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Want to explore more of Ontario and Canada?  Here are some suggetions for tour you can make from Woodland Echoes as a base to start and end.

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  • Toronto/Magnetawan/Algonquin Park/ Ottawa/Toronto.......................1090 KM
  • Toronto/Niagara Falls/Magnetawan/Toronto..........................................840 KM
  • Magnetawan/Parry Sound/Midland/Muskoka/Magnetawan ...................351 KM
    • This tour will take you to "Ste. Marie Among The Huron's" near Midland Ontario. This is the site of a reproduction of a 16th century Indian Village, a very popular site. You can then drive through the scenic Muskoka stopping at artisan and craft studios. More details are available when you staying are here.
  • Magnetawan/Sudbury/North Bay/Magnetawan ..................................445 KM
    • This tour goes through Parry Sound on Georgian Bay, a chance to take the 30,000 Island Cruise on "The Bay", then north to Sudbury, Science North, Imax Theatre, the Big Nickel Mine are some of the possible stops. Then on to North Bay, The Chief Commanda Boat tour, and much more.
      We will help with details when you are a guest at Woodland Echoes.
  • Magnetawan/Sudbury/Manitoulin Island/Tobermory/Midland/Magnetawan..785 KM
    • This tour incorporates much of the above, but also includes a trip on the Cheechemon a ferry boat across Georgian Bay at Tobermory, as well as a stop on Manitoulin Island to see some of the "Native Culture". We will provide more details when you are at Woodland Echoes.

Trails and Wildlife

Pack your walking shoes and binoculars. Woodland Echoes is a natural wonderland. Trails meander through beautifully landscaped gardens, wild meadows and lively woodlands. The area is alive with over 35 species of birds frequenting our many feeders. White-tailed deer are commonly seen in the meadow and our friendly chipmunks are always looking for a handout. In the Spring and early Summer, a chorus of frogs rises from the nearby wetlands, presenting nature's concert at end of the day.

Cyclists take note - - An intricate network of country back roads inspires exploration by avid cyclists. The Trans Canada Trail connects through Magnetawan along the Old Nipissing Road. Interpretive signage along the route tells the tale of the early days of this colonization road.

A number of other nature trails in the area offer an even greater expanse of exploration. We have a guide book in the office with hundreds of trail maps. When you are here be sure to ask about it.

 

 

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