Doon Heritage Crossroads Trail
For those in search of history and an informative experience, the Doon Heritage Crossroads Trail is Kitchener’s answer.
Over its 59 acres there are twenty historical buildings with staff in period costumes attempting to re-create the setting of early 20th century Ontario.
Seibert House and Sararas Farm House contribute to the environment by offering shortbread cookies and hot apple cider to visitors.
In this regard it is reminiscent of Upper Canada Village and extremely enjoyable for children. The trail is also completely wheelchair accessible.
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Hiking & Walking
Gravel, Soil - Compacted
Admission fee, Parking, Potable drinking water, Picnic areas, Washrooms, Designated rest areas, Camping, Lighting
Historical site, Partial wheelchair access
Grand River Country
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