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.
With Ontario in Stage 2, all indoor museums, art galleries and select tourist attractions are allowed to reopen. Here is a list of Greater Toronto Area attractions… 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 »
Beat the heat and enjoy a cool dip in the outdoor pools run by the City of Toronto. The city of Toronto has reopened City’s outdoor pools… Read more »
Visit GTA & Hamilton Strawberry Farms for a fun outing and pick your own strawberries! Whether you’re craving some fresh fruits or just want to support your… 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 »
The Guinness World Records have been around since 1954 and was created by Sir Hugh Beaver who was the Managing Director of the Guinness Brewery at the… Read more »
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.
You’d be surprised to see how close the cities and towns of the Halton Region are to authentic nature spots like conservation areas, parks, forests and trails by beautiful bodies of water. These outdoor gems are perfect for a hike against the backdrop of some of Ontario’s best landscapes.
Here is a list of nature parks and hiking trails in Burlington, Milton, Halton Hills and Oakville.
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 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 »
Encompassing an area between Lake Simcoe and Toronto in Southern Ontario, the York Region offers an extensive network of forests and trail to explore. Whether they are… 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.
This summer jump off a cliff into Canada’s Largest Outdoor Freshwater Swimming Pool!
Summer brings warm sunny days and lavender blooms! So hit the road to enjoy a calming, meditative walks amongst these purple flowers.
Do yoga, propose, get married, or stay at some these farms, though not necessarily in this order!
There is much to discover in Canada’s National Parks and not being able to get to them physically shouldn’t stop you from enjoying the fabulous natural areas… Read more »
As the weather starts to warm up and the flowers start to bloom, there are many opportunities in and around the Greater Toronto Area to get out… Read more »