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Diana B Earle
5 Sherwood Springs Rd
Mallorytown Ontario
K0E 1R0

613 345-3077

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St Lawrence National Park

Flora & Fauna Category 2009 Photo Winner Wendy Healey Monarch at Mallorytown Landing
Parks Canada / Photo by Wendy Healey

Island View B&B looks out to the mighty St. Lawrence River, but is surrounded otherwise by creeks, and forest pathways. St Lawrence Islands National Park has  superb hiking trails within 5 minute drive from our own backyard. The level of difficulty ranges from easy to challenging. As with all Federal Parks, there are wheelchair accessible sections. With bridges over the wetlands, the trails carry on into rolling secondary forest, climbing rock ridges to a platform deck overlooking Mud Creek. The platform is hexagonal, and roomy enough to dance on which makes this a great place to ponder how life here could be for the aboriginal peoples who lived here for thousands of years.

Can you imagine a special ceremony in that clearing? Stand on that stage, surrounded by curtains of white pine trees, overlooking the blue and gold and blue of creek, grass and sky and watch eagles soar in the sky!

In the winter, get on those cross country skis or snowshoes - the trails are open.

The park consists of several mainland properties and is the traditional territory of two distinct aboriginal cultures, The Haudenosaunee or Six Nations Iroquois Confederacy and the Misi-zaaagiing or trhe Mississauga Anishinabbe who are close relatives to the Ojibwa People.

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