Places to stay in Codrington, Ontario
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Brighton is a town in Northumberland County, Ontario, approximately 150 kilometres east of Toronto and 100 km west of Kingston. It is intersected by both Highway 401 and the former Highway 2. It is on the West end of the Bay of Quinte on the entrance of the Murray Canal. Places to eat in the region include 100 Mile Diner Pizzeria, Jeannine Backtalk Cafe, Rubbs Barbeque Bistro, and A&w.
Wondering where to stay? Lodging options in the town are mainly limited to Bed and Breakfast type accommodations. If you are travelling in the area, Codrington is located close to Armour Hill, Spencer Point, Hennessy Point, Codrington and Scotch Bonnet Island National Wildlife Area.
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- Longitude: -77°48'4.8240
- Latitude: 44°9'45.777
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Campbellford & District Curling & Racquet Club Inc
Located at Front North. The Campbellford & District Curling & Racquet Club is a non-profit charitable organization that provides facilities for curling, squash, and fitness for approximately 350 members. Exit 509 on the 401 and drive 30 km. north on Hwy 30 to Campbellford. Turn right onto Bridge Street at the first set of lights. Drive over the bridge and turn left at the first set of lights onto Front Street North. Continue just past the arena.
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