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Originally Port Perry was the village of Scugog and was renamed in 1851 in honour of Peter Perry. The development of the area in the first half of the 19th century was mostly attributed to Mr. Perry's foresight for this community.

This rural town situated on the western shore of Lake Scugog, features two lakeside parks focusing on its picturesque boating environment. A Victorian-era downtown offers unique shopping opportunities, along with summer festivals, Highland Games, StreetFest, and the Mississauga Indians tribal PowWow.

The Scugog Memorial Library featuring the Kent Farndale Art Gallery, Scugog Shores Historical Museum, and the Northwood Buffalo and Exotic Animal Ranch offer many choices for fun and recreation. 'The Woodman' provides cruises on Lake Scugog featuring panoramic views of historical habitant built along the extensive waterways.

Port Perry accommodations offer interesting short-term lodging in private homes and in some cases, small buildings converted for guests. Cottages, resorts, campgrounds are recommended.

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Nestleton Waters Inn Inc. B&B Nestleton 3440 Beacock Road Request Info
Springwater RV Resort RV/Camping Nestleton 4331 7A HWY

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