Besides our beautiful landscape, it is fun to rest at our business centre to watch incoming & outgoing planes! The business Centre in the main terminal can provide restrooms, bike & car parking, free wifi, lounge and dining seating. Our Wing’s Cafe is located in the main terminal & open Monday – Friday 9am – 2pm. We also have mechanics on site if you have any bike trouble! air compressor and tools. Lots of nearby trails and quiet roads
A great place to stop when you are cycling on Pelee Island. Washroom facilities available, cold water, ice cream, and soft drinks for sale, public internet access available. Art Works is a non-profit organization supporting arts in the community. Shop for locally made arts and crafts, representing over 70 artists and artisans from the area.Open 10am – 4pm, 7 days a week, early May through October Thanksgiving weekend.
Pheasant Run Golf Club is located on Warden Avenue, along one of the most popular bike routes in York Region. Warden Avenue is a cyclists’ choice for its paved shoulders, light traffic and terrific rural scenery.
Pheasant Run is a great break point on this route that connects Lake Ontario to Lake Simcoe. 46km from Lake Ontario to the south and 25km from Simcoe to the north, Pheasant Run’s location makes an ideal stop for lunch on the nicest patio in York Region or in our café.
Consider staging your ride from our parking area. For groups of over 10 cars, please call ahead. We’d love to talk to you about hosting your next team building event. Full lockers with showers, meeting rooms and food and beverage services are all available in a setting that will impress. Call Karen at (905) 898-3917 for details.
Quinte West would like to welcome all cyclists! Stop in for local information, free internet use, washrooms, and water. Restaurants, downtown shopping, picnic areas, and accomodations located nearby. Bike racks also available.
Located near Midland in the beautiful Heart of Georgian Bay, Sainte-Marie among the Hurons is located immediately adjacent to the Tay Shore Trail which links to paved trails throughout South Georgian Bay. Bike racks and bike repair stations located on-site. Sainte-Marie illustrates the interaction of the French and Wendat nations. Visitors get a unique opportunity to see the earliest Canadian pioneer life, through guided or self-guided visits, school group tours, interactive education programs, special events, and corporate functions. Visit our Interpretive Museum and themed gift shop, and complete your stay with a delicious meal in Restaurant Sainte-Marie. Sainte-Marie among the Hurons is operated by Huronia Historical Parks, and is an Attraction of the Ontario Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Sport.
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.
Situated in Victoria Harbour on Beautiful Georgian Bay aside Queen’s Cove Marina, less than a minute from the Tay Shore trail.
The Queen’s Quay British Pub and Restaurant offers authentic British and Canadian Food as well as a wide variety of import and craft beers. Enjoy a lovely glass of wine while taking in the magnificent view of the harbour on our quaint outdoor patio, or relax inside the warm and inviting atmosphere of a proper British Pub. With a bar and a lounge area there is a place where everyone will feel at ease.
The Tourism Brantford Information Services welcomes visitors to the City of Brantford. Our friendly staff and accessible facility offer travelers information services for our area and beyond, whether you are looking for trip ideas, directions, souvenirs, washrooms, or a family-friendly rest area.
Trent Hills is a community within Northumberland County and is just 90 minutes from Toronto and three hours from Ottawa. It’s a farming community steeped in heritage with three unique urban centres. In the middle is the town of Campbellford located on the Trent River. It has outlet shopping and attractions such as the Ranney Gorge Suspension Bridge. West of Campbellford are the villages of Hastings, winner of the Ultimate Fishing Town in Ontario for 2012, at the mouth of Rice Lake, and Warkworth, an artisan community whose Main Street is lined with boutique shops. The Visitor Information Centre located in Campbellford, offers maps and brochures form Trent Hills, Northumberland County and all across the province of Ontario; a bike rack for safe storage; large parking area; potable water; picnic areas under shaded trees; public washrooms and a friendly smile.
The Victoria Park Community Centre (VPCC) is considered the hub of recreation in the town of Ingersoll. It is centrally located and close to cycling paths, trails and roadways. For the cycling enthusiast, VPCC is air-conditioned for riders to cool down, offers day use of showers/changerooms, washrooms, and access to cycling maps/routes/area attractions and amenities. A water bottle station is on site to replenish and refill along with a bike lock up area. Friendly, knowledgeable staff are available to answer questions and offer support.
Our accessible facility has a secure bike lock-up area, washrooms, a water refill station, a rest area, a splash pad, a playground, a skatepark and vending machines. Information on available on cycling routes, directions, Town of LaSalle programming and activities, and events in the area. There are also bicycle lockers on-site at the LaSalle Transit Route 25 bus stop.
Reception desk hours:
Monday to Friday from 6:30 am to 9:00 pm
Saturday and Sunday from 6:30 am to 4:00 pm
Nestled in the beautiful countryside of Norfolk County, along the Waterford Heritage Trail, our section of the Trans Canada Trail, just 15 minutes south of Hwy 403 near Brantford, Canada’s newest horticultural playground represents 18 acres of landscaped romantic renaissance gardens, 4 km of walking trails, and the largest privately owned rare conifer collection in North America. Several formal statuary, themed gardens and informal water features complete with cascades, waterfalls, a babbling brook and Canada’s only all stone musical fountain amphitheatre. Cyclists will enjoy our hospitality as we offer a secure daytime bike lock-up area, rest areas, water, beverages and local healthy snacks, and local cycling/tourism information. Guests may purchase rare and ornamental treasures at our Garden Centre. GPS: 42º 59’ 55.95” N, 80º 17’ 50.32” W Join us on FACEBOOK: www.facebook.com/Whistling.Gardens TWITTER:http://twitter.com/#!/WhistlingG Located in Norfolk County “Ontario’s Garden”
Whitby Public Library, your Doorway to Discovery. Air-conditioned public library beside a civic square. Indoor and outdoor seating. Wi-Fi, public computers, printing, washrooms, bike racks. Water-fill, phone charging and bike repair station. Presse Café onsite. Farmers’ Market in the square Wednesday mornings, May-October. Close to Town trails, downtown and local restaurants. 2.5 km from Waterfront Trail.
Discover one of the finest examples of an intact historic home in Canada. Three generations of the McQuesten family lived at Whitehern from 1852 until 1968. Among the last generation were six children who never married. In 1959 the three surviving members of the family bequeathed the home to the City with all its original possessions. It contains elements from many time periods – Georgian, Victorian and Edwardian – dating up to 1939 when the Honourable Thomas McQuesten was Minister of Highways. Explore the heritage of Victorian ideas and possessions that influenced life at Whitehern on the eve of W.W. II.
Bike rack located behind City Hall, across the parking lot from Whitehern.