Places to stay in Chesley, Ontario
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Chesley is a community in Bruce County, Ontario, located within the municipality of Arran-Elderslie and situated north of both Walkerton on Bruce Road 19 and Hanover on County Road 10. Its town slogan is "The Nicest Town Around." Places to eat in the region include New Orleans Pizza, Mocha Cafe, Babins Cookhouse, and Biermans Bar & Grill.
Wondering where to stay? Lodging options in the community are mainly limited to Bed and Breakfast type accommodations, though there are a few nearby campgrounds and RV parks. If you are travelling in the area, Chesley is located close to Muskrat Creek, Douglas Hill, Dunkeld, Kimberley Rock and MacCuaig Lake.
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- Longitude: -81°5'48.161
- Latitude: 44°18'9.9277
Things to see and do
Hanover Regional Aquatic Centre
Located at 269 7th Avenue. Lap swim, water jogging, aqua aerobics, senior swim, lifeguard instruction, swim lessons.
Story Book Park
Located at Rr 6 Stn Main. Come and experience all of the story book adventures while enjoying all of your favourite park attractions and amusements. A day of fun for your whole family.
South Port Golf Course
Located at 5374 Bruce Road. Established in 1965, the South Port Golf Course is a scenic 9-hole layout that sprawls over 100 acres, minutes away from the beaches of Port Elgin and Southampton. Water hazards and neighbouring wetland areas are commonplace and come into play on five different occasions.
Billy Bishop Home and Museum - A National Historic Site
Located at 948 3rd Avenue West. A National Historic Site, the boyhood home of Billy Bishop has permanent exhibits on his life and career, focusing on the military accomplishments of Bishop and other Canadian Aviators. Artifacts include uniforms, medals, photos, models and more. Step back into the late 19th and early 20th century as you view original Victorian furnishings, antiques and personal possessions of Billy Bishop and the his family. Visit “The Hanger” Gift Shop which is onsite and open during museum hours. Featured Exhibits: Wings over the World: Canada Contributes to WWII 'Soaring Aspirations’ The Life and Career of Billy Bishop ‘If These Walls Could Talk’ The Fascinating Untold Stories of the Bishop Home
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