Check out some spectacular views of the Saugeen River. Saugeen Bluffs boasts close to 200 campsites in a beautiful hardwood forest. Every spring thousands come to the famous Maple Syrup Festival.
The clue is located at the gatehouse.
Aidan loved this little bridge!
Team: Hunter & Aidan making their way to the top of the "Look Out".
We made it! What a sight of the Saugeen River.
Now we are off to find our next destination...
Passport Stop #8
Downtown Paisley (D) (M)
GPS: 81°16'22"W 44°18'24"N
ICanoe shops and coffee shops. Art gallery and Antique Mill. The Village of Paisley has many nooks and crannies to discover. See if you can spot the salmon spawning.
The clue is located on the downtown bridge.
Guess where we wound up? At the Rail trail Bridge that we visited a few weeks ago. Aidan, Hunter and I walked both bridges and then headed for our last destination for the day.
Our last destination for our adventure for the day!
Passport Stop #9
Stoney Island C.A., Kincardine (M)
GPS: 81°36'22"W 44°13'35"N
What happened to the stoney island at Stoney Island Conservation Area? Find out more about the legend of Captain Duncan Rowan during your visit. Don’t forget to check out the trails!
The box is located by the parking lot.
We entered the conservation area later in the day and were unable to read or find any paths marking where we would find the location where the Stoney Island was. We did however hike well over 3 kms and reached the shoreline to snap a few photos before hurrying back along the trails to the car park area before darkness fell; left at 8:30 pm.
This spot on the destination is also home to my favourite Old House.