and a great campsite. It was really big. I booked it on the internet and it was exactly as written up
When you looked down the roadway it was great scenery. Large beautiful trees on both sides and you could just imagine them in a month's time, beginning to turn colour.
We took one little sidetrip into the town of Lindsay. That was my maiden name and I always wanted to see the Town. I wasn't disappointed.
Their claim to fame is their main street........................its wide! 66 feet in width.I took this right off the River Run page
"Lindsay’s Victorian downtown boasts one of the widest main streets in Ontario (20 metres or 66 feet) – designed away back when to be wide enough to accommodate the turning radius of a four-horse hitch. You can take a pleasant stroll down the tree-lined main street, window shop at over 150 locally owned stores offering an eclectic selection of products and services, or wander along the interlocking brick sidewalks to the town clock outside the Town Hall, while admiring the planter baskets and the array of flags hanging from the old style lamp posts. Main street parking rates Mon. to Fri. are 50¢ an hour but off-street parking is only 25¢ an hour."
We visited the locks of the Trent Severn Waterway...............we've checked out a few of those and then went around the block to take a photo of the Presbyterian Church that tolled its bells while we were there.