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Elora Gorge Conservation Area

Towering limestone cliffs and a scenic waterfall, with a century-old grist mill perched precariously on the brink, all the hallmarks of the famous Elora Gorge. Located about one hour west of Toronto, and just north of Guelph, Elora Gorge Conservation Area has been providing fantastic camping, hiking and outdoor recreation opportunities for more than 50 years. The Conservation Area is one of 12 operated by the Grand River Conservation Authority. Its most unique attribute is definitely the natural tubing run down the river, through challenging swifts and rapids, and ending in a leisurely "lazy river ride" to the take-out point. Miles of scenic hiking trails, natural lake swimming and more than 450 serviced and unserviced campsites await your family at Elora Gorge.  
Phone: (519) 846-9742
Campsites: 1-866-ONT-CAMP
Website: http://www.grandriver.ca/index/document.cfm?Sec=27&Sub1=124

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