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Mono, Ontario

The Town of Mono is situated in south-central Ontario, just north of Caledon. Mono has received the title “the heart of the headwaters” because of the towns proximity to three rivers – the Humber River, the Nottawasaga River and the Credit River. The area is alive with farms that dot the tree covered hills. The town is home to Mono Cliffs Provincial Park. The dominant features of this park are three rock outcrops known as the Mono Rocks. The Bruce Trail also meanders through this region. The Hockley Valley puts on a dazzling display of fall colours every autumn.


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