With signature landscapes such as the Niagara Escarpment, the Bruce Trail, and the nearby Grand River, Halton Region beckon visitors near and far to enjoy the fall season. These beautiful landscapes give way to fun outdoor activities, heritage sites, and vibrant city life. Here are 25 fun activities to enjoy fall in and around Halton Region.
Ottawa and the area around the country’s capital are known for its spectacular natural beauty and charm, and fall is a time where vibrant colours emerge. Here are 25-day trips to enjoy changing nature’s changing colours around Ottawa.
Get lost at world-famous corn mazes or at the nearest to you for a memorable experience with the family. Most of these farms also have a whole bunch of other great activities so you can enjoy the entire day picking pumpkins, milking goats, cuddling bunnies and so much more!
The lone, majestic Comfort Maple Tree stands tall at almost 25 metres, with an astounding six-metre girth and 40-metre crown width beside a field in Pelham, Ontario. … Read more »
Celebrate the last long weekend of summer! Send off summer and get ready to welcome Fall with gusto by enjoying one of the 50 events, and activities taking place during labour day weekend from across Ontario.
Located 2.5 hours north of Toronto, the Haliburton Highlands is sure to steal your heart and leave you longing for a more laid-back lifestyle. While the lakes… Read more »
Summer is in full swing in Ontario, with places across the province offering a unique environment, history, and distinct character for visitors and locals to truly discover the province. Try new activities or go for the tried and true. No matter what you choose to do in Ontario, there are hundreds of fun things you’ll want to add to your bucket list.
When beaches in Ontario have that distinct blue flag flying above, it gives the beach’s community a unique sense of pride because they know that the water… Read more »
Set between the major cities of Kingston and Montreal is the Long Sault Parkway, a 10-kilometre long road that connects a collection of eleven islands on the… Read more »
The summer heat beckons adults and kids alike to enjoy the water and revisit fun activities like floating and tubing. Ontario has many slow-flowing rivers that are… Read more »
Wikwemikong: Explore Rugged Landscapes of Canada’s Only Officially Recognized Unceded Territory With Indigenous Knowledge Keepers
Located on Odawa Mnis (Manitoulin Island)—the ancestral home of the Anishnaabek people of the Three Fires Confederacy (Ojibwe, Odawa, Pottawatomi), Wikwemikong offers an experience unlike any other in Canada.
Ontario’s many bridges are a true vision of craftsmanship in the midst of unbelievable places of nature. A few of the bridges listed below are suitable for… Read more »
If you’re looking for that unique vantage point, a different perspective, or that bird’s eye view, don’t miss these twenty-five incredible lookouts in Ontario. From man-made towers to wonders of nature, these high points will be sure to take your breath away.
Located in the heartland of Southern Ontario, the Peel region is surrounded by an equal mix of green hills and forest and stunning blue waters. It’s closeness… Read more »
The French River District, which includes the French River, Lake Nipissing, and surrounding area, is an incredible area ripe for discovery. Northern Ontario is known for its… Read more »
The Durham Region hosts over 300 kilometres of recreational trails throughout the region with all-season hiking opportunities and fantastic nature destinations. Home to the beautiful landscapes of… Read more »
Caves and crevices boast the mysteries and exploration that Ontario has to offer. With exceptional cave systems like the Bonnechere Caves and Bruce Caves, visitors can get a glimpse of the epitome of historical geology and perhaps find some hidden treasures on their way. Here are 15 caves for you to explore in Ontario.
The Windsor-Essex-Pelee Island region has some of Ontario’s most beautiful hidden gems. Many nature spots in the area are authentic, untouched, and preserve a lot of the… Read more »