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Ganaraska Forest, Campbellcroft Ontario Address: 10585 Cold Springs Camp Rd, Campbellcroft, ON L0A 1B0 http://www.grca.on.ca/conservation-areas-port-hope.html Come and experience southern Ontario's largest forest. Located within an hour's drive of Toronto, straddling the Counties of Northumberland, Peterborough, Victoria and the Region of Durham, the Ganaraska Forest offers the best in outdoor recreation. Today the forest is a living example of how the principles of integrated...
Address – In Picton, take Bridge Street, then Union Street to 224 County Road 8 on the eastern outskirts of Picton. Activities/Features:  Birdwatching, Comfort Station. Flora, Hiking , Trails, Off-road cycling, Photo Spots, Picnic Areas, Snowshoeing/skiing, Dog walking Macaulay Mountain is a favourite destination for hikers and picnickers. Macaulay Mountain area features 440 acres offering easy hiking in the lowland area,...
Bay of Quinte Walking Trail, Belleville, Ontario 35 Keegan Parkway, Belleville, Ontario This trail has several spots to park and enjoy the view of the Bay of Quinte. We have mapped out the location furthest East to park as you venture West, through Ponds, Parks, great vantage points, a Lighthouse as you can continue along through Zwicks Park.
Massassauga Point Conservation Area, Belleville, Ontario This is a tucked away, quiet little spot worth getting out to if your in the Quinte/Prince Edward Area.  Tucked around the bay of Quinte is offers a few hiking trails in the woods or take the shoreline water walk wrapping around the Bay Of Quinte. People also come here to picnic, or fish...
Circa 1835 William Lang and his wife Jane (Stewart) Lang built a carding and fulling mill on the Indian River, a mile north of the village of Lang. The sawmill in Lang burned in 1873 and shortly thereafter, William and his son-in-law Richard Hope added a saw house to their mill. By1892 the wool and carding business was discontinued...
The famous Bon Echo Rock, Bon Echo Provincial Park, Cloyne Ontario 16151 Ontario 41, Cloyne, ON K0H 1K0 https://www.ontarioparks.com/park/bonecho Glowing Gold and red in the rays of the evening sunset, and framed by pine and birch trees, Bon Echo rock is a ready-made subject for a painting or photograph. Rising from a geological fault line for 1.6 kiolometres along Mazinaw Lake,...
Nawautin Nature Sanctuary, Grafton Ontario 101 Keewatin Dr, Grafton, ON K0K 2G0 Tucked away, quite, remote, and quaint This 5.31 hectare sanctuary shelters a wide variety of wildlife including deer, fox, beaver, rabbits and birds. Discover a small covered bridge, several ponds, waterfront parks and a pebbly beach that slopes gradually to Lake Ontario. Accessible from the Estate of Nawautin Shores,...
Beaver Meadow Conservation Area Address: County Road 11, Cherry Valley, Ontario Beaver Meadow is not a well known point in Prince Edward County. When approaching the sign you drive through a rough road for a few minuets to the parking lot and then have a few options for hiking. You can walk along and through the marsh and deep into a...
Point Petre Hike Prince Edward County, Point Ontario GPS: N 43 14.3 W 79 58.383 Access: Moderate You must find the right spot!! Directions: From Picton follow County Rd 10 south to Cty Rd 24 which will take you to  the point. When driving some the old service road on Cty Rd 24, you still have to take trail into the shoreline along the water.  The...
French River Gorge and Suspension Bridge , Alban Ontario GPS Coordinates for the Bridge: N46 1.019 W80 35.138 Park Address: 20526 Trans-Canada Hwy 69, P0M1A0,, Alban, ON Phone: (705) 857-1630 Website: http://www.ontarioparks.com/park/frenchriver The French River is the first designated Canadian Heritage River that Aboriginal people used for travel and as a meeting place for thousands of years. Visit the award-winning French River Visitor Centre...

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