Rent a holiday home, apartment or cottage in Kawartha Lakes from just $17 per night
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Popular holiday rental amenities in Kawartha Lakes
Filters are available so you can customize your search for the ideal letting in Kawartha Lakes. You are likely to search and find a holiday letting meeting your expectations in Kawartha Lakes if you can't imagine a holiday without internet or you never miss an episode of your favourite show, as a lot of the rentals include internet or TVs. You can also find a holiday letting if you need a cot for your baby , as 5 of the listed rentals there include cots.
The weather in Kawartha Lakes
- Rainy days
You can see our climate diagram above. July is the warmest month of the year in Kawartha Lakes with temperatures reaching a maximum average of 26°. On the other hand, you could have temperatures dropping under -13° in January. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is January.
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Accommodation options for your holiday in Kawartha Lakes
One-third of the offers (38.66%) in Kawartha Lakes are house rentals. They are the most common holiday lettings on offer there. In addition, the median size of house rentals in Kawartha Lakes is 242 m², with an average price of $717 a night. Furthermore, this specific type of lodging tends to be an excellent option for large groups, since most of the house rentals are able to host groups of 9. If you're searching for another type of accommodation, you can search and compare many other options, including hotel rooms, which are another popular property type in Kawartha Lakes. Hotel rooms in Kawartha Lakes are 47 m² on average, with an average price of $295 a night.
Enjoy a fantastic break at a Kawartha Lakes holiday house
Kawartha Lakes has a wide range of holiday houses on offer. These are typically apartments or holiday cottages that are located near the water. Most holiday rentals have spacious living areas, and everything you'll need for a comfortable stay in this popular Ontario destination. Here's a few options to check out during your stay.
What are the best places to discover the arts and culture of Kawartha Lakes?
History and heritage
The Kawartha Settlers' Village museum and heritage site features a collection of around 20 historic buildings from the area. The village is set in a beautiful rural landscape which was originally part of the Murphy Farm. A large collection of artefacts are on display, including furniture, clothing, and agricultural machinery.
The Academy Theatre in Lindsay is one of the last functioning vaudevillian-era theatres in Ontario. It's housed in a historic building of great architectural significance. A wide range of shows and concerts are put on here throughout the year.
What are the best activities for families in Kawartha Lakes?
Explore Kawartha Lakes with the kids
The Devil's Elbow Ski Area is a great place for a family day out in winter. The ski school is great for kids and beginners; instructors are friendly and create fun lessons for an enjoyable day on the slopes. Children can enjoy learning skiing in a safe environment while progressing through multiple programs.
The Whetung Ojibwa Village in nearby Peterborough offers tours of their workshop that showcase tribal culture, and arts and crafts programs for both adults and children. You can create your own dreamcatcher or necklace here.
Where are the unique attractions in Kawartha Lakes?
Get outdoors and explore the Kawartha Lakes region
Queen Elizabeth II Wildlands Provincial Park is a semi-wilderness habitat with various lakes and wetlands. Look out for wildflowers and bird life in the area, but take care in this fragile environment.
For those of you who like cycling or a stroll, head to Emily Provincial Park where there are a number of cycling and walking tracks. There's also a beach with calm waters for swimming.
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