Morrisburg - Waterfront Trail
South Dundas is a rural township dotted with small communities that are rich in history. While traveling from Iroquois to Mariatown and Morrisburg, you’ll pass rolling countryside and some great views of the St Lawrence River on Lakeshore Drive (County Rd. 4). At Chrysler Park Marina, the Trail leaves County Rd. 2 and follows a winding road that takes you to Upper Canada Village, a living museum that preserves the traditional way of life of pioneers of the 1860s.
The Waterfront Trail from Iroquois east to the Quebec border follows the St. Lawrence Recreation Path. Paved shoulder on County Rd 2 from Iroquois to County Rd 4/Lakeshore Dr Great views of St. Lawrence on Lakeshore Drive (C.R.4), caution required on some sections which lack paved shoulder County Rd 2 east of Morrisburg has designated paved shoulders Trail east of Upper Canada Village is hard packed stone Parking: at the end of Ottawa St. and Lakeshore Dr., Morrisburg - also in Upper Canada Village.
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