Northumberland

Welcome to Northumberland County, Ontario – a picturesque and historic region located on the north shore of Lake Ontario.

With its stunning natural beauty, rich cultural heritage, and welcoming community, Northumberland County is a must-visit destination for any traveler.

Explore the region’s natural beauty by hiking or biking along the scenic trails of Ganaraska Forest, enjoying a day on the water at Cobourg Beach or Presqu’ile Provincial Park, or taking a leisurely drive through the rolling hills of the countryside.

History buffs will love visiting the many historic sites and landmarks in Northumberland County, including the Cobourg and District Historical Society, the Port Hope Archives, and the Victoria Hall National Historic Site.

For foodies, the region offers a deliciously diverse culinary scene, featuring locally sourced produce, craft beers, and artisanal cheeses. Sample delicious farm-to-table cuisine or indulge in some of the region’s famous butter tarts.

Don’t miss the iconic Big Apple, a Northumberland County landmark and roadside attraction that’s been delighting visitors since 1966. Known for its giant apple-shaped building and mouth-watering apple pies, the Big Apple is a must-visit destination for anyone passing through the region.

Whether you’re looking for outdoor adventure, cultural exploration, or simply a relaxing getaway, Northumberland County has something for everyone. Come discover the magic of this hidden gem and experience the natural beauty, history, and hospitality of this incredible Ontario community!