The Rideau Canal offers a fascinating drive between Kingston and Ottawa traversing some of Ontario’s prettiest towns, going along lakes, rivers and 19 kilometres of canals cut… Read more »
In the middle of Ontario, you’ll find some of the most fascinating places to stop in for a day trip or a weekend getaway, either by some… Read more »
Gorgeous gardens span across the Greater Toronto Area, and range from flowers that come in all colours of the spectrum to shrubs and bushes that make up… Read more »
This spring and summer, escape the city limits and find yourself on a beautiful farm amidst wild and colourful petals. If you enjoy picking flowers directly off a farm, visit one of these U-Pick flower farms in Ontario.
While there are some popular spots to see the Sakura trees in bloom, such as High Park in Toronto, the region offers many other locations to view these gorgeous pink petals. If you want to catch seasonal cherry blossoms, visit one of these 20 places located in and around the Greater Toronto Region.
Whether you are a serious astronomer or are simply captivated by the beauty and mystery of the solar system, these dark sky areas and observatories in Ontario will offer a chance to explore the dark skies.
Visit this National Park composed of 63 islands where the windswept white pines and granite shores of the Canadian Shield are yours to discover!
Observing real maple syrup production is a truly Canadian experience. As the winter weather begins to warm, treat yourself and the whole family to the sweet freshness of maple syrup. Here are 25 maple farms, sugar shacks and pancake houses to visit in Ontario.
Venture out into the beautiful countryside and learn about how syrup is made by visiting one of the 25 maple sugar shacks in Ontario. Enjoy connecting with wildlife while tasting one of nature’s sweetest treats!
You don’t need to wait until summer to experience the beauty of the 25 frozen waterfalls to see in the GTA. Bundle up and get outside; the magnificence of Mother Nature is calling you!
Peterborough Historic Lift Lock Skating Trail is finally open for 2021 season. The Trent Severn Waterway and the City Peterborough offer public skating on the canal at… Read more »
Sharpen your skates, and checkout some of Ontario’s best ice skating trails this winter.
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!
Plan a trip to Simcoe in Norfolk county and experience the charm of the original light festival in Ontario during the annual Simcoe Christmas Panorama and start your journey in a world of wonder as twinkling lights glimmer throughout the night.
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.
Located north of Toronto, the York Region offers incredible views of the red, orange, and yellow spectrum of colours that characterize autumn. Here, you’ll find authentic outdoor experiences, wonderful wineries and breweries, and captivating sites. Here are 25+ experiences to enhance your fall days in York Region.
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.
As the season of leaf-peeping begins, a great opportunity to drive out away from the city and make a quick getaway awaits. Provincial parks, quaint towns, and wonderful geological attractions span around Toronto, offer Toronto locals a chance to see the changing fall colours and get outdoors to bask in the cool air. Here is a list of 25-day trip ideas to see nature come alive in hues of gold and red.
This Halloween, you never know what might be around the next corner at these farms haunted by children of the corn!
Cheltenham Badlands in Caledon is the perfect day trip from the Golden Horseshoe to see a provincially significant Earth Science Area of Natural and Scientific Interest (ANSI)…. Read more »
If you’re a fan of cardio, there is a great place to visit where you can burn calories while being surrounded by nature. The Thornton Bales Conservation… Read more »
Appreciate stunning masterpieces surrounded by nature at Haliburton Sculpture Forest. The sculpture collection includes works by Canadian and international artists, and currently, there are thirty-four sculptures and… Read more »