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Fort Willow

Springwater Township, Ontario

Location Owner relhok
Creation Date Sep 17 2011
Status Abandoned
Category Military
Location Springwater Township, Ontario
Site number #3218

The Naval War of 1812: A Documentary History is a new website which contains numerous documents relating to the history of the United States Navy. Volume III, 1813 [Part 4 of 7] contains numerous references to the expedition sent to Georgian Bay in the summer of 1813 to capture Michilimackinac and cut off the new British supply route to the North West, from York by way of Lake Simcoe to Nottawasaga Bay on Lake Huron

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ForgottenPlaces I've been at this location for Pow wow's as well as Historical events. But most of all this was my quiet spot when I was a child. I didn't live far from the trail, so I'd walk the trail down to Fort Willow, walk up the crazy amount of stairs, and enjoy the view at the top. It used to be my hideaway, where no one could find me and I could be alone with my thoughts. I brought my kids here awhile
Jan 27 2016
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UrbanExplorations Use to collect old relics back when I was in school. My old teacher became in charge of the excavation process. Someone back in the day destroy many relics while excavating this area. This place may very well be haunted due to a mysterious burial ground that's never bin discover here.
Apr 08 2014
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teeko This fort was on an episode of Creepy Canada and is apparently haunted. So far the only other presence I have felt here is the unmistakable sting of mosquitoes.
Oct 22 2013
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clay70 thanks dude
Sep 18 2011
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timo explorer Great place to visit and ponder. I have been here several times, so much to explore.
Sep 17 2011
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Unknown User Very sad for an historical site. More pics to come.
Sep 17 2011