An Exclusive Riverside Community
Haven on the Trent
Sifton Properties Limited is proud to bring you Haven on the Trent – the perfect setting for peaceful living in Northumberland County. Enjoy single detached homes with picturesque views along the tranquil shores of the Trent River.
Haven on the Trent River is situated across the river from Ferris Provincial Park and backs onto Seymour Conservation Area. Explore countless trails, walk across Ranney Gorge Suspension Bridge or simply relax at the river’s edge.
Community and Site Features
• Up to half-acre wooded & riverside lots that are fully serviced with water, gas, hydro, sewers and phone and internet connections
• A community riverside park
• Peaceful & natural surroundings
A park along the riverfront is being designed to provide Haven homeowners with a welcoming community space for residents and visitors alike. Host a picnic, explore trails, or take in the exquisite views offered by one of the outlook platforms along the trail.
Campbellford Recreation and Wellness Centre
Located right across from Haven on the Trent!
The new Campbellford Recreation and Wellness Centre will be a multi-use recreation facility featuring an NHL sized ice rink, fitness centre and lane and therapy pools.
Construction is scheduled to begin Fall 2021.
Life in Campbellford
A Full Service Community
Haven is located just outside of the Kawarthas on the edge of Campbellford, a small town with a charming downtown and all conveniences necessary.
Complete with a hospital, walk-in clinics, dentists and libraries
Campbellford boasts many local shops, a farmer’s market, local breweries and the small town hospitality many have grown to love. Walk or ride your bike to the quaint and charming downtown and experience a thriving arts community full of life and wonder.
A new Recreation & Wellness Centre is coming to Campbellford within walking distance of Haven on the Trent. It will feature an ice pad and aquatics centre with both a lane pool and smaller therapy pool.
Situated on the Trent-Severn Waterway and Trans Canada Trail and just a short drive from Highway 401, this town is one of Ontario’s best kept secrets, waiting for you to discover.