Peterborough, Ontario, CanadaPeterborough, Ontario is about a 90-minute drive to the east of Toronto or a two-hour drive from the Algonquin Provincial Park. The city is often called the gateway to the Kawarthas, a chain of lakes with so many recreational visitors that it is referred to as "cottage country" by many locals. The city is also home to the Peterborough Lift Lock, a section of the Trent-Severn Waterway that was built in 1904. It held the record for the highest hydraulic boat lifts thanks to its impressive system that raises and lowers a 1,500 ton caisson, and any boats in the lock, 20 meters (65 feet). Wild Water & Wheels is a very small park that is also located in Peterborough. It was home to a very common roller coaster.
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