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Ontario #400 Highway Guide

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Junction of Highway #12 Regional and Highway #400
North to Town of Parry Sound, Ontario 52 km's.South to City of Barrie, Ontario, Toronto, Ontario. Note: North of this point, there was extensive road construction at different locations, it would appear that highway #400 could be extended. NOTE: - For highway travel north via highway #69 The Trans Canada Highway - See Highway #69, Trans Canada Highway, The Georgian Bay Route. Sudbury to Parry Sound and Highway #400, for driving directions.

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Point of Interest
Crossing Musquash Creek, Ontario.
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Point of Interest
Start of Highway #400 as posted on highway. North of this point. July / 2002. There was extensive road construction at different locations, it would appear that highway #400 could be extended.
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Junction of Highway #32
West to Go Home Lake, Ontario. Home Lake, is fed by the Ontario, Musquash River. The Musquash River empties into Georgian Bay, Ontario.
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Point of Interest
Crossing the Ontario, Gibson River.
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Exit # 174. Junction of Highway #33
East to Six Mile Lake, Ontario. Access to Six Mile Lake Ontario, Provincial Park. Campground Facilities: 217 campsites, 53 have electrical service. Each campsite has a picnic table and fireplace, vault toilets and drinking water taps are located throughout the campgrounds, there are shower facilities and a RV filling/dumping station. There is a Visitor Information Center also a picnic, day use area with picnic tables, toilets near the beach. There is a boat launch, area with canoe rentals.
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View from highway
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Exit # 168
Community of Crooked Bay, Ontario
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Hidden Glen Road
Access to Hidden Glen Trailer Park, west side of highway
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Exit #162 Junction of Highways # 34 & Highway #48
East to community of Big Chute, Big Chute Marine Railway.Imagine portaging over land without ever stepping out of your boat. At Big Chute, where the Severn River rushes down a long chute of granite, a huge, 100-tonne open carriage lets you do just that. Riding on twin tracks, it lifts boats out of the water, offloading them again into the river on the other side. The Trent-Severn Waterway is a National Historic Site of Canada. East to Severn Falls. West to community of South Bay.
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Exit # 162 Junction of Highways #34 & #48
East to Six Mile Provincial Park, camping,217 campsites, 53 elec sites, flush toilets showers. Three sandy beaches, calm waters for swimming, canoeing and fishing, and a scenic hiking trail make this park near Highway 400 a convenient stopover. Wildlife is abundant and, oddly, so are rare species: birds (yellow-throated vireos), plants (yellow-eyed grass), insects (walking sticks) and reptiles (five-lined skinks).
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Exit #156 Junction of Highway #5
West to community of Honey Harbour, Ontario, South Bay, Ontario. - Roadside Highway Turnout Rest Area, east side of highway
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Photo - View from Highway
Driving south on highway#400
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Point of Interest
North Boundry of Ontario, Simcoe County
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Exit #153
East to community of Port Severn 1.7 km's, Port Severn Lock #45, (Trent Severn Waterway System). Trent-Severn natural waterways include the Ontario, Trent River, Ontario, Otonabee River, the Ontario, Kawartha lakes, Ontario, Lake Simcoe, Lake Couchiching and the Ontario Severn River. The total length of the waterway is 386 km, beginning at Trenton, Ontario, with roughly 32 km of man-made channels.
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Lock #45 Port Severn (Trent Severn Waterway).
The Trent Severn Waterway has 44 locks, including 36 conventional locks, two sets of flight locks, hydraulic lift locks at Peterborough, ON; and Kirkfield, ON.
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Exit #149 Junction of Highway #59
Services. Access to campground, Quiet Waters Sailboats.
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Exit #147 Junction of Highway #12
West to community of Midland, Ontario. Note Highway #12 overlaps with highway #400. Midland, Ontario, was settled in the 1840's. Attractions in and around Midland, Ontario: Huronia Museum. The museum features Huron Artwork, a Huron village representing what Huron life was like between AD 1500-1600. The village contains, wigwam, masks, shaman's lodge, fish racks, sweat lodge, longhouse, corn field, bone pit, burial rack, fur drying racks. - Historical Murals of Midland, Ontario - Royal Canadian Legion Museum, Midland - Sainte-Marie among the Hurons, features a recreated, 17th century French Jesuit mission headquarters, when French missionaries and their workers lived and worked among the Wendat, First Nations. - Midland 30,000 Islands Boat Cruises.
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Exit # 141 Junction of Highway #12 & #23
East to community of Coldwater, Ontario & Orillia, Ontario. West to community of Vassey, Ontario. NOTE: For Highway travel east via Ontario Highway #12 The Trans Canada Highway; - See Road Map Highway Travel Guide Trans Canada Highway ( The Georgian Bay Route ) Highway #400 South to Orillia, Ontario, Whitby, Ontario for driving directions

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Exit #137
Access from highway
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Exit #136 Junction of Highway #19
West to community of Moonstone, Ontario, Orr Lake, Ontario, Elmvale, Ontario, Wasaga Beach, Ontario. Wasaga Beach is located on Nottawasaga Bay, Georgian Bay, Ontario it has apx.14 kilometres (8.7 mi)[2] of white sandy beaches. Access to Wasaga Beach Ontario, Provincial Park Day use picnic park. Facilities include: Visitor centre - Fishing - Swimming - Flush toilets - Canoeing rentals - Wildlife viewing - Park Store - Boat Launching area.
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Exit #131
West to community of Hillsdale, Ontario.
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Exit #121 Junction of Highway #93
North to community of Hillsdale, Ontario.
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Exit #117 Junction of Highway #22
East to community of Craighurst, Ontario, Horseshoe Valley, Ontario. West to community of Anten Mills, Ontario. East to Bass Lake Ontario, Provincial Park, camping,182 campsites, 92 elec. sites, flush toilets, showers. Bass Lake is a popular spot for swimming, hiking, fishing and boating, skiing and snowshoeing.
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Exit #111 Junction of Highway #43 Highway #11 sec.
East to community of Dalston, Ontario, Edgar, Ontario. West to community of Midhurst, Ontario. Spring Water Ontario, Provincial Park. Picnic and Day use park Open year round, this day-use park is ideal for outdoor recreation. There is a well equipped children's play ground, horseshoe pits, basketball court and large, open play area. Eight picnic shelters can accommodate groups of 25 to 500 people.
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Junction of Highway #11 ( Kings Highway )
East to community of Crown Hill, Ontario.
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Exit #98 Bayfield Street, Junction of Highway #26
City of Barrie, Ontario, all services. North to community of Midhurst, Ontario. South to City of Toronto, Ontario. Barrie, Ontario is located on Ontario's, Kempenfelt Bay, an arm of Lake Simcoe, Ontario. Attractions in and around Barrie, Ontario: Barrie Farmer's Market, The market has been held for over 155 years, open year-round, Saturday mornings. - Base Borden Military Museum, featuring aircraft collections and museum artefacts showing all phases of the history of Canada's military aviation. - MacLaren Art Centre, public art gallery with monthly exhibits - Serendipity Princess Cruises offers cruises on a triple deck paddle-wheeler on Lake Simcoe's Kempenfelt Bay - Simcoe Ontario County Museum, features native cultures artifacts, on site, 16 pioneer and display buildings.
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Exit #98 Bayfield Street, Junction of Highway #26
West to the communities of Minesing, Ontario, Edenvale, Ontario, Collingwood, Ontario, Owen Sound, Ontario. West access to Wasaga Beach Ontario, Provincial Day Park and Beaches. NOTE: for highway travel west via Highway #26 - See Road Map Highway #26, Travel Guide - Barrie, Ontario to Owen Sound Ontario, for driving directions. -e