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Highway 522 is a provincial secondary highway in the Canadian province of Ontariomarker. Highway 522 serves as the only link from Highway 69 to Highway 11 south of Highway 17/Trans Canada Highway and north of Highway 124. It is often used to access Grundy Lake Provincial Park, a popular camping area for northbound travellers.

In 2004, Highway 11 was re-routed along a recently completed freeway bypass around the community of Trout Creek, Ontariomarker. Highway 522 was then extended by 3 km along Hemlock Road (the former alignment of Highway 11), terminating at Highway 11's Exit 301 (interchange with Highway 522 and McFadden Lane). The remainder of Highway 11's alignment in Trout Creek was retained in the provincial system as the designation of Highway 522B, the province's newest numbered highway designation.

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