From duck races to walleye fishing, festivals celebrating spring migration and blossom, here are 40+ must ways to celebrate spring in Ontario.
From climbing on a “sleeping giant” to walking the world’s longest freshwater beach and howling with the wolfs, here are 100 best adventures in Ontario’s Provincial Parks.
Where to go to experience the smells and tastes of the sweet water of Ontario.
A list of maple syrup festivals, pancake houses/sugar shacks and maple trails to explore in Ontario.
You do not have to be a florist, anthophile or a gardener, to be excited by the sight and smell of flowers. The love of flowers cuts across age and gender; flowers are a sign of love, gratitude, and beauty and are favoured plants the world over. The following are six flower festivals that you must attend in Ontario.
From a romantic dinner, exploring the amazing scenery Quebec region has to offer or staying in a luxury hotel,there is something for everyone to explore in Quebec;… Read more »
Experience more than chocolate-covered strawberries and a chilled bottle of sparkling wine this season. Enjoy Ontario winter at the the many wonderful resorts of Ontario, each offering one of a kind experiences to be enjoyed with your special someone.
5 ideas for a day trip or a weekend getaway for this weekend of February: February 1 to 3 Whether you want a cozy spa weekend, or… Read more »
5 ideas for a day trip or a weekend getaway for this fourth weekend of January in Ontario. Whether you want to enjoy skiing and snow tubing, or getaway from the cold, you are sure to find inspiration to plan a spontaneous day trip or weekend getaway.
5 ideas for a day trip or a weekend getaway for this third weekend of January in Ontario.
5 Ideas for a day trip or a weekend getaway for this second weekend of January in Ontario: Weekend of Jan 11 to 13. Niagara Falls Ice Wine Festival… Read more »
Sharpen your skates, and checkout some of Ontario’s best ice skating trails this winter.
From outdoor skating trails to theatre festivals, here are 33 of the best things to do this January in Ontario.
Experience this unique winter sport on the icy St. Lawrence River that alternates between rowing the waters of the St. Lawrence River and jogging/pushing along the canoe over the crackling ice beneath your shoes, that is fitted with bolts keep their traction on the ice.
From spectacular illuminations that transforms the Niagara Falls area to enjoying evening stroll through picture-perfect postcard setting with close to one million lights at Upper Canada Village, Ontario is all aglow with magical lights. Although every village, town, city, and community has at least one or two house or buildings worth stopping to check out, the following light shows are definitely worth travelling to see.
Arrowhead Provincial Park is a great visit any time of the year, but in winter, the famous skate trail nestled along the snow laden trees is not the only thing that you can do to enjoy the crisp and clear winter air.
From spectacular fall colours, harvest activities and festivals, and halloween events, that are plenty of ways to celebrate this transitional season in Ontario. Here are fifty fun… Read more »
Explore Ontario on rails–through rolling hills, ravines, forested valleys and the country side! Whether as a family trip or on a day trip with your loved one, these scenic tours will never disappoint! Enjoy fall colours or have a haunted experience during Halloween, visit the pumpkin patch, or a trip to see Santa during Christmas.
This Halloween, you never know what might be around the next corner at these farms haunted by children of the corn!
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 Ottawa Valley is an outdoor playground for adrenaline junkies, outdoor enthusiasts, and nature lovers alike. As summer sets in, the warm weather, blue skies, and the Valley’s pristine waters, rolling hills, and woodlands invite visitors and locals to surf, hike, fish, kayak, and immerse themselves in the distinct heritage and culture of the region. The Ottawa Valley has much to offer in the summer season.
Plan a day trip to surrounding yourself with thousands of wild stunning Orchids. Only 1 1/2 hours from Ottawa and 3 hours from Toronto.