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Old 02-23-2012, 03:16 PM   #11
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While you are in Toronto you can drive 5 more hours east and end up at Upper Canada Village. You will never forget this extra trip and the campgrounds along the st Laurence seaway are the nicest in the word.

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Old 02-23-2012, 04:11 PM   #12
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If you do go to Upper Canada Village stay way from Upper Canada Campground. I would stay at the KOA in Ottawa South or one of the Parks of the St. Lawrence CG. Riverside Cedar is a nice park as well as the Long Sault Parkway were you will find several different CG. You could also stay near the Ivy Lea bridge and take a boat trip trough the 1000 islands. The Rideau Canel which is an UNESCO world heritage site. There is so much to do in Ontario it would be hard to see and do it all in one trip.

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Old 02-23-2012, 05:08 PM   #13
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Originally Posted by froggy View Post
OK, 'eh'!
Coming to see you in mid June 2012.
Thanks for the info, eh!
Noticed you are coming from ORO Valley, AZ. If you care to venture about an hour north of Toronto....we are not far from ORO-Medonte Township in Orillia Ontario. (We liked the similarity in the names). Look us up and email to drop by...we are not far from Mara Provincial Park. And, the proper term is Eh...which I can see didn't take long for you to catch on... LOL Cheers!

P.S. you won't have enough vacation time to see it all....We absolutely love Northern Ontario; having spent 25 years there....we are talking north of Algonquin Park....there's nothing like it!!!!

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