Places to stay in Ameliasburgh, Ontario
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Ameliasburg is a small community in Prince Edward County, Ontario. The poet Al Purdy lived in a cottage on Roblin Lake, adjacent to Ameliasburg, for many years. Several of Purdy's poems, most famously including "Wilderness Gothic", mention features in and around Ameliasburg. The church whose spire "Wilderness Gothic" has being "sheathed in new metal" is now part of the Ameliasburg Museum. Local dining options include County Junction Family Diner, Emm's Restaurant, Goodys Pizzeria Bayside, and Pizza Hut.
Wondering where to stay? Lodging options in the community are mainly limited to Bed and Breakfast type accommodations. If you are travelling in the area, Ameliasburgh is located close to Carley Point, Ebenezer, Jobs Island, Petticoat Bar and Allisonville Conservation Area.
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The Ameliasburg library, which has a collection of Purdy memorabilia on display, is named after Purdy, as is the road leading from the town to the Roblin millpond. The Roblin Mill has been relocated to Black Creek Pioneer Village in Toronto.
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- Longitude: -77°26'14.838
- Latitude: 44°3'30.340
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