2009 Aerolite Cub - Hybrid
2009 Aerolite Cub - Hybrid
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Timmins, Ontario has been dubbed the City with a Heart of Gold and is an excellent place for nature lovers to visit. A sizable city with small-town charm, Timmins offers an array of opportunities to get outdoors. No matter what you and your group like to do, whether it's fishing, boating, skiing, or snowmobiling, you'll find the perfect place to enjoy it in Timmins. History buffs and budding scientists will be spoiled with a variety of opportunities to learn more about this part of the world.
Timmins is close to other exciting destinations in the Great White North. Take a drive over to Iroquois Falls and enjoy shops and restaurants while wandering through the downtown district. Or, buckle up for a day trip to Val-d’Or, Quebec. This historic city is less than four hours from Timmins. Head about three and a half hours south to Sudbury, on Ramsey Lake and spend a day on the water. Be sure to book an RV in Timmins early so you can explore the city and its surrounding area in style.
Timmins has several green spaces for visitors to enjoy, including Kettle Lakes Provincial Park. Test your physical fitness on the eight-mile (14-kilometer) biking trail network. Hikers can enjoy the natural beauty of the park as they meander their way along over four miles (eight kilometers) of hiking trails. Many visitors spend time at Slab Lake either swimming, fishing, or boating. Slab Lake is one of more than 20 lakes open to visitors. Find an RV rental in Timmins and plan to spend some time lounging by the lake at Kettle Lakes Provincial Park.
Drive your Timmins motorhome rental to Gillies Lake Conservation Area, right in the heart of the city. Visitors can walk down the Gillies Lake Promenade or explore the walking trail that wanders through the conservation area. Stretch out on the beach and soak up some sun or play a rousing game of beach volleyball. There's also a picnic area with picturesque views of Gillies Lake.
Plan a trip to Hersey Lake Conservation Area once you've found a travel trailer rental in Timmins. Hit the beach to relax and enjoy the lake. Swimming is permitted, but there are no lifeguards on duty. Pack a picnic and spend an afternoon birdwatching, hiking, or biking. There are over 27 miles (47 kilometers) of trails throughout the conservation area, including trails that lead to viewpoints overlooking Jack Pine Lake, Rainbow Lake, and Tamarack Lake.
Rent a motorhome in Timmins and spend a few nights camping at Kettle Lakes Provincial Park. Two of the park's campgrounds accommodate RVs. Several campsites have electrical hookups. Drinking water and shower and laundry facilities are conveniently located in each campground.
Big Water Campground is an ideal place for outdoor adventurers traveling around Timmins in a camper rental. Located just outside of Timmins, this campground offers more than 200 campsites equipped with electrical hookups. Each campsite also has a picnic table and a fire pit. Clean outdoor chemical toilets are placed throughout the campground, and well water is also available. Some of the sites are pull-through to accommodate larger campers. Once you've set up camp, set out to explore the campground's multi-use trails and sandy beach.
Although most sites at Cache Campground in Timmins are seasonal, a few overnight sites are available with 15- and 30-amp electric hookups. Pick up some last-minute camping essentials at the on-site convenience store. Other amenities include vault toilets and a dump station.
You can't visit Timmins without exploring all the city has to offer. The Timmins Museum: National Exhibition Centre is a must-see for history enthusiasts. Displays on local history include artwork, clothing, tools, and more. Over 20,000 archives take visitors on a journey from the Porcupine Gold Rush and the mining communities that popped up in the region to turn-of-the-century artifacts that memorialize the town’s importance within the Porcupine area.
Take a few hours to check out Science Timmins, a science village full of hands-on activities that will engage your brain. While you're there, take in the interactive reptile exhibit or learn the physics behind building a rocket. This spot is a delight for visitors of all ages. Afterward, take a tour of the city to see if you can find all the murals that tell the tale of Timmins. These beautiful paintings created by local artists make the perfect photo opportunity. To learn more about the city's mining heritage, pay a visit to the Porcupine Miner's Memorial.
Don't head back to your RV trailer rental in Timmins until you've sampled some of the fantastic restaurants available throughout the city. No matter what you're in the mood for, there will be a restaurant that caters to your cravings, whether it's American, French, Mexican, Italian, or Asian cuisine. There are also several fast food choices if you're in a hurry. Several nightclubs, taverns, pubs, and lounges are located within walking distance of the downtown district for those looking for a place to unwind after a day of sightseeing.