I am fortunate enough to live in the south-west region of Kawartha Lakes, Ontario. With 3,083 km² of real estate, there are plenty of places to explore. Whether I want to spend a full day or if I only have a few hours to get out for a quick ride, there is no shortage of quality roads in the area.
One of my favourite loops circles around Kawartha Highlands Provincial Park. With the bikes on autopilot, we head east through such towns as Fenelon Falls and Bobcaygeon. From Mennonite communities to lakeside patios, this area has it all.
Continuing east of Bobcaygeon, motorcycles are naturally drawn to the famous Highway 507 that heads north to the Town of Gooderham. The 507 has been named one of the best motorcycling roads that Ontario has to offer. Catch the 503 to Tory Hill and then the 118 will hook you up with Dyno Road (County Rd 48) that will have you rolling south into Silent Lake. Continue south on Highway 28 to Burleigh Falls and take in some of the rich history of the area dating back to the 1800s.