85 Queensway E.
Simcoe, ON N3Y 4M5
Phone: (519) 426-2611
Fax: (519) 426-0053
85 Queensway E., Simcoe, ON, CA, N3Y 4M5
- Phone: (519) 426-2611
- Fax: (519) 426-0053
Located on the coast of Turkey Point, this park takes pride in being the first provincial park Ontario to have a golf course on location. The grounds of the Turkey Point Provincial Park are ideal camping sites. Picnic tables, wash rooms, barbecue facilities and comfort stations are available in the park. A small store selling essentials and a picnic shelter suitable for hosting events are also located on site. Visitors can idle on the beach or hike along a scenic trail.
Everyone knows Alexander Graham Bell; the inventor of the famous and one of the most widely used discovery till the present time, the telephone. But if you want to probe deeper into the life of the genius and the process of his invention, then a peek into his house at Brantford would be of your interest. This historic site and museum has various well-preserved exhibits related to the scientist's life. While here, you could engage in a group tour of the place and also take part in various cultural activities, concerts and educational programs. For more details on this place, check their website.
Established in 1921, Long Point Provincial Park is one of the oldest provincial parks in Ontario. Spread across an area of 150 hectares (370.65 acres), this park is located on a stretch of land that juts out in to Lake Erie. This island, named Long Point, lends its name to the park. Long Point Provincial Park is an ideal getaway for the diverse vacationer. Facilities for fishing, boating and camping are available. The park is home to numerous migratory birds, over 300 species, making it a haven for the birdwatcher. It has been designated a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve.
Her Majesty's Royal Chapel of the Mohawks or the Mohawk Chapel was the first Protestant chapel in Ontario and is one of the oldest buildings in Ontario. It is a simple building that was given to the Mohawk Indians by the British Crown for their unflinching loyalty. It features several stained-glass windows telling the story of the Six Nation people.