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Culture Days will return September 20 – October 13, 2024.

Cranberry Day in Callander

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Cranberry Trail, Cranberry Road, Callander

Callander, ON

Directions: Free shuttle service from the Callander Community Centre, 1984 Swale St. to the trail every 20 minutes.



Offered in English.

Wheelchair accessible and has gender-neutral washrooms.


Join us on Saturday, September 28th, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. for a day that is all about cranberries! Stroll along beautiful Cranberry Trail which will take you to the marsh. Enjoy horse wagon rides, Don and Friends band, buskers along the trail and kids' activities. Sample treats, have a bite, and find unique products at our vendor booths!

New this year: Free shuttle service from the Callander Community Centre every 20 minutes. Pets on a leash are welcome on the shuttle bus. There will be limited parking on site. We look forward to seeing you!


Municipality of Callander

Located 15 kilometers south of North Bay, Callander’s lush trails and parks, sandy beaches and breathtaking sunsets provide a perfect backdrop for the downtown core. Callander offers the attractive qualities of small-town and country living along with the benefits of having a larger city close by. The combination of “best of both worlds” is why many of Callander’s 3,800 residents have chosen to call the community “home”. Residents and visitors alike also appreciate Callander’s friendly atmosphere, its rich cultural offering, its affordability and the many recreational opportunities available. Surrounded by water, farmland and trails, and next to major highways, Callander has become a four-season destination for tourism from near and far. We invite you to explore this beautiful part of Northern Ontario.


Catharina Nordbeck