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Old 04-13-2003, 08:13 AM   #21
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Our club field has enough room for some RV parking, usually get a few of the guys staying overnight. There is NO water or electricity, however. Engleheart is only 5 minutes away and they have a grocery store and quite a few restaurants and 3 gas stations.

Directions: easiest way to get to the club field, if you are coming from the south (lets start at Toronto) you will head North on the 400. Then get on highway 11 north (the 400 takes you west, into parry sound country I believe) and that will take you to North Bay. In North bay you will just keep heading north on 11, and then its only 2 hours more. One more hour, Temagami, then Latchford and finally New Liskeard. After leaving New Liskeard you are allmost there! You will again be headed on 11 North, and about 10 minutes out of NL you will pass over a large overpass (train tracks underneath), then you will pass by the Earlton Camping center (watch for a ton of RV's and Campers and a HUGE buffalo statue). Keep going.... allmost there! Now watch for two things, right before you get to the turn off road, there is an antique shop on the left hand side of the highway and a church on the right, and its immediately before a passing lane. Turn right off the highway and then follow the road to "tomstown". Over a set of train tracks and its only a few minutes down the road. Our field is right on that road, you can not miss it!

Also, we allways have signs on the main highway where to turn also.

I can post a map later on if needed....
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