Located on the pristine shores of Lake Huron, in the bustling town of Port Elgin, Executive
Chef Kean Sagloski and his team at Ristorante Rosina are known for their fresh handmade
pasta, dry aged beef and of course their incredible signature duck wings.
While more seasoned thrill seekers might search out fast flowing white water to the north, closer to home we have some fantastic, gentle flowing rivers perfect for day tripping. The three most popular routes are the Nottawasaga, Beaver and Saugeen Rivers.
In the late 1870’s William Hogg built a sawmill along the picturesque Boyne River north of Flesherton. Today the Bruce Trail connects Hogg’s Falls and Eugenia Falls and provides stunning views along this challenging seven-kilometre hike.
The Nottawasaga Bluffs Conservation Area is a 400-acre jewel on the Escarpment. The unique geology has created a veritable land before time, as deep crevasses cut their way through the hardwood and coniferous forest.
Northern Ontario is often referred to as “God’s Country”. If that’s true then Killarney must be her capital or at the very least the front entrance. After all, they say Killarney is the gateway to the North Channel.