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Rest stop between Parry Sound and French River

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Rest stop between Parry Sound and French River

We'll be travelling on 400/69 through to Fairbank Prov. Park this summer. Looking for a place to stop to eat our lunch - not too far off of the highway, and somewhere we could have a quick swim to cool off. Here are spots that I've found on the map:

1. Mill Lake, Parry Sound

2. Lagoon Road in/near Woods

3. Ba Sa Gim Rd. N. in/near Shawanaga

Any opinions on these spots, or other suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

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11. Re: Rest stop between Parry Sound and French River

thanks, fan.voy. a swim might not even be needed - who knows what this crazy weather will be in july (snow?). ya, you do require a day use fee at prov. parks, around $10. when we leave fairbank, it's on to algonquin for our 1st stay there. the beach in parry sound might do - 5-10 min.'s isn't too long, i guess. ps - been to killbear a few times - one of our fav. places to stay.

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