Legend: (1)Jock River (2)McCaffrey Trail (3)Forested Hill 43 ft high (4)Ashton Station Road (5)Entrance and Exit to Parc at road allowance and Ashton Station Road

Aerial photo of the Land Site– within the red border – area 138.44 acres, located between Ashton Station Road (less than 2 kilometre to HW-7 and HW 417 West) and McCaffrey Trail. Showing the Jock River travels a distance of 1,666 feet through the land site.

The land site and Concept Planning: Concept Planning means those pre-development actions initiated to (a) conduct planning studies to assess the development potential of the Property; (b) prepare a conceptual master plan for the Property; (c) pursue local (municipal) governmental planning and regulatory approvals necessary to implement the conceptual master plan (s) of Family Nature Parcs including plan amendments and rezoning; and (d) prepare and obtain local governmental approval of plans.

Concept Planning for the Company’s own Parcs, generally is undertaken upon having acquired a leasehold interest in a land site chosen and approved by the Company. In the case of a franchisee upon having legally established the ownership or leasehold interest of the franchisee in the designated land site.

The Concept Planning for a Family Nature Parcs land site in Canada may consist of one or more of the following steps which generally would be required for the eventual development of a Family Nature Parcs sports and recreation facilities. (a) Land site Feasibility Assessment involving the suitability of location, accessibility, environmental issues, water resources, species and allowed usages. (b) Site Plan Preparation involving conceptual layout of facilities, outline of necessary infrastructure (c) Official Designation of Land Sites and Zoning Matters, the Company my seek approvals of its Site Plan, or may seek amendments to the existing Official Designation of Land Sites and Zoning. Amendments will be supported with engineering plans and relevant studies prepared by the Company and consultants.

 
 
 
 

Direction to Ashton Land site:

GPS Navigation

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From Ottawa
Take Highway 417 West to Highway 7 Exit.
Follow Highway 7 to Ashton Station Road
Turn left on Ashton Station Road and proceed approximately 1 km to the village of Ashton.

From Carleton Place
Take Highway 7 East to Ashton Station Road.
Turn right on Ashton Station Road and proceed approximately 1 km to the village of Ashton.

From Highway 416
Proceed to Highway 417 West.
Take Highway 417 West to Highway 7 Exit.
Follow Highway 7 to Ashton Station Road
Turn left on Ashton Station Road and proceed approximately 1 km to the village of Ashton.

From Smith Falls
Take Highway 15 North towards Carleton Place.
Turn right on Highway 7 East.
Turn right on Ashton Station Road and proceed approximately 1 km to the village of Ashton.