Port Loring Ontario

Bear Lake Sunrise Port Loring Ontario Hint of Colour Buck Lake Ontario Burks Falls Farm with new Hwy 11 lanes in the distance
Port Loring Ontario photo The area itself is sprinkled with a wealth of fresh water lakes and awe-inspiring countryside, offering excellent hunting and fishing.

Around Port Loring Ontario is a string of small and enchanting communities;
Bear Valley, Golden Valley, Arnstein,
and Loring.  Together they share with the visitor a warm sense of community and an image of true country charm.

As the area is home to Ontario’s largest white-tailed deer herd, (numbering in the thousands) it is highly probable you will see deer feeding as you drive along Hwy #522.  Or you may catch a glimpse of them at the newly constructed viewing station, located on the Little River Road
in Golden Valley.

All of the area communities are on the Ontario Federation Snowmobile Trail System, and that offers over 320 kilometers of pure winter enjoyment, on constantly groomed trails.  This particular area is also a snowmobile crossroads, connecting many of the larger populated centers around.  You may also want to 'Park and Ride' the Clover Leaf system for a full five days of banner trail riding.


Port Loring Ontario Map

Local Sites of interest for Port Loring

George Walters Blog
Port Loring Local Services Board

Port Loring Business Association
Argyle Riders Snowmobile Club
Yellow Border Bottom

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