Places to stay in Exeter, Ontario
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Exeter is a community in the municipality of South Huron, Ontario and is located approximately 50 kilometres north of London. It is located in the southern portion of Huron County, Ontario. The community bills itself as "Home of the White Squirrel", due to the presence of the unusually coloured mammals. Naturally, Exeter's mascot, "Willis The White Wonder" can be seen at many community events year round including Canada Day Celebrations, Exeter Rodeo, and the Santa Claus Parade. Places to eat in the region include Golden City Restaurant, Tasty Bites Restaurant, Eddingtons Of Exeter, and The Ridge.
Wondering where to stay? Visitors have access to a number of hotels in the community. If you are travelling in the area, Exeter is located close to Flannigan Corners, Coldstream Conservation Area, Prospect Hill, Lumley and Gads Hill.
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- Longitude: -81°28'47.737
- Latitude: 43°20'44.703
Things to see and do
Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame & Museum
Located at 386 Church St. S., Box 1838. We are a 32 acre park setting that includes three baseball fields, one museum and walking trails. We preserve the vast history of the game of baseball through our museum and promote the future to the children of today with our Kids on Deck summer camp.
Ausable Bayfield Conservation Authority
Located at RR3, 71108 Morrison Line. The Ausable Bayfield watershed is home to scenic Rock Glen Falls at Rock Glen Conservation Area near Arkona and the Arkona Lions Museum and Information Centre. Visit this beautiful 27-hectare park known worldwide for its Devonian era fossils. Visit the South Huron Trail in Exeter, Bannockburn Conservation Area or our other sites of interest.
CNR Original School On Wheels #15089
Located at Box 488, Victoria Terrace. The historic railway car used by the Sloman family for 40 years, as it traveled the rails in Northern Ontario, bringing education and friendship to thousands of isolated children and adults. The car is open from Victoria Day weekend through to the last weekend in September, Thursday through Sunday and holidays, 11:00am to 4:00pm. There is no admission charge. Donations go towards the maintenance and operation of the School Car.
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