Steps to the St. Lawrence River and Sandra Lawn Park and Marina, Fort Wellington and there are many places to eat in easy walking distance.
Step back in time and finish a long day here by the pool or on the porch!
Featured Cycling in Ontario
Finding quiet rural roads for cycling in Waterloo Region is never a challenge. While exploring endless kilometres of rolling hills or flatter landscapes, cyclists will experience rural rides dotted with charming villages, meandering rivers, as well as a rich cultural heritage of past and present. With an increasing network of on-road cycling as well as a multi-use trail system that interconnects the major centres of Kitchener, Waterloo and Cambridge; cycling is an easy, safe and enjoyable way to visit unique destinations, urban neighbourhoods and attractions throughout the region.
Durham Region and Greenbelt Areas
Durham Region has a number excellent on-road regional and cross-regional trail systems and routes. Road cyclists are a common site along the scenic and quiet country roads, some with more challenging hills and others flatter following agricultural farmland in and out of pretty hamlets. Butter tart stops, country corner stores, bistro dinning and city eateries are some of the tastes available. Additional cycling destinations with extensive off-road bicycle trails are attracting a variety of cyclists, including mountain bike enthusiasts. The southern area of the region is easily accessible with frequent GO trains to Oshawa and bus services beyond. There are various information resources and published maps that cyclists can use to assist with route planning in the region and its Greenbelt areas.
Southwest Ontario - Elgin, Lambton, London, Middlesex & Oxford
With relatively flat agricultural land, picturesque lakefronts and meandering rivers, as well as quaint country towns, Southwest Ontario offers cyclists experiences of all kinds.