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Campbellford is the official home to the Giant $2 Coin. A local wildlife artist, Brent Townsend, created the original polar bear design for the $2 Coin. A 20-foot high replica was approved by the Canadian Mint and it's home is Old Mill Park in...more
55 Grand Road, Campbellford, Trent Hills, Ontario K0L 1L0, Canada
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Noting particular around the town, except you want to take photos with this huge tonnie, you can still take a quick snaps with it then walk along the Trent River waterfront, could just spend half of an hour time at the scene.
We drove by this huge monument. Its absolutely massive and would make a great insta photo. There seemed to be parking on the side of the road for it and I believe it was free parking. It was right next to the river and there...More
While driving in Campbellford, you can't help but notice the large toonie right on the Trent River. This is right beside the Visitor's Centre, so it's a perfect time to stop.
The park and waterfront is great for a walk.
I couldn't help but stop...More
Basically this is a giant tooney sandwiched between the canal, and the roadway. However there is much to do!
There is a walk-way next to the canal, and paths inside the park. At the back is a gazebo.
But wait there's more! Not only does...More
What a beautiful setting - a lovely, well manicured park, alongside a tranquil waterway,and all within a very quaint and historic village. The highlight of the park is an outstanding 27' high replica of the Canadian two dollar "toonie" coin.
The coin's final profile, a...More
We were travelling from Montreal to Toronto and we took a turn from Belleville to visit this attraction. It took us about 20 minutes to drive from the 401 to Campbellford. The Monument was just beside the river right after the bridge passing from the...More
When we first saw the toonie we were intrigued and now gander over to see it as we pass by. Something that has just become so familiar. Never thought too much about it until recently when someone from afar came for a return visit. On...More