Directions From Downtown Brockville:

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North on Hwy 29, past Tincap,past OPP station, past Woods Rd, to New Dublin Rd, turn right, go to very end, about 5 km, past township office,past 7thCon, pass the fire department,,then road dead ends then, turn right on Cnty Rd 28, about 4 km 1st house before railroad tracks, #8651, sign on fence entranceway. Estimated Time 15-20 min

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Directions From Ottawa

A) take 416 south, past Kemptville, past Oxford Station exit, once you go over the South Nation River, you will quickly see RD 21 exit,
exit at Spencerville turn off, when you come off the ramp you will turn left towards town 2km. Turn right at next road towards town. As you go through Spencerville, turn left on road that goes to North Augusta/Roebuck Cnty Rd 21, It is the main highway. Take this road across country, all the way to the end, Turn right, toward North Augusta. Turn left towards Brockville, this is called the North Augusta Road. A few miles out of the village you will come to a big bend. Turn right on Hwy 28 towards New Dublin, after about 4 km you will come to railroad tracks. We are the first house on the left,#8651 , sign on fence entranceway

Alternate Ottawa,

B) take 416 south, turn at Kemptville, west to Merrickville, left (South ) towards North Augusta. Turn right towards Brockville, this is called the North Augusta Road. A few miles out of the village you will come to a big bend. Turn right on Hwy 28 towards New Dublin, after about 4-6 km you will come to railroad tracks. We are the first house on the left,#8651 , sign on fence entranceway

From North Augusta Rd:
North on North Augusta Rd, turn left on New Dublin Rd (Cnty Rd 28) drive about 4 km, past rail road tracks, 1st house on the left #8651, sign on fence entranceway

Directions; From Prescott ,
401 to Maitland/Merrickville Rd , go North to North Augusta, turn left on North Augusta Rd ( heading back towards Brockville) drive a few minutes and there will be a big bend in the road, turn right on Cnty Rd 28, toward New Dublin , in a few minutes you will come to railroad tracks ( about 4 km ), we are the 1st house on the left after the tracks. sign on fence entranceway , and your here #8651 Ross on mail box.

Alternate Directions; From Prescott ,
North towards Roebuck, turn left on Ctny Rd 21 , go West to Maitland/Merrickville RD, turn Right into North Augusta, turn left on North Augusta Rd ( heading back towards Brockville) drive a few minutes and there will be a big bend in the road, turn right on Cnty Rd 28, toward New Dublin , in a few minutes you will come to railroad tracks ( about 4 km ), we are the 1st house on the left after the tracks. sign on fence entranceway , and your here #8651 Ross on mail box.

From North Augusta:
South on North Augusta Rd, toward Brockville, turn right on New Dublin Rd (Cnty Rd 28), past rail road tracks, 1st house on the left #8651, sign on fence entranceway,

From Smith Falls:
South on Hwy 29, past Forthton ( Golf Course ) ( road to Athens) , turn left on Cnty Rd 28, ( Where Brockville Speedway is ) drive past Greenbush Rd, past New Dublin ( 4km), 1st house before railroad tracks, #8651, on your right, sign on fence entranceway

From Maitland

Drive over 401 on Maitland/Merrickville Rd , go North to North Augusta, turn left on North Augusta Rd ( heading back towards Brockville) drive a few minutes and there will be a big bend in the road, turn right on Cnty Rd 28, toward New Dublin. a few minutes ( 4km) you will come to railroad tracks, we are the 1st house on the left after the tracks. sign on fence entranceway, Blue # 8651

From 401:
Exit 401 at Brockville, turn North on Hwy 29
North on Hwy 29, past Tincap,past OPP station, past Woods Rd, to New Dublin Rd, turn right, go to very end, past township office,past 7thCon, pass the fire department,then turn right on Cnty Rd 28, 1st house before railroad tracks, #8651, sign on fence entranceway. Estimated Time 15-20 min

From Athens:
East to Hwy 29, at Forthton, turn right towards Brockville, turn left on Cnty Rd 28, ( if you turned right = Temperance Lake Road) drive (about 9 km ) past Greenbush Rd, past New Dublin, 1st house before railroad tracks, #8651, on your right, sign on fence entranceway

From Merrickville:
South from Merrickville to North Augusta, turn ( where Finucan's Store is )
right (South ) on North Augusta Rd, towards Brockville, turn right on New Dublin Rd (Cnty Rd 28), past rail road tracks, 1st house on the left #8651, sign on fence entranceway

From Graham Lake Rd:
Turn left ( North) on Hwy 29 towards Smith Falls, turn right on Cnty Rd 28, ( if you turned right = Temperance Lake Road ( Brockville Speedway)) drive past Greenbush Rd about 4 km, then past New Dublin, then about 4 km , 1st house before railroad tracks, #8651, on your right, sign on fence entranceway

From Perth:
Perth, get on Rideau Ferry Road, head towards Hwy 15, turn left on 15, then turn right almost immediately on Anglican Church Road, turn right on Kitley South Elmsly Road Townline Road, then take your 1st right, then right on Motts Mills Road, it winds across the country towards Toledo, come to a 4 way stop at Toledo, go straight through it head towards 29, turn right ( South) on to Hwy 29 head towards Brockville past Forthton ( road to Athens) , turn left on Cnty Rd 28, ( Brockville Speedway is on the right side) drive past Greenbush Rd, past New Dublin ( 4km), 1st house before railroad tracks, #8651, on your right, sign on fence entranceway

From Mallorytown
Turn right on Temperance Lake Road, heading East to Hwy 29, go over Hwy 29, continue on Cnty Rd 28, ( Temperance Lake Road turns into Cnty RD 28) drive (about 9 km ) past Greenbush Rd, past New Dublin, 1st house before railroad tracks, #8651, on your right, sign on fence entranceway

From Lyn: Alternate Route
Take Kilkenny Rd, head towards Tincap. Turn left at lights at Tincap, them North on Hwy 29, ast past OPP station, past Woods Rd, to New Dublin Rd, turn right, go to very end, about 5 km, past township office,past 7thCon, pass the fire department,,then road dead ends then, turn right on Cnty Rd 28, about 4 km 1st house before railroad tracks, #8651, sign on fence entranceway. Estimated Time 10 - 15 min

From Lyn:
Take Centennial Rd head towards Brockville. Turn left at lights head North on Hwy 29, go through Tincap, past OPP station, past Woods Rd, to New Dublin Rd, turn right, go to very end, about 5 km, past township office,past 7thCon, pass the fire department,,then road dead ends then, turn right on Cnty Rd 28, about 4 km 1st house before railroad tracks, #8651, sign on fence entranceway. Estimated Time 10- 15 min

From Spencerville
Head towards North Augusta/Roebuck on Cnty Rd 21, It is the main highway. Take this road across country, all the way to the end, Turn right, toward North Augusta. Turn left towards Brockville, this is called the North Augusta Road. A few miles out of the village you will come to a big bend. Turn right on Hwy 28 towards New Dublin, after about 4 km you will come to railroad tracks. We are the first house on the left,#8651 , sign on fence entranceway

8651 Cnty Rd 28, RR #2 Addison, Ontario K0E 1A0
613-926-1411 Voice 613-926-1413 Fax 800-667-4662
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