Nestled within the picturesque landscapes of Ontario, Campbellford is a hidden gem waiting to be discovered. This vibrant community boasts a unique blend of small-town charm and modern amenities, making it an ideal destination for visitors and residents alike.

Campbellford's rich history is palpable as you stroll through its quaint streets lined with heritage buildings and Victorian architecture. The town exudes a sense of warmth and hospitality, with friendly faces greeting you at every turn.

Nature enthusiasts will find themselves captivated by Campbellford's natural beauty. Situated along the scenic Trent-Severn Waterway, outdoor adventures abound with opportunities for fishing, boating, and hiking in the surrounding parks and conservation areas. The mesmerizing Ranney Gorge Suspension Bridge offers breathtaking views of the rushing waters below, providing the perfect backdrop for unforgettable moments.

Beyond its natural allure, Campbellford is a hub of cultural activity. From charming local boutiques and art galleries to vibrant festivals and events, there's always something exciting happening in this close-knit community. Food lovers will delight in the diverse culinary scene, featuring everything from cozy cafes serving up homemade treats to fine dining establishments showcasing local flavors.

Whether you're seeking a peaceful retreat or an adventure-filled getaway, Campbellford offers the perfect blend of relaxation and excitement. Come experience the magic of this charming town and discover why Campbellford is truly a community like no other.

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Campbellford is predominantly agricultural, so there are livestock sales barns, a fair weekend in August, a farmer’s market and the Meyersburg Flea Market to trade antiques. Campbellford also boasts the only cheddar cheese factory in Ontario as well as a chocolate factory for those with a sweet tooth.

The town also has a provincial park as well as golfing, fishing, hiking, skateboarding, in-line skating, BMX riding, lacrosse and soccer facilities. Hockey is very popular in the town thus on offer in various clubs most of which also offer squash and racquetball facilities.


Campbellford can be traced back to 1834. It was given by the British government to the Campbell brothers in 1836 with the Trent river permeating through the property. The river was shallow enough to cross earning the area for crossing the name Campbell’s Ford. It became a village in 1876 and by 1906 it was a town. In 2001, Together with Hastings and Warkworth, Campbellford formed the municipality of Trent Hills and in 2006 the town celebrated a century of existence.

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