top of page

Things to do

Black and White Train

Central Frontenac Railway Museum 

The Kick and Push Railway museum is located in the heart of downtown Sharbot Lake at the junction of the former Canadian Pacific Railway and Kingston and Pembroke rail lines. It is a wonderful reminder of the important role the railway served within Sharbot Lake and nearby communities.

Screen Shot 2021-07-10 at 7.41.21 PM.png

Shabot Obaadjiwan Cultural Centre

Located on 50 acres between Highway 7 and White Lake you will find the cultural centre for the Shabot Obaadjiwan First Nation.  Here you can learn and purchase story books, herbs and much more.  


K&P Trail

Travel this glorious trail via foot, bicycle, atvs, horses to see all the glorious sights and sounds of nature at its best.

Examining Crops

Sharbot Lake Farmers Market

On a lovely sunny Saturday morning there is no better place to be than at the market on the beach. Grab a delicious freshly baked muffin to enjoy while you mosey through the stalls.  The producers are lovely people who are always happy to chat to customers about their produce or products.  Everything you see at the market is grown and produced locally.  You’ll be able to find fresh produce, baked goods, soaps, crafts, fresh meat, syrups and much more.   All are great reasons to come out and support this regions local farmers, growers and producers. 

Theartre performance

North Frontenac Little Theatre

Enjoy an afternoon or evening in Sharbot Lake watching your favourite characters, scenes, songs and magic from some of your beloved stories. 


NFLT has been an active part of the Frontenac County arts scene for 33 years providing a variety of theatre experiences for people of all ages.

Some of our all time favourites have been, Aladdin, Turtle crossings, Pinocchio, The Music Man, Grease and many many more. 


Sharbot Lake Beach

The beach is the most iconic landmark in Sharbot Lake. With a sandy beach perfect for building sand castles or swimming in the water. The large play ground offers hours of fun.

The beach is appealing to all ages with access for fishing, canoeing, paddle boarding, boating,  wind surfing and much more. Take in local festivals and events throughout the summer, including Canada Day.  The K&P trail is also accessible from the beach.

Need a break from the heat?  The beach is in the heart of the town with most of our local restaurants, cafes and shops at its footsteps.  


Lake and Mountians

Sharbot Lake Provincial Park

Come visit one of Sharbot Lake's most spectacular landscapes. This park is located on two beautiful, clear lakes that offer great canoeing, boating, fishing and swimming. Sharbot Lake Provincial park boasts 164 treed campsites. It offers a wide range of activities from biking, birding and hiking.  Be sure not to miss the special kids discovery program offered in July and August. 


Frontenac Trail Tours

Experience a one of a kind getaway in Sharbot Lake.   

Frontenac Trail Tours provides unique getaway experiences that highlight all that Frontenac County offers. Cycle, ride or trek your way through the county as you discover all of its hidden gems with Frontenac Trail Tours.

Screen Shot 2021-06-30 at 7.04.06 AM.png

Early ON & Youth Programs

Since 1975 Rural Frontenac Community Services has embraced the meaning of community with a team of compassionate individuals connecting people of all ages. RFCS offers a wide range of services for younger children and youth.  Look for their summer programs that offer outdoor activities at the beach and indoor activities at their centre. 

Calm Lake

Rent a boat

Enjoy the peaceful serenity of Sharbot Lake or explore the pictureque 99 islands by renting a boat for the day.  



Come discover the history of Sharbot Lake by visiting the libraries archives.

bottom of page