Pinery Provincial Park
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPinery Provincial Park Grand Bend
Really nice place, camground full, but still with intimacy, small but beautifull beach, ideal for kids (shallow). 2 times in 1 month, great experience. Canoe, bike & beach.
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Les grands lacs sont vraiment un arrêt agréable, voir même
une destination de quelques jours pour relaxer sur le sable fin. Et nous avons
fait 3 des 5 lacs lors de différents voyages :
- Lac Ontario (Sandbanks et Presqu’ile)
- Lac Huron - Georgian Bay (magnifique Bruce
Peninsula – rocheux d’un côté, …
... This time of year, only Riverside campground is open so it was not as secluded as we liked. That said, it was so early that only a few hardy souls (mostly in trailers!) were camping. We decided that our booked site was not the most desirable and went off hunting for a replacements. We found a fairly open site that was pretty private because nobody was staying in the ...
On February 27, 2014, we said goodbye to our family and went to Pete and Dinie Twynstra's to catch our bus to Toronto. We drove bye our house on the way to the 401 and on the picture you can see what the weather looked like. It was quite a blizzard and 401 was closed due to accidents around Woodstock. We did finally get to Toronto, but not in time to make our flight. We were fortunate that all 26 of us could catch another flight to New York where we stayed in a hote overnight.
... 75 movies to choose from. The seat between me and the aisle was empty so the girl from Calgary and i shared the leg room which helped to get through the long 13 hr flight. It really wasn't too bad when i compared it to a flight of 6-8 hrs over seas to the ...
... trough, Oak, Maple and Birch? Now I digress, have to say this year we did not have any acorns, I repeat “we had not a acorn bounce off our standing steel roof” go figure, we are usually deluged with the beating of the pellets through out the months of September and October as the damn squirrels shook them to the ground and then proceeded to take half of the million that fall and bury them in little holes in the lawn only to come back and dig the up, along with ...