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Clarington would like to welcome cyclists to our year round visitor information office! Peddle in along the Waterfront Trail route for mapping information, free WiFi use, washrooms, water and shade. Bike racks and picnic tables also available. Food service, accommodations, and hospital are all located nearby. Drop by to pick up a free, pocket sized Clarington Cycle Routes map with suggested loops and connections to the Greenbelt Cycle Route. Download our free ‘Clarington’ mobile app for iPhone and Android. . Our friendly staff are available Monday to Saturday, 9am-4pm, to assist you in your travel needs. Complimentary day parking for cyclists wishing to peddle out and explore connecting routes to our charming historic communities, and rural landscape. We are located 40 minutes east of Toronto at Hwy 401 Exit 432 / Liberty Street, Bowmanville. See you soon!
The only Visitor Information Centre located within steps of Highway 17 Trans-Canada Highway on Muskrat lake. The Cobden VIC is located in a park area, with Muskrat Lake view and access to the Main Street of the village of Cobden. This VIC offers picnic areas, beach access, overnight camping, clean bathrooms free WIFI and showers. Camping sites costs $10-$15 and gives you the combination to access the showers. Call Elmer at 613 570-8492. Some sites also offer hydro and water. The VIC is within short walking distance to many of the villages quaint specialty shops and unique dining experiences. This community thrives during peak tourism season as it serves as the gateway to the Whitewater Rafting companies. Promotional Materials, Maps, brochures, pamphlets, information, suggestions, vacation planning, trip planning. Open from 10 am – 4pm daily from July 1 to Thanksgiving Day weekend. Free WIFI and washrooms are available
The Comfort Inn St Catharines is conveniently located in the Heart of the Niagara Region. This 7-time Choice Hotels Gold Award Winning Hotel is your best choice for value, comfort and guest service. Good proximity to bike trails and attractions. Great wine and culinary adventures are waiting to be discovered. Visit us during any of the Niagara Wine Festivals and take advantage of our Discovery Pass Package or tour the hundreds on wineries located from Niagara West to Niagara on the Lake with a Wine and Dine Package. No matter what your reason is for visiting, we will help make your stay memorable!
Located at 15 Curtis Avenue South in Paris Ontario, directly on the S.C. Johnson Trail, the County of Brant Community Services Building houses Brant Tourism. A safe and very convenient area for cyclists, the building has a bicycle rack & picnic table area. During business hours (0830-1630 M-F) there is access to washrooms, water, first aid, tourism staff, maps & destination brochures. Within a couple hundred meters there are restaurants, grocery stores and convenience stores. The County of Brant Community Relations Department is also housed in this building and they offer a wonderful “Bike Lend” program. For all the details visit http://www.brant.ca/en/discover-brant/hiking-and-cycling.asp
The Municipal Office for the Township of North Frontenac. Open Monday-Friday 9AM-4PM for visitor information. Closed Saturdays and Sundays.
Do you have questions about Perth? The Visitor Information Centre is located at the Perth Museum in the Matheson House, right downtown on Gore Street. When you arrive at the Visitor Information Centre, our staff will greet you and help answer any questions you may have. You can collect the information you need, as we have brochures, maps digital resources and information for your visit to the area. There is also a beautiful selection of souvenirs and locally made items for sale in the gift shop. Heck, there even public washrooms and free wifi onsite!
Our helpful local experts can provide you with maps, brochures, and referrals to accommodators, restaurants, and more! Our Visitors’ Centre is a one stop shop for all your Saugeen Shores information! Visit us for information on trails, bike repair shops, leisurely scenic routes, and heart pumping off road routes. With over 50 kilometres of trails, Saugeen Shores is a cyclist’s dream!
Full service repair and maintenance bicycle shop. Rentals, sales, food; We carry everything you need to get rolling.
The Depot operated by the Friends of the Rideau is an information centre in Merrickville. We offer information services for both Merrickville and the Rideau Canal. We offer many different services including but not limited to public washrooms, visitor information, maps, brochures, guides, souvenirs, water and more. Our knowledgeable staff is able to assist you with local cycling routes and information. We look forward to welcoming you to the Depot. The Depot is open in the summer 7 days a week from 10:00am to 5:00pm.
Tourism Barrie is the official tourist office for the City of Barrie that provides a full range of free information on trails, events, accommodations, attractions, arts & culture, dining, shopping, museums, corporate travel, and much more to tourists and community members alike.
Town of Oakville 1225 Trafalgar Road Oakville, ON L6H 0H3 www.oakville.ca email@example.com tel: 905-845-6601 TTY: 905-338-4200 Open 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on regular business days. Amenities on site include sheltered bike racks, tourist information, cycling maps, washrooms, first aid, bicycle repair kit, and a cafeteria.
The municipal office provides a visitor information service and center for maps to help plan cycling routes plus info on trails, geocaching and mineral collecting.
Public washroom facilities and water fountain are available.
Municipality Situated on the Eastern side of Haliburton County, the Municipality covers 758 square kilometres with over 70 lakes and is the amalgamation of the Townships of Bicroft, Cardiff, Glamorgan and Monmouth as of 2001. The hamlets of Cardiff, Highland Grove, Wilberforce, Tory Hill and Gooderham are our settlement areas. Highlands East has a permanent population of approximately 2,700 and a seasonal population of roughly 13,000 with a total of 4,300 households.