Things to Do in Ottawa in February: Events, Activities and Festivals happening in Ottawa during February 2021
This quiet, lovely area has become reborn with the development of more than 35 wineries amidst its rolling hills and many lakes. This combination draws fans of the great outdoors with foodies looking to pair their wines with flavourful snacks and cheeses. Here are 15+ fun things to do during winter in Prince Edward County.
Anchored by Kingston at its southern tip, this long, narrow area reaches right back the small community of Ompah, reaching from Hwy. 401 to north of Hwy…. Read more »
Your romantic getaway is waiting- right in your backyard. This Valentine’s Day, why not enjoy a romantic staycation at one of these Alberta hotels or resorts? Sip… Read more »
This narrow strip of a county is anchored by Napanee in the southern tip, Kaladar at the midpoint and Denbigh to the north. It looks like an… Read more »
Hastings County stretches from Lake Ontario near Belleville to the southern boundary of Algonquin Park near Barry’s Bay. In between, you will find lookouts, trails, lakes and many opportunities to get outside and lose yourself in thought in winter’s glory.
Located in the heart of SouthWestern Ontario, Oxford County is a perfect combination of bustling urban life and tranquil country landscapes. If you enjoy cheese, the tourist renowned Oxford County Cheese Trail and other cheese-inspired attractions will give you plenty to see and do.
Newfoundland is one of the best places to experience winter in the Maritimes. So, get ready for lots of snowy fun with your family and friends in St. John’s. Dress warmly and head out into the sparkling winter wonderland that is St. John’s.
Corner Brook is a beautiful city that turns into a spectacular winter wonderland when it is covered in a thick blanket of sparkling snow. Corner Brook gets around 5 metres of snow each year, so there is a lot of winter fun to be had. Don’t let the winter blues get you down this year, dress warmly and head outside this winter to have a good time with family and friends.
Visiting Niagara Falls Region in the winter is like stepping into a historic snowy wonderland. Niagara Falls may be the natural wonder that brings millions of tourists to this area, but there are many more attractions and natural wonders in the city of Niagara Falls and in the surrounding towns that keep them coming back year after year.
Get outside with your family and friends to enjoy the snow and stay physically active this winter. Charlottetown is home to a wide variety of fun winter… Read more »
Walking around in the winter can get difficult with snowdrifts and ice, so you need to get creative about outdoor exercise. And if you want a versatile… Read more »
Winter is upon us, and with 2021 being a brand new year, this is a great time to rediscover everything great about winter in Nova Scotia. Listing… Read more »
Surrounded by the waters of Lake Huron and Georgian Bay, this small, nature-rich county offers so much to explore in the outdoors. Bruce County’s parks, trails and… Read more »
Don’t hole yourself up this winter! Even during the coldest season of the year, there’s still plenty to get out and do. If you’re in the Greater… Read more »
This gem of a town is best known for its artisan population that fosters an incredible arts program at the Fleming College campus there. That creative spirit spills over into the hosts of various outdoor experiences in the hills and forests around the area. Get ready to try something new as you explore Haliburton this winter.