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Interesting Historic Site

Went with the grandkids to help them understand about our native history in Canada. Excellent site... read more

Reviewed 7 September 2017
Not much to see, but still worth seeing

There are not too many old native artifacts in Ontario (I just can think of pictographs in Bon Echo... read more

Reviewed 11 July 2017
Toronto, Canada
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7 Sep 2017
“Interesting Historic Site”
10 Jul 2017
“Not much to see, but still worth seeing”
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7930 Iona Road, Saint Thomas, Ontario, Canada
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Reviewed 7 September 2017

Went with the grandkids to help them understand about our native history in Canada. Excellent site, nice scenery and very interesting reading the placards throughout our walk.

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Reviewed 11 July 2017

There are not too many old native artifacts in Ontario (I just can think of pictographs in Bon Echo Provincial Park and petroglyphs near Peterborough), so this one is certainly worth visiting, despite the fact that there is not much to see. However, thanks to...More

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Reviewed 10 July 2017

This is a unique opportunity to view a Neutral Aboriginal site. There is a self-read guide. This is a beautiful spot. I have sometimes seen artists painting there. Important to note, this spot is rather remote, a bit of a walk in from the road...More

1  Thank Hazel P
Reviewed 26 May 2017

You can hardly see anything, just double oval ring of raised earthworks, where a native village used to be located. Just use your imagination—and the informative plaques—to visualize how the village must have looked like approximately 500 years ago.

Thank Pike53
Reviewed 20 February 2016

This very peaceful site is all that remains of an early Iroquois village. Found on the site are the earthwork mounds from the village. Although there are no remains to view here you can almost feel the presence of the native people who lived here.

1  Thank Dan D
Reviewed 25 August 2014

We ended up here after I bought a Parks Canada Discovery Pass while in Alberta Decided to check out some of the other Historic sites we could visit and this was one of them. Only this one was free, and didn't require my pass. There...More

1  Thank gandalf2520002
Reviewed 5 August 2013

This is an earth formation from many years ago. The signage at the site thoroughly explains how each section was used. This a great learning experience for both young and old. When reading the signs it takes you back in time to when this was...More

1  Thank swoozy64
Reviewed 4 August 2013

This is a national historic site with nothing to see. It is out in the middle of nowhere. It is the site of an old first nations settlement. There is a plaque that explains it. You take a long walk back. there is a picnic...More

2  Thank John A
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