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Directions to BIG OAKS COTTAGES. 110-45th Str. North, Wasaga Beach, 705 429 6475.
Take the Dixon road/Airport Road exit # 354 from the 401. Go north past the Airport and just keep going North. Should take about 1hr and 20-30 min. from this point.
NOTE: Depending where you come
from, there is a DIXIE ROAD too. Do
not be confused.
There are lights at Bovaird, the
next lights are at Mayfield Rd. At the left hand side is an Esso station and a
Coffee Time Restaurant. At this point you are in the country.
Go straight through here. From this point it is about 86 km. (53.4 miles) to our place. After driving 10 km (6.2 miles) you are in Mono Road. Next place is Caledon East (2 km/ 1.2 mi). Another 11-12 km (6-7 mi) and you are at Mono Mills and Hwy 9.On the north-west corner is a Sunoco gas station.
Once you are North of Hwy 9, watch your speed carefully.
There are a few sharp curves in the road that should be taken with care. This
road is not very suitable for winter driving when there is snow or ice.
After driving 21 km (13.1 mi) you are at Hwy 89. Here too you will
find a Esso Station and a Coffee Time restaurant. On the opposite site there is
a Bavarian restaurant. Watch that you do not turn here on the way back. From
here it is about 43 km (26.7 mi) to our place.
Once you reach the lights in Stayner, turn right on Hwy. 26
(You should see a Tim Horton on the one corner and an Esso station at the other corner).
You are now on Hwy 26 east, going towards Barrie. Go
slightly more than 2 km. (1.2 mi) east.
After a while you will see a SHELL station on the left hand side of the road and Simcoe Road 7/Wasaga Beach. Turn left here and go north for 4 km.(2.5 mi). Soon you will enter Wasaga Beach.
You will see signs posted that say: Wasaga Beach and 50 Km/h. Keep going for another 2 km. (1.2 mi).
Go straight through the lights, at Mosley, on the right hand is an Esso station, on the left a restaurant.
Go 6 houses up, and on the left-hand, you will see our
place, there is a BIG OAKS COTTAGES sign.
(You should see the lake too by now).