South Bay Resort

Address: 21214 Hwy 6, Southbay Mouth, Ontario, POP 1ZO, Canada | Campground
 
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This campground is located on 21214 Hwy 6, Southbay Mouth.
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    Travel Blogs from Southbay Mouth

    Bill and Ben

    A travel blog entry by tdwanderlust on May 27, 2015

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    ... the day before, and then onto Lion's Head (a small beach town on the way to our next destination). We stopped here for lunch in 50's bakery and diner, and while trying to find the public washrooms beforehand a fox with a squirrel in his mouth ran right past us. The second time we had seen a fox, but the first while we hadn't been driving. The beach at Lion's Head, although on a lake not actually on an ocean, had sand. Real sand!!! Not very nice sand, but sand all the same!
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    The largest fresh water island in the world

    A travel blog entry by tdwanderlust on May 25, 2015

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    ... hit when you drive onto the island and the site of the visitor's centre, which wasn't too helpful. After a bit of lunch at a pub in town, we headed out to Bridal Veil Falls. For some reason we were both exhausted, so before seeing the falls had a quick nap in the back. What was meant to be a quick 10 minutes resulted in a 40 minute snooze, after which neither of us could be bothered hiking. We still went and saw the falls, they ...

    Day 9 - On the shores of Lake Huron

    A travel blog entry by solorider on Jul 12, 2013

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    ... about, but it just makes you stop and think for a while...... It definitely made me appreciate that swim and everything else so much more. I didn't even feel too inconvenienced when I showed up at a restaurant at 9PM to realize they have closed just minutes prior. I guess I have been living in a city for too long. I couldn't eat more fish and chips, so I had some almonds from my emergency stash and a scoop of chocolate ice cream. Good ...

    Start of our trip - Owen Sound and Tobermory

    A travel blog entry by alexd3 on Sep 03, 2012

    23 photos

    ... deer, porcupines,
    chipmunks and a variety of snakes. The Eastern Massasauga rattlesnake can also be found in Tobermory
    although it is now an endangered species - we actually saw one ! See attached photo.
    Among the many types of plants found in the area, there are around 43 species of wild orchids on the
    Bruce Peninsula due to its variety of habitats. To celebrate, Tobermory hosts an annual orchid festival
    in June which includes guided tours and ...

    What's the story in Tobermory?

    A travel blog entry by healsby on Jul 04, 2012

    ... and set up the tents before heading back out to go into Tobermory town to get beers and ice cream. Laura, Casey, Rachel and Gemma split a crate of Carling (another British drink that Casey hadn't tried before) and Laura bought a 'happy birthday' ice cream cone....it was blue ice cream with pieces of birthday cake in it, to celebrate her birthday again, even though it's now over haha. When we got back to the campsite, Helen, Josh and I started ...