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, …
Woke up early and enjoyed the surf. It was so restful I headed back to bed for another sleep!
Took a short walk to the beach and watched the surf roll in. What a wonderful setting. Surf looks like the Gulf, but the sand and vegetation quite different. Pictures will show. The leaves here haven't started changing yet. Along the drive up I saw some areas of color, but guess I am ...
... trees. Thelma and Louise kept us company, a sweet mother and daughter beagle duo. One day Karen and I took a walk into town where I changed American money into the pretty Canadian dollar bills. Note - Canada no longer uses the penny nor the dollar bill. In place of the dollar, they have a loonie coin ($1) and a toonie coin ($2).
Jim and Rob golfed on Monday and Wednesday. Jim experienced a golfing first ...
... So we had a whole section to ourselves.
We found our favorite place - Shivers & Shakes outside the Park where as always, he had tons of dirt cheap firewood available. We stocked up with 7+ bundles of wood and spent the weekend building huge fires. The absolute highlight of our trip for Will!! We also rediscovered our love of cooking our meals over 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.