Places to visit: Campbellford

Campbellford Waterway Bridge

 If you’re spending a day in Campbellford, Ontario, there are several delightful activities to explore. Here are some recommendations:

  1. Ranney Gorge Suspension Bridge: Located within Ferris Provincial Park, this 300-foot-long suspension bridge hovers 30 feet above the Ranney Gorge. As you walk across, you’ll feel it sway slightly beneath your feet, offering picturesque views of the surrounding area.
  2. Westben: If you’re a music enthusiast, don’t miss Westben. This custom-built 400-seat timber-frame barn hosts a variety of musical genres, from Bach to Broadway, opera, choral, jazz, folk, and world music. During the summer, the walls and doors roll away, allowing music to waft over the meadow. Additionally, there’s an intimate 100-seat performance venue at the Clock Tower Cultural Centre.
  3. Church-Key Brewing Company: Folk gather here to enjoy a pint by the fire. It’s a cozy spot where you can unwind and savor craft beers.
  4. Healey Falls: Explore the natural beauty of Healey Falls. Parking is available on the shoulder of the road, and it’s a serene place to appreciate the outdoors.
  5. Toonie Monument: Campbellford is home to the Giant $2 Coin Statue, located in Old Mill Park along the river. Don’t forget to snap a selfie with this unique attraction.

Remember to take in the local charm and perhaps indulge in some delicious treats at Dooher’s Bakery or visit the World’s Finest Chocolate Factory Outlet Store. Enjoy your day in Campbellford! 🌟🍁🌲

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