Adelaide Hunter Hoodless Homestead is at 359 Blue Lake Rd. The circa 1830 Neo Gothic-style homestead is the birthplace and childhood home of Adelaide Hunter Hoodless, who played an important role in the formation of several women's organizations. She was pivotal in advancing the education of girls by getting domestic science accepted as part of the school curriculum. The restored homestead reflects turn of the 19th-century rural life.
Picnicking is permitted.