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Ohio

Ohio is a state in the Midwest region of the USA. The state has natural boundaries to the north and to the south and is bordered by the states of Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Pennsylvania and West Virginia. Ohio also shares Lake Erie as a border with the Canadian province of Ontario. The terrain is generally flat in the northwestern parts due to ancient glaciers, and gradually gets hillier as one heads east and southeast toward the Allegheny and Appalachian mountain ranges. Aside from a Great Lake (Erie) and a major navigable river (Ohio), the State of Ohio offers a national park, a national forest (Wayne), a number of National Wildlife Refuges, and a bundle of islands on Lake Erie.

167km

40.31-82.81

London (Ontario)

London is a medium-sized city in Ontario, Canada. It is west of Toronto, between Lake Huron and Lake Erie at the fork of the Thames River, which was named after the River Thames in London, England).

204km

42.98694-81.24625

Bruce Peninsula

Bruce County is a region in Ontario comprising the Bruce Peninsula, 2½ hr north and west of the city of Toronto. The Bruce Peninsula is a finger of land surrounded by the waters of Lake Huron and Georgian Bay from Sauble Beach to Tobermory - Wiarton to Lion's Head.

287km

44.94536-81.27686

Kitchener

city in Ontario, Canada

295km

43.45123-80.49303

St. Joseph Island

St. Joseph Island is the second largest land mass in Lake Huron, located in Ontario, Canada.

328km

46.2197-83.9464
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Windsor (Ontario)

Canada
Windsor is a mid-sized Canadian city on the southwest tip of Ontario. It's an extremely multi-cultural city with over 20% of its population having been born outside of Canada. The city's rich cultural background is evident in its Middle Eastern, Italian, and Asian neighbourhoods. Just across the Detroit River from Detroit and the American border, it's one of the very few places where you have to go south to enter Canada. Its main waterfront park stretches about 5 km, from the 1929 Ambassador suspension bridge past the contemporary Windsor Sculpture Park. It ends near the 1894 Italianate Canadian Club Heritage Centre, which recalls when Windsor was a source for liquor smuggled to the Prohibition-era states.

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