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    City of Oshawa, Ontario - Junction of Highway #2 regional & Highway #4 (Taunton Road)
    Attractions in and around Oshawa, Ontario: The Canadian Automotive Museum, Oshawa: Features over 70 vehicles displayed in an authentic 1920s car dealership, also displayed are bicycles, tools, musical instruments, radios, televisions, graphics, photos, etc., relating to the periods of the cars are used throughout the building. - Oshawa Community Museum and Archives: Features; local history through the interpretation of three restored buildings showing the lifestyles of Oshawa�s early settlers. - Parkwood, a National Historic Site, was home to auto baron R. Samuel McLaughlin (founder of General Motors of Canada)- The Ontario Regiment RCAC Museum; Canada's largest collection of operational military vehicles, tours are available. - The Canadian Aviation Expo: Canada's largest Aviation Trade Show and Fly-in. This show has earned the title 'Canada's Premier Aviation Event'
    Junction of Highway #2 regional & Highway #4 (Taunton Road)
    North to Trans Canada Highway and the town of Lindsay, Ontario. West to city of Toronto, Ontario. East to Darlington Provincial Park, City of Kingston, Ontario. Darlington Provincial Park. Camping, 315 campsites, 135 elec. sites
    Services at highway
    West side of highway
    Brooklyn Road
    Access from highway
    Junction of Highway #3 regional (Brooklyn Road)
    West to community of Brooklyn, Ontario. Brooklin was settled in the 1820s.
    Junction of Highway #5 regional
    Community of Raglan, Ontario. West to community of Myrtle, Ontario, Ashburn, Ontario. East to community of Burketon, Ontario. Ashburn, Ontario is named after Ashbourne, Derbyshire in England.
    Point of Interest
    City of Greater Oshawa, Ontario north boundry.
    Point of Interest
    South boundry of the Township of Scugog, Ontario. Attractions, within Scugog, Township: Scugog Sports Wall of Fame, recognizing Scugog�s sporting history and traditions. - Scugog Island Cruises, Ontario is located in downtown Port Perry, Ontario, pleasure cruseing on Ontario's Lake Scugog. - Northwood Zoo & Animal Sanctuary, Seagrave, Ontario, offers opportunities to view tigers, grizzlies, wolves and lions as well as many other species.
    Junction of Highway #19 regional (Shirley Road)
    Access fro highway.
    Sunny Brae Golf Course, Ontario
    West side of highway.
    Junction of Highway #7a Kings Highway
    Town of Port Perry, Ontario, all services. West to community of Manchester, Ontario. - Attractions in and around Port Perry, Ontario; Mississauga First Nation Pow Wow - Scugog Island Cruises, where one can tour Lake Scugog, on a 100-passenger vessel. - Port Perry Waterfront Trail; This trail follows along Ontario's; Lake Scugog, access to beaches. - Scugog Shores Historical Museum. The Scugog Shores Museum is located on Scugog Island. The museum features, 12 restored buildings in the historic village, flower and vegetable gardens, also the Ojibway Heritage Interpretive Lands.
    Junction of Highway #8 regional
    West to community of Uxbridge, Ontario. Uxbridge,, area was first settled in by Quakers, from the Catawissa area of Pennsylvania. Attractions in and around Uxbridge, Ontario. - The Uxbridge-Scott Museum and Archives, shows the agricultural heritage and genealogy of area. The Museum includes nine heritage buildings, herb and flower gardens. - Home of author Lucy Maud Montgomery of Anne of Green Gables fame is located in Leaskdale, Ontario. - The Uxbridge, Ontario Fall Fair, held annually during the second week in September. Events include a demolition derby and a tractor pull.
    Canterbury Golf Course, Ontario
    South side of highway. Canterbury Golf Course, has a 9 hole golf course.
    Community of Seagrave, Ontario
    Attractions in Seagrave, Ontario: - Northwood Zoo & Animal Sanctuary, view tigers, grizzlies, wolves and lions as well as many other species.
    Junction of Highway #28 regional
    East to community of Valentia, Ontario. Valentia,was founded in 1807. Attractions: Valentia Heritage Rodeo.
    Community of Sonya, Ontario
    Sonya, Ontario is a hamlet in Durham Region of Ontario.
    Junction of Highway #13 regional
    West to community of Blackwater, Ontario.
    Junction of Highway #4 regional
    East to community of Little Britain, Ontario. Little Britain was established in 1834.
    Junction of Highway #7 Kings Highway. The Trans Canada Highway (Central Ontario Route)
    East to Emily Ontario, Provincial Park. Camping Facilities: 299 large, sites. 170, have electrical service, two with 50 amps of power. Toilet and water facilities, and each site has a firepit, table, parking space. Shower and laundry facilities located in the park. There are day picnic areas. Two boat launches with access to Ontarios Pigeon Lake.
    Junction of Highway #7 Kings Highway. The Trans Canada Highway (Central Ontario Route)
    Community of Manilla, Ontario. East to Town of Lindsay, Ontario; 19 km's. East to Peterborough, Ontario. West to city of Orillia, Ontario. South to city of Oshawa, Ontario; Ontario's, Highway #401. NOTE: For highway travel east via Highway #7 - See Road Map Highway Travel Guide The Trans Canada Highway, Central Ontario Route - Junction of Highway #12 to Town of Lindsay, Ontario, City of Peterborough, Ontario for driving directions. Start/Finish of Highway Travel Guide. -e