Webbwood Pines B & B

14 Minto Street, Webbwood, Ontario, P0P2G0, Canada | B&B
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This B&B is located on 14 Minto Street, Webbwood.
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Travel Blogs from Webbwood

Taking it slow in Ontario!

A travel blog entry by bigfoot_travels on Jun 11, 2014

3 comments, 25 photos

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Next camp was at the EMPTY Agawa Bay campsite in Lake Superior Provincial Park a lovely campsite on the beach but again lots of mosquitos!! We had our 1st beach camp, 1st fire, 1st sunset photo & 1st trail walk!!

The ice has only recently cleared of the lake & it was a cool 3C ...

02 Chutes PP

A travel blog entry by tombuttle on May 28, 2014

12 photos

This is a great little Provincial Park
on the River aux Sables and a walking distance to Massey on Highway
17. Our two nights next to the gorge and loud sounding chutes were
great. We walked their only trail – The Twin Bridges Trail – to
view the Seven Sisters Rapids and have a picnic overlooking one of
them. The ...

Remote and beautiful

A travel blog entry by margotsilva on Sep 06, 2013

12 photos

Killarney, Beautiful remote Provincial Park...
This is a very remote site, one hour drive off the highway… road in poor condition. Population 500

Really nice park known to hikers. We arrived around 4, set up camp and hiked Granite Ledge, about an hour .. The hike was rutty, rooty, rocky and reminded us of Mt .Major ...

Ottawa west.......

A travel blog entry by pierrette5 on Aug 24, 2013

3 photos

The great trek through Ontario, the never ending province! We're starting the day with 15,770 km under Winnie's wheels so far! Hayfields, cattle, wild flowers, beautiful forests, big blue skies and the leaves are starting to change colour in Ontario....fall is on it's way! Stopped in the town of Pembroke, Ontario to enjoy their Saturday morning Farmer's Market! We started with ...

Ontario is beautiful, but damn highway 17 to hell

A travel blog entry by glenn.porter on Aug 08, 2013

7 photos

I eventually met Wally and Graciela, my hosts from last night. They got back from a kayaking excursion at nearly midnight, long after I was in bed. This morning we shared some fruit and cookies, and I thanked them for their absent but appreciated hospitality. Interesting to note is that, being extremely eco-conscious people, they have unplugged their refrigerator and have survived without it for nearly six months. They also do not order takeout every night ...