Sunday, October 4, 2015

Lake Simcoe Shoreline in Georgina

York Region has a waterfront too: the beautiful shores of Lake Simcoe.  Experience it by cycling the Lake Simcoe Trail for about 50 kilometres along Lake Drive and Hedge Road, connecting key destinations within Georgina including the Georgina Island Ferry, Sibbald Point Provincial Park, De La Salle Park / Franklin Beach, Willow Beach, The ROC, Claredon Beach Park, and Adeleine Park as well as the communities of Virginia, Sutton and Keswick.

    Check out the Briars Resort for dining or accommodations.  It has lots of bike parking.

    Ice cream at Jackson's Point

    Lake Drive is part of a larger vision: the Lake to Lake Route.  York Region, in partnership with local municipalities and conservation authorities, has started an ambitious plan to build a 121 kilometre cycling route and walking trail from Lake Simcoe at the northern edge of the York Region through the City of Toronto to Lake Ontario.  The Lake to Lake Cycling Route and Walking Trail will be a major recreational and commuter route that connects key destinations and natural heritage areas.

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