Sights and Scenes of Bobcaygeon, Ontario-Brad Sinclair Flat Rate Realty

Bobcaygeon is a community on the Trent-Severn Waterway in the City of Kawartha Lakes, east-central OntarioCanada.
Bobcaygeon was incorporated as village in 1876, and became known as the “Hub of the Kawarthas”. Its recorded name bob-ca-je-wan-unk comes either from the Mississauga Ojibway word baabaagwaajiwanaang “at the very shallow currents”, giishkaabikojiwanaang “at the cliffed cascades” or obaabikojiwanaang “at currented rocky narrows”, or from the French beau bocage“beautiful hedged farmland”. The first lock in the Trent-Severn Waterway was built in Bobcaygeon in 1833.
The town is situated on three islands, along with the main land.
Bobcaygeon’s chief industry is tourism, particularly related to recreational fishing. Bobcaygeon is a hub for the region, providing many of the services unavailable in the smaller neighbouring communities.
For the song by The Tragically Hip, see Bobcaygeon (song).

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