Campbellford is a small town in Northumberland County, Ontario, Canada, in the municipality of Trent Hills. Campbellford has a vibrant arts community, and is particularly known for its musical scene. It is home to the Westben Arts Festival Theatre; the Lowdown Blues Band, as well as numerous other local bands and musicians; and the Aron Cinema, which shows both movies and live entertainment. Campbellford is also near Warkworth and Hastings Village, which have many tourist attractions, and shops.
In addition to Ferris Provincial Park, the town has a number of eclectic tourist attractions, including a 27 ft (8.2 m) high statue of a toonie (the unofficial name for Canada's two-dollar coin, which was designed by local artist Brent Townsend); the Memorial Military Museum; and the annual antique motorbike and car show, held on the first weekend of July. The town is home to a brewery (Church-Key Brewing Company), World’s Finest Chocolate, and eastern Ontario's only remaining rural cheese factory (Empire Cheese).
If you are looking to grab a bite to eat, Campbellford has many restaurants including Tish’s Country Kitchen, Trent Hills Restaurant, and Cheung’s Family Restaurant.
Children in Campbellford will be bussed into Peterborough for public schooling in The Kawartha and Pine Ridge district School Board, or The Catholic School Board. Peterborough has many reputable schools with its most famous being Peterborough Collegiate & Vocational School which was recently shut down (June 2012) and had its Integrated Arts Program moved to Thomas A. Stewart Secondary School.
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