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Ontario #17 Highway Guide

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Junction of Highway #62
North to city of Pembroke, Ontario 6 kms. East to city of Ottawa, Ontario. West to city of North Bay, Ontario. - Attractions in Pembroke, Ontario. - Pembroke Haunted History Walking Tour, held every second Friday evening from May to October starting at 7 pm. - Pembroke Farmers' Market, running, every Wednesday and Saturday; 9:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. May to October.
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City of Pembroke, Ontario - Photo Downtown Pembroke
Pembroke 14,700. All services. Pembroke hosts an Old Time Fiddling and Step Dancing Competition Week (usually held around the labour day weekend) Mile by mile staff visited Pembroke it is a must see event, check dates.
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Junction of highway #26 regional (Doran Road) Photo - Algonquin Provincial Park
North to Petawawa Airport. Access to Algonquin Ontario, Provincial Park. Algonquin Park was the first provincial park in Canada, established in 1893. The park is designated as a national historic site.
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Roadside Highway Turnout Rest Area
South side of highway.
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Black Bay Road
South to Black Bay. Access to community of Petawawa, Ontario.
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Junction of Highway #37 regional
Access from highway.
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Point of Interest
Crossing the Ontario, Petawawa River. The Petawawa River river is 187 Petawawa Riverkilometers (116 mi) long. Access to Black Bear B&B, 5 kms north.
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Junction of Highway #55 regional
North to town of Petawawa, Ontario, all services Access to C.F.B. Petawawa. Attractions in and around Petawawa, Ontario - CFB Petawawa Military Museum, featuring Canada's military history since 1905, including the Airborne Museum, the RCD, Canadian Guards and 427 helicopter Squadron Collection. - Millennium Trail and Centennial Park - Petawawa Point, The beach facilities include, childrens playground, beach volleyball court, washrooms, picnic facilities. - Centennial Park Waterfront, equipped with washroom and picnic facilities, walking trail, gazebo, outdoor chapel, and performing arts centre.
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Roadside Highway Turnout
No facilities, north side of highway.
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Community of Chalk River, Ontario
All services. Chalk River, Ontario is home to Chalk River Nuclear Laboratories, a Canadian nuclear research facility. It is a part of Atomic Energy of Canada Limited. Canada's first nuclear power plant, went online in 1962 near the site of Chalk River Labs.
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Community of Deep River, Ontario
All services. Attractions in and around Deep River, Ontario. - The Canadian Clock Museum features Canada's clock manufacturers and sellers from the early 1800s to the present time. - Silver Spoon Cross-Country Ski Race - Summerfest; Deep River Summerfest is a four-day-long arts, entertainment and sporting festival. Deep River Science Academy.
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View from highway
Driving west on the Trans Canada Highway #17 Northern Route.
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Roadside Highway Turnout
North side of highway
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Junction of Highway #635
Community of Rolphton, Ontario.
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70.2
Point of Interest
Colton Lake, Ontario, south side of highway.
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Community of Mackey, Ontario
Access from highway.
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Access to community of Ashport, Ontario
South side of highway.
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Camelot Campground, Ontario
Access from highway 1 km south
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Driftwood Ontario Provincial Park
North of highway. Driftwood has 80 campsites, 20 of which have electrical hookups. Most sites have magnificent views of the Ontario, Ottawa River and the Laurentian hills beyond. There are two group camping areas.
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Pine Valley Road
Access to Pine Valley Resort, Ontario; fully serviced pull-thru trailer sites, Laundromat and 20 tent sites and Campground, cottage rentals - Access to Morning Mist Campground, Ontario. 30A & 50A service, water & waste hookups, wireless internet access, a picnic table and campfire ring. Walleye, Northern Pike and Bass fishing at both camps.
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Community of Stonecliffe, Ontario
Access from highway
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View from highway
Driving west on the Trans Canada Highway #17 Northern Route.
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Community of Bissett Creek, Ontario
Access from highway
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Roadside Highway Turnout
Picnic tables, toilets.
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Antlers R V Trailer Park, Ontario
Access from highway.
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Photo View from highway
Driving west on the Trans Canada Highway #17 Northern Route.
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Community of Deux Rivieres, Ontario
South access to Algonquin North Ontario Provincial Park. Access to Algonquin's Brent Campground; located on the north shore of Ontario's, Cedar Lake; reached via a 40 km gravel road off the Trans Canada Highway (Hwy. 17) a short distance west of the hamlet of Deux Rivieres, Ontario. Camping facilities: 30 sites and vault toilets, no shower or laundry facilities, supplies and canoe rentals are also available.
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Point of Interest
Crossing the Ontario, Aumond River.
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Roadside Highway Turnout
Picnic tables, toilets
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Junction of Highway #533
Community of Mattawa, Ontario. Mattawa is located at the confluence of the Ontario, Mattawa river and Ontario, Ottawa River. Attractions in and around Mattawa, Ontario: Mattawa Voyageur Days Festival, held the last weekend of July. Events include, regional talent night, lumberjack competition, and a canoe race. - The Voyageur Multi Use Trail System, over 200 kms, of year-round ATV trails. - Mattawa and Area Forestry Appreciation Day - North Eastern Ontario Bass Fishing Association Tournament.
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Samuel de Champlain Ontario Provincial Park
Two campgrounds with 215 campsites are set in shady poplar and red and white pine woods. Toilets and showers are conveniently located. There are six group camping sites. Site A accommodates 40 people, Site B, 30 people, Site C, 150 people, Site D, 60 people, Site E, 40 people, and the field site accommodates 250 people. There are water and toilets on all sites
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Point of Interest
Crossing the Ontario, Amable du Fond River. The Amable du Fond River flows from Ontario's, Pipe Lake through Ontario,Kawawaymog Lake, Ontario, North Tea Lake, Manitou and Kioshkokwi Lakes in Algonquin Park where it, join the Ontario, Mattawa River.
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Junction of Highway #630
South to communities of Eau Claire, Ontario, Kiosk, Ontario. South to Algonquin Ontario Provincial Park - Kiosk Campground. Campground facilities include: 17 sites and flush toilets but no showers or laundry facilities.
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Roadside Highway Turnout Rest Area
Provincial Rest Area, all facilities. North side of highway.
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Community if Rutherglen, Ontario
Access from highway.
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Junction of Highway #531 regional
South to communities of Bonfield, Ontario, Nosbonsing, Ontario. Bonfield, Ontario is located on the north shore of Ontario, Lake Nosbonsing, it was first settled in 1882.
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Junction of Highway #94
South to communities of Corbeil, Ontario, Callander, Ontario.
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208.6
Point of Interest
East corporate limits of city of North Bay, Ontario.
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Picnic Area
North side of highway
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Junction of Highway #11 (Trans Canada Highway)
Trans Canada Highway central route. South to city of Toronto, Ontario.
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Point of Interest
Highway #11 overlaps highway #17 at this point
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Junction of Highway #63 (Trout Lake Road)
North to communities of Redbridge, Ontario; Balsam Creek, Ontario. North to Mattawa River Waterway Ontario, Provincial Park. Campsites, some with privies, are dotted along sections of the 122-metre ribbon of land on either side of the river that comprises the waterway park. Private campgrounds are also accessible. For part of its length, the river flows through Samuel de Champlain Ontario, Provincial Park, which offers more amenities.
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Junction of Highway #11 & #17 - City of North Bay, Ontario
City of North Bay, Ontario. Attractions in and around North Bay, ON. North Bay's Heritage Carousel, beautiful carousels and miniature railway at North Bay's Waterfront. - Dionne Quintuplets Museum. Housing in the original Dionne homestead, the museum offers many artifacts from the Quint's early days and their growing years. - Heritage Railway Company Mini-Train; This miniature railway is located near the waterfront runs on 2700 feet of 15' gauge track. - The Chief Commanda II; a 320-passenger, twin hull vessel that is especially designed for cruising Lake Nipissing. - Discovery North Bay Community Museum & Heritage Center. This museum features North Bay's heritage preservation and education. - North Bay Water Front, swimming, boating and fishing.
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Junction of Highway #11 & #17 - City of North Bay
NOTE: Highway #11 overlap leaves highway #17 at this point. - West to city of Sudbury, Ontario. East to city of Ottawa, Ontario. North to city of Timmins, Ontario. NOTE: For highway travel north via Highway #11 'The Trans Canada Highway Northern Route' See North Bay To Kapuskasing - Start / Finish of Highway Travel Guide. -e