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Rock Glen Conservation Area, Arkona Ontario

Rock Glen Conservation Area, Arkona Ontario

Rock Glen Conservation Area, Arkona Ontario 8680 Rock Glen Rd, Arkona, ON N0M 1B0 http://www.abca.on.ca/page.php?page=rock-glen-conservation-area 43° 5’ 3” N • 81° 49’ 67” W 43° 5’ 3.249”, -81° 49’ 17.205” Click this link for Google Map of Rock Glen Conservation Area location. For map of Rock Glen Conservation Area, download Guide with Map of Rock Glen Conservation

Ganaraska Forest, Campbellcroft Ontario

Ganaraska Forest, Campbellcroft Ontario

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

Mariners’ Park Museum, South Bay Ontario

Mariners’ Park Museum, South Bay Ontario

Mariners’ Park Museum, Milford Ontario 2065 County Rd 13, Milford, ON K0K 2P0 This marine museum has over 5,000 artifacts including the top of the lighthouse from False Duck Island. Items on display at the museum include a First Nation’s birch bark canoe and a dugout canoe, and items recovered from area shipwrecks.

Interesting tree vegetation between Gravelly Bay and Big Sand Bay Prince Edward County Ontario

Interesting tree vegetation between Gravelly Bay and Big Sand Bay Prince Edward County Ontario

Interesting tree vegetation between Gravelly Bay and Big Sand Bay Prince Edward County Ontario 79-465 Gravelly Bay Rd, Prince Edward, ON K0K, Canada This was an interesting water steam we found  connected to Lake Ontario between Big Sand Bay and Gravelly bay.  Since this area is so remote, the vegetation and shoreline geology is interesting.

Port Dalhousie Inner Range Lighthouse, St. Catharines Ontario

Port Dalhousie Inner Range Lighthouse, St. Catharines Ontario

Port Dalhousie Inner Range Lighthouse, St. Catharines Ontario 80 Lighthouse Rd. St. Catharines, ON For just over a century, Port Dalhousie harbour served as the northern terminus of the first three Welland Canals. These made the town a maritime destination and industrial centre. This is the third lighthouse to be located on this site. The

West Montrose Covered Bridge (Kissing Bridge) West Montrose Ontario

West Montrose Covered Bridge (Kissing Bridge) West Montrose Ontario

West Montrose Covered Bridge (Kissing Bridge) West Montrose Ontario 1232 Rivers Edge Dr, West Montrose, ON N0B 2V0 The Last Covered Bridge in Ontario The clatter of hoofbeats and the groaning of a wagon wheel echo among the wooden rafters of the old covered bridge. A scene for a western movie? No, an everyday even

Blueberry picking at the BlueBerry Patch, Waupoos Ontario

Blueberry picking at the BlueBerry Patch, Waupoos Ontario

Blueberry picking at the BlueBerry Patch, Waupoos Ontario 3143 County Rd. #8 Picton, Ontario http://www.theblueberrypatch.ca Why is Blueberry picking a destination? In beautiful Prince Edward County in Waupoos the Destinations are endless from Beautiful Blue Waters, Sunflower fields, museums, waterfalls and wine tasting. Right across from the Sunnydale Farms SunFlower Fields the BlueBerry Patch is

Warsaw Caves, Warsaw Ontario

Warsaw Caves, Warsaw Ontario

Warsaw Caves, Warsaw Ontario 289 Caves Rd, Warsaw, ON  http://www.warsawcaves.com/ Highly recommended off the beaten path area Northeast of Peterborough Ontario, The Warsaw Caves are a group of underground caverns, a geological feature located in the Warsaw Caves Conservation Area near the village of Warsaw, Ontario, Canada. The caves have long passages and mostly small

Old Port Credit District, Port Credit Ontario

Old Port Credit District, Port Credit Ontario

Old Port Credit District, Port Credit Ontario http://www.portcredit.com/ Port Credit: The Very Beginning: The story of Port Credit begins long before the arrival of non-Native settlers. Archaeological evidence suggests that both Iroquoian and Algonkian-speaking peoples were attracted to the Credit River Valley over a period of thousands of years. By 1700 the Ojibwa, an Algonkian

Little Cataraqui Creek Conservation Area, Kingston Ontario

Little Cataraqui Creek Conservation Area, Kingston Ontario

Little Cataraqui Creek Conservation Area, Kingston Ontario 1641 Perth Road, Glenburnie, ON http://crca.ca/conservation-lands/conservation-areas/little-cataraqui-creek-conservation-area/ A reclaimed swath of farmland which offers visitors year round access to this natural beauty enjoying 394-heactare of marsh field and forest habitat. This gem just outside of Kingston Ontario boasts a network of trails and boardwalks, great for summertime and wintertime

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