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Immerse Yourself in Stratford’s Natural Beauty
As well as being a lush oasis of art and culture, Stratford was also made for those that love walking, biking, hiking or golfing.
For a fresh breath of air, you can follow the path through our downtown gardens and parks to nature trails and a conservation area that lies just outside of town.
Spend the day (or two) recharging with blooms, greenery, birds, water and so much more.
Visit our link for routes to explore using your phone and new printed cycling maps for Stratford, St. Marys and Perth County are available for pick up at our downtown Stratford visitor centre.
The VIC is a rustic old log cabin located in the middle of town close to dining establishments. The centre has a water bottle filling station for public use. How to Get There From Highway 17, (via Pembroke) 36 km Take Highway 41 towards Eganville. Continue along passing Lake Dore. Take a left onto Lett’s Cemetery road. Lett’s Cemetery Rd will turn into Bruce Street and bringing you into Eganville. At the bottom of the hill turn left (onto Bonnechere St.) and then a quick right into the parking lot of the visitor’s centre. From Highway 17 (via Cobden) 21kms Head south from Crawford St. in Cobden (County Rd 8) County Rd 8 will merge with Hwy 60 at Kelly’s Corners. Remain on Hwy 60 and follow it through to the Village of Eganville. The VIC will be at the bottom of the hill on the left. From Highway 60 (Renfrew) 38 km From Renfrew follow Highway 60 the entire way to the Village of Eganville. After crossing the bridge, turn right onto Bonnechere St. and follow to the VIC located on the right. Hours (open May long weekend to Thanksgiving weekend) May 24 to June 30 Monday – Saturday (closed Sundays) 11am -7pm July 1- Aug 30 (open daily) Monday – Sunday 11am – 7pm Sep 1 – Thanksgiving Monday to Saturday (closed Sundays) 11am-7pm (Subject to change)
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:
- Bicycle Racks
- Rest Area
- Local and Provincial Cycling Information F
- ree Cycling Maps
- Beverages available for purchasing
- A vast array of free travel brochures of all of Ontario
- Free Ontario Road maps
- Discount coupon books, special promotion packages
- Customized trip planning
- Accommodation reservations and attraction ticket sales
- Free WiFi service
Discover why Ontario is a four season vacation destination like no other.
We’re open year-round with all of the information you need to plan a cycling getaway in Peterborough & the Kawarthas. Whether you’re visiting friends or family, escaping for a week-long adventure or spending a day or two in the region, stop by our Visitor Centre and we’ll be happy to help with your plans.
The 1000 Islands Welcome Centre is located at the heart of Gananoque, Ontario, Canada and is open daily through the months of May to October to answer all your questions and to help make your stay in the 1000 Islands a memorable one.
The 1000 Islands Welcome Centre not only provides information on local attractions and accommodations, but also offers the convenience of purchasing tickets for attractions such as Gananoque Boat Line, Thousand Islands Playhouse & 1000 Islands Helicopter Tours, in addition to many more. You can also play Mini Golf and rent bicycles!
You’ll find us in the quaint hamlet of Wilberforce ON, at the heart of the Geocaching Capital of Canada. Agnew’s General Store offers “Everything from Soup to Nuts.” Cyclists, stop in for drinks, snacks, clothing, hats, sunglasses and bike repair items and more. We have LOCAL CYCLING ROUTE brochures and area maps. Chat about GEOCACHING with local enthusiast Sticky Moose. Enjoy an ice cream cone in Eileen’s Ice Cream Parlor or treat yourself to some yummy, freshly made fudge. Washroom and picnic tables. Park, water tap, tennis court and Red Cross Outpost Museum (a National Historic Site), all a stones throw away. A welcoming break with lots of amenities.
Ajax Town Hall, Memorial Outdoor Pool (seasonal), and the Ajax Library.
The Almaguin Highlands Information Centre (AHIC) has been serving the travelling public since 1990. AHIC provides 24/7 washroom facilities, tourist information, a shaded pavilion as a rest stop, carpool parking lot, and water bottle refill station. The Information Centre is also the site of the Perry Township Municipal Office. AHIC now boasts healthy snack and drink options, as well as an internet cafe, run by Northern Nerds.
Visit this seasonal Tourism Information Kiosk with access to cycling and visitor information as well as local attractions and events, access to washrooms, and water refill. Tourism Windsor Essex Pelee Island is the official Destination Marketing Organization (DMO) for the regional tourism industry. We are a not-for-profit organization that is dedicated to promoting and selling Windsor, Essex and Pelee Island as a remarkable destination for tourist, convention goers and business travelers.
Serving local community and Whitewater tourism information centre General store, Gas, Groceries, Food, Drinks, Hardware, Washrooms, Basic Medication, First Aid supplies, Pay Phone, Key to local AED Automatic External Defibrillator, etc..
Bearly Used Books offers travel books, local tourism information on the best biking and sightseeing in the area, access to public washrooms, bike parking, comfy couches, and access to wi-fi. The store owner participates in the warmshowers.org cycling network. The store is also a proud supporter of travellingtwo.com, two friends who biked around the world for 3 years. 120,000 used books to choose from in every genre.
The Belleville Chamber of Commerce is also a visitor information centre, that is open year-round. Regular Hours Monday-Friday: 8:30am-4:30pm Summer Extended Hours: July 1 – Labour Day Weekend Monday-Friday: 8:30am-6:00pm Saturday & Sunday: 10:00am-4:00pm
The Brooklin Community Centre and Library (BCCL) welcomes visitors to Whitby’s newest recreation facility. The BCCL is open:
- Monday to Thursday from 8:30 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.
- Friday from 8:30 a.m. – 5:45 p.m.,
- Saturdays from 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
- Sundays 11:00 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
Our accessible facility has washrooms, a water fountain and has an a family-friendly rest area. Our friendly Staff can assist with information on cycling routes, directions, and can provide details on programming, activities and events in the area.