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Interesting, odd, quirky and fun, Canada is full of roadside attractions you need to see to believe. Our list of Canadian roadside attractions includes some awesome gotta see sights perfect for quirky Canadian road trips.
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Dehydrated camping meals are a popular camping staple whether you’re hitting the backwoods or enjoying a campground. But did you know you can make your own? Ditch the bag and learn how to make your own homemade dehydrated camping meals.
GPS ALERT: SOME GPS MACHINES WILL DIRECT YOU DOWN DIRT ROADS IN THE AREA, AS IT IS A SHORTER DISTANCE. DO NOT FOLLOW THOSE DIRECTIONS! PLEASE FOLLOW THE DIRECTIONS LISTED BELOW. THEY COVER ALL ROUTES TO CENTERVILLE ROAD.
FROM I-86: Take Exit 30 to State Route 19, heading North. Turn left onto route 243 in the town of Caneadea. Turn right onto Allegany County Road 23 (also know as Hume Road). Take 23 to Centerville Road. Turn right onto Centerville Road. About two miles turn left into Kampground.
FROM STATE RT. 19 in Houghton: Enter at Houghton College. Follow the road through the college. The college road ends at Centerville Road. Swing left onto Centerville Road for 1.3 miles. Turn right into Kampground.
FROM STATE RT. 19 IN HUME: Turn right onto Allegany County Road 23. Take 23 to Centerville Road. Turn left onto Centerville Road. About 2 miles turn left into Kampground.
FROM ROUTE 98: Follow 98S. Just before Rushford Route 98 turns into Route 243. Stay on 243 and then make a left onto County Route 23. County Route 23 is just past Rushford Plaza. Take Route 23 to Centerville Road. Turn right onto Centerville Road. About 2 miles turn left into Kampground.Get Google Directions