- Kincardine Lighthouse and Museum
Golf: 0.93 MI/ 1.5 KM South
Several area golf courses offer a challenging round for players of all skill level. Kincardine Golf Course features nine holes, and both Ainsdale Golf Course and the Blackhorse Golf & Country Club features 18 holes and a driving range to hone your game.
If you want to learn about the history of Kincardine, this hotel's staff suggests visiting the Walker House. Built in 1850 as an inn and tavern, this restored house is the oldest building in Bruce county and has 15 rooms that feature heritage displays.
Don't Go Home Without
Constructed in 1881, the Kincardine Lighthouse is 74 feet tall and capped by a red iron lantern and balcony. Climb the 69 steps of this eight-sided tower to enjoy the beautiful views of Kincardine or listen to The Phantom Piper play at sunset in summer.
There's always something happening in Kincardine, Ontario and this hotel's guests enjoy all of it. Celebrate our heritage at the annual Scottish Festival Highland Games or watch the Kincardine Scottish Pipe Band Parade every summer Saturday night.