A Day Cruising Lake Scugog and the Shops of Port Perry

Picture this: a pretty and historic downtown, bright blue waters reflecting scores of boats, a local history museum, and a main street full of interesting boutiques. And all this surrounded by farm markets and provided with a most friendly welcome. The town is Port Perry, found just north of the 401 on Highway 7/12.

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Morning

The Port Perry Farmers’ Market is held every Saturday morning from June until Thanksgiving. Vendors sell bee products, heirloom produce, old-fashion...

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Port Perry’s main drag is Queen Street, and stretches from Simcoe Street down to the lake. There’s a shop to suit everyone, including fashion, hom...

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Lunch

Possibly the most popular spot in Port Perry for locals looking for breakfast, brunch, or lunch, the Piano Café puts its own signature twist on sandw...

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Afternoon

Follow signs just east of town for the short drive to the Scugog Shores Museum. This modest local museum is located in a country schoolhouse and featu...

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An après lunch ramble along the waterfront should be next on your agenda. What a thoroughly pleasant place to be on a summer’s day: kids in the pla...

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Dinner

During a two-hour tour of Lake Scugog, the tour guides on the Woodsman point out local points of interest, introduce local history, and even tell a gh...

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Evening

You can’t get any closer to Port Perry’s downtown shops and marina than this. Found a floor above the Piano Café, these four suites each have a k...

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