This looped route interestingly follows a portion of Northumberland County's Lilac Driving Tour Route (Conc 6 East, Skinkle Rd, Mahoney Rd)http://www.northumberlandtourism.com/LilacDrivingTour/, with chances to visit locks along the internationally-renowned Trent-Severn Waterway, Church-Key Brewing for a sampling of beer, and the Crowe Bridge.
Park on Crowe River Road where a picnic or a nice swim will help you cool off for the next leg of your journey. When heading south on Godolphin from Cty Road 35, watch for an packed-dirt, abandoned rail line .7km along on your right hand side.
This is the Trans Canada Trail marked by an historical sign outlining the history of the Godolphin flag station. Taking this trail to the west will lead you 10km north into Hastings where you can get a bite to eat. Camping at Ferris Park is an affordable option.
It's located just below Campbellford proper, off of County Road 8. If you prefer more comfortable accommodations, try Emilyville Inn in Campbellford for a good nights rest.
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