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It's more fun in Guelph

It's more fun in Guelph

The Guelph Ontario riverside park opened 1905 spanning 14.5 acres.

Riverside Guelph

Riverside Guelph

The beautiful Nature of the riverside park Guelph

Guelph started as a settlement in the 1820

Guelph started as a settlement in the 1820

The current Guelph started as a settlement in the 1820s, began by John Galt, initially from Scotland, the principal Superintendent of the Canada Company. He based the home office, and his home, in the group. The territory – a lot of what moved toward becoming Wellington County – had already been a piece of the Halton Block, a Crown Reserve for the Six Nations Iroquois. Galt would later be considered as the organizer of Guelph.

Riverside Park, Guelph

Riverside Park, Guelph

Riverside Park and The Speed come together to form a naturalized landscape offering many organic benefits. Riverside Park hosts many activities by The Speed River.

Guelph Spring

Guelph Spring

A photo of South End in Guelph

Guelph riverside park

Guelph riverside park

Riverside Park is an 80-acre park located by the northern part of Woolwich Street in Guelph, Ontario, Canada. It is built on a portion of the Speed River that runs through Guelph.

Speed River

Speed River

The City of Guelph speed river & scenery

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