Peterborough County is located in Southern Ontario, Canada. The county seat is Peterborough.
The southern section of the county is mix of agriculture, urban and lakefront properties. The northern section of the county is mostly sparsely populated wilderness with numerous rivers and lakes, mostly within the recently expanded Kawartha Highlands Provincial Park.
The County contains the Lang Pioneer Village, and the Kawarthas are a major tourist region.
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... The history of Victoria County began with the passing of the Constitutional Act in 1791, dividing Canada into two provinces Upper Canada (present day Ontario) and Lower Canada (present day Québec ... Before the land that became Victoria County could be surveyed, however, speculators had Simcoe removed from office in 1796, and the land was secured from settlement for over 20 years ... Tract included all of Victoria and Peterborough counties, as well as parts of 28 adjacent townships ...
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