Places to stay in Omemee, Ontario
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Omemee is a community within the city of Kawartha Lakes, Ontario formerly known as Victoria County. Omemee was the early childhood home of musician Neil Young before he moved to Winnipeg and his father, sports writer, Scott Young. Local restaurants include Bill's Pizza House, Badger Diner Bar And Grill, King's Restaurant, and Mark's Finer Diner.
Wondering where to stay? The community is mainly known for Cottage or Rental style accommodations, though there are a few nearby Bed and Breakfasts. If you are travelling in the area, Omemee is located close to Auburn Mills, Brown Lake, Leskard, Kiluna Island and Mount Julian.
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- Longitude: -78°33'34.927
- Latitude: 44°17'53.764
Things to see and do
Whitetail Golf & Country Club Estates
Located at 935 Elm Tree. Nestled in the heart of protected woodlands, rolling hills, mature trees, creeks and ponds, Whitetail Golf Club provides an exceptional experience for all golfers. This wonderfully manicured 18 hole Championship Golf Course offers beautifully conditioned bent grass greens, tee decks and fairways.
Lindsay Golf & Country Club
Located at 282 Lindsay St South. Lindsay Golf and Country Club course is recognized as one of the finest championship courses in the Kawartha’s. The architect, Graham Cooke, designed a layout that seamlessly blends parkland holes with traditional links. The golf course features rolling fairways and small, fast greens that demand accuracy. There are several sand traps strategically placed around the greens and water comes into play on half of the holes in the form of small and large ponds. Five sets of tees allow golfers of all skill levels to enjoy the course; and never tire of the challenge.
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