WELCOME TO RTO8
Helping Grow Tourism for Kawarthas Northumberland
THE CITY OF KAWARTHA LAKES, PETERBOROUGH & THE KAWARTHAS AND NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY
are synonymous with the Trent-Severn Waterway National Historic Site of Canada, one of the finest interconnected systems of navigation in the world
TO WORK WITH OUR PARTNERS TO BUILD A COMPETITIVE TOURISM DESTINATION THAT
Highlights the unique attributes of the region
Demonstrates leadership in product and experiential development
Penetrates key markets through total brand ownership
Attracts investment and qualified stable workforce
WHY KAWARTHAS NORTHUMBERLAND?
RTO8 exists to support a competitive and sustainable regional tourism industry, attract visitors, generate economic activity and create jobs. We work with industry partners to build up the Kawarthas Northumberland region through experience development, investment, marketing, and workforce development
The Regional Tourism Organization 8 (RTO8) Board of Directors is extending a call for new members. The Board is currently looking for talented leaders willing to devote their time and skills in shaping the future of the tourism industry in the Kawartha’s Northumberland Region. People who are able to communicate effectively, think strategically, and work well with others will make good candidates.
Calling all Culinary Providers within Kawarthas Northumberland. We’re reaching out to all food & beverage producers and providers within Kawartha Lakes, Peterborough City and County and Northumberland County to get creative and showcase a culinary product created to commemorate the 101st anniversary of through navigation on the Trent-Severn Waterway National Historic Site of Canada.
We’re inviting artists within the Kawarthas Northumberland region to get creative and design a wooden paddle that depicts the uniqueness or the history of one of the nine designated Trent-Severn Trail Town (TSTT) communities. The communities are: Campbellford, Hastings, Lakefield, Buckhorn, Bobcaygeon, Lindsay, Fenelon Falls, Coboconk and Rosedale. We’re inviting artists within the Kawarthas Northumberland region to get creative and design a wooden paddle that depicts the uniqueness or the history of one of the nine designated Trent-Severn Trail Town (TSTT) communities. The communities are: Campbellford, Hastings, Lakefield, Buckhorn, Bobcaygeon, Lindsay, Fenelon Falls, Coboconk and Rosedale.
If you a consumer facing business located within 2km of one of the 9 Trent-Severn Trail Town (TSTT) communities, the answer should be YES! Sign up today so your businesses can start to benefit from the TSTT program and its marketing initiatives. Click the logo on the left to view the criteria and to submit an application.
This video series by Destination Canada is designed to help Canadian tourism business get the most out of their marketing efforts, reach travellers and remain competitive. The quick tutorials feature Destination Canada team members sharing their expertise.