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Uploaded on Oct 5, 2009
One of the best twisty roads in Eastern Ontario. From Calabogie through lake country to Griffith on highway 41, with good rest stops available at each end. For many years this road had no name markings, so it has unofficially come to be called "Black Donald Road" or "Griffith Road". In fact, it's called "Centennial Lake Road", and also bears regional road number 65. The road does not show as Paved on provincial maps, but it is, with a good smooth surface. It's an access road for a region of cottages on several lakes, and a connector between the towns of Griffith and Calabogie. Many tight turns, some broad sweepers, hills, lakes, scenery. (themcdonalds.net)
Centennial Lake is the largest and most underdeveloped lake in Eastern Ontario, with approximately 250 miles of shoreline.