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PARTNERS & SPONSORS Middlesex On The Move

Ausable-Bayfield Conservation Authority www.abca.on.ca

Phone: 519-235-2610

Doug and Marion’s Bike Sales & Repairs www.dougandmarionsbikes.com

Phone: 519-245-9923

Kettle Creek Conservation Authority www.kettlecreekconservation.on.ca

Phone: 519-631-1270

Lower Thames Valley Conservation Authority

Phone: 519-235-2610 -ORAdmin: 519-354-7310

Middlesex County www.middlesex.ca

Phone: 519-434-7321

Middlesex County Library www.middlesex.library.on.ca

Phone: 519-245-8237

Middlesex Federation of Agriculture www.ofa.on.ca

Phone: 519-457-8444

Middlesex-London Health Unit www.healthunit.com

Phone: 519-663-5317

Middlesex-London in motion™ www.inmotion4life.ca

Phone: 519-663-5317 ext. 2220

Real Canadian Superstore & PC Cooking School www.superstore.ca • www.pccookingschool.ca

Phone: 519-245-4198

Southwest Ontario Aboriginal Health Access Centre www.soahac.on.ca

Phone: 519-672-4079 -OR519-289-0352

St. Clair Region Conservation Authority www.scrca.on.ca

Phone: 519-245-3710

Tourism Middlesex www.tourmiddlesex.ca

Phone: 519-205-4952

Upper Thames River Conservation Authority www.thamesriver.on.ca

Phone: 519-451-2800

www.lowerthames-conservation.on.ca

OTHER TRAILS,

Parks, and Recreational Areas in Middlesex In addition to the trails featured in this guidebook, there are numerous parks, private trails, and recreational areas within Middlesex County. PARKHILL RAIL TRAIL Start at the Municipal Office, Parkhill A Geocachers Paradise in Parkhill! Tour this trail alone or with family! There are geocaches placed along this entire trail, on both the East and West sides of the Main Street. Bring your bike for a nice ride all the way West to Ailsa Craig or explore East of Main Street by foot. ILDERTON RAIL TRAIL Start at Junction Park in Ilderton This former railway line is now a trail used by locals and visitors alike! Start your journey at Junction Park. Make your way either South for walking and hiking or go North in the winter to follow the snowmobiling trail. AILSA CRAIG LION’S PARK At the end of William St., Ailsa Craig Located at the end of William Street, this park is partially accessible. The remainder is a dirt trail along the river bank, winding through a beautiful forest. Quilt Murals line the trail at this park, each representing the different countries who have participated in the annual Ailsa Craig Quilt Festival.

WELDON PARK Arva Located in the village of Arva, Weldon Park is owned and operated by the Municipality of Middlesex Centre. This 15 hectare multi-use park features a series of spring-fed ponds, a small woodlot, and recreational facilities. TRAILS WITHIN LONDON Various locations in London and area Trails within London are plentiful! From the Fanshawe Hiking Trails, to the Sifton Bog and Westminister Ponds, London has a lot of green space to offer! For more information visit london.ca/ transportation/bikepage.htm BARN QUILT TRAILS Various locations in Middlesex & Area Barn Quilts are colourful quilt patterns painted onto large boards. They are installed on the sides of heritage barns, significant buildings, and free standing. There are many Barn Quilts located along Longwoods Road. The Ailsa Craig Lion’s Park also displays a collection of freestanding murals that resemble the barn quilt phenomenon. There are barn quilts scattered in South Caradoc and the four surrounding Counties of Elgin, Oxford, Brant, and Norfolk. Visit www.barnquilttrails.ca for more details.

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