History of King's Highway 51 (#2):
The second King's Highway 51 was a minor local highway which served as an access road from Highway 3 to Rondeau Provincial Park. Highway 51 was established on April 9, 1970, when the road from Eatonville to Rondeau Provincial Park was designated as a new King's Highway. This diminutive highway was only 5.8 km in length. The highway was retained in the provincial highway system until March 31, 1997, when it was downloaded in its entirety. The highway is now known as Chatham-Kent Road 15 & Chatham-Kent Road 17. Please visit the Highway 51 Mileage Chart page for a list of mileage reference points along Highway 51. A different, unrelated Highway 51 existed near Caledon from 1938 until the early 1960s.
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