Places to stay in Paisley, Ontario
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Paisley is a village in the Municipality of Arran-Elderslie in Bruce County, Ontario. Paisley is defined by its position at the confluence of the Saugeen River and the Teeswater River, and at the junction of Bruce Roads 1, 11, and 3. Places to eat in the region include Marty's Bar & Grill, Aunt Mabels Country Kitchen & Motel, Mocha Cafe, and Biermans Bar & Grill.
Wondering where to stay? Lodging options in the region are mainly limited to Bed and Breakfast type accommodations. If you are travelling in the area, Paisley is located close to Hines Lake, Formosa Creek, Boiler Beach, Hamilton Creek and Louise Creek.
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- Longitude: -81°16'22.722
- Latitude: 44°18'22.394
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.
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.
Port Elgin Centennial Pool
Located at 780 Gustavus Street SS 4. If you enjoy swimming, check out the Centennial Pool (located at the east end of the High School, Saugeen District Secondary School, on Gustavus Street in Port Elgin). Centennial Pool serves as the location for many of the aquatic activities in Saugeen Shores. This year round, indoor, 6 lane municipal facility offers public swimming, lessons, aquatics, swim team and pre-teen swim parties. To learn more about what is being currently offered at the Pool, click the following link to go to the Town of Saugeen Shores aquatic web pages http://www.saugeenshores.ca/municipal/recreation.php?PageID=178. Alternately, for more information about the pool or their various offerings please contact: Centennial Pool at 519-832-2627. Perhaps you would prefer to have a swim in Lake Huron. The beaches in Southampton, Port Elgin and Saugeen Township offer wonderful swimming opportunities. If you enjoy a busy beach head to the Port Elgin beach, for something a little quieter try the Southampton beach or for seclusion go to Eidt's Grove or Gobles Grove beaches. What are you waiting for? Grab your swimsuit and hit the water!
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