Places to stay in Ruthven, Ontario
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Ruthven, Ontario is a hamlet of roughly 400 residents in the township of Kingsville, Ontario. It is located at the intersection of Essex County Roads 34 and 45, but recent developments have extended the community to Highway 3 and down southwards along CR 45 to meet with the community of Seacliff, Ontario. Ruthven is currently extending east down to "the creek" and behind the library, with a new subdivision being built. Places to eat in the region include Sake Sushi, Moe's Coffee Shop, Joey's Only Seafood Restaurant, and Pizza Hut.
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, Ruthven is located close to Detroit River, Mitchell's Bay, North Ridge, Malden Centre and Brighton Beach.
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- Longitude: -82°40'18.951
- Latitude: 42°3'13.226
Things to see and do
Rochester Place RV Golf & Marine Resort
Located at 981 County Road 2 Belle River. There’s something for everyone at Rochester Place. Whether you’re looking for a high quality golf course, a unique dining experience or family fun, Rochester Place is Southern Ontario’s premier destination for recreation. Explore our Amenities.
Canadian Transportation Museum & Historic Village
Located at 6155 Arner Townline County Road 23. The Canadian Transportation Museum is a state-of-the-art 25,000 sq. ft facility. It houses various modes of transportation, from the mid 1800s up to the 1992 Dodge Viper. The museum includes horse and oxen drawn carts, a 1904 Mitchell horse drawn hearse, fire trucks, Ford Model Ts and As, hot rods, Corvettes, T-Birds and more. The Heritage Village features over a dozen buildings of local significance. All buildings have been relocated to the village and display artifacts from a bygone era: a one room schoolhouse, general store, barbershop, train station and numerous log homes to name a few.
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