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The Chatham-Kent Black Historical Society is the home of the Black Mecca Museum. Telling the story of Black Family experiences in Chatham-Kent from the Underground Railroad to Modern Times.
3 storey log home set on 2 acres located 1 kilometre from Lake Erie and Rondeau Provincial Park on the waterfront trail. Full home-cooked breakfast for that early morning start.
Originally, built around 1898, this unique 8-sided barn was built for stabling animals, but was left empty for years until Susanne Spence-Wilkins saw it and made plans of her own.
With a dream to make it “more than a garden centre, more than a store”, Susanne and her team, consisting of family and friends in the community, have created a very special “Garden Inspiration Centre”.
The café is very popular with locals and bike-by guests alike. Every day the kitchen prepares a sandwich made with fresh baked bread, oven-roasted meat and fillings; large or small chef’s salad; a soup made-from-scratch with local ingredients; and a butter tart or piece of pie. The cafe now has an expanded menu and offers free WiFi!
And don’t miss out on the ice cream! Made locally at Shaw’s Ice Cream in Port Stanley. Hand-scooped and delicious.
Cyclists most welcome!
A country style roadside restaurant/general store.
We are in the centre of the town of Tilbury in Chatham-Kent. We are approximately 20 minutes by car from Lighthouse Cove on Lake St. Clair and Wheatley on Lake Erie. Our Victorian home was built in 1895. We have three comfortably furnished rooms available all with ensuite, wireless internet. Bicycles can be stored in a locked facility. Tools and air compressor are available for those in need. We are minutes away from the municipal park with treed walkway to stretch the legs. A full gourmet breakfast is served in the morning. Special diets are served when arrangements are made with the reservations. A gazebo/deck off the kitchen entrance can be used for a leisurely evening or for breakfast.
Family-run for generations, Molly & OJ’s is an historic cornerstone in the resort-like community of Erieau, Ontario. The property, set on the shores of beautiful Lake Erie, offers Molly & OJ’s Restaurant, The Sandbar Pub and Lakeside Cabin Rentals giving you with a total get-away experience all within walking distance. Erieau is a must-see stop on any waterfront cycling route, and is also home to the Erieau Marsh Biking/Hiking Trail (1.7 km) that circles Rondeau Bay and the McGeachy Pond Conservation Area hiking trail. Both offer splendid views of the lake and the bay as well as a vast variety of wildlife.
Family-run for generations, Molly & OJ’s is an historic cornerstone in the resort-like community of Erieau, Ontario. The property, set on the shores of beautiful Lake Erie, offers Molly & OJ’s Restaurant, The Sandbar Pub and Lakeside Cabin Rentals giving you with a total get-away experience all within walking distance.
From relaxing on the sandy beach in summer to ice fishing on Rondeau Bay in the winter, Erieau has seasonal activities for everyone.
Your Ontario experience starts here! Visit our bicycle friendly Ontario Travel Information Centre and let us help you plan an Ontario itinerary as unique as you are. We are your one-stop travel source and we are proud to offer the following services to cyclists:
Some of the many services we offer are:
• Rest Area
• Local and Provincial Cycling Information
• Free Cycling Maps
• A vast array of free travel brochures of all of Ontario
• Ontario Road maps for purchase
• Discount coupon books, special promotion packages
• Customized trip planning
• Accommodation reservations and attraction ticket sales
• Free Wi-Fi service
Discover why Ontario is a four-season vacation destination like no other.
Ridge House Museum has been described as “one of the finest preserved examples of a wood framed, wood sided Gothic Revival house built during the mid-to-late 1800s in the province of Ontario”. The Ridgetown Rotary Club turned the 1875 private home into a small house Museum as their Centennial project. Authentic period furnishings were, in most cases, donated by local families. The Museum is open from the first day of spring to the first day of autumn and from 1st to 23rd December. Hours 1.00pm to 5.00pm daily. Admission is by donation.
Casual seasonal licensed restaurant located just outside the gates of Rondeau Provincial Park.
Large patio with excellent view of the bay.
Large selection of food, fish, chicken, pasta, pizza, salads, veggy wrap, wings etc.
web site: www.rondeaujoes.com
Rondeau is open for camping the first Friday in April and closes the last Sunday in October. Known for its outstanding birding opportunities and vast system of trails and roads weaving through protected Carolinian Canada. Campsites are located within a sparsely treed area so privacy may be an issue. Amenities such as water taps, comfort stations and laundry facilities are close by. Swimming, boating and the Park Store are only a short distance away. Reservations are recommended if staying over a weekend.
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The Duchess is a Queen Anne Revival mansion carefully restored and now a full-service Bed and Breakfast. She is located in the centre of Chatham, walking distance to theatre, restaurants, shopping and museums. Chatham-Kent features appreciated by cyclists include lake and river shore roads, a really flat terrain, eco trails, and close by bike shops.
Welcome to Dresden! Our BnB is located downtown and offers all the luxuries of a modern suite with the quiet and quaint of a small town. Two suites are available and are a mirror image of each other. Both have a kitchenette, living room with a smart TV and a bedroom with a queen size bed (and another TV). The bathroom has an oversized shower to relax after a long day of pedaling! All restaurants and stores are within a few steps from the front door.