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Ice fishing in Ontario
Contact Information:Rockview Camp, 99 Rockview Road, Callander Ontario, Canada, P0H 1H0
Tel./Fax 705-752-3067, within Canada 1-877-752-3067
New owners, unknown to us.
Languages spoken: English
Description:Our first experience with ice fishing on Lake Nipissing at our friends at the Rockview Camp. We loved this peaceful time in a well heated hut on the lake. All required equipment was provided as well as a shuttle service. Check with the new owners!
Contact Information:Grand River Conservation Authority, Ontario, 4969 Haldimand Rd. #20, Dunnville, Canada, Ontario N1A 2W3
Description:Byng Island is a conservation area on the banks of the Grand River, close to Dunnville.
We love to visit the large swimming pool on Byng Island. It is kept very clean.
Byng Island is a large recreational area with a camp site. It offers very much for all nature lovers. Bird watching, fishing, hiking, biking, fishing, and many other outdoor activities.
Rock Point Provincial Park on Lake Erie
Contact Information:Rock Point Provincial Park, P. O. Box 158, Dunnville, Ontario N1A 2X5, Canada
Description:A great place for camping - tents, motor homes, trailers. Sandy beach. Bicycle rentals. Purchase a day pass for swimming and relaxing in wonderful nature.
Selkirk Provincial Park on Lake Erie
Contact Information:Selkirk Provincial Park, R.R.#1, Selkirk, Ontario N0A 1P0, Canada
Description:If you travel along Lake Erie and need a break, stop here and purchase a day pass. Enjoy the great nature and the shallow warm water of the lake. We are both attracted by the marsh area and want to explore that with a rented boat. Elizabeth, my wife, is an animal lover and certainly she will take many pictures of birds and all the other creatures which we will discover here. Canoes and other small boats can be launched her, but you also can rent one. We will use our little tent, we do not have a motor home or a trailer. Most Provincial Parks will not offer cottages.
Cottage Life - Important to Know
Description:If you come to our province in Canada and you want to enjoy the nature without traveling every day large distances, think about vacations in a nice cottage or a cottage resort. You still can do little relaxing day trips and staying on one place will help you to learn much more about our country and its people. Our web site gives you information what to expect. Fishing is in most cottage resorts one of the main attractions.
A tour along the Grand River
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Description:If you are staying in the Niagara Region of Ontario you should also spend some time for sightseeing. One of the many tours which we recommend is along the Grand River. This web site gives you a little impression what to expect and what you can do. Fishing, boating and even swimming are only a few of the highlights.
A tour along the northern shore of Lake Erie
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Description:We start with our tour in Fort Erie. Lake Erie is relatively shallow and warms up fast. However, divers can still visit hidden treasures in the lake. Diving tours are offered by certain operators. Swimming, boating, fishing are only a few things you can do. Visit some of the Provincial parks. This site will be continuously updated.
A visit to the Christian Camp Kahquah in Magnetawan, Ontario
Contact Information:Camp Kahquah, 1230A Nipissing Rd, RR#1, Magnetawan, ON, P0A 1P0, Tel: 705-387-3923, Fax: 705-387-0045
Description:After a severe surgery Elizabeth, my wife, went with a friend from our "Brethren in Christ Church" to Camp Kahquah in beautiful Magnetawan for recovery. The brief program was called "Indian Summer Retreat". She had a real good time, enjoying the spiritual messages, the singing and all the outdoor and indoor activities with other Christians and real friendship. ask for youth programs. Please contact the administration of the cam for information about camping. Check their web site!
Three Oak Tourist Resort in Bruce Mines, Ontario
Contact Information:Three Oak Tourist Resort, RR #1, Bruce Mines, ON, POR 1CO, Phone: 705-785-3875, Toll free: 1-888-287-6928
Dieter & Renate Heller, English and German spoken
Description:Three Oak Tourist Resort... that means 7 housekeeping cottages on a beautiful northern Ontario lake - Gordon Lake - just 45 minutes east of Sault Ste. Marie and the US border. Please use above link to learn more details about our cozy and well equipped cottages.