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Elgin County : les meilleurs parcs

Campground
“Well maintained trails - never muddy! Beautiful scenery - very peaceful and quiet. 10 minutes away”
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“Splash pad and playground for the kids, lovely wooded trails. A great place to spend a few hours relaxing with the family. Located right next door to 189 Lake Margaret Trail.”
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Campground
“Bit of a hike. But a beautiful beach. Feeling care-free? --- nudist beach on site.”
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Museum
“This is a nice little museum just up the road that also has hiking trails and is across the road from a provincial park that is on the Trans Canada hiking trail”
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“Friendly park in St.Thomas. Great spot to read a book, go for a walk and look at the beautiful trees and ponds, also area for small hikes.”
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“Solitude Nature Reserve located on Dexter Line offers walking trails through its forests. A good spot for picnic lunches. ”
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“Hawk’s Cliff is a 230 acre property fronting on Lake Erie. It is a protected area that draws bird lovers in the fall when thousands of hawks, songbirds and Monarch butterflies gather before migrating south for the winter. Best to go in the fall. Located just off of on Dexter Line at 4799 Hawk Cliff Road: ”
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“Beautiful large creek. Great for fishing, kayaking, canoeing, boating (electric motor), paddle boarding. Bring your own equipment. FREE parking, FREE entry.”
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“One can walk, jog or cycle south to the Southwold Earthworks, or link to the Trans Canada Trail, which is located along the Homestead Line, south of Iona. Pearce Park is about 16 km away and is accessible along paved roads (Talbot Line or Fingal Line) or picturesque gravel roads.”
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Campground
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“Wonderful view of St. Thomas form above. Canada's first elevated park. Open Thursday to Sunday from 9-5. Really cool place to visit.”
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“Port Bruce Provincial Park is a small area on Lake Erie, there is no camping here, but the view is lovely - you can see across to the USA on a clear day, plus there is great fishing from the pier!”
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Campground
“Dalewood Conservation Area is just 2 km from our holiday home - a lovely lake for canoeing, hiking or birdwatching”
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“The Bluffs Golf Club in Port Stanley is arguably the best 12 hole golf course in Ontario overlooking Lake Erie. The combination of rolling terrain, deep ravines and breathtaking views make this an enjoyable experience for all levels of golfer. The beautiful views, friendly staff and relaxing atmosphere will make your golfing experience a day to remember. Our Driving Range now gives you the chance to practice your swing before hitting the course or take lessons to improve your game. If you are visiting Port Stanley on Vacation, don't forget to pack your clubs...or you can even borrow a set of ours..”
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