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Bath is a village and you can consider Millhaven a suburb. The reason they list hotels is for families to stay there if visiting relatives or friends inside. It is about 10 to 15 minute drive west of Kingston, along the north shore of Lake Ontario- quite pretty.

Alexander Bausk wrote:

It seems to be not a town but a maximum security prison near Bath at
the northeastern side of the lake of Ontario, in front of Amhert
island. Its coordinates are 44°12' N 76°45' W.

All the toponyms that contain the word "Millhaven" (M. Street, M.
Stella and so on) seem to be located there. See Google maps for futher

Ironically, some online search indices treat Millhaven, ON as a town
or a neighborhood and even propose to book hotels there.

Regards, Alex.

On 7/12/08, Daryl Richardson <h.d.richardson(--nospam--at)> wrote:
Fellow engineers,

        Can anyone tell me where Millhaven, Ontario, Canada is located?  I
can't seem to find it listed in any of my atlases.

Thanks in advance.


H. Daryl Richardson

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