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New Recreational Geology Tourism Attraction Launches in Perth

New Recreational Geology Tourism Attraction Launches in Perth

The Ontario’s Highlands Tourism Organization (OHTO) has been busy working in conjunction with community organizations to prepare new and restored Recreational Geology tourism sites across the region. While many sites won’t reach full completion until spring 2013, some locations are already welcoming eager visitors. The OHTO recently opened the Eganville Fossil Park’s new geology trail, and on October 13th and 14th they will introduce a second attraction at the upcoming Grand Opening of the Perth Museum’s new geology display.

Read our press release for more information about this exciting launch in Perth, Ontario.


One Response to New Recreational Geology Tourism Attraction Launches in Perth

  1. Paul Bateman says:

    As a geologist & part-time professor at Algonquin College in Pembroke, I am excited at these initiatives … and would be happy to contribute to the development of a self-guiding geological tour of Renfrew County

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