Approach9ng from the east, at the south end of Madoc (#7 & &62) is a skateboard park on the west side of #62. Right there is Seymour St. Approaching from the west, ride 4.5 kms west of Marmora on #7. Turn south at KOA Campground Rd. First street on the east side is Old Marmora Rd.
This lovely ride winds its way through beautiful backwoods. You will pass a few driveways at the east end, and then it's woods al the way to KOA Campground Rd. A very nice ride, which would be spectacular in the Fall with the leaves changing colour.
Lots of curves and sweepers. Nice winding road, great for twisting the throttle.
The pavement is in good shape throughout this ride. There is no gravel road on the west side as some maps show.
There are no amenities along this road. At either end are Madoc (east) and Marmora (west), which offer what all towns offer (food, gas, lodging). This route runs parallel to Hwy #7. A fun restaurant on Hwy #7 between Madoc and Marmora is the Iron Rooster Rotisserie and Grill. They have an assortment of classic motorcycles inside.