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Address: 170 Jozo Weider Blvd, Blue Mountains, Ontario, Canada, L9Y 0N8

Blue Mountain Village is the epicentre of cycling in Ontario! Spectacular accommodations, 40 shops and cycling friendly restaurants surround the picturesque pedestrian village nestled between the Niagara Escarpment and the sparkling shores of Georgian Bay. Use the Village as convenient home base and tour the area along country roads or cycling trails and visit area beaches, galleries, wineries, cafes and restaurants along the Apple Pie Trail. Blue Mountain Village is proud to host a number of cycling events during the year. 
Please note 2021 changing status for bike park and mountain bike downhill and cross country trail access. Check directly via website: www.bluemountain.ca/things-to-do/activities/mountain-biking

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Address: 23 Main Street, Warkworth, Ontario, Canada, K0K 3K0

As part of this ‘Designated Artisan Community’ known as ‘The Village of Warkworth’, we offer one-of-­a-­kind pieces of fine craft and original art, and have established Cheeky Bee as one of Eastern Ontario’s finest galleries, featuring over 150 artists & craftspeople from across North America. Visit our bicycle friendly community with its designated community bike rack. We offer access to washrooms, rest area and a place to fill up your water bottle. We have local cycling information available and are always welcoming to cyclists.

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Address: 2940 Old Montreal Rd., Cumberland, Ontario, Canada, K4C 1G3

Unique in the nation’s capital, Cumberland Heritage Village Museum provides an immersive, fun, and educational experience that showcases life in the 1920s and 30s with dozens of heritage and true-to-the-era reproduction buildings – including a working sawmill and blacksmith forge – heritage breed farm animals, people in costume, vintage tractor-pulled wagon rides, and so much more. The museum is open during the summer on Wednesdays to Sundays, from 10 am to 5 pm.

**Please note that admission is required to use the washrooms and drinking water on site.

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Le Musée-village du patrimoine de Cumberland offre une occasion unique de vivre une expérience amusante et éducative dans la capitale nationale qui vous plongera dans la vie des années 1920 et 1930. Venez contempler les dizaines d’édifices patrimoniaux et de reproductions représentatives de l’époque, y compris une scierie et une forge qui fonctionnent encore ainsi que les animaux de races patrimoniales, et profitez-en pour rencontrer les personnages costumés, faire des tours de chariots tirés par des tracteurs de l’époque, et bien plus encore. Le musée est ouvert pendant l’été les mercredis aux dimanches, de 10 h à 17 h. 

**Veuillez noter que les frais d’admission sont requises afin d’utiliser les salles de bain et l’eau potable.

 

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Address: 13740 County Road 2, Morrisburg, Ontario, Canada, K0C 1X0

Come STEP OUT OF YOUR WORLD … escape to another time and place, amidst the sights and sounds of a fully operational 1860s village. Upper Canada Village, is an award-winning re-creation of an 1860s village in Upper Canada just before Confederation. Village. Cosstumed interpreters, a horse drawn tow scow, complete working farm, working mills, places of worship, trade shops, a village confectionary and family physician bring the community to life. Wander in wonderment, listen and learn as you compare today’s life to the ways and tools of yesterday. Upper Canada Village also features a season full of special events, summer camps and other activities. For more information www.uppercanadavillage.com. Bike racks available. The St. Lawrence Parks Commission manages award winning attractions and outdoor recreational areas along the majestic St. Lawrence River between Kingston and the Quebec border.

Waterloo Central Railway
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Address: 50 Isabella Street, St. Jacobs, Ontario, Canada, N0B 2N0

Waterloo Central Railway runs a Historic Train connecting Waterloo and Elmira, travelling through the Mennonite countryside of Waterloo Region. They run their Farmer’s Market Trains 3 times a day at 10am, 12pm, and 2pm on Thursdays & Saturdays from April to October. They provide stops on Northfield Drive in Waterloo, at the Farmer’s Market, in the Village of St. Jacobs, and in the Town of Elmira. There are many hop on hop off options to experience including Rail N Ale, Train & High Tea, Train & Kitchen Kuttings Tastings, and many more! They also run THE POLAR EXPRESS™ Train Rides & Santa Trains in November & December! Experience history brought to life with a memorable ride at Waterloo Central Railway!