Dorset Travel Guide

  • Dorset
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  • View on Main Street
    View on Main Street
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  • Ice cream by the water
    Ice cream by the water
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Dorset Restaurants

  • Best Place in town

    The Fiery Grill is an amazing restuarant located by the bridge in dorset. They serve anything from pizza to full class steak ribs, southern food etc. The patio is right by the water and is a good place to spend the afternoon. For anyone interested in dropping by their open Wendesday 11-8pm, Thursday 11-8pm, Friday 11-9pm, Saturday 11-9pm and...

  • Great for the locals, and tourists

    Zachary's is well known to the locals as a good place for coffee and a muffin, or a tea biscuit, or a cooked breakfast. They serve lunch and dinner/supper too, but I've only had the experience of the breakfast. I was there with friends who have been regulars, and it was fun to be where the owner and staff are friendly, and fun to chat with. To go...

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Dorset Transportation

  • How to get to Dorset from Toronto

    It is about 2 1/2 hours travel time to get to Dorset and 250 kilometers. Dorset is just south of Algonquin Park (about 30 minutes drive).Directions :* Take Highway 400 north towards Barrie* Take Take provincial Route 11 North toward Orillia/North Bay* Take the District Route(provincial route) -117, Cedar Lane exit- exit number 193- toward Baysville

  • Roadmap

    A website that I like very much is this online roadmap : this next link I already choose the map with the area of Dorset for you (coordinates N27 on the map). this website you can click on a part of the map of...

  • Don't Forget Insurance

    If your current health insurance doesn't cover you while your abroad, you should consider getting international travel insurance just in case something should go wrong.

Dorset Shopping

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    Stares Clothing: Great Variety and Prices

    by CdnJane Written Aug 27, 2006

    Out in the middle of "cottage country", there is a remarkable store with excellent prices, and sizes for all. My mother's friends have shopped there for years, and I finally encountered it on Sat. The owner, June, and her daughter, Jane, were really excellent in finding clothes that I was really happy with, and very comfortable wearing. And, we were there when some of the stock was 50% off! Can't beat that. Good quality and prices to match.

    What to buy: I got some casual wear, but also a couple of outfits for work, or dressier social events.

    What to pay: Prices were about what I've paid for lesser quality in Toronto - not cheap, but excellent priced.

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Dorset Favorites

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  • View from the observation tower

    Okay, one more picture of the view, and than I'll climb down again. Hahaha, I am not sure what was more scary, going up, or going down. The view from up here is fantastic, but it was also a great feeling to stand with my two feet on the ground again :-)

  • The village of Dorset

    Dorset itself is a little village in cottage country. The village itself is not spectacular, but as you could see the surroundings are. It's a perfect spot to fill up your tank and do some shopping. Hahaha, but not here though, because I think this gas station is out of order ;-)Although there isn't much to do in Dorset, it doesn't hurt to walk...

  • Another view from the observation tower

    Another picture from the watch tower in Dorset. It's so amazing that I forgot my fear of heights and just enjoyed looking around.fee schedule :All Vehicles $2.00 per car $10.00 Seasonal PassBuses $20.00 Hours of Operation :May 15 to June 16 : 9 am to 6 pmJune 17 to September 3 : 9 am to 8 pmSeptember 4 to October 31 : 9 am to 7 pm


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