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    Ontario #69 Highway Guide

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    Junction of Highway #17 ( The Trans Canada Highway ) & Highway #69 (The Trans Canada Highway)
    North to City of Sudbury, Ontario. West to City of Sault Ste Marie, Ontario. South to City of Barrie, Ontario, City of Toronto, Ontario. This route has access to Provincial Parks, Killarney, Grundy Lake,Sturgeon Bay, Killbear, Oastler Lake,
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    0.1
    Photo - View from highway
    Driving south on the Trans Canada Highway.
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    0.4
    Ontario Provincial Police Station
    At highway
    1.9
    3.0
    Ontario Information Centre
    West side of highway
    2.1
    3.3
    Carol's Campground, Ontario
    East side of highway. The RV, campground is located on the banks of Richard Lake, Ontario. 145 Sites, with electric hookups.
    3.0
    4.9
    Roadside Highway Turnout
    West side of highway
    4.0
    6.5
    Pine Grove Golf Club, Ontario
    West side of highway. Pine Grove Golf Club 18 hole Golf Course.
    8.9
    14.3
    Junction of Highway #537
    North to Community of Wanup, Ontario. North access to Wahnapitae, Ontario.
    9.1
    14.6
    Point of Interest
    Crossing The Wahnapitae River, Ontario. The river is approximately 120 km in length, flowing into Georgian Bay, Ontario.
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    15.2
    Roadside Highway Turnouts
    East and West side of highway
    12.4
    20.0
    Community of Estaire, Ontario
    Access from highway
    16.2
    26.0
    Roadside Highway Turnouts
    East and west side of highway
    18.3
    29.4
    Roadside Highway Turnouts
    East and west side of highway
    20.1
    32.4
    Junction of Highway #637
    Access to Killarney Ontario, Provincial Park 58 km's west, 120 campsites, flush toilets, showers. Considered one of the best of Ontario parks, this majestic, mountainous wilderness of sapphire lakes and jack pine ridges so captivated artists - including the Group of Seven's A.Y. Jackson - that they persuaded the Ontario government to make it a Provincial Park. Once higher than the Rocky Mountains, La Cloche's white quartzite cliffs gleam like snowy peaks from afar. Where paddlers, hikers, skiers and snowshoers journey in this craggy, imposing landscape.
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    37.8
    Point of Interest
    Crossing The Ontario, Murdock River. The Murdock River has fishing for Northern pike, bass, pickerel and Muskellunge.
    24.9
    40.1
    Point of Interest
    Ink lake, Ontario, west side of highway.
    26.9
    43.3
    Services, fuel
    Both sides of highway
    29.3
    47.2
    Baouse Road
    Campground, 9 km's east
    30.9
    49.8
    Junction of Highway #64
    East to Community of Alban, Ontario. campground 9 km's east. Services at highway. East to communities of Quellette, Ontario, Noelville, Ontario, Monelville, Ontario. Access to the French River Ontario, Provincial Park. No drive in campsites. No developed facilities.
    37.0
    59.5
    Junction of Highway #607
    East side of highway. Services at highway
    37.6
    60.5
    Community of French River, Ontario
    Visitor Information Centre, west side of highway
    38.3
    61.7
    Photo - View from highway
    Driving south on the Trans Canada Highway.
    38.5
    61.9
    Point of Interest
    Crossing The Ontario, French River. The French River, flows 110 kilometres from Ontario's, Lake Nipissing west to Georgian Bay, Ontario.
    38.5
    62.0
    Roadside Highway Turnout
    Picnic area has tables, toilets, west side of highway
    38.6
    62.1
    Roadside Highway Turnout
    Information sign reads The Canoe Route of the west - The French River formed a vital link in the historic canoe route via the Ottawa, Mattawa Rivers and lake Nipissing, which connected the settlements on the St. Lawrence with the upper Great Lakes and the far west. Most of the Canadian explorers, Missionaries and fur traders of the 17th ,18th,and the early 19th centuries followed this waterway.
    39.5
    63.5
    Golf Course Road
    French River Golf Resort, Ontario, 3 km's east
    40.3
    64.9
    Point of Interest
    Crossing The Ontario, Pickerel River. The Pickerel River fishery includes - Pickerel (walleye), Northern Pike, Musky, Large and Smallmouth Bass.
    46.4
    74.6
    Junction of Highway # 522
    Services at highway. Grundy Lake Provincial Park 1 km east, camping.490 campsites, 108 with electrical service. From several lakes in this park off the Trans-Canada Highway, you can paddle to the voyageurs' route along French and Pickerel rivers into Georgian Bay. East access to the communities of Loring, Ontario, Port Loring, Ontario, Arnstein, Ontario, Golden Vally, Ontario, Commanda, Ontario, Trout Creek, Ontario.
    47.8
    77.0
    Services at Highway
    Fuel
    47.9
    77.1
    Point of Interest
    Bridge crossing Key River, Ontario.
    54.5
    87.7
    Junction of Highway #526
    Community of Britt, Ontario, 4 km's west, access to Canadian Coast Gaurd Station. Britt, Ontario, is located on the north shore of the Ontario, Magnetawan River at Byng Inlet, Georgian Bay.
    57.5
    92.5
    Fogolin's Campground and Trailer Park, Ontario
    Access from highway.
    57.8
    93.0
    Junction of Highway #529
    Community of Byng Inlet, Ontario 6 km's west. Access to Sawyer's Bluff Chalet, Ontario. Byng Inlet was home to one of largest sawmill operations in Canada, in the late 1800's.
    64.0
    103.0
    Rest Area Roadside Turnout ( Harris Lake Road )
    Picnic area, tables, toilets. East side of highway, access to boat launch
    68.0
    109.5
    Point of Interest
    Naiscoot River, Ontario; access to boat launch. West side of highway.
    70.5
    113.5
    Junction of Highway #529
    Community of Bayfield Inlet, Ontario. Sturgeon Bay Ontario, Provincial Park, Camping, 81 campsites, 31 elec. sites, flush toilets. Situated among the 30,000 Islands, this small campground off Highway 69 is an excellent base for exploring the craggy shoreline and fishing the deep, bountiful waters of Georgian Bay.
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    118.1
    Junction of Highway # 644
    Community of Pointe au Baril Sta; Ontario. services. Visitor Information, east side of highway. Attractions in and around Pointe au Baril, Ontario. - Pointe au Baril's Annual Arts on the Bay features, Dinner Theatre - Pointe au Baril, Ontario Lions Lobsterfest, dinner and Dance.
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    143.6
    Junction of Highway #559
    Killbear Ontario, Provincial Park, 20 km's west. Camping, seven campgrounds offer 882 campsites, 147 with electricity. flush toilets, showers. This Georgian Bay peninsula is a water lover's paradise for swimming and sailing, fishing and boating. Killbear Ontario, Provincial Park has access to 3 hiking trails - The Lighthouse Trail, a short 1 km trail that wanders the rocky shoreline of Lighthouse Point, Ontario and offers views of the 30,000 Islands.Along the trail you pass a 1904 lighthouse that was used to guide lake freighters into Parry Sound. - Lookout Point Trail. Lookout Point Trail offers great views of Georgian Bay. There is a trail guide giveing an overview of life in the different forest communities. - Twin Points Trail, this 1.5, km trail crosses a typical Canadian Shield landscape of smooth, pink granite and how glaciers shaped the surrounding landscape. There is also a bike trail that runs from Killbear, park entrance to Lighthouse Point Campground, apx,6 kilometres.
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    143.6
    Photo
    Light House Point, Killbear Ontario Provincial Park.
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    146.7
    Community of Nobel, Ontario
    Access from highway.
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    148.4
    Services at Highway
    West side of highway
    92.7
    149.1
    Services at Highway
    East side of highway
    92.8
    149.4
    Parry Sound, Ontario, Golf and Country Club
    Parry Sound Golf and Country Club, 2 km's west
    94.4
    151.9
    Junction of Highway #124 ( Parry Sound Drive )
    Island Queen Cruise, Ontario, 6 km's west, access to picnic grounds. The 550-passenger Island Queen is used for tours, cruising Georgian Bays 30,000 Islands.
    96.6
    155.5
    Town of Parry Sound, Ontario
    All services. Parry Sound is located on the eastern shore of Ontario's, Georgian Bay. Parry Sound is named after the Arctic explorer Sir William Edward Parry. Attractions in and around Parry Sound, Ontario: - Festival of the Sound, the festival showcases the best in classical and chamber music. - Island Queen Cruise, Ontario, a 500-passenger touring cruising craft. - M.V. Chippewa, originally a Niagara River, Maid of the Mist that cruised Niagara Falls. Offers tours of Georgian Bay, Ontario. Sport bike Festival, features a annual Sport bike Festival - RBC Parry Sound Dragon Boat Festival - Georgian Bay Parry Sound Tug fest, features working and pleasure tugs from around the Great lakes, Ontario area. - Bobby Orr Hall of Fame, shows Bobby Orr's rise to hockey superstardom. The West Parry Sound District Museum, permanent exhibits include trapping, shipping, exhibits of First Nations, logging, agriculture and history of the Parry Sound area.
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    Junction of highway #518 (Exit #220 )
    East to community of Orrville, Ontario.
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    164.3
    Exit #217 ( Oastler Park Drive )
    East to Oastler Provincial Park, camping, 148 campsites, 24 elec. sites, showers, flush toilets. Oastler Lake a convenient base for exploring Parry Sound and Georgian Bay or stay put and enjoy the long, sandy beach. The park features scenic waterfront campsites, rocky shorelines and access to summer hiking and winter ski trails.
    104.0
    167.4
    Visitor Information
    East side of highway
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    169.4
    Ranking Lake Road
    Parry Sound, Ontario, Koa Campground,full hookups, camping, 4 km's west
    106.5
    171.4
    Community of Horseshoe Lake, Ontario
    Services
    107.9
    173.6
    Junction of Highway #141
    East to Community of Humphrey, Ontario, Rosseau, Ontario, Huntsville, Ontario. Attractions at Rosseau, Ontario. The Rosseau Fall Fair. - Attractions in and around Huntsville, Ontario: Huntsville's history at Muskoka Heritage Place, features the early history of the Huntsville area. One can book a train ride on a diesel-electric 1948 narrow gauge engine the 'Portage Flyer'.
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    177.0
    Airport Road
    West to Parry Sound Airport
    110.3
    177.5
    Services at highway
    Access from highway
    110.9
    178.4
    Clear Lake Road
    Access to Tucker Lake Campground, Ontario.
    111.6
    179.6
    Silver Creek Campground
    West side of highway
    112.1
    180.4
    Hamer Bay Road
    East to Community of Hamer Bay, Ontario.
    113.4
    182.5
    Roadside Highway Turnout Rest Area
    West side of highway. Picnic tables, toilets
    114.2
    183.8
    Junction of Highway #612
    Community of Gordon Bay, services. West to community of Mac Tier, Ontario.
    114.9
    184.9
    Roadside Highway Turnout Rest Area
    Picnic tables, toilets. West side of highway.
    116.7
    187.8
    Point of Interest
    North boundry of District Municipality of Muskoka, Ontario.
    119.9
    192.9
    Junction of Route #169 - Muskoka Road
    Community of Foot's Bay, Ontario. East to community of Glen Orchard, Ontario, Bracebridge, Ontario, Gravenhurst, Ontario.
    126.0
    202.7
    Junction of Highway #12 ( 12 mile Road )
    West side of highway. West to O'Donnell Point Provincial Park ( Nature Reserve ) no visitors facilities.
    129.1
    207.8
    Highway # 69 becomes Highway#400
    South to City of Barrie, City of Toronto. North to Town of Parry Sound, City of Sudbury Note: As of July/2002. 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 south via Ontario Highway #400 See Milebymile highway travel guide -e