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Ontario is home to some of the coolest ghost towns in the country. Each eerie place has left behind fascinating remnants of the province's intricate history and heritage.

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If you seek an exhilarating adventure, you should definitely follow this map on a road trip to Ontario's creepy and beautiful ghost towns.

It will take you a few days to complete, but it is well worth it for the avid adventurer!

The trip will involve about 14 hours of driving in total, so you might want to call up your BFFs and split the ride.

From west to east (click on links for more info on each ghost town):




Allan Mills






Cooper's Falls

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