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ZimArt Recommends!

Many Rice Lake Gallery visitors come from outside the region. Here are some recommendations for dining, accommodation and other places to visit in the area. These favourites are based on our own experience or those of our visitors.

Please click on the names below to go directly to their web sites for more information.

EAT!
There are many options for you to explore depending on which direction you are coming from or going to. The options include everything from the finest dining to award-winning butter tarts!

STAY!
The whole region is a popular destination for visitors and there is every type of accommodation, from luxury boutique B&B’s in unspoiled rural settings, to popular chain motels and hotels in nearby Peterborough. Rice Lake is 32 km long and you can camp, rent a cottage or stay at a family resort on both the north and south sides of this famous fishing lake.

Golden Pathways Retreat and B&B, 3075 Wallace Point Rd., Otonabee, 12 km north of the Gallery

Wildwood Cottages, 1328 Second Line, Bailieboro, 4 km east of the Gallery

PLAY!
There is so much to see and do within a 30 minute drive of the Gallery you are spoiled for choice.
The Rice Lake Gallery is located overlooking Rice Lake from the north, in Peterborough County, but very close to the border of Northumberland County. Please visit the official websites for Peterborough and the Kawarthas and Northumberland County for more information about places to stay, play and dine.

 

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Idyllic, rural, and quintessentially Canadian, each year the 4th Line Theatre Company presents Canadian plays – written by and about Canadians; small town stories or broad national sagas that touch a nerve in all of us. Only 16 km from the Rice lake Gallery.