My daughter is learning all about the Medieval times at school. When I noticed that there was a “Medieval Times Festival” at Upper Canada Village we went to check it out! Real live jousting… crazy!
Anyways, on to the BOGO. I was pleasantly surprised to learn that our entrance fee gave us FREE entrance to another of St. Lawrence Parks Commissions venues.
Here are the details from their site:
The Reciprocal Program will work by giving visitors who purchase a gate admission at Fort Henry, Upper Canada Village or a SLPC day-use facility, a FREE ticket to visit the other heritage site or one of the day-use parks or beach areas absolutely FREE! The program is based on a Buy One Get One (BOGO) principle of equal or lesser value and will be valid for the regular day programs during the regular operating season.
The regular season operating dates during which the Reciprocal Program is offered:
Upper Canada Village – Saturday, May 19 to Sunday, October 7, 2012; Wednesdays through Sundays from September 3 to October 7.
Fort Henry – Saturday, May 19 to Labour Day, Monday, September 3, 2012
St. Lawrence Parks Day-Use/Beach areas –
- Brown’s Bay Beach Day-Use Area – weekends – May 19 to 27; daily from June 2 to September 3
- Crysler Beach Day-Use Area – June 18 to September 3
- Glengarry Campground Day-Use Area – May 19 to September 3
- Long Sault Parkway:
Woodlands Beach Day-Use Area – June 18 to September 3
Mille Roches Beach Day-Use Area – May 19 to September 3
For information and reservations, call 1-800-437-2233 or 613-543-4328 (locally).
Hmmmm day use beach or Fort Henry? Will put it to a family vote!
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