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Acessability of Sites in Southern Ontario

Last Updated: 31st Oct 2013

By Michael Adamowicz

Hail All.

Thought i would write a summary of mineral collecting sites in Southern Ontario & describe how difficult or easy it is to access the site, private property issues, & such. The area i will talk about is the Area around; Niagara Falls-Hamilton-Forks of the Credit, Minden-Tory Hill-Bancroft-Combermere, & Marmora-Madoc-& Kaladar.

There is a lot of confusion regarding which sites you can access & which you need permission. I have tried to summarize that information. The info i have written is as up to date as i can make it but site access can change anytime, so do not be surprised if you go to an open site & you find private property signs there. Let me know if any sites i listed changed access.

I have included some explanation of site access issues, what the site has, main minerals found here, & best vehicle to use to visit the site. If i don't have any data on each category i don't include it.

I wrote this as a general guide to sites that are open & sites that are not. For detailed directions & info further research should be done.

I only used site access knowledge that i have gotten personally or heard from reliable sources.


Niagara Falls-Hamilton-Forks of the Credit


Montrose Occurrence
This links to the page for Montrose Occurrence
Site Situation: Some sections of site are accessible. Some areas are in private property as the site was designated as a commercial site. Currently construction has stopped. Three sites are here; north boulder field, south boulder field, & the big hill. The north boulder field is the only remaining accessible. The other two are no longer there.
Site Features: rock dump
Primary Minerals: Fluorite cubes (clear, yellow, & purple), red Sphalerite, white Dolomite, yellow Calcite are the main minerals. All minerals are located in the limestone boulders but all the easy pickings are gone. Very hard to extract new samples.
Recommended Vehicle: Any. If Park near Montrose road.

Flamboro Quarry.
This links to the page for Flamboro Quarry
Site Situation: Private Property, operational Quarry. Can only collect through a CCFMS or affiliated sponsored field trip. Need safety gear.
Site Features: large open pit quarry
Primary Minerals: Fluorite (golden & clear), Calcite (crystals & balls), Sphalerite (red, orange, yellow, black), & galena. Minerals are very plentiful & not too difficult to extract.
Note: In 2012 there has been limited access to the site through sponsored field trips.
Recommended Vehicle: Any.

Beamsville (Lincoln) Quarry
This links to the page for Beamsville Quarry
Site Situation: Private Property, operational Quarry. Can only collect through a CCFMS sponsored field trip. Need safety gear.
Site Features: large open pit quarry
PrimaryMinerals: Fluorite , Dolomite, Calcite , Sphalerite (red, orange, yellow, black), & galena. Most abundant minerals are the Calcite, Dolomite, & yellow Sphalerite.
Recommended Vehicle: Any

Dundas (Lafarge) Quarry
This links to the page for Dundas Quarry
Site Situation: As of 2012, No longer accessible.
Site Features: large open pit quarry
Primary Minerals: Fluorite (golden & clear), Calcite (crystals & balls), Sphalerite (red, orange, yellow, black), Celestine (white & blue),& galena. Minerals are very plentiful & not too difficult to extract. Site is very big. One of the best sites in the area.


Forks of the Credit Celestine Occurrence.
This links to the page for the Forks
Site Situation: Site exists But heavily overgrown. The old limestone quarries are around the Forks of the Credit Park. Numerous Quarries were here, none are operational now. Old dumps are very heavily overgrown & hard to locate. A few are in park property.
Site Features: abandoned & overgrown quarries, adit, very hard to locate individual quarries
Primary Mineral: Very very hard to find any Celestine. Weathering has made locating samples very hard as the Celestine blends with
weathered rock.
Recommended Vehicle: any. If park along Forks of the Credit road.

Deforest Brothers Quarries.
This links to the page for Deforest Quarry
Site Situation: Quarry exists & is operational. Need permission from quarry owners to visit the site. Site can be reached by a 15 minute walk from The Grange Side road.
Site Features: small open pit quarry
Primary Minerals: Orange Celestine is plentiful to be found here. It fills cavities of Vugs.
Recommended Vehicle: Any. If Park along The Grange side road.


Minden-Tory Hill-Bancroft-Combermere

Davis Lake Corundum occurrence
This links to the page for Davis
Site Situation: roadcut, accessible
Primary Minerals: Corundum
Recommended Vehicle: Any.

Kinmount boundary roadcut
This links to the page for Boundary
Site Situation: roadcut, accessible, (watch for poison ivy!)
Primary Minerals: Scapolite, quartz
Recommended Vehicle: Any

Crystal Lake Fluoborite occurrence
This links to the page for Fluoborite
Site Situation: roadcut, accessible, (park near the dam).
Primary Minerals: Fluoborite, Norbergite
Recommended Vehicle: Any

Crystal Lake Mine (Silver Crater Mine)
This links to the page for Crystal Lake
Site Situation: accessible, cross dam & walk a few meters to site
Site Features: adit, dumps
Primary Minerals: Calcite
Recommended Vehicle: any. If park beside the dam.

Gooderham 507 roadcut
This links to the page for the Gooderham rc
Site Situation: roadcut, accessible
Primary Minerals: Scapolite, Graphite
Recommended Vehicle: Any.

Canada All Metals Mine.
This links to the page for Canada All Metals Mine
Site Situation: acessible
Site Features: overgrown dumps, adit
Primary Minerals: Calcite, Uraninite, Biotite.
Note: Adit looks unstable as entrance is partially blocked.
Recommended Vehicle: High clearance to use ATV trail, 4x4 to use mine road from there.

Millars Mine
This links to the page for Millars Mine
Site Situation: accessible, need to drive down partially rough road. High clearance vehicle recommended.
Site Features: calcite vein dikes
Primary Minerals: Titanite, Apatite, Feldspar, Amphibole
Recommended Vehicle: Any. If drive carefully.

Saranac Mine Pegmatite Occurrence
This links to the page for Saranac Mine
Site Situation: accessible, road is strongly overgrown. Park along Hadington Road.
Site Features: trench, core samples
Primary Minerals: Hornblende, Feldspar, minor radioactives
Recommended Vehicle: Any. If you park along Hadington road.

Saranas Mine Zircon Occurrence
This links to the page for Saranac Mine
Site Situation: accessible , need to cross along fence to garbage dump to get to site. The way to site is rough if following the fence through the bush. (Bears frequent in area, avoid night trips).
Site Features: trench
Primary Minerals: Zircons, thorite
Note: One of the best sites for black zircons.
Recommended Vehicle: Any. If you park along the highway near the garbage dump.

Essonville Fluoro-richterite occurrence
This links to the page for the Essonville rc
Site Situation: accessible, roadcut (rock is very tough!)
Primary Minerals: Fluoro-richterite (very rare mineral), mica
Recommended Vehicle: Any.

Rare Earth #1 Mine
This links to the page for Rare Earth #1
Site Situation: accessible, rough road to site.
Site Features:site is rehabilitated (shaft capped, dumps covered, adit blocked), some dumps. Minor elevated background radiation.
Primary Minerals: Albite
Recommended Vehicle: ATV. Road is not suitable for any vehicles due to unstable bridge. A possible back road exists that bypasses the bridge.

Rare Earth # 2 Mine
This links to the page for Rare Earth #2
Site Situation: accessible Very rough road to site. Some mineral claims in the area.
Site Features: some foundation ruins, shaft covered, extensive dumps along river & small dumps near adit, adit partially blocked. Elevated background radiation.
Primary Minerals: Albite
Recommended Vehicle: 4x4.

Wilberforce Molybdenite Mine
This links to the page for Wilberforce Molly
Site Situation: Private Property No Trespassing.
Minerals: Calcite, Molybdenite

Halo Mine
This links to the page for Halo
Site Situation: Private Property No Trespassing
Primary Minerals: Microcline, Quartz

Cardiff Uranium mine
This links to the page for Cardiff
Site Situation: limited access, No Trespassing Private property, need permission to cross farm & to visit the mine site
Site Features: mine rehabilitated, headframe removed & shaft capped, adits blocked, dumps hydro seeded, road to mine hydro seeded. Elevated background radiation.
Primary Minerals: Uraninite, Chondradite, Scapolite, Apatite, Fluorite
Recommended Vehicle: Any. If you park at the farm.

Wilberforce (Virginia) Graphite Mine
This links to the page for Virginia
Site Situation: accessible. Cross dam to reach site.
Site Features: many building foundation ruins present, overgrown dumps, short adit.
Primary Minerals: Graphite
Recommended Vehicle: Any. If you park by the dam.

American Molybdenite Mine
This links to the page for American
Site Situation: accessible with conditions, to cross home property you need permission
Site Features: open cut, small overgrown dumps
Primary Minerals: Molybdenite
Recommended Vehicle: Any. If you park by the home.

Desmont Mine
This links to the page for Desmont
Site Situation: accessible
site Features: multiple overgrown trenches, short adit, very extensive site but vastly overgrown
Minerals: amphiboles, titanite, calcite, molybdenite, quartz, zircon
Recommended Vehicle: Any, up to the main road. 4x4 all the way to site.

Grace Lake Roadcut
This links to the page for Grace Lake
Site Situation: accessible, roadcut, tight shoulder park north of the roadcut
Primary Minerals: Diopside, Garnet, Tremolite, Quartz
Recommended Vehicle: Any.

Irondale Crystalline Roadcut
Site Situation: accessible, roadcut
Primary Minerals: Apatite, Augite, Calcite, Feldspar, Zircon
Recommended Vehicle: Any

Dwyer Mine
This links to the page for Dwyer
Site Situation: Private Property No Trespassing
Primary Minerals: Fluorite, Calcite, Apatite, Zircon

Richardson Fission Mine
This links to the page for Fission
Site Situation: Private Property No Trespassign
Primary Minerals:Fluorite, Uraninite, Apatite
Historical Note: One of the worlds Largest Uraninite crystal was found here.

Tripp Nu Age Mine
This links to the page for Tripp
Site Situation: Private Property No Trespassing
Primary Minerals: Uraninite, Fluorite, Zircon

Schickler Fluorite Mine
This links to the page for Schickler
Site Situation: accessible.
Site Features: ,cut, overgrown, hard to locate.
Primary Minerals: Fluorite, Scapolite, Apatite, Zircon
Recommended Vehicle: Any, up to the main road. ATV from there.

Clark Mine
This links to the page for Clark
Site Situation: accessible.
Site Features: overgrown dumps, old machinery, cut, collapsed adit, small dumps.
Primary Minerals: Fluorite, Scapolite, Feldspar
Recommended Vehicle: Any. Up to the mine road. 4x4 or ATV from there.

Harcort Graphite Mine
This links to the page for Harcourt Graphite
Site Situation: accessible, very overgrown road & site, difficult to locate
Site Features: overgrown dumps, building ruins, foundations, adit (unstable)
Primary Minerals: Graphite
Recommended Vehicle: ATV

Kemp Prospect
This links to the page for Kemp
Site Situation: accessible, but mineral claims are in the area
Site features: very overgrown trenches & pits. Highly elevated background radiation.
Primary Minerals: Thorite, Uranothorite, Pyroxene
Recommended Vehicle: 4x4.

Kenmac Chibougamau Mine
This links to the page for Kenmack
Site Situation: accessible, site very overgrown, hard to locate.
Site Features: small dump, overgrown trench
Primary Minerals: Magnetite, Uranothorite
Recommended Vehicle: ATV

Canada Radium Mine
This links to the page for Canada Radium
Site Situation: accessible
Site Features: dump, mill foundation ruins, few old machinery
Primary Minerals: Pyroxene, Calcite, Unakite, radioactives
Recommended Vehicle: Any, if careful.

Bicroft Mine
Site Situation: No Trespassing, need permission.
Site Features: mine rehabilitated, shafts capped, dumps remain along river, large parking area in front of mine. Elevated radiation readings at parking area & dumps.
Primary Minerals: Amphibole, radioactives

Dyno Mine
Site Situation: Private Property No Trespassing. Security Patrolled.
Site Features: mine rehabilitated, shafts capped, mill & buildings torn down, dumps covered up, Elevated background radiation at dump.
Primary Minerals: radioactives

Silver Crater Mine
This links to the page for Silver Crater
Site Situation: accessible, fee for collecting. $2 Canadian per person. Very long walk to site, very rough road to site.
Site Features: Adit, mica pit, small dumps from adit, average dump from mica pit, exposed calcite outcrops, old ore sled, old ore cart
Primary Minerals: Betafite, Apatite, Calcite, Mica
Recommended Vehicle: ATV

Faraday Hill Roadcut
This links to the page for Faraday Hill
Site Situation: accessible, roadcut
Primary Minerals: Tremolite, Calcite, apatite, Molybdenite, Uraninite
Recommended Vehicle: Any.

CN Dump
This links to the page for the CN Dump
Site Situation: accessible, rock dump, located in the town of Bancroft near York River. Very easy to access site. In 2010 an information sign was posted at the site.
Primary Minerals: Nepheline, Albite, Sodalite, Calcite, Biotite, Zircon
Recommended Vehicle: Any.

Greyhawk Mine
This links to the page for Greyhawk
Site Situation: limited access, can reach site from behind Kawartha Dairy in Bancroft by using the ATV trail. The trail passes right beside the site.
Site Features: 3 dumps (2 along swamp, one along ATV trail), foundation ruins. Slightly elevated background radiation.
Primary Minerals: Magnetite, Quartz, Tourmaline, Uraninite, radioactives
Recommended Vehicle: Any up to Kawartha Dairy. Need ATV from here.

Madawaska mine loop roadcut
This links to the page for the Madawaska rc
Site Situation: accessible, roadcut
Primary Minerals: Calcite, Hematite, Quartz, Smoky Quartz, Pyroxene
Recommended Vehicle: Any.

Madawaska Faraday Mine
Site Situation: Private Property No Trespassing. Security Patrolled
Site Features: mine rehabilitated, buildings torn down, foundations left, shafts capped, adits blocked, massive dump covered, some machinery remains.
Primary minerals: radioactives, uraninite, Uranophane, beta-uranophane, hematite, calcite, zircons, fluorite, anhydrite.
Note: the site is un-accessible & dumps are covered.
Historical Note: This was a mine in a true sense, with underground workings & almost a city for the miners above ground. This was the largest mine in the Bancroft Area. Many mineral samples from the underground working are in museums around the world.

Burleight Falls Roadcut
This links to the page for Burleigh
Site Situation: accessible, roadcut
Primary Minerals: Barite, Calcite
Recommended Vehicle: Any.

Hickey Mine
This links to the page for Hickey
Site Situation: limited access, Private Property, need owners permission to view site
Site Features: open cut, overgrown dumps
Primary Minerals: Sunstone, Quartz
Recommended Vehicle: 4x4.

Bower's Point roadcut
This links to the page for Bower's
Site Situation: accessible, roadcut
Primary Minerals: Scapolite, Augite, Calcite
Recommended Vehicle: Any.

Diamond Lake roadcut
This links to the page for Diamond
Site Situation: accessible, roadcut. Park west of the cut down the hill.
Primary Minerals: Scapolite, Calcite, Augite & Pyroxene
Recommended Vehicle: Any.

Cancrinite Hill
Site Situation: Private Property. No Trespassing.
Site Features: pit, dump
Primary Minerals: Cancrinite, Sodalite

Davis Hill
Site Situation: Private Property. No Trespassing.
Site Features: pit
Primary Minerals: Nepheline, Biotite

Lilly Robertson
Site Situation: Private Property. No Trespassing.
Site Features, pit & trenches.
Primary Minerals: Corundum, Nepheline

Princess Sodalite Mine
This links to the page for Princess Sodalite
Site Situation: Private Property, need permission to visit, no collecting.
Site Features: quarry, small pit
Primary Minerals: Sodalite, Nepheline
Historical Note: The Sodalite from the quarry is commonly associated with Bancroft's mineral history.

Goulding Keene Quarry
This links to the page for Goulding
Site Situation: No Collecting, in Provincial Park Boundary. Site can Still be visited.
Site Features: open cut, water filled (1-2 feet deep)
Primary Minerals: Nepheline, Albite, Sodalite, Calcite, Biotite, Zircon
Note: The material at the CN Dump in Bancroft comes from this quarry.

York River Skarn
This links to the page for the Skarn
Site Situation: No Collecting, in Provincial Park Boundary. Site can Still be visited.
Site Features: outcrop/exposure
Primary Minerals: garnet, diopside, vesuvionite, calcite

Egan Chutes Occurrences
This links to the page for Egan
Site Situation: No Collecting, in Provincial Park Boundary. Site can still be visited.
Site Features: outcrop/exposure, pits, trenches
Primary Minerals: corundum, sodalite, nepheline

Morrison Quarry
This links to the page for Morrison
Site Situation: No Collecting, in Provincial Park Boundary. Site can Still be visited. No Motorized Vehicles on mine road.
Site Features: 3 pit (1 main & 2 smaller), overgrown dumps, tramway ruins, wooden building ruins
Primary Minerals: Nepheline, Hackmanite, Biotite

Davis Quarry
This links to the page for Davis
Site Situation: accessible, permission from land owner required. No Motorized Vehicles on mine road, park near highway 28 & walk to site on foot.
Site Features: overgrown dump, open cut (water filled), building ruins near quarry
Primary Minerals: Nepheline, Biotite, Hackmanite, Zircon

York River Corundum Occurrence
This links to the page for York River Corundum
Site Situation: No Collecting, in Provincial Park Boundary. Site can Still be visited. No Motorized Vehicles on road to site.
Site Features: small pits, small trenches, campsite, collapsing cottage
Primary Minerals: Corundum
Note: This site requires a very long walk to reach it.

Highway 28 Roadcut
This links to the page for Highway 28
Site Situation: accessible, roadcut.
Primary Minerals: Quartz, Calcite
Recommended Vehicle: Any.

Rankin Mine
This links to the page for Rankin
Site Situation: accessible
Site Features: open cut, 2 trenches
Primary Minerals: Magnetite, Pyrite
Recommended Vehicle: Any, up to the mine road.

Childs Mine
This links to the page for Childs
Site Situation: accessible, but require owners permission.
Site Features: 3 open cuts, multiple trenches
Primary Minerals: Magnetite, Pyrite
Note: hard to locate site, very overgrown.
Recommended Vehicle: ATV up to the beaver dam.

Bessemer Mine
This links to the page for Bessemer
Site Situation: accessible
Site Features: shaft (water filled & fenced off), 3 open pits, open cut, large dump, foundation ruins
Primary Minerals: Magnetite
Historical Note: was the first iron mine in the Bancroft Area.
Recommended Vehicle: any, if careful. Up to the property gate.

Hardwood Lake Roadcut
Site Situation: accessible, roadcut
Primary Minerals: Actinolite
Recommended Vehicle: Any.

Burgess Mine
This links to the page for Burgess
Site Situation: accessible, no collecting during deer hunting season
Site Features: large dump, open cut, foundation ruins
Primary Minerals: Corundum, muscovite
Recommended Vehicle: Any, if careful.

Logan Corundum Occurrence
This links to the page for Logan
Site Situation: accessible, but hard to reach site, need 4X4, or walk long distance deep in the woods.
Site Features: occurrence, 2 open cuts, large dumps
Primary Minerals: Corundum
Recommended Vehicle: Any, up to Burgess Mine. 4x4 or ATV to Logan.

Craigmont Mine
This links to the page for Craigmont
Site Situation: Private Property, conditionally accessible, do not block main road & ATV trail, need owner's permission
Site Features: very extensive site, massive dumps spread over long distance, multiple open cuts, a long adit, concentrator ruins
Primary Minerals: Corundum
Historical Note: Was once the worlds largest corundum mine.
Recommended Vehicle: Any, up to mill ruins. ATV along mountain.

Jewelville Corundum Occurrence
Site Situation: accessible, but need permission if you choose to cross private property.
Site Features: shallow pits & trenches, site largely overgrown, some old trucks nearby, site hard to locate
Primary minerals: Corundum
Recommended Vehicle: Any, up to Jewel ville road. None after.

Beryl Pit (Quadeville east mine)
This links to the page for Beryl
Site Situation: accessible, fee for collecting site
Site Features: large pit, decent dumps, rock floor area, many different minerals to be found
Primary Minerals: Beryl, Tourmaline (Schorl), Cleavalandite, Quartz, Amazonite, Fluorite, Garnet, Euxenite-Y
Historical Note: One of Al Capone's cottage hideout is nearby.
Recommended Vehicle: Any, up to parking area.

Quadeville West Mine
This links to the page for Quadeville West
Site Situation: accessible but visit only by appointment, fee for samples
Site Features: pit, dumps
Primary Minerals: Rose Quartz, Beryl

Ruby (Jewel) Mine
This links to the page for Ruby
Site Situation: accessible, very hard to reach, tough terrain, un-accessible to vehicles
Site Features: small quarry, cut, small overgrown dumps
Primary Minerals: Garnet
Recommended Vehicle: ATV,or dirt bike.

Marmora-Madoc-& Kaladar

Marmoraton Mine (Marmora Iron Mine)
This links to the page for Marmora Iron
Site Situation: Limited access through certain CCFMS clubs.
Site Features: open pit, huge water filled pit (very deep), steep quarry walls, abandoned buildings, abandoned machinery, mine machinery, massive dumps.
Primary Minerals: Magnetite, Garnet, Epidone, Calcite, Pyrite


Ackerman Gold Mine
This links to the page for Ackerman
Site Situation: accessible
Site Features: small dumps, one large dump, trench, filled in shafts, foundation ruins
Primary Minerals: Arsenopyrite, Quartz, Pyrite
Recommended Vehicle: Any, up to beginning of mine road. From mine road start use ATV or go by foot.
Note: This site is located about 90 meters from the road so there is no need for planning to drive in, its more then close enough to walk.

Highway 7 Roadcut
Site Situation: Un-accessible.
Primary Minerals: Fluorite

McIlroy Mine
Site Situation: accessible
Site Features: small dump, trench, filled in shaft, limited collecting potential
Primary Minerals: Fluorite, Barite
Recommended Vehicle: Any, up to end of road.

Bailey Mine
Site Situation: Private Property No Trespassing
Site Features: shaft (fenced off, some water filled also), overgrown dumps
Primary Minerals: Fluorite, Barite
Historical Note: This was the first operational Fluorite mine in the area.

Kaladar Marble Quarry
This links to the page for Kaladar Marble
Site Situation: accessible
Site Features: two small quarries some distance apart, open cuts
Primary Minerals: Calcite, Diopside, Talc
Recommended Vehicle: Any to a point-4x4 all the way, the road is an ATV trail that is well maintained, but there are washed out sections

International Mine
This links to the page for International
Site Situation: accessible, located under power lines
Site Features: overgrown & filed shaft, small pit, minor dumps
Primary Minerals: Arsenopyrite, Mica
Recommend Vehicle: Any, park near power lines

Just a quick note. Many of these sites have adits. The Ministry of Natural Resources in Ontario is monitoring bat populations in these adits, so if you plan to enter them do so in the summer. The fall to spring time is the worst for bats, so try & avoid entering adits during that time.

Hope you all enjoyed. Hope it was informative. If any of you have been to any of the above sites & the access conditions have changed please contact me. I will make changes as i get new access info.

Michal.




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Comments

Thank you Michal!

John Truax
16th Sep 2010 4:09pm
Wonderful Michal! Thanks so much for creating and posting this. I am hoping to get to some of these areas by the end of the year, though I am not certain yet, but if I do, this list will come in handy.

Scott Sadlocha
16th Sep 2010 4:21pm
Wonderful Michal! Thanks so much for creating and posting this. I am hoping to get to some of these areas by the end of the year, though I am not certain yet, but if I do, this list will come in handy.

Scott Sadlocha
16th Sep 2010 5:23pm
Great summary, Michal!!

Paul Brandes
19th Sep 2010 12:23am
Excellent job, Michal - was speaking with Peter Russell of the Earth Sciences department at U of Waterloo - recommended that he check out this article

Maggie Wilson
19th Sep 2010 2:57pm

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