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.
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.
Killarney Provincial Park is an exceptional outdoor wonderland with immense wilderness landscapes. Visually colorful views permeate the area, as the pink granite of the Georgian Bay Coast,… Read more »
MacGregor Point Park boasts ecological diversity. Seven-kilometers of coast along the Lake Huron shoreline accommodate majestic migrating birds, exciting festivals and events, camping sites, a skating oval,… Read more »
Spanning 5,355 hectares of space on the southern edge of the Canadian Shield is the Frontenac Provincial Park. A stunning family-friendly park open year-round with 48 interior… Read more »
Famous for its sandy beaches and fantastic water sports scene in the summer months, the Windy Lake Provincial Park also provides a great winter experience that includes… Read more »
If you’re looking for rare biodiversity, spectacular sunsets, and year-round outdoor adventures in unique forests, the Pinery Provincial Park is a staggering 6,330 acres that houses over… Read more »
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 »
From outdoor skating trails to theatre festivals, here are 33 of the best things to do this January in Ontario.
The cool air of autumn heralds a time of country harvests, crunching leaves, and soothing drinks! There are plenty of fun fall activities to get you outside and here are 10 awesome Fall activities in Ontario!
Although Ontario doesn’t have the brilliant Eiffel Tower or enchanting Venice canals, Ontario does offer a plethora of quaint towns, majestic parks and breathtaking natural wonders to make it a great destination for romantic getaway.
Dreaming of a weekend away with the one you love but you’re on a budget and options seem limited. Here are some budget-friendly suggestion to create those special memories together.
Take a road trip from Niagara Falls to Quebec City, covering some of the top tourist destinations in Canada.
Starting from the home of the famous Falls, the Niagara Falls, visit the dynamic, multi-cultural metropolis of Toronto, then to Kingston, a UNESCO World Heritage Destination and the Gateway to the 1000 Islands. Continue to Ottawa, Canada’s Capital! Second most populated city of Canada and Quebec’s economic and cultural capital is the penultimate destination, and end your trip at North America’s oldest and most magnificent settlements, Quebec City.
Whether you’re seeking a serene paradise nestled among the trees or a fun packed, family adventure, Northern Ontario is the perfect place for your next family getaway. From the world’s largest coin to a polar bear paradise, you are guaranteed priceless family moments. Don’t forget the camera!
Toronto is a dynamic, multi-cultural metropolis with no shortage of things to see and do. The city’s events and festivals draw people from all over the world and the perennial attractions are sure to be on most traveler’s bucket list. Between film festivals, culinary events, major sporting events, live music and theatre, you’ll have a hard time deciding what to see and do during your stay. To help you, here are some suggested itineraries no matter how long you have to spend.
Tummy rumbling and craving something unique? Here’s where to go in Ontario to satisfy your nomadic soul and your taste buds!!
Whether you prefer beaches, mountains, waterfalls or cities, there are countless breathtaking scenes of majestic wilderness and cultural urban delights within 5 to 6 hours of drive for every visitor to find something to do for summer or for your next long weekend.
Kingston, also known as the “limestone city”, was the First Capital city of Canada. Now, a UNESCO World Heritage Destination and the Gateway to the 1000 Islands, Kingston is alive with cultural celebrations and more than two dozen museums, historic sites, and art galleries to explore. As most tourist sights are closed during the winter it would be best to schedule your visit between May and October.