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Oldest architecture, a scene from the movie 'IT" was filmed in this location. Beautiful grounds, stunning property
Step back in time and experience the home of the late R.S. McLaughlin, Canadian auto baron and founder of General Motors of Canada. Inspired by early 20th century. The grounds are beautiful, hidden behind trees with a gorgeous fountain. Go on in for lunch on a beautiful day. It's quite lovely.
Old estate with beautiful gardens and a high tea is served. Nice place to spend the afternoon. History of GM Canada.
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“Extends from Adelaide Avenue to Gibb Street along the Oshawa Creek. Close to walk Dowtown and also reach another close by trail. The Oshawa Valley Botanical Garden (OVBG) is a network of parks and gardens along the Oshawa Creek from Adelaide Avenue to Gibb Street. It is linked by the natural area of the Oshawa Creek and the Joseph Kolodzie Oshawa Creek Bike Path. Visitors can explore the many features and attractions that make up the network. With stunning gardens, architectural features, serene water features and winding pathways, the scenery of the Oshawa Valley Botanical Gardens is second to none. The gardens are stunning throughout the summer, with each week revealing something new in the gardens and natural surroundings. The OVBG is a “master planned” garden that, when fully completed, will include parks, trails and 11 planned garden districts for all to enjoy. Hours: April 1 to October 31 - 6:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. November 1 to March 31 - 6 a.m. to 6 p.m.”
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“Nice Walking Trails -- 915 Grandview St. N. The park is approximately 28 hectares containing a mix of habitats including hardwood forests, coniferous plantations, open fields, meadows, and wetlands. The Harmony Creek flows through the park. The historic Lake Iroquois Shoreline runs along the north edge and is a unique geological feature. With its nature trails the Harmony Valley Park is enjoyed by walkers, hikers, runners, and nature enthusiasts. The park also contains a popular off-leash area run by volunteers of the Oshawa Durham Area Walkers Group who care for and maintain the off-leash area. The use of the park requires sensitivity in order to balance the preservation of the natural surroundings with the diverse recreational uses. There are a number of recreational nature trails throughout the park. Users are asked to stay on the designated recreational trails and respect all users. Hours: April 1 to October 31 - 6:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. November 1 to March 31 - 6:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.”
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“This wonderful park has a sandy beach where you can swim, playground equipment and great spots to picnic and barbecue!”
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