We spent the night in Gannanoque travelling between Toronto and Montreal.
The park has some pretty abstract and bizarre sculptures, as you'd expect and there are plaques explaining the artistic thinking behind them. The river backdrop is attractive - and the garden is at the bottom of the town's interesting high street.
I also liked the information board on the early tourist centre listing the biggest fish to be caught in the river every year. However it takes five minutes to walk through the park - so it's not really worth a detour.
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