Shopping is only 4 km away in nearby Hastings. Part of the world's longest network of recreational trails runs right through Dreamland Resort. The 33 km Lang-Hastings trail (part of the Trans-Canada Recreational Trail) has been widened and upgraded with limestone screenings from Hastings to Peterborough. Click here for a full description and photos of the Lang-Hastings trail. Note: In addition to the information found on the trail website, we have confirmed that disability scooters are permitted on the trail. On June 6, 2012, Hastings was named the Canadian winner of the "World Fishing Network's Ultimate Fishing Town" contest. Follow these links for newspaper coverage in the local Northumberland News
The World Fishing Network representatives arrived in Hastings on June 19th to present the $25,000 prize to the Hastings Environmental Group.
This followed the previous annoucement in December 2011 when Hastings was named one of the top five fishing spots in Canada by the World Fishing Network. Click here to view the original nomination by Robyn Harrison. Enjoy tennis and other recreational sports at the new Field House in Hastings. Use Dreamland as your home base to explore the Trent Severn Waterway in your own boat. (Lock free for 56 km towards Peterborough.) On the third weekend of August, plan to have a noon-time meal at the Warkworth Long Lunch. The traditional buffet BBQ lunch will be changed to a Food Truck event for 2017. Check their website for details.
Clicking on the Asphodel - Norwood logo will take you to a Business Directory Listing of many services and businesses in this area which are located north of the Trent River and Rice Lake (excluding the village of Hastings).
Clicking on the "Welcome to Hastings" image will take you to a Business Directory Listing of many services and businesses located in the village of Hastings.
We are located 4 km west of Hastings Ontario, between Belleville and Peterborough.
Enjoy several local attractions - all within about a 30 to 45 minute drive from Dreamland Resort.