DUE TO COVID-19 APPOINTMENTS ARE
REQUIRED FOR FARM VISITS
Laveanne Lavender Fields resides in rural Ontario Canada, within the picturesque rolling hills of Northumberland County. We are about 20 minutes North of Port Hope, 30 minutes South of Peterborough and 60 minutes East of Toronto.
Laveanne Lavender Fields
8667 Gilmour Road, Campbellcroft, ON L0A 1B0
Curb-side pickup purchases only, please shop our online lavender boutique, due to Corvid-19.
Please support us during this challenging time.
Curb-side pickup hours Thursday to Sunday, 11 am to 3 pm weekly. Special appointment pickup times available by email request prior to arrival.
July 1st to 31st only, 8:45am to 5:15pm daily.
Visit us for the lavender bloom in July only, by online appointment, due to Covid-19.
Private after-hours photography, by permit only.
Please sign up to our newsletter for bloom reminder notification for 2021.
Due to Covid-19, appointments are required to control the number of people visiting our lavender fields and curb-side pickup.
Drop-ins may not be able to be accommodated.
Due to Covid-19 no cash sale.
Visa, MasterCard, Interac, accepted.
Dogs are not allowed, except guide dogs.
No drone fly-overs permitted.
To Get Here
TRAVELING FROM THE WEST
TRAVELING FROM THE EAST
If travelling from the West by way of Hwy 401, exit
on to Hwy 115 and go North until you reach the
exit for Kirby. (County Rd. 9 Ganaraska Rd.) Take Ganaraska Rd. East until you reach Gilmour Rd. approximately 22 km. This route allows you
to experience the true beauty of the
rolling hills of Northumberland County.
The most direct route if travelling from the East by way of Hwy 401 involves taking the Port Hope
exit 464 North. This route, along Hwy 28 North
will bring you to Ganaraska Rd. Simply turn
left on Ganaraska Rd. until you see
Gilmour Rd. on the right-hand side
Things To Do
IN THE TOWN OF PORT HOPE
Due to Covid-19 restrictions, please check on-line places of interest before you travel. Certain attractions may have to remain closed such as theatres or may have restrictions on the number of people at one time.
So you have come to Campbellcroft, what else is there to do in the area? Port Hope is an interesting and intriguing place. Leaving Laveanne and going right and south on Gilmour Rd. the first place you could explore is our neighbour at # 8382 Lindwood Acres Trout Farm open daily for tours of his stock ponds and fresh fish purchase. Continuing down the road, if you turn left on Ganaraska Rd. 9 and go East until you get to HWY. #28. There, then turn right going South towards Port Hope, you will discover two very different but very interesting shopping experiences, Herma’s Fine Foods ( more than just food ) and then Primitive Designs. Continuing South on HWY. # 28 you come into the Town of Port Hope. Like a time
capsule, the downtown architecture captures the flavour of small-town Ontario in the late 1800s, enhanced by its renowned antique, boutique, galleries and one of a kind shops. If you plan to stay for dinner Port Hope has many fine restaurants to choose from, with cuisine ranging from North American, European, Thai, Chinese or Greek. Visiting a cafe or pub can provide a relaxing break to your day out.
There is so much more to do but this may require a longer stay. They include live theatre, museums, architectural tours, outdoor recreation and much more. (please see the www.visitporthope.ca website for things to do in the area).
Planning a Stay-over in Kawartha/ Northumberland? The region comprised of Kawartha Lakes, Peterborough & the Kawarthas & Northumberland County, a prime vacation destination for the Greater Toronto Area. Please visit Trip Planner to assist in planning the ultimate getaway to the region.
Visit Northumberland Tourism’s website for other exciting places to visit while you are visiting our county.