After lunch at the Women's Institute tea party, we headed on north to try and find Kemble Centennial Park, a tiny small access point to the shoreline between cottages. It is listed as an interesting geological site, and I wanted to see it.
Note that I've used the name Kemble Centennial Park, because this was Kemble Township when the park was established in 1967. But Kemble has amalgamated with Derby to the south, and now they're known as Georgian Bluffs (which many locals wouldn't even recognize!).