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Alliston is a small town on Highway 89 in Ontario. Alliston is part of the Town of New Tecumseth, and has been for 20-plus years since Alliston merged with Beeton, Tecumseth and Tottenham to form New Tecumseth. Have an afternoon adventure with your rental car, by exploring the wetland on foot, on skis or on snowshoes via the Ganaraska, Trans Canada Rail or McKinnon trails. Climb the 12 foot high waterfowl viewing tower, and see a multitude of waterfowl.
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If you are headed to Alliston, you might choose to fly into Lake Simcoe Regional Airport. In 2010, the airport was upgraded and expanded, with runway extensions, new pavement and expansions for parking and at the terminal building. After landing, it's about a 60 kilometer drive southwest in your rental car to get to Alliston. During this drive, you might plan an interesting detour over to the Minesing Wetlands Conservation Area. This wetland spans more than 15,000 acres.
When in Alliston, you may wish to drive your rental car to one of the town parks. Riverdale Park is on the north side of town along the Boyne River, while PPG Park is on the south side, next to the fire department. Also, you might want to explore Earl Rowe Provincial Park. It's one of the largest provincial parks in Southern Ontario, and is about three kilometers west of Alliston, in the town called Adjala-Tosorontio.
In Alliston, the weather is cold and temperate. Don't be surprised as this town produces a significant total amount of rainfall during the year, even for the driest month which takes place in January. Note that the month of July is usually the warmest.