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50th Anniversary Celebration Ride 26km (D), 43km(C), 52km (B)

When:
Saturday, May 21, 2022, 10:00 AM until 3:00 PM
Where:
Napanee Conservation Park
10 Pearl St, Napanee, ON K7R 4C2
10 Pearl St
Napanee, ON  K7R 4C2

Canada
Additional Info:
Ride Leader(s):
Mary-Anne Deanike
 
MaryJane Philp
Category:
50th Anniversary
Registration is required
Payment In Full In Advance Only
No Fee
No Fee
No Fee
No Fee

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Start Time: 10 am 
Meet at the Napanee Conservation Park (across from Riverside Restaurant)


Napanee Conservation Park is a pleasant, well-treed waterfront park with docking facilities, hydro hookup for boaters, public washrooms, picnic shelter, a large pavilion that is available for rentals and parking.

Pick your route based on how long it will take you to do the ride - plan to be back between 12noon and 12:30, in time for the picnic .  PLEASE DOWNLOAD THE MAP YOU WILL BE USING  TO YOUR PHONE (OR OTHER DEVICE) OR PRINT A COPY TO BRING WITH YOU.

Route Map  26km

Route Map 43km

Route Map 52km

Most of this route is along the shore of Hay Bay and the Bay of Quinte. This loop takes you past farmland, cottages and beautiful lilac surroundings. It’s the breathtaking blend of rural settings that overlook the beautiful waterways that make this route so memorable.

Picnic Lunch - 12 noon - 3pm
Napanee’s Conservation Park


Bring your own lunch  - non-riding partners are welcome to join us


50th Anniversary Cake and nonalcoholic drinks will be provided   


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Option to Hike After Lunch
Hike “Springside Park Trail & Falls”

Napanee Interest Notes:
• The Napanee River is one of only two places in the world that experiences “seiche” tidal changes of anywhere from 6-16 inches due to winds that blow southwest along Lake Ontario.

• Note:  Home of Gibbard Furniture