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Port Elgin Digital Stop
Port Elgin, Ontario

Coulter Plaza on the main street holds the secret to where this Digital Bonus Stop is! As one of our beach communities, Port Elgin is the natural answer for anyone looking to cool off in the waters of Lake Huron and still be close to amazing restaurants, fantastic shopping and amenities. Check out these must sees!

  1. North Shore Road & Miramichi Bay Road: bike or drive this trail and follow the shoreline! About a 15-minute bike ride, or a 10-minute drive, the road takes you from North Shore Park in Port Elgin to the south side of Southampton providing you with an amazing water backdrop for the majority of the trip.
  2. Rail Trail: this rail trail will take you from the Port Elgin and Southampton area to near the Bruce Power Nuclear Plant in Tiverton or down past Mildmay. It’s the perfect trail for those who love options, explore a little or a lot … it’s your stamina, and your call!
  3. S.S. Trolley: the trolley provides a great way to travel between Port Elgin and Southampton. Hop onto the trolley at one of the designated stops and travel from the beach to downtown Port Elgin to Southampton’s beach or downtown! No more losing a parking space and having to look for another, just take the S.S. Trolley!
  4. Paddling the Saugeen: the Saugeen River runs just outside of Port Elgin through Southampton, get in at Saugeen River Access Point #13 and enjoy a short 2-hour paddle to County Road 3 just south of Southampton, or get in at Saugeen River Access Point 14 for a more challenging 4-hour paddle including a portage around Denny’s Dam. Combine the two for an all day paddle between Port Elgin and Southampton.

Be sure to stop in to eat at one of the fabulous restaurants or step into the shops lining the streets and make Port Elgin an unforgettable memory!

Please note: Port Elgin Digital Bonus Stop will be installed after June 15th, due to construction.

 
Location
583 Green Street
Port Elgin, Ontario, N0H 0A0

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