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    Junction of Highway #21 and Highway #7 City of Peterborough
    West to Town of Lindsay, Ontario. North to Downtown Peterborough, Ontario. South to community of Stewart Hall, Ontario. East to City of Ottawa, Ontario. South to City of Toronto, Ontario Access -- Attractions in Peterborough, Ontario: - Hutchison House Museum, tours and events of the 1837 period. - Lang Pioneer Village, located east of Peterborough, featuring a pioneer village with buildings showing the way of life in the 1800s, the village has gardens and farm animals. - Peterborough Centennial Museum and Archives, featuring the history of Peterborough, and area. The museum has over 25,000 articles that are periodically displayed. - The Trent-Severn Waterway Canadian National Historic Site.
    City of Peterborough, Ontario
    Photo's of Peterborough Lift Lock, Trent-Severn Waterway National Historic Site of Canada. One of only two hydraulic lift locks on the Trent-Severn Waterway, Lock 21 is the highest hydraulic lift lock in the world. Access to a Visitor Information Centre. From the center, one can see the operation of the lift lock the visitor center has public washrooms, exhibits and films.
    Junction of Highway #35 regional
    South to community of Assumption, Ontario. Note Highway #115 overlaps highway #7 at this point
    Junction of Highway #134 Kings Highway & Highway #34 Regional
    North to community of Lakefield, Ontario. South to community of Keens, Ontario. Attractions in and around Lakefield, Ontario: Buskers Festival on the long weekend in May - Lakefield is the site of The Jazz and Literary festival held every summer.
    Point of Interest
    Crossing the Ontario, Indian River, campground on north side of highway. The Indian River flows from Stoney Lake, Ontario into Ontario's Rice Lake.
    Junction of Highway #40 regional & #45 regional
    Community of Norwood, Ontario. North to Petroglyphs Ontario, Provincial Park 31 km's. no camping, recreation park with picnic tables, toilets. Northeast of Peterborough, Ontario is the largest concentration of aboriginal rock carvings in North America. Chiseled into white marble rock face 1,200 years ago, there are 900 petroglyphs depicting turtles, snakes, birds and humans. Hiking trails meander surrounding forests, wetlands and rocky ridges.
    Highway #46 regional - Photo Havelock Visitor Information Booth
    Community of Havelock, Ontario. Road side highway turnout with information booth. North to Petroglyphs Ontario Provincial Park, no campground, picnic and recreational area. Attractions in Havelock, Ontario: - The Havelock, Ontario Country Jamboree, held annually in August.
    Junction of Highway #30 regional - Photo bridge crossing the Ontario, Trent River
    South to community of Trent River, Ontario, community of Campbellford, Ontario, Ferris Ontario, Provincial Park. campground 163 campsites showers flush toilets. Situated on hilly drumlins, this park borders and provides access to the busy Ontario, Trent River south of Campbellford. Scenic bluffs carved out of limestone bedrock provide a view of picturesque Ontario, Ranney Falls. Overgrown stone fences and cleared meadows are relics of farms once worked here.
    Photo's of Trent River(Trent Severn Waterway System).Portion of old and new bridge(above photo) crossing Ontario, Trent River. Trent river is part of Ontario, Trent-Severn Waterway system.
    Red Feather Resort Campground, Ontario
    Camping, boat rentals. South of highway
    Junction of Highway #50 regional
    South to Crow Bridge Conservation Area, camping. Community of Campbellford, Ontario, Healy Falls, Ontario. Campbellford, Ontario some of the fist Europeans in the Trent Valley started after the end of the American Revolution in 1783; with a influx of United Empire Loyalists. Attractions in and around Campbellford, Ontario: The town features a 27 ft statue of a Toonie (the unofficial name for Canada's two-dollar coin). The New Ranney Gorge Suspension Bridge a 300'long bridge spanning 30' above the Ontario, Trent River. - The Indian Bike Museum - Aviation Military Museum.
    Junction of Highway #14
    Community of Marmora, Ontario. North to community of Cordova Mines, Ontario. South to Bonarlaw, Ontario. Marmora, Ontario, is located on the Ontario, Crowe River. Attractions in and around Marmora, Ontario: - The Marmora Mine, an old abandoned open-pit mine containing rock minerals, of garnet and pyrite. - Marmora Cup annual dog-sled races - Marmora Ontario, Country Jamboree, a country music festival held in September.
    Marmora Koa Campground, Ontario
    South side of highway. Full hookups
    Junction of Highway #62 Kings Highway
    South to community of Madoc, Ontario & Belleville, Ontario. North to community of Eldorado, Ontario & Bancroft, Ontario. Attractions in and around Madoc, Ontario: - O'Hara Mill Pioneer Village Heritage Day, held the last Saturday in July at the O'Hara pioneer village and conservation area. The Madoc Fall Fair. - Belleville, Ontario: The city of Belleville is located on Lake Ontario's Bay of Quinte - Attractions in and around Belleville - The Belleville Waterfront & Ethnic Festival - Bayshore Trail Riverfront Trail. - County Marathon Corn Maze - Hastings & Prince Edward Regiment Military Museum features, history of the local military that have fought in every major conflict since the American War of Independence. - Glanmore National Historic Site, shows collection of antique furniture, paintings and ceramics. Local history of the Belleville, Ontario area.
    Point of Interest
    Crossing the Black River, Ontario. The Ontario, Black River originates in the Oak Ridges Moraine and flows north to empty into Ontario's, Lake Simcoe.
    Junction of Highway #37 Kings highway
    South to community of Actinolite, Ontario, Tweed, Ontario, City of Belleville, Ontario. Actinolite, Ontario was founded in 1853. Tweed, Ontario, is located on Ontario's Lake Stoco.
    Roadside Highway Turnout Rest Area
    Picnic tables, toilets. South side of highway
    Clipper's Campground, Ontario
    Camping. North 1 km
    Roadside Highway Turnout
    South side of highway
    Ontario Provincial Police Station
    Access from highway
    Junction of Highway #41 Kings highway
    Community of Kaladar, Ontario. South to community of Erinsville, Ontario. North to Bon Echo Ontario, Provincial Park. Camping 528 campsites. Sheer Bon Echo Rock rises 100 metres out of deep Mazinaw Lake for 1.5 kilometres at this park north of Kaladar, Ontario. The Algonkians painted 260 red-ochre pictographs on the rocks.
    Woodland Trailer Park, Ontario
    South 5 km's
    Services at highway
    Fuel. North side of highway
    Roadside Highway Turnout
    Large gravel turnout. South side of highway
    Roadside Highway Turnout, Rest Area
    Picnic tables, toilets. Salmon River north side of highway
    Services at highway
    South side of highway
    Sharbot Lake Ontario, Provincial Park
    South side of highway. Camping 194 sites, 34 elec. sites, flush toilets, showers. With shoreline on Black and Sharbot lakes, this park edging Highway 7 has warm- and cold-water fishing. Black Lake, Ontario has two sandy beaches. Hiking trails within the Park: Discovery Trail 1.2 km loop takes about (1hour). This trail is along the ridge of land that divides Black Lake and Sharbot Lake. From a lookout at the top of the ridge you can see both lakes. - Ridgeview Trail 0.5 km return apx.(30 minutes). This trail climbs to a ridge that divides Black Lake from Sharbot Lake.
    Junction of Highway #509 regional
    North to Clarendon Station, Ontario.
    Junction of Highway #38 Kings Highway
    South to community of Sharbot Lake, Ontario, Tichborne, Ontario,Parham, Ontario, Godfrey, Ontario, Verona, Ontario, city of Kingston, Ontario & highway #401. Access to Sharbot Lake, Ontario Provincial Park: Campground Facilities: 185 treed campsites, 29 with electricity, comfort station with showers, drinking water and laundry facilities, a sandy beach, picnic and day use park, playground, laundromat, boat launch on Black Lake and on Sharbot Lake, canoes, kayaks rentals. Hiking trails - Discovery Trail 1.2 km loop. The trail divides Black Lake and Sharbot Lake. From a lookout at the top of the ridge you can see both lakes. - Ridgeview Trail 0.5 km return. This trail climbs the ridge that divides Black Lake from Sharbot Lake.-- Attractions in and around Kingston, Ontario: MacLachlan Woodworking Museum, features, traditional woodworking tools in the Cabinetmaker's Workshop - Kingston's Pump House Steam Museum, features a steam fly-wheel engines museum. The museum also showcases a variety of model trains, with over 1400 feet of 'O' scale model track. - Bellevue House National Historic Site of Canada, features the story of Sir John A. Macdonald, where he lived. - Canada's Penitentiary Museum, shows full-scale replicas of Canadian federal penitentiary cells, consisting of historically significant artifacts, photos and documents. - Fort Henry National Historic Site of Canada; Fort Henry is one of Canada's performance-based heritage attractions, offers interactive daily programs from May to September. - International Hockey Hall of Fame, features 10,000 square feet of memories; including a special tribute to the 'Original Six' NHL teams. Also home to the exclusive 'Don Cherry Collection' - Kingston Mills Block House, shows a the military lifestyle of 1839 blockhouse. - Marine Museum of the Great Lakes at Kingston, features the story of Canada's great inland seas. - Miller Museum of Geology and Mineralogy, features a large gallery of rocks, minerals and fossils from around the world. - Princess of Wales Own Regiment, Military Museum. The museum displays the history of Kingston, Ontario citizen soldiers and milita.
    Roadside Highway Turnout Rest Area
    Silver Lake, Ontario. Picnic tables, pit toilets. North side of highway
    Photo - Looking at Silver Lake, Ontario
    Photo taken from Roadside highway turnout.
    Silver Lake Provincial Park
    Services at highway, south side. Silver Lake Provincial Park, north of highway 1 km. Camping. 148 sites,26 elec. sites, flush toilets, showers, canoe rentals are available at the park. Silver Lake near Perth is a long, narrow trough of water carved out by glaciers. While its long sandy beach is the big attraction, a marsh at the eastern end of the lake is another. A boardwalk crosses the marsh. There are Northern Pike, Smallmouth Bass, Lake Trout, Yellow Perch, and sunfish in Silver Lake
    Point of Interest
    Crossing the Ontario, Fall River. The Ontario's, Fall River flows from Sharbot Lake, Ontario through Ontario's, Bennett Lake to join the Mississippi River.
    Junction of Highway #36 regional
    South to community of Maberly, Ontario, Bolingbroke, Ontario. North to community of Elphin, Ontario.
    Photo - View from highway
    Looking at McGowans Lake, Ontario. Access to campgrounds.
    Roadside Highway Turnout
    North side of highway. Large gravel turnout.
    McGowens Campground R V Park, Ontario
    South side of highway. Campground Facilities: Sunny or shaded camp sites, sandy beach, store, laundry, fishing, two playgrounds, showers, dumping station.
    Pay River Trailer Park, Ontario
    17 km's south
    Community of Wemyss, Ontario
    Services, north side of highway
    Truck Inspection Weigh Station
    North side of highway
    Junction of Highway #511 regional
    Town of Perth, Ontario. North to community of Balderson, Ontario, Lanark, Ontario. Services at highway. Attractions in and around Perth, Ontario: - Perth Museum a National Historic Site. The museum features the history of the 1840's at the elegant Matheson House - Festivals in and around Perth Ontario. - Festival of the Maples, - Perth Fair - Pioneer Maple Festival - Stewart Park Festival - Polar Bear Plunge. - Stewart Park Modern Square Dance Festival - Attractions in Lanark, Ontario: The Canadian Big League Baseball Championships; 18 year old players comprtr at Clyde Memorial Park.
    Town of Perth, Ontario - Junction of Highway #1 regional (formerly highway #43 regional)
    South to Murphys Point Ontario Provincial Park. Camping.168 campsites, 27 elec. sites flush toilets, showers. Murphys Point Park is located on the historic Ontario, Rideau Waterway, this park near Perth, Ontario offers tours of a restored mica mine and trails to sawmill ruins and pioneer homesteads. From Big Rideau Lake, there are boat-in campsites. Trails are groomed for cross-country skiing. Hiking Trails within the park: Loon Lake Loop Trail 1 km loop; passes two diverse ponds and follows Ontario's, Loon Lake shoreline. - McParlan House Trail 2.5 km return; The passes McParlan House, with displays telling its history, leading on to the Burgess Sawmill. - Point Trail 5.5 km return, looping around Murphys Point peninsula overlooking Ontario's, Big Rideau Lake; facilities, picnic tables, toilets changing rooms. - Silver Queen Mine Trail 2.3 km return. This trail crosses abandoned farm fields to the Silver Queen Mine, a turn of the century mica mine. - Sylvan Trail 2.5 km, a scenic forest trail - Rideau Trail 6.5 km, part of a 300-km trail that runs from Kingston, Ontario to Ottawa, Ontario.
    Town of Perth, Ontario Business Section
    Access from highway. West to City of Peterborough, Ontario. East to City of Ottawa, Ontario. NOTE: For highway travel east via Ontario Highway #7 The Trans Canada Highway - See Road Map Highway Travel Guide - Perth Ontario to Ottawa Ontario for driving directions --Start / Finish of Highway Travel Guide -e