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Old 01-28-2015, 08:42 PM   #11
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Hoping to be a new owner soon!

Small world....my mom has a place just outside of the cape in Three Mile Bay on Lake Ontario. Love pulling the camper up there for a visit. Little bit longer from Ohio, but it just means a longer visit.
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Old 01-28-2015, 08:43 PM   #12
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Jon, welcome to the forum and good luck with your purchase!!
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Old 01-28-2015, 08:58 PM   #13
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Small world....my mom has a place just outside of the cape in Three Mile Bay on Lake Ontario. Love pulling the camper up there for a visit. Little bit longer from Ohio, but it just means a longer visit.
Now this is getting fun - my father lives on Three Mile Point, on the south side. I'll be up there ice fishing this weekend!
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Just ate at Sunnybanks this summer. On Friday we go for the Fish Fry or their special St. Lawrence perch dinner. I forget what night they have the other special, the Haddock dinner ( YUM)Sometimes we can't get in it's packed. Hurry up summer I'm ready for their great food! We have been eating there for many many years.
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Jon, welcome to the forum. Keep us posted on which camper you get.....Make those memories
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Just ate at Sunnybanks this summer. On Friday we go for the Fish Fry or their special St. Lawrence perch dinner. I forget what night they have the other special, the Haddock dinner ( YUM)Sometimes we can't get in it's packed. Hurry up summer I'm ready for their great food! We have been eating there for many many years.
I looked on Google maps but didn't find Sunnybanks. We are headed that general direction this summer. Sounds like it might be a nice place to have dinner... if we had a better idea of where to find it.
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Sunnybanks is between Cape Vincent and Clayton on 12E and it's west of the intersection of Millens Bay Road. It's on the north side of the street or the river side. When you google find Millens Bay then look 4 streets to the left and you'll see Sunnybank Rd. It's right on the corner.

Also keep an eye out for Tunce we've been known to take a walk down that way. This is just off the roadway down the street
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Thank you. Found 'Sunny Bank Restaurant' on Sunnybank Dr!

Looks like it is accessible when pulling a trailer, if parking along the road is allowed. Can't really see signs on Sunnybank Dr. using Google.

We love to find places like this when we travel. We'll see if it will work.
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You might just park on 12E I walk it and the shoulder seems wide to me but then again I'm just walking.
Just to the north on the Canadian side is where Abbie Hoffman hid out in the late 60s early 70s.It's a town called Fineview and just a beautiful town it won't disappoint .
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