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Killbear Provincial Park Ontario

Killbear Provincial Park is in Parry Sound on the beautiful Georgian Bay on Lake Huron.  We drove north of Toronto and on through the Mukoka area to Killbear.   Killbear isn’t too far off the main highway and sits directly on the Georgian Bay. It was an easy drive in and had a small general store near the entrance.   …

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Prince Edward County Ontario

We drove to our family’s house in Frankford driving through Prince Edward County area. It is a beautiful area. It is gorgeous countryside yet not that far from the big city of Toronto. It is hard to believe!   Yay, we made it to their house, backed in, hooked up to electric and were treated like royalty. We had a …

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Yep, we did it! We parked in a Walmart parking lot overnight. Not that there’s anything wrong it but it is just something we never do. But this time we needed to be in the area to visit friends and there just wasn’t any place else to stay.   It worked out fine. We asked the manager if we could …

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Kingston Ontario

We drove from Quebec City to Kingston, Ontario taking the Highway 30 bypass around Montreal. Highway 30 goes over Grand Ile where you first cross a 2.5 km bridge over the Beauharnois Canal and then a 1.8 km bridge over the St. Lawrence River (toll)  followed by a 100m  tunnel under the Soulange Canal. It was a quick, easy journey …

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Quebec City Quebec Canada

We took a private shuttle bus from KOA into Quebec City. It was about $20 CAD per person, round trip. It was a large bus which stopped at a few other hotels on the way in to pick up other tourists. The trip took about 40 minutes one way including the other hotel stops and without traffic. It was extremely …

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Quebec Canada

We made it to Quebec! We drove from Edmunston, New Brunswick to Quebec City passing through beautiful countryside along the St. Lawrence River and even passed an Accordion Museum. I wasn’t allowed to stop…something about not wanting to hear someone try and learn the accordion all the way across the country. Just nonsense!   We headed to the KOA Quebec …

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de la Republique New Brunswick

Our plans had us going to the Gaspe Peninsula in Quebec for 5 days and staying at Forillon National Park and driving almost 800 km. But time was getting short and we needed to be in Western Canada in less than a month and we still had lots of sightseeing, visiting, and moochdocking to get done. So, as usual, we …

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Kouchibouguac National Park New Brunswick

We departed PEI and drove over the Confederation Bridge to New Brunswick. Before driving over the bride we stopped to pay the toll which is only paid when you exit off the island. It was $67 (CAD) for our 4 axles (Motorhome and tow vehicle).   We drove on north along the coast of New Brunswick about 90 miles or …

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Prince Edward Island Canada

Charlottetown Charlottetown is the capital of the Canada province of Prince Edward Island with a population of around 36,000 people. It is known as the birthplace of the Confederation because it hosted the Charlottetown Conference of 1864 which spurred the country’s birth. It is a charming city with quaint streets and wonderful buildings full of restaurants and shopping and lots …

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Prince Edward Island Canada

We drove through New Brunswick to the Confederation Bridge which is the toll bridge that takes you to Prince Edward Island over the Northumberland Strait.  The bridge is about 8 miles long and is often referred to as the “Fixed Link”.  It is the longest bridge in the world over ice covered water.  The toll is only charged when you …

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