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Wellington Beach Lighthouse, Wellington Ontario
Wellington Beach Lighthouse, Wellington Ontario Wellington Beach Address: 22 Beach Street, Bloomfield Ontario, K0K 1G0 The Wellington beach is a popular alternative in the summer to the busy Sandbanks Beach. The Wellington  Lighthouse is off a point along the Wellington Beach, it is a popular area for photographers in both summer and the winter for great photographs. In the winter you...
Source: Lighthousefriends.com Directions: From Highway 401 east of Toronto, take Exit 474 and drive south on County Road 45 (Division Street) to Cobourg. Follow Division Street for 3.2 km (2 miles) until it ends at Victoria Park. From the park, you can walk the east pier to view the light. Great spot to visit right off the trendy downtown and the...
Babcock Mill, Odessa Ontario Eastern Region, Lennox & Addington, Odessa 100 Bridge Street, Odessa, Ontario, K0H 2H0 The Babcock Mill was Built in 1856, this historic mill is a must-see when visiting Odessa in  all seasons. The original site had 3 buildings.  One was a Woolen Mill that faced on to Factory Street.  The centre building was the Saw Mill. It was torn...
Wolfe Island, Quebec Head Lighthouse, Port Metcalfe Ontario 101 Port Metcalfe Ln, Gananoque, ON K7G 3C7, Canada Latitude: 44.238846 Longitude: -76.184113 Located on Québec Head, the northeastern point of Wolfe Island, largest of the Thousand Islands.  The Point has many names including: Quebec Point, Quebec Head, Hemlock Point, and East Point. This is a beautiful spot to visit and explore on Wolfe Island,...
The Tyrone Mill, Tyrone Ontario
The Tyrone Mill, Tyrone Ontario 2656 Concession Rd 7, Tyrone, ON L0B http://tyronemill.net/ The Tyrone mill near Bowmanville may be Ontario's last commercially operated water-powered mill. Within the sprawling Greater Toronto area, there remains a tranquil oasis where visitors can return to simpler pleasures of Pioneer Ontario. That retreat, one of the last commercially operated water-powered mills in the province is found...
Presqu'ile Point Lighthouse, Presqu'ile Provincial Park, Brighton Ontario Park Address:328 Presqu'ile Pkwy, Brighton, ON K0K 1H0 Lattitude and Longitude: 43.9987401 -77.6769157 The lighthouse is situated on the eastern point of the peninsula, formerly known as Gibson's Point. The engineer, Nichol Hugh Baird, designed a 69 foot octagonal stone tower tapering to a pronounced flare at the top with a molded cornice. The...
Salmon Point Lighthouse Address: 714 Salmon Point Rd, Cherry Valley, ON K0K 1P0, Canada Latitude: 43.8578529 Longitude: -77.24179449999997 Travel Instructions: Land access to the lighthouse has been restricted for several years. The former Salmon Point Campground has been sold, and a fence and posted signage restrict access to the site. You should now plan on viewing the light from the water or...
Wow! Grand Bend beach this time of year makes for a spectacular winter scene. Thanks to @emilywalzak for capturing the early ice formations over Lake Huron. #VisitLambtonCounty #DiscoverON #PureOntario Photo courtesy of our instagram follower visitsarnialambton: https://www.instagram.com/visitsarnialambton
Scotts Mill, Milford Ontario
Scotts Mill, Milford Ontario 1 Scotts Mill Rd Milford, ON K0K 2P0 Originally built around 1815 ~ Scotts Mill gave rise to the Town of Milford by providing lumber for buildings. When driviing arond Prince Edward County its important to veer into the villages and side road to see unique pieces of hsitry.  Check out Mill Falls just North of this...
Port Credit Lighthouse, Port Credit Ontario 105 Lakeshore Rd E, Mississauga, ON L5H 1E9 In the 1700s, Port Credit was home to the Mississaugas, who used the river, which they called Missinhe or “trusting creek,” as a place for meeting with white traders. The French and later the English called the area Port Credit and its river the Credit River, as...

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