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Explora Kawartha Lakes

Parques y naturaleza en Kawartha Lakes

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“Great Provincial Park, Lots of Wildlife. One of the lesser known Parks in the Area. Great to explore. 20 Mins Away from East Access to Park. ”
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Río
“The Gull River Minden Whitewater Preserve was the site of the 2015 Pan Am Games kayak events. The wild river is beautiful to behold. ”
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Parque
“ Balsam Lake Provincial Park is a provincial park located in south-central Ontario on Balsam Lake. The park is situated along the Trent-Severn Waterway, a few kilometres southwest of Coboconk. ”
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Parque
“Whether you enjoy hiking, cycling, or cross country skiing, Ken Reid Conservation Area is a great place to spend the day. Maintained trails and child-friendly facilities provide a variety of ways for visitors of all ages to experience this natural setting.Thanks in part to the Canada 150 Fund, the new Accessible Viewing Platform at Ken Reid Conservation Area has been completed. The Viewing Platform is a jewel of the Conservation Area and offers spectacular views of the Provincially Significant McLaren Marsh. A series of puncheons (boardwalks) have also been constructed and installed along portions of the Woodland Loop and Rabbit Hollow Trail.”
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Sala de conciertos
“A mini Taj Mahal just outside of Uxbridge...you have to see it to believe it. Friday night concerts during the summer months; tours on weekends.”
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Farm
“Local Farmers Market, focusing on locally grown produce, includes butcher counter and serves light meals. Usually have weekend activities year round catering to families.”
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Parque
“Summer time brings concerts and outdoor movies to the park. Check Township of Scugog Web Site for details Grab a picnic basket and spend an afternoon in the park. Includes splash Pad and playground for the little ones. Enjoy a game of tennis on the 3 public courts, when not being used by the Port Perry Tennis Club (check web site).”
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Sendero
“Accessable from in town or the Timber Tract on Wagg Road, the Countryside Preserve opens up from forest to meadow, and expansive views.”
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Playground
“Walking distance from the cottage down the Kawartha Haliburton Rail trail here you will find a pack, volley ball court, beach, splash pad and more....”
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Parque
“This conservation area is available to the public for low-impact recreational activities such as hiking, bicycling, horseback riding, cross-country skiing and environmental education.”
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Parque
“Lovely waterfront where you can rent a boat, canoe, kayak and enjoy cruising on the lake. Many people love to make their own food at the park. Port Perry has a cute main street with local restaurants and festivals. Amazing ice cream shops to. Checkout the local library art gallery for free that showcases local artists work. You may find an art piece you want to purchase there. ”
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Parque
“Dahl Forest The Dahl Forest is approximately 500 acres and straddles 2.7 km of the Burnt River in Haliburton County 5 km south of Gelert. The ecological significance of the Dahl Forest is evident in the diversity of species and habitats found on the property. Location and Trails The Dahl Forest is located at 1307 Geeza Rd, off of Gelert Rd/County Rd 1 just 5 km south of Gelert. It is 20-25 minutes South of Haliburton or 15-20 minutes East of Minden. Click here for a map. The trail system at Dahl Forest is signed – thanks to generous funding from Winterfest and the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources. Dahl Forest Trail Maps are available at the trail head Kiosk located at the entrance to Dahl Forest from Geeza Rd.”
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Stables
“KB Equestrian (Kristin Brophy) is on site, operating the horse barn and riding arena. Kristin welcomes our guests to visit the barn to view the horses and riders. If you wish to book time ahead for for horseback riding during your stay, please let us know and we'll connect you with Kristin. Fees per person per hour for horseback riding are: $50 for a private hour, $45 for semi-private (up to 3) and $40 for a group (4 or more). Kristin is an accomplished horse woman, and offers programming beyond horseback riding if you wish, to learn more about horses and their care, and even learn some cowboy skills, including how to throw a lasso!”
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Parque
“Burnt River's secret swimming hole! Second to none - this local gem offers spectacular swimming in a natural setting. The river current is not strong - but the river is deep. Use at your own risk - we are told spring run off is strong but from late June on - it is fantastic.”
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