Byng Island Conservation Campgrounds Dunnville Ontario Hwy #3

Byng Island Conservation Campgrounds Dunnville Ontario Hwy #3

Byng Island Conservation Campgrounds Dunnville Ontario Hwy #3

the idea girl says

if you veer off hwy #3 into downtown Dunnville Ontario Canada

you turn at the lights, then keep to the right and go straight to the lights at the bridge

so straight over the bridge that crosses over the grand river

and on your right past the town of port maitland, you’ll see the signs that lead to Byng Conservation Campgrounds

They have a football sized pool, and other attractions.

This is a favorite campground for many of our friends and aquaintances

This was the route to Rainham Rd, Haldimand Rd 3 which leads if you go straight

to the Town of Selkirk and the Sunflower Cafe which is around 15 minutes away from Dunnville and Byng Island Conservation Park

 

https://www.grandriver.ca/en/outdoor-recreation/Byng-Island.aspx

 

bridge over grand river at dunnville ontario to cayuga port maitland byng island  selkirk route

bridge over grand river at dunnville ontario to cayuga port maitland byng island selkirk route

bridge over grand river at dunnville ontario to cayuga port maitland byng island selkirk route

 

grand island ice cream food boat rentals dunnville ontario canada

grand island ice cream food boat rentals dunnville ontario canada

grand island ice cream food boat rentals dunnville ontario canada

the idea girl says

the grand island restaurant. I dont know the new name for it or if it’s been changed.

they serve ice cream and fast foods like burgers, fries

there’s a canoe and paddle boat rental here

so you can paddle and enjoy a cruise on the grand river for a fee

free parking and washrooms here

there used to be a mini golf here, but I think it’s closed now.

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