An Early Fall Colour Extravaganza in Ontario’s Kawartha Lakes Region

March 11, 2006 (PRLEAP.COM) Travel News

Travel and Transitions publisher Susanne Pacher recently went on a country driving tour of the Kawartha Lakes Region, a beautiful recreational area northeast of Toronto. The major city of the area is Peterborough, a university city of roughly 70,000 people. The Kawartha vacation region offers hundreds of lakes and waterways, including Rice Lake, Stoney Lake, Buckhorn Lake, Pigeon Lake, Lovesick Lake and Sturgeon Lake, providing an ideal getaway for boaters and water lovers. Many of the lakes are connected by the Trent-Severn Canal which stretches 387 km from the Bay of Quinte to Georgian Bay, connecting Lake Ontario and Lake Huron. For complete coverage including photos of this travel experience please visit

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