Opening on Tuesday, May 19th

Well ...... we believe the time has come to cautiously attempt to re-open our PETERBOROUGH doors!!!! We will be there to welcome you all for shopping on Tuesday morning. Please note that at this time we are unable to accept dropoffs as we attempt to reconfigure our space and navigate our new normal. Once this happens we will be be happy to once again take In all of your wonderful spring and summer items. Stay tuned for updates as to the opening of our Lindsay location and the start of dropoffs in Peterborough. Thank you all for your patience and understanding as our fabulous staff make their way through this transition back to business. We hope to see you all soon!!

Thank you all so much for you understanding;
Tammy and the staff at Recycled Kids

Peterborough Location

 Find out about new arrivals, children's clothing, equipment, toys books & more!

Come visit us to see our beautiful selection of wooden nursery furniture.

Recycled Kids in Peterborough OntarioWillowcreek Plaza
400 Lansdowne Street East
Peterborough, Ontario K9J 6X0
Phone: 705-749-9070

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Lindsay Location

 See our Lindsay location's new arrivals, sales, kids clothing and more.

Visit us to see our New wood Baby furniture like cribs & change tables.

img lindsay location2Downtown Lindsay
20 Kent Street West
Lindsay, Ontario K9V 2Y7
Phone: 705-328-9083

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Welcome To Recycled Kids


Recycled Kids has two incredible locations in which you will find clean, organized, and well stocked with a huge selection of quality new and used name brand children’s and maternity clothing, toys and equipment.


We also offer a full line of new solid wood nursery furnishings as well as other new baby and children’s items.


We offer consignment, cash or in-store trade for your gently used children’s clothing, toys and baby equipment in excellent condition.





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