Road map Newmarket and Aurora city surrounding area (Ontario, Canada)

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Road map Newmarket and Aurora city surrounding area (Ontario, Canada)

Road map of Newmarket and Aurora city
Map of Newmarket & Aurora. Detailed map of the highway and local roads of Newmarket & Aurora (Ontario, Canada).
Large scale road map of Newmarket and Aurora city
Map of Newmarket & Aurora. Detailed map of the highway and local roads of Newmarket & Aurora (Ontario, Canada).
Victoria-Durham      
The Regional Municipality of Durham is dominated by the glacial  Oak Ridges Moraine, stretching from the Niagara Escarpment east of  Newmarket west to the Trent River watershed near Peterborough. The  moraine passes through gorgeous countryside with strong Quaker roots and  contains the headwaters of more than 30 rivers that drain into Lake  Simcoe or Lake Ontario. Further north, Scugog Lake and the Kawartha  Lakes are the jewels in Victoria County's crown, and are a haven for  many Ontarians seeking a getaway, fine summer theater, or antiques.      
Jacksons Point [B1]      
On the south shore of Lake Simcoe, Jacksons Point is home to  The Briars Inn, a venerable Ontario heritage property. The 160-year-old  Regency manor house has been expanded with adjoining wings, a tower, and  lakeside cottages. Its Scottish-woodland style 5,761 m2 Briars Golf  Club is considered one of the finest in Ontario. Next door, the Red Barn  Theatre is Ontario's oldest professional summer theater, a great place  to catch lighthearted fare in air-conditioned comfort on a summer's eve.  GBGeorgina Village Museum has a collection of 19th-century buildings  including a general store, school house, log cabins and barns, and a  railway station.            
Lindsay [A6] Gateway to the beautiful Kawartha Lakes region,  Lindsay has Victorian architecture on one of the widest main streets in  Canada and features a promenade alongside the locks on the Scugog River.  Antiquing is the pastime of choice in Lindsay, with many antique shops  in the area. Skylark VIII offers a variety of scenic and dinner cruises  along the Scugog River and into Sturgeon Lake. ┬«The South Corridor of  the 30 km Victoria Rail Trail originates in the town of Lindsay and  follows the former CP Rail Line south to Bethany. The trail progresses  through farmlands into the natural areas of the Fleetwood Creek valley  bordered by the ski hills of the Bethany area and is open year-round.      
Newmarket [E1] boasts an historic downtown with live community  theater in the Old Town Hall. The Elman W. Campbell Museum houses  artifacts relating to Newmarket's history from 1857, when as its name  suggests, it was a new market for settlers, fur traders, and Natives. SB  The dramatic three-story Sharon Temple in nearby Sharon was completed  in 1831 by the Children of Peace, a pioneer religious sect formed by an  ex-Quaker, David Wilson. The symbolic structure is a national historic  site and its grounds include a dozen buildings with displays.      
Port Perry [D4]      
Specialty shops and boutiques housed in fine examples of  Victorian architecture line Port Perry's pretty main street. Lake Scugog  draws swimmers and picnickers to waterfront parks and is popular with  fishermen. The Scugog Shores Historical Museum has re-created 11 pioneer  buildings including a print shop, a harness shop, and an 1850s  woodworking shop. Northwood Buffalo and Exotic Animal Ranch is a  walk-through park with buffalo, tigers, jaguars, leopards, lynx, bears,  monkeys, and deer.      
Uxbridge [D3] Uxbridge is a prosperous farming center with a  significant Quaker heritage. Quaker Hill School, built in 1924, is now  the Uxbridge-Scott Museum, with a permanent Quaker display and  facilities for local history and family-tree research. Other buildings  at the museum site include a church, a house with a herb garden,  implement and carriage sheds, sawmill, a print shop, and township hall.  The York-Durham Heritage Railway pulls 1920s and 1950s coaches through  the picturesque moraine landscape of rolling hills, woods, and fields  between Stouffville and Uxbridge.      
ATTRACTIONS      
BEAVERTON      
Beaver River Museum      
St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church (1840-53)      
CANNINGTON      
Cannington Historical Museum      
JACKSONS POINT      
The Briars Inn Red Barn Theatre Georgina Village Museum Sibbald Provincial Park      
LINDSAY      
Skylark Cruises Victoria Rail Trail antique shops           
NEWMARKET      
Elman W. Campbell Museum Sharon Temple      
PORT PERRY      
Scugog Shores Historical Museum Northwood Buffalo and Exotic Animal Ranch Ocala Orchards Farm      
UXBRIDGE      
Quaker Hill School Thomas Foster Memorial Temple (1935-36) York-Durham Heritage Railway Pleasure Valley Recreation Park
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