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Tuesday Evenings on Sixteen Mile


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The Sixteen Mile Creek is an undiscovered gem abound with beavers, mink, and swans, tucked behind the houses along Trafalgar. Entirely accessible to the public, the Sixteen Mile is home to its own lively community of canoeists, kayakers, and dragonboaters, all enjoying a piece of Oakville's natural beauty.
Date of Publication:
28 Jul 2015
Geographic Coverage:
  • Ontario, Canada
    fltLatitude: 43.43341
    Latitude: 43.43341 Longitude: -79.66631
Donor:
Rukshan de Silva
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Oakville ON L6J 2Z4

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Tuesday Evenings on Sixteen Mile
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Tuesday Evenings on Sixteen Mile


The Sixteen Mile Creek is an undiscovered gem abound with beavers, mink, and swans, tucked behind the houses along Trafalgar. Entirely accessible to the public, the Sixteen Mile is home to its own lively community of canoeists, kayakers, and dragonboaters, all enjoying a piece of Oakville's natural beauty.