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Day Trip From Southern Ontario: Cheltenham Badlands

Day Trip From Southern Ontario: Cheltenham Badlands

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). The Cheltenham Badlands were formed over 400 million years ago by erosion and deposition and their unique red colour is a result of the oxidation of iron. The area was once fertile farmland as the settlers grew various crops, but the farming practices caused the erosion of shallow topsoil exposing the underlying Queenston shale. The changing seasons further accelerated the erosion of the shale, resulting in this unique landscape. The gray streaks on
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Thornton Bales Conservation Area: 99 Steps to a Fabulous Ravine Lookout in Greater Toronto Area

Thornton Bales Conservation Area: 99 Steps to a Fabulous Ravine Lookout in Greater Toronto Area

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 Area in King​​, Ontario is a beautiful forest that has been nicknamed 99 steps because of the wooden steps that lead to the top of the Oak Ridges Moraine. Currently, there are only about 80 steps. There were 99 steps earlier before Lake Simcoe Region Conservation Authority replaced the 99 log steps. The forest has a variety of lush green trees and plants that you can explore on the trail, as you lose
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Discover Unique Sculptures of the Haliburton Sculpture Forest

Discover Unique Sculptures of the Haliburton Sculpture Forest

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 six unique benches. WHAT TO SEE & DO HALIBURTON SCULPTURE FOREST Discover the sculptures and stories of the Haliburton Sculpture Forest through guided tours or self-guided walks along the many trails of the forest. Each sculpture tells a story, one such example is a granite sculpture, ‘To Cut or Not To Cut’. It describes a conversation between a father and son, over a stump of a tree that has been felled. It implies
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U-Picks Apple Orchards in Nova Scotia

U-Picks Apple Orchards in Nova Scotia

Fall is here and it is the best time to celebrate the season by picking apples with your family and friends. Apple season is here, so take your family to a U-pick for a great fall activity. Spend some quality family time checking out some of the wonderful Apple U-Pick’s in Nova Scotia that are listed below. 1. Daniels U-Pick Open for over 40 years, Daniels U-Pick is a local favorite. Pick your own apples, pears and plums, take a wagon ride and tour the orchard. If you don’t feel like picking your own, you can buy fresh pre-picked apples,
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U-Pick Apple Orchards in New Brunswick

U-Pick Apple Orchards in New Brunswick

There are so many wonderful apple U-picks around New Brunswick. From September to early November, you can spend a crisp fall day, exploring orchards, picking apples, and making great memories with your loved ones. Gather up your family or some friends, and head out to one of the U-Pick’s listed below to have a fantastic time on a farm. 1. Everett Family Orchard Have a great time with the family picking apples at one of the oldest farms in New Brunswick. This eighth-generation farm opened in 1792 with 6 acres of land and now grows 10 delectable varieties of apples.
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U-Pick Apple Orchards in Prince Edward Island

U-Pick Apple Orchards in Prince Edward Island

Who loves apple picking in the fall? From the crisp fall air on a wagon ride to the orchard to picking your favorite varieties of fresh apples to take home with you. Gather up the family and get ready for a wonderful day on the farm. Check out the 5 U-Pick orchards listed below where you can go apple picking on PEI. 1. Wintermoor Orchard Pick from 14 varieties of apples in a well-maintained orchard. Explore their beautiful orchard, while looking for your favorite kind of apple to pick. Wintermoor Orchard makes their own cider that can be enjoyed year-round,
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The Comfort Maple - Canada's Oldest Sugar Maple Tree

The Comfort Maple – Canada’s Oldest Sugar Maple Tree

The lone, majestic Comfort Maple Tree stands tall at almost 25 metres, with an astounding six-metre girth and 40-metre crown width beside a field in Pelham, Ontario. The tree is widely believed to be the oldest and finest sugar maple tree in Canada and was given the title of a heritage tree in June 2000 under the Ontario Heritage Act. The story of the Comfort Maple Tree is one of storm, stress and resilience: The Comfort Maple Tree was originally in an area of hardwood forest, which was likely cleared when the tree was still young for agricultural purposes. This
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25 Fall Day Trips in and Around Edmonton

25 Fall Day Trips in and Around Edmonton

September and October can provide ample opportunities for good weather and clear skies. That means that you can still enjoy activities outdoors, especially to see the spectacular fall colors that seep into the forests and parks in the region. The city itself has many excellent things to do and see, but the surrounding areas provide even more for those willing to take a day trip. Head out on the highways and byways to find some of the best things to do this fall. 1. Hike the Wild Sculpture Trail You do not have to head to Southern Alberta to see
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25 of the Best Fall Hikes in Nova Scotia

25 of the Best Fall Hikes in Nova Scotia

The seasons are changing, and fall brings new hiking aesthetics to the province of Nova Scotia. Every season has its own pros and cons for hiking, and the following trails accentuate the positives. The hikes all have beautiful fall colours to see, they take you past a variety of scenery, and they’re either close to civilization so you can make a quick exit if it’s cold, or deep into the woods to make a full fall escape. The hikes are listed alphabetically by county. 1. Keppoch Mountain Keppoch Mountain in Antigonish is home to a wide variety of activities. It
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25 of the Best Hikes to Enjoy Fall in Halifax

25 of the Best Hikes to Enjoy Fall in Halifax

Halifax in fall is a tremendous place to be. The City of Trees has plenty to offer in terms of fall colour and activities, but if you want to escape the city streets teeming with students coming back to school, there are plenty of options. The following trails are a sampling of awesome trails around Halifax, none more than 40 minutes’ drive from downtown Halifax. Bring a sweater and plenty of beverages (the choice is yours), and walk into fall. BLT Trail The BLT Trail is gorgeous in any season, but there’s something special about it in the fall. The
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30+ Fun Fall Activities in and around Kitchener - Waterloo Region

30+ Fun Fall Activities in and around Kitchener – Waterloo Region

From corn mazes to fabulous fall festivals, there are plenty of ways to celebrate fall in KW Region. Check out this list of 30 activities you can do in Kitchener - Waterloo Region.
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50 Fun Things to Do this Fall in Southwestern Ontario

50 Fun Things to Do this Fall in Southwestern Ontario

Fall is a time of country harvests, crunching leaves, and soothing drinks. It’s a time when families curl up close to stay warm and prepare for winter: the leaves are changing and the air is getting crisp. Don’t let the weather fool you, though; Fall shouldn’t mean hibernating alone at home. There are plenty of fun fall activities to get you outside, around the table, or jumping from the tree tops. To help you make your Fall bucket list, we’ve compiled a list of 50 Fun Fall Activities in South Western Ontario.
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25 Day Trips for Fall in and Around Calgary

25 Fall Day Trips in and Around Calgary

The autumn months in the southern region of the province can provide beautiful days, with cooler weather to enjoy outdoor activities and sites. The gorgeous fall colors come to life as the trees turn gold and red, allow fantastic photo opportunities. Pumpkins and fall vegetables abound and corn mazes are filled with visitors. Trails become less crowded as tourists return home. Halloween events and spooky tours are available for those looking for otherworldly adventures. It’s time to get out and enjoy autumn! 1. Take a Horseback Ride Boundary Ranch offers up one hour and longer horseback riding opportunities to enjoy
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25+ Bucket List Ideas for Fall Activities and Getaways in Ontario

25+ Bucket List Ideas for Fall Activities and Getaways in Ontario

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 truly explore. No matter what you choose to do in Ontario, there are hundreds of fun things you’ll want to add to your bucket list this fall. Here are just 25+ ideas to add to your Fall bucket list. **We have given about 3 to 5 places where you can visit for each idea. To reduce travel during COVID-19, search for similar places near you. Kindly follow health guidelines, local bylaws and please
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Fun Things to Do in and around Hamilton during Fall

Fun Things to Do in and around Hamilton during Fall

Whether fall makes you want to cozy up indoors, walk through the city, or explore the changing natural scenery, Hamilton has something for everyone. Check out this list for 50 ideas on how to spend your fall in Hamilton and the surrounding area.
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Haunted Attractions in Manitoba

Haunted Attractions in Manitoba

Come October and ghosts and ghouls are out of control! Check out this list of attractions that offers spooktacular fun for all ages. The only question is are you brave enough?
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25 Fall Day Trips From Halifax

25 Fall Day Trips From Halifax

Fall is just around the corner, and Nova Scotians will shift from going to the beach to going to the parks. There are beautiful places to see, great food to eat, and lots of stuff to do that’s less than 3 hours away from Halifax. My personal fall day trip tips: bring gloves in your purse or jacket pockets, bring water in a reusable bottle for easy refills, and wear shoes that can deal with everything from asphalt to mud. If you do all that, you’ll stay comfortable on any adventure! Shubenacadie Provincial Wildlife Park [48 minutes from Halifax] This
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Pumpkin Patches and Corn Mazes in Metro Vancouver

Pumpkin Patches and Corn Mazes in Metro Vancouver

The best family fun fall activity that screams fall? A visit to a nearby pumpkin patch and having fun getting lost in the corn maze!! Here is a list of places to check out in Metro Vancouver!
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Corn Mazes and Pumpkin Patches near Halifax

Corn Mazes and Pumpkin Patches near Halifax

Wondering where to have some family fun time this fall? Check out this list of corn mazes and pumpkin patches near Halifax.
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U-Pick Apple Orchards in Greater Toronto Area & Hamilton

Places to Go For Apple Picking in Greater Toronto Area & Hamilton

Late summer to fall is a great time to go apple picking and there are many farms in the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area where you can pick a variety of apples - from Crimson Crisp to Ginger Gold.
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Corn Mazes and Pumpkin Patches in Manitoba

Corn Mazes and Pumpkin Patches in Manitoba

Pick a pumpkin, get best fall produce for your Thanksgiving table, go on hay rides and get lost amongst giant stalks of corn. Whether with kids or as a date, a day at the farm always fun!
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15 Fall Hikes to See Golden Larches in and Around Calgary

15 Fall Hikes to See Golden Larches in and Around Calgary

The name may not be familiar to you if you are new to Calgary, but if you are a fan of fall colours, you will recognize these beautiful trees as they start to stand out in the autumn months. From mid-September to early October every year, you can find the green of these particular larches turning a beautiful golden yellow, giving them their name. These deciduous conifers can be found in the alpine areas of the province and are well worth the effort to get to see them. Autumn hiking can be very different than spending time on the summer
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Scenic Drive Things to Do Along Cowboy TrailHighway 22 - Alberta

Scenic Drive: Things to Do Along Cowboy Trail/Highway 22 – Alberta

The Cowboy Trail (Highway 22) is a famous driving route in Alberta that takes you from the town of Mayerthorpe (90 minutes from Edmonton), south to Lundbreck, or vice versa. (We like going north to south as the scenery just gets more spectacular as you travel.) Making its way through the beautiful rolling foothills, with views of the Rockies, and farmers fields full of bright canola, tall wheat, or herds of cattle and horses flanking each side of the highway, this lovely route holds parts of Alberta’s past and some of the most interesting and beautiful scenery. You can always
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Fun Farms to Visit in Fall: Pumpkin Patches & Corn Mazes in Saskatchewan

Fun Farms to Visit in Fall: Pumpkin Patches & Corn Mazes in Saskatchewan

Have a memorable experience with your family or friends at corn mazes and pumpkin patches.Go on a date, or just for fun, these farms have a whole lot of great activities that you can enjoy. Spend your day picking pumpkins, milking goats, cuddling bunnies and come home with the best fall produce for your dinner table!
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25 of the Best Things to Do in Haliburton Highlands During Summer

25 of the Best Things to Do in Haliburton Highlands During Summer

Located 2.5 hours north of Toronto, the Haliburton Highlands is sure to steal your heart and leave you longing for a more laid-back lifestyle. While the lakes and forests in the area tend to be the focus, the Haliburton Highlands also has a thriving arts and culture community, making it ideal for family retreats or quiet getaways. A great place to escape the everyday, Haliburton Highlands is packed full of interesting and affordable things to do. If you love old town charm, art, and the outdoors this might be your ideal getaway. I. Arts and Culture 1. The Haliburton Sculpture
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10 Reasons to Visit Southern Ontario's Scenic Caves During Summer

10 Reasons to Visit Southern Ontario’s Scenic Caves During Summer

If you are in search of one place in Ontario for the whole family – from grandparents to teenagers and toddlers – then you should consider visiting Scenic Caves in Blue Mountains. From ziplines and caves for your teens to mini-train tours for grandparents and grandchild to fun walks across Southern Ontario's longest suspension bridge, Scenic Caves Nature Adventures offers year-round seasonal outdoor adventures for all ages. Here are 10 things to do when you visit Scenic Caves during the summer: 1. Caves & Caverns Explore a self-guided trail of caves, caverns and crevasses carved millions of years ago by
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15 Scenic Road Trips / Drives in Alberta

15 Scenic Road Trips / Drives in Alberta

Alberta is one of the perfect provinces for travelling, especially if you are looking for a pretty drive to keep you entertained. Of course, driving through the province invites you to discover and enjoy some spectacular scenery, such as the magnificent Rocky Mountains, the beautiful rolling foothills, and the wide-open expanses of grain planted fields and prairies. Wildlife abounds, as you can generally see deer, elk, moose, bears, foxes, and coyotes quite commonly along roadsides and in fields. Keep your eyes out for the stunning golden eagles or hawks that can sometimes be seen perched on fenceposts, or pretty songbirds
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50 Bucket List Ideas for Nova Scotia Staycation

50 Bucket List Ideas for Nova Scotia Staycation

If you’re looking for adventure, beauty, relaxation, history, incredible food, and interesting stores, you don’t have to leave the province. From Yarmouth to Meat Cove, Nova Scotia contains a vast multitude of incredible experiences. The following 50 ideas show that your staycation on this relatively small peninsular province can be everything you could ever want. **Please obey all health regulations, travel advisories by Nova Scotia Parks, Parks Canada and the local government. Stay in your trail and respect the environment. Do your own research and be aware of the current regulations before you go. ** 1. VISIT LIGHTHOUSES With rugged
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50 Bucket List Ideas For a Fun Filled Summer in Saskatchewan

50 Bucket List Ideas For a Fun Filled Summer in Saskatchewan

This land of endless prairies, rolling hills, unique sites and countless historical areas, is a draw for many travellers. If you are travelling within the province or from a different area, there is much to discover and enjoy during the summer months. Hidden gems of restaurants; off the beaten track wilderness areas; ancient sites; First Nations historic and cultural sites; endless outdoor and adventure activities; and fun places to hang out are all features of the province of Saskatchewan. Don’t forget to check out the night skies and phenomenal sunrises and sunsets in this land of the living skies. **
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25 Ways to Experience Stonehammer GeoPark in New Brunswick

25 Ways to Experience Stonehammer GeoPark in New Brunswick

Stonehammer UNESCO Global Geopark located at the confluence of the Saint John and Kennebecasis rivers covers urban, sub-urban and rural communities with the City of Saint John at the centre and protects the landscape of Southern New Brunswick was formed as continents collided, volcanoes, earthquakes, ice ages and climate changed. Stonehammer UNESCO Global Geopark is North America’s first GeoPark. You can hike, kayak, rock climb, tour and more around the park. Check out the 25 ways to experience Stonehammer Geopark listed below. The UNESCO Global Geopark is bounded on the south by the rugged coastline of the Bay of Fundy; east
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25 Unique Museums to You Should Visit in Alberta

25 Unique Museums to You Should Visit in Alberta

Alberta is home to an astounding number of museums, ranging from tiny sites to museums based on specific items, such as tractors and carriages. As well, the province boasts some of the most unusual museums in the country, including the famous Gopher Museum and the weird Museum of Fear and Wonder.
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20 Sculpture Gardens to Visit in Ontario

20 Sculpture Gardens to Visit in Ontario

Sculpture gardens are the perfect blend between nature and art, featuring art installations from local and international artists and concerning multiple different themes. As you stroll or bike through these outdoor galleries, you’ll find yourself experiencing a unique story at each location. Windsor Sculpture Park Located on the shores of the Detroit River in an outdoor space, the Windsor Sculpture Park is an outdoor sculpture museum that boasts internationally recognized contemporary works by significant artists. Address: Assumption Park, Windsor Phone: 519-253-1812 Website Cambridge Sculpture Park Tucked away by the Grand River, this sculpture park is a quiet oasis that features
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25 Places to go Hiking During Fall in Alberta

25 Places to go Hiking During Fall in Alberta

Lace up your hiking boots and experience Alberta’s autumn season in full force throughout the province!
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Visit Georges Island National Historic Site in Halifax This Summer

Visit Georges Island National Historic Site in Halifax This Summer

Georges Island National Historic Site, located in the middle of Halifax harbour is going to open to the public on a regular basis for the first time this summer. The first fortifications were established in 1750 and the island was used for military purposes until the end of the Second World War.
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50 Things to Do along River Valley Scenic Drive

New Brunswick Road Trip: 50 Things to Do Along River Valley Scenic Drive

The River Valley Scenic Drive explores two of New Brunswick’s largest cities and takes you to the western edge of the province along Saint John River. Take in the views of Eastern Canada’s longest river and experience why this drive is one of the best ways to discover New Brunswick. Find the largest waterfall east of Niagara Falls, taste New Brunswick beers and explore one of the five UNESCO Geoparks in Canada, as you drive from Edmundston to Sussex. ** Make sure you are aware of all health regulations and other travel-related information before travelling. Some places listed in this
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25 Outdoor Things to Do this Summer in Liverpool and Queens County

25 Outdoor Things to Do this Summer in Liverpool and Queens County

Hail to the Queens—well, Queens County. Nestled beside several counties, Queens holds a special place in southern Nova Scotia. They’ve got a bunch of parks, a few trails, and some uniquely beautiful spots to enjoy. When you’re in Queens County, every day is a chance for a new outdoor adventure. Go to the Beach Park Going to the beach as a family is a great way to spend a summer day. Beach Meadows Municipal Beach is only a 10-minute drive from Liverpool, and it’s a perfect place to go. Not only does it have a kilometre of gorgeous white sand,
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25 Outdoor Things to Do this Summer in and Around Shelburne

Top Things to Do Outdoors this Summer in and Around Shelburne

Home to Cape Sable Island, several beaches and trails, and some unique outdoor adventures, there’s never a dull moment in Shelburne. It’s one of the smaller Nova Scotia counties, so with a bit of careful planning, you could explore this whole list over a long weekend trip.
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50+ Outdoor Things to Do this Summer in Southeast Manitoba

50+ Outdoor Things to Do this Summer in Southeast Manitoba

Manitoba's Southeast region is a haven for the outdoor enthusiast. With a multitude of options to choose, from the mildest to the some of the most challenging activities, your time in this region is bound to be memorable. Check out these outdoor adventures you can try in Southeast Manitoba. 50 Outdoor Adventures in Manitoba **Please make sure you are aware of all travel and health advisories before planning a trip. Carry water and other essentials when you go hiking. See adventuresmart.ca for how to plan a safe outdoor trip** Crow Wing Trail This 193-km long trail is one of the
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Experience Ballet By The Ocean in New Brunswick

Experience Ballet By The Ocean in New Brunswick

Isn't there something just so calming and awe-inspiring about ballet? The swift, yet graceful movements, the elegance portrayed in every move. Now just imagine that feeling is amplified. Imagine you're sitting by the ocean, hearing the sound of waves crashing against the shore as you feel the cool summer breeze against your skin? Isn’t the thought of that just making you feel so relaxed and content? Now, what if I told you I could make that image in your head a reality? Hopefully, you’re as excited as I am because I've got great news for you! the Atlantic Ballet Atlantique
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Sunflower Fields and Mazes in Ontario For a Day Trip

Sunflower Fields and Mazes in Ontario For a Day Trip

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.
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50 Things to Do Along the Acadian Coastal Drive - New Brunswick

50 Things to Do Along the Acadian Coastal Drive – New Brunswick Road Trip

Following the Gulf of St. Lawrence, the Acadian Coastal Drive showcases New Brunswick’s rich Acadian heritage. The Acadian Coastal Drive can be started at any point in the approximately 750km scenic route. Check out some of the 50 activities listed below when you travel down the Acadian Coastal Drive.
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25 Things to Do This Summer in Windsor and Hants County

25 Things to Do This Summer in and Around Windsor

Hants County is an interesting part of Nova Scotia. It holds history going back to the American Revolution, and it has new spaces to explore nature. It has places that transform from winter to summer, providing different kinds of adventure. It’s along the Bay of Fundy, but it also touches the edge of the HRM County. Wherever you go in Hants County, you’re sure to enjoy its natural beauty in a meaningful and memorable way.
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25 Outdoor Things to Do This Summer Lunenburg County

25 Outdoor Things to Do This Summer Lunenburg County

The human settlements in Lunenburg show the history and creativity of the region, but their true riches lie in the natural spaces they’ve created. Whether it’s six trails that connect in various points, blue rocks in the water, mountain biking or going to an art park, Lunenburg County’s got it, and just looking at the places will be enough to put your soul at ease.
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50+ Bucket List Ideas for a Summer Staycation in Alberta

50+ Bucket List Ideas for a Summer Staycation in Alberta

Alberta is very much a province of contrasts. With the wild open fields of the prairies, visitors and residents will find endless opportunities to watch incredible sunrises and sunsets and discover the history of farming in the area, not to mention the activities that can go along with this beautiful landscape. Whether you are looking for relaxing activities or adrenaline-pumping adventures, here is a list of 50+ ideas for an Alberta staycation.
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20+ Reasons Why You Should Visit Grande Cache - Alberta

20+ Reasons Why You Should Visit Grande Cache – Alberta

If you haven’t been to Grande Cache, you haven’t really experienced the Alberta Rockies wilderness and the phenomenal activities and gorgeous scenery that goes along with it. Located next to Jasper National Park, the town got its name from a Hudson’s Bay Company fur trader who cached a large supply of fur in the area during one of the winters between 1818 and 1821, and original traders routes are still travelled today by adventurers who want to experience hiking, biking or horseback riding in the area. Along with historical aspects of the town, you can enjoy some good food, a
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Sunflower Fields and Sunflower Mazes to Visit in Alberta

Sunflower Fields and Sunflower Mazes to Visit in Alberta

Flowers gardens attract many and when it comes to the sunflowers, their blossom and charm spread a unique glory across the miles. Make the most of your summer days with your family and friends in the lap of nature with these astonishing sunflower fields and mazes. Alberta is flooded with awe-inspiring scenic beauties and these blossoms of Sunflower fields provide enhanced fascinations to fill your summer with bright yellow memories. Whether you want to brighten your Instagram wall or want a fun family photo, here is a list of Sunflower fields and mazes across Alberta that you can visit.
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Top Things to Do in Sundre

Top Things to Do in Sundre

Located in the Mountain View County, approximately 90 minutes northwest of Calgary and 70 minutes northwest of Red Deer, Sundre makes for an ideal day trip destination and a quick weekend getaway to enjoy the foothills Rocky Mountains with the crowds of Kananaskis Country. See wild horses roaming free, enjoy white water rafting and stay one of the many campgrounds found in the town. 1. See Wild Horses Ever wanted to see wild horses roaming the foothills of the mountains? Then head to Sundre. As you drive from Sundre to Ya Ha Tinda Ranch in Clearwater Country, you might see
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50 Things to Do at Fundy GeoPark

50 Things to Do at Fundy GeoPark

Cliffs of Fundy GeoPark was just designated UNESCO site. The Cliffs of Fundy Geopark stretches 125 kilometres, with about 40 designated sites from Debert to the Three Sisters cliffs past Eatonville — and out to Isle Haute in the Bay of Fundy. See the world’s highest tides and Canada’s oldest dinosaur fossils, while exploring stunning landscapes that are steeped in Mi’kmaq and Acadian legends. Here are 50 things to do when you are visiting Fundy GeoPark. Colchester County Area Outdoor Things to Do during Summer in Truro and Colchester County Cliffs of Fundy Welcome Centre See where the oldest dinosaur
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25 Outdoor Things to Do this Summer in and Around Guysborough

25 Outdoor Things to Do this Summer in and Around Guysborough

Named after Sir Guy Carleton, the history of Guysborough county can be explored through several of the outdoor sites mentioned below, stretching back almost 300 years. There’s also a great diversity of natural beauty, so you’re sure to find something that catches your mind and captures your imagination. If you’re looking for longer outdoor adventures by land or sea, you’ll find those here too! Head for the Berries If you’re looking for a wild coastline day hike, you should check out Berry Head Light Trail. This 8km trail takes you past multiple coves as you navigate the coastline. You’ll also
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25 Things to Do Outdoors This Summer in Halifax & HRM

25 Things to Do Outdoors This Summer in Halifax & HRM

Halifax Regional Municipality is the most densely populated in Nova Scotia, and there are tons of outdoor places to explore. These places also have the benefit of being fairly close to cities or towns, so it’s easy to make an escape for nap time (or if you just want burgers). On top of that, several are close together, so you can hit a few of them in one day. Here is a list of 25 things to do outdoors this summer in and around Halifax. Play at the Park Point Pleasant Park is…well, it is a pleasant place to go,
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25 Things to Do this Summer in Richmond County

25 Things to Do this Summer in Richmond County

Richmond County is the smallest in Cape Breton, but there’s still plenty to do outside. With a variety of activities on land and sea, Everything being close means you can hit as many of these locations as you want in just a few days!
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15 Reasons to Explore Saint Boniface – Winnipeg

Saint Boniface is the home of the largest francophone community in Western Canada. The region is well known as being in the centre of the struggle to maintain the language and cultural identity of the French and Métis inhabitants. It is a place with deep roots in history with more than 35 designated historical sites. Although a part of Winnipeg, this region with its unique architectural heritage, has an identity of its own which becomes evident as soon as you cross the Esplanade Riel. Here are 15 reasons why you should not miss this part of Winnipeg. You might like:
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Top Outdoor Things to Do this Summer in Sydney and Cape Breton County

Top Outdoor Things to Do this Summer in Sydney and Cape Breton County

Cape Breton County is the most populated part of Cape Breton Island, with the capital city of Sydney in the middle (almost). This is a county rich in diverse history, and the names and locations of outdoor places reflect this history. Here is a list of 25 places to enjoy summer outdoors in and around Sydney.
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50+ Bucket List Ideas for a Summer Staycation in British Columbia

50+ Bucket List Ideas for a Summer Staycation in British Columbia

British Columbia is a mecca for outdoor and adventure lovers, as there is a multitude of activities available, and is well known for activities like hiking, boating, or fishing. However, there are a lot of other fun, and sometimes quite unique sites and activities that can be experienced here. The scenery throughout the province is incredible, from the coastal waters to the inland lakes and high peaks of the mountains, so no matter where you go or what you do, you know you will be surrounded by beauty. There are plenty of places to stay, fantastic places to eat, and
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Corn Mazes in Alberta

Corn Mazes in Alberta

Where else can be getting lost be fun than at a life-size maze! Put down the iPads & tablets and get down to the maze for a reality game time made of growing creative designs that changes every year. Alberta is also home to the maze that holds Guiness record for the largest Q code. Large area mazes have bridges interspersed among the trails, that will help the 'lost' to re-plan their 'way-out' strategy. Most of the mazes mentioned have pumpkin picking during fall and 'fright night' fun/flash lit nights around halloween. In case of inclement weather or during periods of rainfall, call and check for
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25 Ideas for a Summer Staycation in Nova Scotia

25 Ideas for a Summer Staycation in Nova Scotia

Offering beaches, forests, wineries, and so much more to see and do, why would you need to leave Nova Scotia for a vacation? Take a staycation and experience what makes Nova Scotia truly special. So, do something different this summer and check out the 25 activities that you can do for a Nova Scotian staycation. Find Local Waterfalls Go off the beaten path to find the breathtaking waterfalls. Many Nova Scotian waterfalls are hidden in provincial parks. Get ready for a hike when looking for waterfalls. Check out our list of 25 waterfalls you can visit. The Cliffs of Fundy
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25 Ideas for a Summer Staycation on Prince Edward Island

25 Ideas for a Summer Staycation on Prince Edward Island

There are plenty of incredible adventures to be had closer to home, so head out and explore all the wonders that this beautiful island has to offer. Pack up the car and get ready for a fantastic Island Staycation. Here are 25 staycation ideas that will make you happy that you stayed on Prince Edward Island. Explore the Culinary Trail From farm and sea, PEI is home to premium food and amazing meals. Hop on Canada's Food Island Culinary Trail to sample what this beautiful island has to offer. Meet the farmers and fishers to get the ingredients to the
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25 Ideas for a Summer Staycation in New Brunswick

25 Ideas for a Summer Staycation in New Brunswick

A vacation doesn’t have to include hours of travelling or even leaving New Brunswick. Get out and explore your own back yard, and see what this beautiful province has to offer. Here are just 25 ideas of things to do for a staycation in New Brunswick.
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25 Ideas for a Summer Staycation in Newfoundland & Labrador

25 Ideas for a Summer Staycation in Newfoundland & Labrador

An exciting vacation doesn’t always mean that you have to travel far from home to have a good time. There are plenty of places to visit and activities to do without leaving Newfoundland. So, make a plan and explore what makes Newfoundland special.
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COVID-19: Tourist Attractions Open Now in Toronto and GTA

COVID-19: Tourist Attractions Open Now in Toronto and GTA

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 that are now open. Do remember to wear masks and buy tickets in advance. The Aga Khan Museum The Aga Khan Museum provides visitors with a window into the artistic, intellectual, and scientific contributions of Muslim civilizations to world heritage. Where: 77 Wynford Drive, Toronto Reopening Date: Open Now, Open daily (reopened June 27th) Tue, Thu, Fri, Sat, Sun : 10 AM – 6 PM Wednesdays : 10 AM – 8 PM (Free
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50 Bucket List Ideas for Summer in Ontario

50 Bucket List Ideas for Summer in Ontario

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.
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Road Trip Saskatchewan: Grasslands National Park to Prince Albert National Park

Road Trip Saskatchewan: Grasslands National Park to Prince Albert National Park

There are only two national parks in the province of Saskatchewan, and each offers a perfect look at the unique differences of the varied landscapes of Saskatchewan. This road trip will take you to both the parks with some great stops in between.
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West Coast Circle Road Trip Itinerary: Calgary - Jasper - Vancouver - Tofino - Okanagan - Calgary

West Coast Circle Road Trip Itinerary: Calgary – Jasper – Vancouver – Tofino – Okanagan – Calgary

Whether you are a Canadian traveller or someone visiting our great country from overseas, the province of British Columbia, along with the Rocky Mountains in Alberta, is a fantastic place to spend a couple of weeks exploring. We start our suggested itinerary in the city of Calgary, Alberta, and continue on through the phenomenally beautiful Rocky Mountains to the coastal areas of British Columbia and then returning to Calgary along a different, though still amazing, route. There are many fantastic places to visit, many more than what we can list here, but this will give you a hint of what
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25 Things to Do this Summer In and Around Nanaimo

25 Things to Do this Summer In and Around Nanaimo

Vancouver Island is passionate about the outdoors and passionate about everyone experiencing it in all of its natural glory! There is plenty to see but the Island can feel dauting – no worries, we have set out 25 of the top outdoor activities in and around Nanaimo including Qualicum Beach and Parksville, where you can experience something new each and every day. You may like: Fun Things to Do with Kids in Nanaimo 1. Visit a memorable waterfall at Ammonite Falls This natural attraction has been a hit with visitors for a few hundred million years! Ammonite Falls will be
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25 Top Outdoor Summer Adventures in Inverness County

25 Outdoor Summer Adventures in Inverness County

Inverness County is known for great golfing, great music, and the Great Outdoors. Inverness has a distinct look and feel, even to the rest of Cape Breton, and its charm lies in this experience of uniqueness. You’ll find several familiar activities on this list, but they’ll all offer the Inverness flavour and make your time outdoors special. If you’ve never been to Cape Breton, this is a great place to start. Find Eco-Chic Under the Dome The way we travel has become more and more varied, and there’s a place for everyone. True North Destinations is the perfect place to
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25 Things to Do this Summer in Baddeck & Victoria County

25 Things to Do this Summer in Baddeck & Victoria County

Victoria County encompasses some of the wildest places in Cape Breton. The Cape Breton Highlands Park is the major feature, but you’ll also find adventures on the Cabot Trail and the Bras D’Or Lakes around Baddeck. Wherever you go, make sure you’re ready to take pictures, explore, and enjoy natural beauty of all kinds. Important Note: Since the Cape Breton Highlands Park is so big, there are several entries here for different places within its borders. Having been several times, I can assure you that you could spend several days within the Park and still not see all it has
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Summer Activities in Edmonton

Summer Activities in Edmonton

Searching for Family Fun in and around Edmonton OR things to do for a day out with friends? Though COVID-19 has caused the cancellation of almost all summer festivals, there are still many activities you can enjoy this summer in and around Edmonton.
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Top Beaches to Visit this Summer in Ontario - Cleanest Beaches of Ontario

Top Beaches to Visit this Summer in Ontario – Cleanest Beaches of Ontario

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 there is not only safe but sustainable. The Blue Flag is one of the world's most well-recognized eco-labels and in order to qualify, a beach must meet and continue to maintain a series of environmental, educational, safety, and accessibility criteria. Regular spot checks of water quality are conducted throughout the season. To be certified, "A Blue Flag beach must have at least one sampling point, which must be located where the concentration of
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Outdoor Swimming Pools Are Open Now in Toronto - Map

Outdoor Swimming Pools Are Open Now in Toronto – Map

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 and splash pads as part of the SwimTO program. All 140 splash pad locations across Toronto are also open. Summerville, Alexandra Park and Kiwanis outdoor pools will open following the completion of the planned state of good repair projects. The pools will stay open until the Labour Day weekend, while the splash pads will close on September 13. The number of swimmers and non-swimmers allowed has been reduced to 25 per cent of
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U-Pick Strawberry Farms in Greater Toronto Area & Hamilton

U-Pick Strawberry Farms in Greater Toronto Area & Hamilton

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 local farmer, there is a wide variety of U-pick berry farms! **Call before travelling to make sure they are open and to know about the availability of strawberries to pick** Strawberries are available to pick from Mid June to Mid July. Robintide Farms Robintide Farms is a family farm business in Vaughan that has provided the GTA with fantastic farm-fresh food, agricultural products and various horse-related services since 1967! The farm allows you
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Ontario Road Trip: Discover 11 Islands on the Long Sault Parkway

Ontario Road Trip: Discover 11 Islands on the Long Sault Parkway

Set between the major cities of Kingston and Montreal is the Long Sault Parkway, a 10-kilometre long road that connects a collection of eleven islands on the St. Lawrence River. The parkway is visually beautiful and has significant history surrounding it, and a drive around the area allows you to explore the wonders and stories of the attractions along the way. The area surrounding the parkway was flooded in 195os to construct Moses-Saunders Power Dam and to expand St. Lawrence Seaway. The 11 islands in the Long Sault Parkway are the highest points that remained after the flooding. 1. The
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15 Scenic Lookouts In and Around Ottawa

15 Scenic Lookouts In and Around Ottawa

What better time of the year than the heart of summer to explore nature and enjoy the many scenic lookouts around Ottawa? This list provides 15 must-visit lookouts in and around Ottawa and Gatineau area where you can enjoy panoramic views and both hidden gems and well-known spots in the outdoors. 25 Fabulous Scenic Lookouts to Visit in Ontario Rock Dunder Rock Dunder is a wilderness area with tons of geological wonders found within it. The Morton Bay Loop and the Summit Loop both take visitors to incredible lookouts of Morton Bay and the Rideau Waterway. Address: Stanley Lash Ln,
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7 Places to Go Lazy River Floating or Tubing in Ontario

7 Places to Go Lazy River Floating or Tubing in Ontario

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 safe and surrounded by some of the province’s best examples of nature, and this list will direct you to the best places to go tubing. Kaministiquia River, Thunder Bay (River Rat Rentals) The Kaministiquia River, also known as the Kam River, is a natural beauty for a relaxing day out on the water. River Rat Rentals provides tube and transportation to the starting point for a comprehensive no-fuss experience. Cost: $15 for adults,
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25 of the Best Things to Do this Summer in Antigonish County

25 of the Best Things to Do this Summer in Antigonish County

Antigonish County is perhaps best known for being home to St. Francis Xavier University (St. FX), but there’s so much more to do here. You can find whatever part of the outdoors you love best and have a tremendous time exploring it. From 4 million-year-old-rocks to a modern day amusement park, you’ll become part of the story of the county, and it will become part of your story too.
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25 of the Best Things to Do this Summer in Pictou County

25 of the Best Things to Do this Summer in Pictou County

Pictou County can be distinguished by its variety of stories. You’ve got stories of peoples coming together and learning how to live with each other, stories of people creating spaces to live and learn together outside, and stories of the natural world all over the county. Wherever you spend your time in Pictou, you’ll hear these stories and watch them play out. Come visit, and add your own stories to the tapestry.
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Fun Things to Do With Kids This Summer in and Around Saskatoon

Fun Things to Do With Kids This Summer in and Around Saskatoon

Looking for fun ways to spend summer holidays with kids in Saskatoon? Here is a list of fun things to do in and around Saskatoon during summer (June to Labour Day). Few ideas for day trips and weekend getaways are also included.
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Wikwemikong: Explore Rugged Landscapes of Canada’s Only Officially Recognized Unceded Territory With Indigenous Knowledge Keepers

Wikwemikong: Explore Rugged Landscapes of Canada’s Only Officially Recognized Unceded Territory With Indigenous Knowledge Keepers

Located on Odawa Mnis (Manitoulin Island)—the ancestral home of the Anishnaabek people of the Three Fires Confederacy (Ojibwe, Odawa, Pottawatomi), Wikwemikong offers an experience unlike any other in Canada.
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Fun Things to Do With Your Kids This Summer in Winnipeg

70+ Fun Things to Do With Kids This Summer in and Around Winnipeg

A list of fun things to do in and around Winnipeg during summer (June to Labour Day) - includes free activities, festivals, attractions, must do events and more!
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25 Places to Visit in Canada with Guinness Records

25 Places to Visit in Canada with Guinness Records

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 time. After an argument with some friends about the fastest game bird in Europe and not being able to find any reference on the subject, Sir Beaver came up with a promotional idea for Guinness – a book of facts and figures based on winning pub arguments! Aided by two researchers, the first one took thirteen weeks to compile and since then has been a bestseller every year. Canadians have set thousands of
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15+ Waterfalls to Visit in and Around Ottawa

15+ Waterfalls to Visit in and Around Ottawa

Ottawa is surrounded by some of Ontario’s most stunning waterfalls. Although most of the province’s famous falls are located in the south, there are still some worthwhile waterfalls to visit on a journey into nature, such as the notable Rideau Falls and the beautiful Chutes Coulonge. Rideau Falls The Rideau Falls located in Rideau Falls Park are two powerful and significant waterfalls located in the Ottawa area, situated near land where its usage dates back to the 1800s. It is surrounded by some of the province’s most notable landmarks. Parking is available at the park. Address: 50 Sussex Drive, Ottawa
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20 Scenic Restaurant Patios For Summer in Ottawa

20 Scenic Restaurant Patios For Summer in Ottawa

As stay-at-home measures have started to relax and summer is in full storm, head out to a sunny patio in Ottawa to enjoy the beautiful weather and some amazing food and drink. This list includes patios that are now welcoming customers to drink cocktails and craft beers, and snack on bar food or dine on scrumptious dishes for lunch and dinner. Copper Spirits and Sights Copper Spirits and Sights is an indoor-outdoor lounge that is set on top of the lovely Andaz hotel. Sip on fancy cocktails, listen to weekend DJs, and enjoy panoramic city views. Address: 325 Dalhousie Street,
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What's Open in Niagara Falls: 40+ Things to Do in Niagara Falls this Summer during COVID-19

What’s Open in Niagara Falls: 40+ Things to Do in Niagara Falls this Summer during COVID-19

Niagara Falls is welcoming tourists once again from June 19th as Niagara Region is allowed to move into Stage 2 of Ontario's reopening strategy. Many attractions will reopen on June 19th with physical distancing and other COVID-19 safety measures in place. Most of the attractions will reopen by July 1st, 2020. Must-Visit Nature Attractions & Hiking Trails in the Niagara Falls Region Before You Go: Buy Tickets Online as Timed Tickets will be offered at many places. Face masks are required at some attractions. In addition to the attractions, retail stores and restaurants with outdoor seating will also be open
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10 Places to Go Picnicking or Walking on the Ocean Floor in Canada

10 Places to Go Picnicking or Walking on the Ocean Floor in Canada

Selling out within minutes in 2019, The Flying Apron Inn & Cookery’s Dining on the Ocean Floor event at Burntcoat Head Park took beach picnicking to a new level. Do not let #FOMA despair you because you can still experience what is like to dine on the ocean floor (often for free) since many beaches during low tide expose parts of the ocean floor. Make sure to check tide times before heading out onto any beach for a picnic. Check out the list below that has 10 places where you can go picnicking or walking on the ocean floor across
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Top Outdoor Things to Do during Summer in Amherst and Cumberland County

Top Outdoor Things to Do during Summer in Amherst and Cumberland County

Cumberland County lets you experience Nova Scotia waters of Bay of Fundy and Northumberland Strait, so drink in your fill. There’s a big emphasis in this county on birds and berries in a bunch of different ways, but there’s also places to find cool rocks, enjoy the water, and get into the wilderness. Grab the sunscreen, a bathing suit, and shorts with pockets, and you’ll be ready to go into Cumberland County! Things to Do in Colchester County Venture Deep into the Cape Cape Chignecto Provincial Park is a park full of extremes. You’ll find 600ft tall cliffs above the
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Outdoor Things to Do during Summer in Truro and Colchester County

Outdoor Things to Do during Summer in Truro and Colchester County

In Colchester County, you’ll find a wide variety of natural activities. One thing that connects them is the history you’ll experience. From art to agriculture, Indigenous to immigrants, these places will help you learn more about the county’s history. And since yesterday can be history too, there are some more modern places to have fun that will make you excited for the future in Colchester. Watch A Mill At Work Like many other mills in Nova Scotia, the Balmoral Grist Mill was built in the 1800s, 1874 to be precise. Unlike other mills, this grist mill is still functioning. The
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Must Do Boat Tours and Scenic Cruises in British Columbia

Must Do Boat Tours and Scenic Cruises in British Columbia

The coastline of the province makes up 10% of the Canadian coastline, so taking a scenic cruise to explore the area is worthwhile. There are 40,000 islands of varying sizes, including Vancouver Island and Haida Gwaii, and with these islands, the total length of the coast is over 25,725 kilometres. The coastline's geography is made up of heavily indented areas creating fjords, with the dominating features of the Insular Mountains and the Coast Mountains viewable from the water. The gorgeous scenery and chances to see ocean life make this the perfect area to spend some time on a boat. There
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25 Must Do Activities in Kootenay National Park

25 Must Do Activities in Kootenay National Park

Kootenay National Park was created way back in 1920, as a means to create a new road through the Rockies, and visitors are now so thankful that it was. The incredible beauty of the area is found in every waterfall, river, crevasse, mountaintop, and valley. You can explore by car or on foot, or a mixture of the two, whichever suits you best. Part of the UNESCO Canadian Rocky Mountain Parks World Heritage Site, there are no towns within the park itself, but accommodations can be found nearby in Radium Hot Springs, and Banff.
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25 Things to Do at During Summer at Waskesiu and Prince Albert National Park

25 Things to Do at During Summer at Waskesiu and Prince Albert National Park

At 3874 square kilometers in size, there’s a ton of adventure to be had in Prince Albert National Park. The Saskatchewan town of Waskesiu, located in the park, is a hotspot tourist destination and features many wonderful opportunities for family activities, fishing, camping, cabin rentals, golf, shopping, hitting the beach, swimming, hiking, and more. The park features many more fun activities including amazing canoe and kayak routes, ziplining, horseback riding, fishing, beautiful campgrounds, sandy beaches, scenic hiking and biking trails, and more.
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25 Outdoor Activities & Summer Adventures King’s County

25 Outdoor Activities & Summer Adventures King’s County

King’s County is…well, it’s a bit confusing. It’s confusing because this is where you find the Annapolis Valley. Not in Annapolis County, but in King’s County. Ah well, someone had to draw the line somewhere. This also means that a visit to this county lets you enjoy all this incredible Valley has to offer, along with the New Minas Basin and Gaspereau. The outdoors comes in many forms in King’s County, and they’re all just waiting for your visit. Take a Tidal Hike If you’ve had fun at Kingsport Beach but want to have an adventure, hike 4km and you’ll
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14 Suspension and Scenic Bridges to Explore in Ontario

14 Suspension and Scenic Bridges to Explore in Ontario

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 biking and hiking, and others are known for their scenic views and historically and culturally significant landscape. Either way, these bridges will take you past some of Ontario’s best scenery. Eagle Canyon Adventures Suspension Bridge The Eagle Canyon Adventures is home to Canada’s longest foot suspension bridge, spanning 600 feet across the canyon at 152 feet above the canyon. This thrilling bridge is part of a wonderful nature journey through the wilderness and
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25 Fabulous Scenic Lookouts to Visit in Ontario

25 Fabulous Scenic Lookouts to Visit in Ontario

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.
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25 Outdoor Activities & Adventures in Annapolis County

25 Outdoor Activities & Adventures in Annapolis County

Explore the towns and communities of Annapolis County. The following is a list of some of the outdoor activity highlights, ranging from simple strolls to experiencing the power of the ocean for energy. Make sure you pack sunscreen and snacks! Learn About Renewable Energy at the Source The Annapolis Causeway holds incredible power. It’s the site of the Annapolis Tidal Generating Station, which gets renewable energy from the Bay of Fundy. There’s a park close by and a short trail, but if you want to see the station up close you can absolutely do that. You can visit the information
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30 Must Do Outdoor Activities & Adventures in St John's and Avalon Peninsula

30 Must Do Outdoor Activities & Adventures in St John’s and Avalon Peninsula

Get ready to enjoy the great outdoors at your own pace. The Avalon Peninsula is home to beautiful sandy beaches, challenging hikes, lush green forests, and much more. Now that the sun is shining and the days are warm, it is time to head outside and take in nature. Here are just 30 outdoor adventures around St. John’s and the Avalon Peninsula to get you started. 25 of the Best Walks & Hikes in St John’s and Avalon Peninsula Explore the War Path to the Otter Rub Also called The Warpath, the Otter Rub Trail explores Arnold's Cove. Arnold’s Cove
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Must Visit Nature Attractions in Manitoba

Must Visit Nature Attractions in Manitoba

Explore the unique natural beauty that is Manitoba. The tundra landscape of Churchill, the sand dunes of Spruce woods, the snakes at Narcisse, the crystal clear waters of Clearwater Lake, the vast natural beauty of Riding Mountain, not to mention the undisturbed wilderness of Atikaki, these are just some of the well known natural attractions in Manitoba. Listed here are 20+ must-visit natural attractions in Manitoba. 1. Clearwater Lake Located in Clearwater Lake Provincial Park, Clearwater Lake is aptly named. The lake is so sparklingly clear that you can see all the way to the bottom, even 35 feet below
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10 of the Best Hikes in Gros Morne National Park

10 of the Best Hikes in Gros Morne National Park

Explore the ancient landscape and take in the breathtakingly beautiful views of Gros Morne National Park location in Newfoundland and Labrador. Whether you enjoy walking along the coastline or hiking up a mountain, Gros Morne has a trail for you. Listed below, in no particular order, are just ten of the best hikes in Gros Morne National Park that you should be sure to do when you visit Gros Morne. **Arranged in no particular order** Tablelands Trail This relaxing hiking trail follows the old rail roadbed at the base of the mountain. If you are looking for a shorter hike,
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20 Must Visit Nature Spots in New Brunswick

20 Must Visit Nature Spots in New Brunswick

Enjoy the glorious natural hotspots in New Brunswick through hiking or a leisurely walk. From fabulous options to enjoy various migratory birds that visit the province to walking on the ocean floor, here are 20 places to enjoy nature in New Brunswick. ** Make sure you are aware of all health regulations and other travel-related information before travelling. Check whether places are open before travelling. ** 19 Unique Places to Visit in New Brunswick 50 Outdoor Adventures During Summer in New Brunswick 1. Sackville Waterfowl Park - Sackville Sackville is one of New Brunswick’s best-kept secrets. As it sits on
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