A Drummond Island adventure that rocks!
On the north shore of Drummond Island you will find the fossil ledges. The “ledges” are made up of the fossilized remains of a salt water coral bed. The "Ledges" is a unique place formed by nature that not many people know about or get to visit. The journey there can be a bit tricky, so be prepared for some off-roading. However, it is worth your while if you have a vehicle with high clearance.
To To get to the Ledges you must have specific directions, we don’t want you to get lost or stray onto private property. Other points we ask you: are you mountain biking, hiking, or driving (We need to know about your car: 2-wheel drive, 4-wheel drive, high or low under frame.) We will not suggest you go to the Ledges if you do not have the proper transportation. Our desire is to have you enjoy your vacation on Drummond Island. The hard-packed gravel road can be rutted from winter snow melt or heavy spring rains. There is very little mud here, just sand and stones. We will caution you about driving through the wet ruts so you do not cut a tire on a stone or hit the bottom of your under frame. We know this sounds very dire, and cumbersome, but we want you to enjoy a great sight on our Island.