Fenelon Falls Beach Park

By 1980, when Ray Carpenter took this picture, the Fenelon Falls beach and adjacent park had long been home to recreational activities such as canoeing, sailing, and swimming. The site had once been a sawmill, and was popularly called "Sawdust Bottom" for all the mill waste that still swirled in the water.

Bond Street , Fenelon Falls

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Fenelon Falls Swing Bridge

The swing bridge over the Fenelon Falls locks opens to accommodate a sailboat heading east, circa 1950. Partially visible in the distance is Lyon's garage, previously home to the Sandford Carriage Works.

Circa 1950

Lindsay Street , Fenelon Falls

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Sturgeon Point

Summer vacationers explore Sturgeon Point by bicycle, foot, and sailboat in this hand-tinted view from the first years of the twentieth century.

Sturgeon Point

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Gull River

Gull River

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Sailing on Gull River

Circa 1900

Gull River

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Hopkin’s Boathouse, Sturgeon Point

Lake Avenue , Sturgeon Point

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Camp Kagawong

Kagawong Road , Balsam Lake

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Camp Kagawong

Half a dozen sailboats race across the waters of Balsam Lake, not far from Camp Kagawong, in this view captured around 1929.

Kagawong Road , Balsam Lake

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Bewdley

Bewdley

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