Bonnechere Provincial Park – July 2022 – Part 4

While we were camping at Bonnechere Provincial Park, we did some day trips out of the Park. The covered bridge (above photo) was one of the sites we saw. I completely forget where it was though. I keep a daily travel diary, so I say, but failed this day lol.

We also went into Eganville a couple of times. We had lunch one day on the roof top restaurant at Rio’s Bar and Grill. Great spot and the food was good. We had a view of the river and surrounding area.

There was another restaurant we went to one day and it was really good too. It was called Granary. It is a German restaurant and we really enjoyed it. We sat outside on the patio to have our dinner.

The town of Killaloe is not too far away either and we stopped there to get a Beaver Tail. This is actually the origin of where Beaver Tails came from, starting here in 1978, but surprise! The place was closed even though it was a Friday afternoon in July. So we were kinda disappointed. If you don’t know what a Beaver Tail, it’s a great Canadian treat, we really like them. They are a pastry in the shape of a beaver tail and deep fried. Then you can get different toppings to put on them. We always go with the original which is cinnamon and sugar.

They did have a cute sign with holes to stick your head through, I can’t resist these things so I’m in one and I put Trum in the other!

Bonnechere Provincial Park and area are worth the trip. We enjoyed camping there and may go back one day, if we have time!

See you soon….

10 thoughts on “Bonnechere Provincial Park – July 2022 – Part 4”

  1. All these day trips were nice Susan – very picturesque with the water and I like the covered bridge. Killaloe looks like a fun little town to visit – you and Trum look cute in that sign. I should have stayed in Canada and protested about moving here at age 10 … I have never had Beaver Tails nor Poutine. What kind of Canadian am I?

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      1. Ha ha – I look at Poutine and like you I wonder why people want to destroy crispy fries to make a soggy mess. I don’t get it at all. I tell people about Peameal bacon and they look at me like I’m crazy and insist Canadian bacon is what is sold here (just thinly sliced ham … no, that is not the same). When we visited my grandmother after moving here in 1966, we would bring home Peameal bacon and kaiser rolls. I would not miss the cold and snow were it to disappear down the road, that’s for sure.

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