If you are in search of a wonderful spring break getaway with kids without leaving Calgary, then book a “Glamping experience” getaway at Sandman Hotels. Glamp inside… Read more »
From exploring bird sanctuaries to hiking along St. Lawerence and taking in the scenic lookouts in the Canadian Shield, here are 15+ things to do outdoors during winter in Brockville and Leeds & Grenville County during winter.
This area just east of Ottawa beckons you to skate, ski and embrace its trails and treasures. You make unearth some hidden treasure or just discover your… Read more »
Hugging the shores of the St. Lawrence River, this area has plenty of trails and hills to add thrills and fresh air to your winter days. Whether you choose to hang out in Cornwall or venture into the woods around it, it’s easy to embrace this chilly season in this county.
Here are 15+ things to do outdoors in Cornwall and Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry United Counties.
Sharpen your skates, and checkout some of Ontario’s best ice skating trails this winter.
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.
Things to do during winter in Ontario.
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.
The crystal-clear waters of Georgian Bay surrounded by the tree-lined hilly landscape known as the Blue Mountains are well-known for their abundance of winter activities.
Here are 25 adventures to experience during winter in the Blue Mountains.
If you enjoy bundling up, getting some fresh air and challenging yourself, then read on for a list of Ontario provincial parks that remain open over the winter and offer invigorating winterized activities, no matter your particular level of experience. Come along and experience the great outdoors even in the winter months!
Are you searching for COVID-19 safe activities that you can enjoy without leaving the car?
Here is a list of drive-in movies, Christmas lights tour and other activities that you can enjoy without worrying about contracting COVID-19 or wearing masks.
The former capital of Canada – Kingston, and the 1000 islands – a beautiful archipelago on Lake Ontario, are both places to see the best of fall… Read more »
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.
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!
When Ontario comes alive with vibrant colours in autumn, cities and towns across the province offer a unique environment, and distinct character for visitors and locals to… Read more »
A visit to a sunflower farm is surely a cause for a smile, photo ops, and plenty of sunshine. Walk on a path through a sea of yellow flowers and purchase a specialty product from a store on-site to commemorate your summer experience. In Ontario, these flowers bloom for about two weeks only from early to late August/early September. If you are looking for a sunflower field to visit in Ontario this summer, check out one of these farms.
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 »