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    Ontario #7 Highway Guide

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    Town of Perth , Ontario - Junction of Highway #1 regional & Highway #7
    NOTE: For highway Travel West via Highway #7 The Trans Canada Highway - See Highway travel guide City of Peterborough, Ontario to Town of Perth, Ontario, for driving directions

    Junction of Highway #1 regional & Highway #7 Town of Perth
    Town of Perth,Ontario Pop. 6000 July 2002, Located along the Tay River, Ont. - West to city of Peterbourough, Ontario. East to city of Ottawa, Ontario. South to community of Rideau Ferry, Ontario. Perth, Ont. was named for Perth, Scotland. Attractions in and around Perth, Ont: - Perth Museum - Festivals, Festival of the Maples - Perth Fair - Pioneer Maple Festival - Stewart Park Festival - Stewart Park Modern Square Dance Festival - Polar Bear Plunge.
    Community of Innisville, Ontario
    South side of highway
    Point of Interest
    Crossing the Mississippi River, Ontario. The Ontario, Mississippi River is a tributary of the Ottawa River. It is 169 kilometres (105 mi) in length.
    Roadside Highway Turnout, Rest Area
    Picnic tables, toilets. South side of highway
    Junction of Highway #15 regional
    North to community of Lanark, Ontario. Mal's Campground 13 km's north. Serviced and unserviced sites, flush toilets, showers, dump station
    Photo - View from highway
    Driving east via The Trans Canada Highway
    Junction of Highway #9 (Caplock Road)
    North to community of Clayton, Ontario, Tatlock, Ontario
    Junction of Highway #29 regional
    South to Mississippi Lake Campground 1 km. North to community of Pakenham, Ontario. Pakenham,Ontario, was named for Gen. Sir Edward Michael Pakenham, who died at the Battle of New Orleans.
    Junction of Highway #15 Kings Highway
    Town of Carlton Place, Ontario - Carlton Place, Ontario, was named for a square in Glasgow, Scotland. Attractions in and around Carlton Place, Ontario: Dragon Boat Festival - Franktown Lilac Festival - Heritage Festival.
    Junction of Highway #15 Kings Highway
    South to community of Smith Falls, Ontario. Smith Falls is located on the Ontario, Rideau Canal. The Rideau Canal is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Opened in 1832 as protection against American aggression the canal is still in use today. It is the oldest continuously operated canal system in North America. The canal system is part of the Ontario Rideau and the Cataraqui rivers - Attractions in and around Smith Falls, Ont: Smith Falls Railway Museum of Eastern Ontario, features the history of railroading - Heritage House Museum, Features a restored Victorian home showing the life style of an upper middle class family living in Smiths Falls, Ontario region, around 1867 to 1875. - Rideau Canal Museum, features the hydraulic system at the Smiths Falls' Combined Locks comparing them to the original 3-lift manual system built in 1829.-- Local festivals: - The Smith Falls Pickle Fest. - Smith Falls, Chocolate and Railway Festival.
    View from Highway - Driving east via The Trans Canada Highway
    Canada's Mississipi River, Ontario. The river's name is something of a mystery; although its current spelling may be derived from that of its much larger American cousin of the Mississippi, USA.
    Point of Interest
    West Corporate Limits of City of Ottawa, Ontario.
    Junction of Highway #3 regional
    North to town of Arnprior. Arnprior, Ontario is located at the junction of the Ontario, Ottawa and Madawaska Rivers. Attractions in and around Arnprior, Ont. - Arnprior & District Museum - The Arnprior Public Library - Robert Simpson Park with its picnic areas - Gillies Grove - Walking Trails - Marina.
    Junction of Highway #36 (Hazelden Road)
    Access from highway
    Junction of Highway #417 (exit #145)The Trans Canada Highway
    NOTE: HIGHWAY #7 ENDS / STARTS, HIGHWAY #417 CONTINUES EAST TO CITY OF NAPEAN, ONTARIO, OTTAWA, ONTARIO. North to city of North Bay, Ontario. South to Town of Perth, Ontario, city of Peterborough, Ontario.
    Junction of Highway #5 regional (Exit #144) - Highway #417 - The Trans Canada Highway
    North to community of Carp. South to community of Stittsville. Rideau River Provincial Park. Camping 186 sites, 46 elec. sites, flush toilets, showers. This park occupies a shady bank on the historic Rideau Canal near Kemptville. It is witness to a parade of recreational boats cruising between Kingston and Ottawa. Sandy beaches, a fitness trail and fishing offer distractions. Down the road are hiking trails and a golf course. Ottawa is only 20 minutes away.
    Exit # 142 Palladium Drive - Highway #417 - The Trans Canada Highway
    Access from highway
    Exit #140 - Highway #417 - The Trans Canada Highway
    Access from highway
    Junction of Highway #49 regional (Exit #138) - Highway #417 - The Trans Canada Highway
    Access to Ontario Provincial Police Detachment. South to community of Kanata, Ontario.
    Junction of Highways #416 & #417 (Exit #131) - Highway #417 - The Trans Canada Highway
    South to City of Nepean, Ontario, highway #401. North to City of Ottawa, Ontario - Nepean Municipal Tent Trailer Park, camping
    Junction of Highway #31 regional south (Exit # 121) - Highway #417 - The Trans Canada Highway
    North to Parliament Hill, Canada's Parliament Buildings. Parliament Hill is among Canada's most recognizable heritage sites. Access to downtown Ottawa, City of Hull, Quebec. North to City of Hull, Quebec. South to city of Toronto, Ontario. West to city of North Bay, Ontario.
    City of Ottawa, Ontario
    Parliament Hill, view from Ottawa River. Parliament Building Peace Tower. - Attractions in and around Ottawa, Ontario: - Ottawa Fringe Festival, artists, performers and musicians along with 15 venues held in the heart of the city. - Canada Dance Festival - Ottawa International Writers Festival - Odawa Pow Wow - Ottawa Busker Festival - Ottawa Bluesfest, one Canada�s foremost music festivals, including the Blues, Rock, Jazz, Funk, Soul, Rap, Folk, music. - Ottawa Folk Festival, one of the 'Top 50 Ontario Festivals' - Canadian Museum of Nature, features displays of insects, prehistoric dinosaurs, animals. - The Ottawa International Jazz Festival. - National Gallery of Canada, displays of Inuit art, religion, Canadian sculpture, and interior gardens and courtyards. - Canadian War Museum, a major national museum of military history, looking at Canada�s military past from earliest times to the present day. - Canadian Museum of Civilization. This is Canada's largest and most popular cultural institution, featuring the world's largest indoor collection of totem poles - Canada Aviation Museum, the museum features the history of aviation through some of the 120 aircraft on display - Canada Agriculture Museum, Ottawa. features, history of Canada's farming industry. - National Archives of Canada, collects, preserves the published literature of Canada. - Canadian Tulip Festival. The Canadian Tulip Festival has grown into one the largest Tulip Festival in the world.
    City of Ottawa, Ontario
    Changing of the Guard in front of Parliament Buildings. Start/Finish of highway travel guide. NOTE: For highway travel west of Otawa, Ontario, via The Trans Canada Highway #417 - See Highway Travel Guide - Ontario/Quebec Border to the City of Ottawa, Ontario, for driving directions. -e