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Old 03-23-2011, 10:45 AM   #1
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Sault Ste Marie to Otawa

We plan to travel along the Trans-Canada Highway (17) between Sault St. Marie and Montreal and would appreciate some suggestions on places to stop overnight or stay a couple of nights, depending on the local attractions. I've used this and other sites on the Internet to investigate potential places and have found very little or conflicting reports on RV camps between Sault Ste Marie and Ottawa. We will be in our 2005 National Dolphin with a tow so we can easily dry camp but would like suggestions as to where that would be worthwhile.

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As you go east you'll go through Sudbury Ontario which is the home of "Science North" an excellent stop. Very informative about the nature of science. Further to the East is the Algonquin Provincial Park, beautiful nature is it's truest form. beyond that gets too urban for me (Toronto, Ottawa, etc.)

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I have stayed at the KOA in Sault St Marie ( OK), the former KOA at Spraggue, now Serpent River (it is fine). Have also used the Municipal Campground in Ottawa. (Good and easy access to 417 and downtown Ottawa).
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