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Erforsche Port Perry und Umgebung
Ferienregion: "York, Durham & Headwaters"
Kanada, Ontario, Tourismus, Reiseführer
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Port Perry is a community located in Scugog Township in Durham Regional Municipality, Ontario, Canada. The town is located northeast of Toronto and just north of Oshawa. Due to its location in the Greater Toronto Area, many residents will commute to Toronto for work on a daily basis. Port Perry has a population of 9,453 as of 2016.[1] Port Perry serves as the administrative and commercial centre for the Township of Scugog. The town is home to a 24-bed hospital (Lakeridge Health Port Perry), Scugog Township's municipal offices and many retail establishments. Port Perry serves as a hub for many small communities in the Scugog area, such as Greenbank, Raglan, Caesarea, Blackstock and Nestleton/Nestleton Station. The Great Blue Heron Charitable Casino is a major employer. Located at the basin of the Trent-Severn Waterways is Lake Scugog, one of Ontario's largest man-made lakes. A group of local businessmen started the process of bringing the railway to the town in 1867, and the first train on the Port Whitby and Port Perry Railway reached the terminus in Port Perry in 1872. Cargo from all over northern Ontario was shipped via the Trent-Severn Waterway to Port Perry via Lake Scugog, and then via the railway to Whitby, where it could be loaded onto the CP or CN mainlines running along the shore of Lake Ontario, or onto ships in Port Whitby. Businesses quickly moved out of Prince Albert and moved to Port Perry, leaving Prince Albert effectively a suburb of Port Perry today. The Port Perry Granary still stands as a tall sentinel on the shores of Lake Scugog and proud of being Canada's oldest grain elevator outlasting numerous fires and modern day demolition. The Port Perry mill and grain elevator, circa 1930. Originally built in 1873, the building remains a major landmark to this day. The original line of the PW&PP Railway can be seen in the foreground. The village was amalgamated with Cartwright, Reach and Scugog Townships to form the Township of Scugog in 1974 upon the creation of the Regional Municipality of Durham. An Ontario Historical Plaque was erected at the Scugog Shores Museum by the province to commemorate Amber Curry's role in Ontario's heritage.[3] Port Perry is known as a tourist destination in the area for its picturesque, Victorian-era downtown, with many clothing stores, restaurants, cafés, bookstores, galleries and antique shops. In the summer, the town features a number of festivals, including the Mississauga First Nation Pow Wow, the Highland Games, the Dragon Boat Races and StreetFest. Its annual fair, held every Labour Day weekend, has been running for over 150 years. There are also numerous golf courses, both public and private. Other attractions in Port Perry and surrounding area include the Great Blue Heron Charity Casino, Scugog Memorial Library (featuring the Kent Farndale Art Gallery), Scugog Island Cruises (MV Woodman Tour Boat), the Scugog Shores Historical Museum and the Town Hall 1873 Centre for the Performing Arts. At many local farms, visitors may pick their own seasonal fruit (strawberries, raspberries, apples). In the summer, bass tournaments and lakeside activities are also featured. The Lake Scugog shoreline offers two popular lakeside parks, Palmer and Birdseye. There are active fishing seasons, both winter and summer. In the winter months, Lake Scugog is dotted with ice-fishing huts and is a popular destination for both ice fishermen and snowmobilers. Port Perry hosts many tourists throughout the year, and is home to many charming B&B's. The Beaver River Trail is one of the best ways to access and savour the smells, sights and sounds of the pristine and largely undeveloped Beaver River wetland. The flat, dry trail runs along a portion of an abandoned railway line which was purchased by the Lake Simcoe Region Conservation Authority in 1993. Although many enjoy hiking or cross-country skiing the trail, cycling enthusiasts also make use of this unique Conservation Area. Watch for abundant wildlife as you travel along the trail – in the summer you might see a great blue heron, red-winged blackbirds, muskrats and beavers in the wetland. In the winter, the quiet calm soothes the spirit and calms the mind as you listen to the sound of your boots or skis in the snow. The trail between Blackwater and Sunderland is approximately 4 km, and between Sunderland and Cannington it is about 9 km long. This section of the trail runs along the Beaver River. The trail between Cannington and Woodville is approximately 4 km and goes through forest and field ecosystems. Please remember to arrange for someone to pick you up at the end of the linear trail, to take you back to your departure point and vehicle. he charming community of 9,500 residents draws all-season visitors. A day trip or longer to picturesque and historic Port Perry is a good bet, literally and figuratively. Settled in the early 1800s by United Empire Loyalist Peter Perry on the shore of Lake Scugog, the community of 9,500 residents draws all-season visitors thanks to its easy access from Toronto and its many cultural and recreational attractions.








Das Postamt von Port Perry - vielen Dank an Wikipedia und John Vetterli

Beaver River Wetlands Conservation Area - vielen Dank an die "Town of Port Perry"

he Beaver River Trail is one of the best ways to access and savour the smells, sights and sounds of the pristine and largely undeveloped Beaver River wetland. The flat, dry trail runs along a portion of an abandoned railway line which was purchased by the Lake Simcoe Region Conservation Authority in 1993. Although many enjoy hiking or cross-country skiing the trail, cycling enthusiasts also make use of this unique Conservation Area. Watch for abundant wildlife as you travel along the trail – in the summer you might see a great blue heron, red-winged blackbirds, muskrats and beavers in the wetland. In the winter, the quiet calm soothes the spirit and calms the mind as you listen to the sound of your boots or skis in the snow. The trail between Blackwater and Sunderland is approximately 4 km, and between Sunderland and Cannington it is about 9 km long. This section of the trail runs along the Beaver River. The trail between Cannington and Woodville is approximately 4 km and goes through forest and field ecosystems. Please remember to arrange for someone to pick you up at the end of the linear trail, to take you back to your departure point and vehicle.
Die "Nonquon Provincial Wildlife Area" - vielen Dank an die "Town of Port Perry"

The wildlife area is used by the public for fishing, canoeing, hiking and local chapters of the retriever and hunting dog association hold their annual field trials at the property. The property is also used by the Durham District School Board as an outdoor education centre (the Nonquon Environmental Education Centre), providing opportunities for students to learn about ecology and the natural environment

Das "Scugog Shores Historical Museum" - vielen Dank an TripAdvisor
The Scugog Shores Museum Village is currently open for guided tours daily from 10 am - 4 pm. The Scugog Shores Heritage Centre & Archives will be closed until September except by appointment. The Scugog Shores Museums include two different sites in the Township of Scugog. Scugog Shores Museum Village The Scugog Shores Museum Village is located on Scugog Island, overlooking the town of Port Perry. The Museum Village is a great place to learn about the Township of Scugog's heritage and includes: 12 restored historic buildings Heritage flower and vegetable gardens Ojibway Heritage Interpretive Lands


Flying downtown Port Perry, ON








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