Wilde Strawberries
1030 Sailors Encampment Drive
Richards Landing, Ontario
St. Joseph Island
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Turn off highway 17 E. onto highway 548 and follow the highway over the bridge onto St. Joseph Island. Once you are on the island turn right at the first stop sign onto Hwy. 548.
Then make another right hand turn at the corner of Hwy. 548 and the 10th Side Road. This should take you into the village of Richards Landing. Turn left at the town center sign and follow the highway out past the W.I. Park.
Keep going straight past BOTH! the B Line Road and then the A Line Road.
Turn right onto Sailors Encampment Drive (the St. Mary's River will come into view directly infront of you before you make the turn!)
Follow Sailors Encampment Drive along the river for approximately 1/2 mile.
Wilde Strawberries Studio will appear on the righthand side of the road immediately after a sharp bend to the left. Signs for the shop are visible at the end of the driveway! Take the fork to the right in the driveway and through the gate into the garden! You will have arrived at Wilde Strawberries Studio!
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Mocha
 Official Greeter
You're invited!
Kathleen Parr, of Wilde Strawberries, maintains a studio location just outside of Richards Landing, Ontario on St. Joseph Island. Come by chance or call ahead (705-246-2281) to make an appointment to visit her at Wilde Strawberries Studio,
1030 Sailors Encampment Drive, Richards Landing Ontario.
Meet Our Official Greeters
Wilde Strawberries is home to two official greeters! Two loveable labs named Mocha and Unko take their jobs to announce visitors very seriously! Both are friendly dogs who like to use their barks to announce the arrival of visitors as they enter the gate. Mocha is especially fond of children and Unko loves to meet new friends. However, there is no need to worry if you do not want to be greeted by the labs, as they spend their time inside for their own safety and only enter the studio at the request of customers.
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