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Route 3 - Lyndhurst to Delta

Gananoque Route 3 Photo
Trail information: 


Click "Download Map (PDF)" link to the right to download/print guide & map of the paddle route.


If carrying on by boat from Lyndhurst Lake to the upper Lyndhurst Creek, and beyond, the portage is a 500 metre portage across town. The route is marked on the map inset.

The access point on the north side of the village is at a public park on the north side ofthe bridge and main road, on the east side of the creek. The dock is down a grassy slope at a picnic area.

Trip Length / Distance: 

The first half of this section is up the sheltered and tranquil Lyndhurst Creek, and the second half is on the open waters of Lower Beverley Lake.

Points of Interest: 

The Delta Mill, a central feature of the town of Delta. This grist mill was constructed in 1810 by William Jones, Today it is designated as a National Historic Site and operates as a museum for public visitors.

The village of Lyndhurst is a good place to find provisions, lunch, treats or perhaps accommodation. Blair Cottage B&B on Jonas Street, parallel to Ford Street, would cater to paddlers.

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