Toonie Monument

Toonie Monument, Campbellford: Address, Phone Number, Toonie Monument Reviews: 4/5

Toonie Monument
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Campbellford is the official home to the Giant $2 Coin. A local wildlife artist, Brent Townsend, created the original polar bear design for the $2 Coin. A 20-foot high replica was approved by the Canadian Mint and it's home is Old Mill Park in downtown Campbellford.
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SimonOnvacation
Toronto, Canada282 contributions
Huge!
Oct 2020
Was already in the area to visit the suspension bridge, why not go see the Twonie?
Short drive to the location, parked at the nearby lot, took a few photos, done. There was a slight drizzle and wind was cold, so did what we had to do and took off.
Written October 22, 2020
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adlc58
Whitby, Ontario62 contributions
Toonie Tuesday
Oct 2020 • Solo
I stopped to take a photo of the giant toonie. Good landmark and conversation piece, but not something I'd go out of my way to see. A large, fun monument.
Written October 15, 2020
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Carey D
Campbellford, Canada51 contributions
It is a big twoooonie
Oct 2020 • Solo
Campbellford is a nice town. It is a little congested during the summer months because it attracts alot of tourist. You can stop by the big monument and have a relaxing coffee.
Written October 6, 2020
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angerlindsay
Barrie, Canada28 contributions
Why not! Hard to miss!
Sep 2020 • Couples
It’s a giant toonie! You can’t miss it! I don’t understand it but it’s awesome and why the heck not !!!
Written September 5, 2020
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nigthout
Stittsville, Canada109 contributions
Park on the canal
Jul 2020
The monument, is right in the middle of the park. It's big! The park it sits in has a band stand withactivites to enjoy daily.
Written July 30, 2020
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candy_pink
Toronto, Canada7 contributions
Hard to miss if you're in town!
Jul 2020 • Friends
This is a beautiful monument situated in a small but beautiful park. The park has picnic benches and tables and the river beside it gives a nice view while having a picnic!
Written July 28, 2020
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Murali B
12 contributions
Nice place to be..
Oct 2019 • Family
We enjoyed, nice place to be.. it’s a small park but worth it.love the town n people were nice.Took many pics.bring a toonie to take a pic with the giant one.
Written October 14, 2019
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brandcat58
Peterborough, Canada35 contributions
Tribute to toonie designer
Aug 2019
A giant toonie situated in a riverside park surrounded by flowers and trees. A wonderful tribute, in a pretty park, honoring the local designer of the toonie. No need to drive all the way to Sudbury just to see a nickel when you can see a toon right here in our area. What a perfectly lovely Canadian thing to do.
Written August 29, 2019
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Bob G
1 contribution
Hidden Jem in the Woods
Aug 2019
Came upon this giant coin, by accident, this past Tuesday.

We did a spur of the moment trip to Campbellford to see the Suspension bridge, and just happened to stop off near by ,
and decided to walk down to the water's edge.

There it was nestled among the trees.
I dare say it is not well placed,
as the trees are encrouching on it...
in just a few years it will be lost ,
just as those treasures of the Incas and Aztec empires disappeared.

Here's hoping they find a way to place it more respectfully, to rightfully acknowledge it's heritage to Canadiana .

Sightlines of five hundred yards, are a must...at present mere feet away and it is gobbled up and hidden by the young growing trees.
Written August 18, 2019
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makerofdreams1
Canada1,132 contributions
Nice park
Oct 2018
Nice area by the water to walk and picnic. The toonie is huge and it is a nice area. We stopped on the way across Canada to see the sites.
Written August 13, 2019
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