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Elena’s guidebook

One of my favorite beaches in southwest Ontario
It has very vast water front and has some very nice eating area that has a good view of the beach. Some with live music
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Port Stanley
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It has very vast water front and has some very nice eating area that has a good view of the beach. Some with live music
This beach has a shallow water, kids will love this place. The beach area isn't that big though. It has the feel of a private beach. It also has a camping area and you an also enjoy a barbecue there.
Port Burwell Beach
This beach has a shallow water, kids will love this place. The beach area isn't that big though. It has the feel of a private beach. It also has a camping area and you an also enjoy a barbecue there.
This is one of the busiest beaches in Southwest Ontario. It is definitely a delight to visit. There are lots of clothing retail stores and eating places.
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Grand Bend Beach
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This is one of the busiest beaches in Southwest Ontario. It is definitely a delight to visit. There are lots of clothing retail stores and eating places.
Sightseeing
Sifton Bog Dock Trail is a 0.8 kilometer heavily trafficked out and back trail located near London, Ontario, Canada that features beautiful wild flowers and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and birding and is best used from March until November. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
Sifton Bog Environmentally Significant Area (ESA) is located on the south side of Oxford Street, west of Hyde Park Road. Parking is available at the main entrance on Oxford Street. The main feature of this 41.6-hectare public site is the floating acid peat bog and associated boreal plant life. Deciduous swamp and upland forest surround the bog, providing a sharp contrast between the northern (boreal) and southern (Carolinian) vegetation types.
Sifton Bog
1210 Oxford St W
Sifton Bog Environmentally Significant Area (ESA) is located on the south side of Oxford Street, west of Hyde Park Road. Parking is available at the main entrance on Oxford Street. The main feature of this 41.6-hectare public site is the floating acid peat bog and associated boreal plant life. Deciduous swamp and upland forest surround the bog, providing a sharp contrast between the northern (boreal) and southern (Carolinian) vegetation types.