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Thornbury is a picturesque village that offers a Riverwalk trail that connects the harbour, the Dam, and Thornbury to Clarksburg.  The easy terrain trail meanders through some of the most beautiful locations in the area following the Beaver River from the Mill Dam to the Clendennan Dam.   Stop at the Mill Dam in spring or fall to see the fish jumping up the fish ladder to spawn. Little River Beach is a pebbled, Blue Flag designated beach, and a popular swimming destination.  Washrooms, shady trees, ample parking, and a playground make this a great location for families.  Old fashioned shops and historic restaurants are calling your name!

Clarksburg is located just south of Thornbury, and is home to striking Victorian houses.  This bustling village has many interesting places to shop and dine in, and also has many art studios and galleries.  Located near the Clendenan Dam, nature surrounds this lovely village.

The Hamlets of Ravenna, Heathcote, Redwing, Duncan, and Kolapore are surrounded by apple blossoms in spring, canola fields in summer, and year-round stunning views of the Blue Mountains and Beaver valley.  Each place offers its own unique local samplings such as locally grown apple pie, gourmet baking, and fresh ingredient filled lunches!  The Kolapore Uplands features walking/hiking, cross-country skiing, cycling, and snowshoeing trails that wind throughout the countryside. 

Craigleith is built upon fractured plates of slate that hold 455 million year old fossils called Trilobites.  If outdoor recreation is of interest to you, the private Craigleith Ski Club is located here and they offer skiing, snowboarding, and snowshoe trails, and a tennis club during the summer months.