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15 Fall Colour Driving Routes in Central Ontario

15 Fall Colour Driving Routes in Central Ontario

Autumn is an awesome time to hit the road and see the lush greenness of fields and the vibrant colour in the leaves as they turn gold and auburn. Enjoy the roads before the snow comes as you explore the middle of the province and its rising ridges, scenic landscapes and gentle, rolling hills. The roads beckon so get out and explore! For more ideas, see: 15 towns to visit in Central Ontario. Have multiple days? Then, go on Road Trip along Trent Severn Waterway You may also like: Highway 7 Road Trip Muskoka Chair Tour Get out of the car
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20 Things to Do This Fall in and Around Halton Region

20 Things to Do This Fall in and Around Halton 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.
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Science North's Spooky Big Nickel Show & PumpkInferno is Perfect for a Halloween Family Trip to Sudbury

Science North’s Spooky Big Nickel Show & PumpkInferno is Perfect for a Halloween Family Trip to Sudbury

If you are searching for a safe Halloween trip for the whole family, then Sudbury's Science North is hosting spooky but incredibly fun activities this Halloween at Dynamic Earth. Set outdoors, Halloween at Dynamic Earth features an insanely huge collection of 5000 hand-carved glowing pumpkins (PumpkinInferno)that will blow your mind. You’ll be amazed at the range of incredibly cute and scary faces carved into the pumpkins and if you can find the greatest number of hidden objects in the PumpkinInferno scavenger hunt, you’ll win a prize! They even have a grand entrance planned for you where you'll be led to PumpkinInferno
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Go on This Ultimate Fall Colour Adventure High Above the Forest Floor at World’s Longest Tree Canopy Walkway

Go on This Ultimate Fall Colour Adventure High Above the Forest Floor at World’s Longest Tree Canopy Walkway

Go on a breathtaking journey across Haliburton Forest that includes a scenic drive through a forest, a canoe tour across a wilderness lake, a guided walk along the Pelaw River Rapids and a walk high above the ground through the treetops and via half a kilometre long canopy boardwalk.
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25 Fall Day Trips From Ottawa

25 Fall Day Trips From Ottawa

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.
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25+ Things to Do This Fall in the Durham Region

25+ Things to Do This Fall in the Durham Region

The Durham Region's Oak Ridges Moraine bursts with colour in the fall. It is also famous for beautiful conservation areas and opportunities to hike and cycle. There are also plenty of agri-fun in the Durham Region: get lost in the corn maze, go apple picking or pumpkins for Jack-O-Lantern. You’re spoiled for choice with activities and chances to wind down, and fall is an amazing time to take advantage of that. Here are 25 of the best things to do this Fall in Durham Region. Contents I. Events & Festivals II. Agricultural/Harvest Events/Activities III. Outdoor Activities I. Events & Festivals
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Fall Fun in Sudbury

Fun Things to Do This Fall in Greater Sudbury

The fifth-largest city in Ontario, Greater Sudbury has a wealth of culture – with its mining past, Franco-Ontarian population that influences its arts and culture, and beautiful geography, you’re bound to find something fun to do this fall. This list complies 25 exciting things to do to enhance your fall season. What's New Attend a New Art Exhibit The Art Gallery of Sudbury is displaying 'Mary Wrinch: Painted From Life' the first public display of the AGO’s watercolour miniature portraits on ivory. Painted in the early 1900s, these portraits document the unique fashion style of the time and is also
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25 Bucketlist Fall Activities and Getaways in New Brunswick

25 Bucketlist Fall Activities and Getaways in New Brunswick

Crisp days and beautiful autumn scenery make fall the best time to explore New Brunswick. There are lots of fall fun to be had across the province for locals and visitors alike to enjoy. Spend your days off this fall doing some of the 25 fall activities listed below and check them off your bucket list. **We have given 2 to 5 places for each activity. To reduce travel during COVID-19, search for similar places near you. Kindly follow health guidelines, local bylaws, keep to the trail, respect public & private property and please leave no trace.** 1. The Grande
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25+ Things to Do This Fall in York Region

25+ Things to Do This Fall in York Region

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.
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5/15 Fermentation Trail: Taste Your Way Through These Breweries on PEI

5/15 Fermentation Trail: Taste Your Way Through These Breweries on PEI

Set out on a journey to discover the finest fermented drinks on PEI's Queens County with a visit to five breweries. There are a total of 5 alcoholic beverage producers, that are just 15 minutes away from each other, hence the name 5/15 Fermentation Trail.
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Fun Things to Do Around Medicine Hat During Fall

Fun Things to Do Around Medicine Hat During Fall

Summer might be ending but fall in Medicine Hat gives us plenty to look forward to as the leaves change and the weather cools. On a day or weekend trip to Medicine Hat, you can choose from a variety of activities to make the best of a crisp fall day: these experiences take you to festivals, markets, local vendors and businesses, and the best of the Cypress County’s natural surroundings. For outdoor recreation, you can stay in the city to enjoy the South Saskatchewan River, large city parks, or river valley trails. And nearby are several other trails, the famous
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Take a Scenic Train Ride Near London on One of the Oldest Railway Lines in Ontario

Take a Scenic Train Ride Near London on One of the Oldest Railway Lines in Ontario

Experience a train ride through the scenic Kettle Creek Valley over a portion of the former London & Port Stanley Railway. Themed tours include Easter Egg Hunt, Mothers Day, Father’s Day, Thanksgiving, Murder Mystery Train, Pumpkin Train, Halloween Train and Santa Train.
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Where to See Salmon Run in and Around Greater Toronto Area

Where to See Salmon Run in and Around Greater Toronto Area

Here are few places to go within GTA, Hamilton and Collingwood to see the once silver coloured fish, that is now almost black in colour, making the final trip of their lives.
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Fun Farms to Visit in Hamilton During Fall

Fun Farms to Visit in Hamilton During Fall

Farm visits, especially in the fall, are a wonderful time to create lasting memories with family and friends. Enjoy everything from apple picking to corn mazes and wagon rides and fun games during your visit. Fun Things to Do in and around Hamilton during Fall Puddicombe Farms Puddicombe Farms is a family-run fruit farm, winery, and cidery, where one can not only enjoy the fresh air of the countryside but also enjoy the taste of fresh food and fun games. September and October is a good time to visit when you can pick apples, sunflowers, train rides, and pumpkins, enjoy
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15 Things to Do During Fall Around Grande Prairie

15 Things to Do During Fall Around Grande Prairie

The entire Grande Prairie County is an excellent place for a fall drive: you are between foothills and boreal forest which display a rich array of colours this time of year. As you drive around, you’ll find plenty to do as well, including fall-themed activities, outdoor recreation between the Provincial Parks, and a few events you can’t experience anywhere else. Fall is an especially cool time in Grande Prairie as these months offer excellent birdwatching and plenty of opportunities to see more rare species. West of the city are the Saskatoon Island Provincial Park and Bird Sanctuary, and east of
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Fall Resort Getaways

15 Resort Getaways During Fall in Ontario

As fall approaches in Ontario, the changing colours of foliage are truly a sight you don’t want to miss. These colours are especially breathtaking during late September and October. What better way to fully appreciate this natural scenery than to book a relaxing trip before the holiday season?
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10 Fantastic Fall Activities in Ontario

10 Fantastic Fall Activities 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!
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Haunted Corn Mazes & Farms in Ontario

Haunted Corn Mazes & Farms in Ontario

This Halloween, you never know what might be around the next corner at these farms haunted by children of the corn!
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Fall Fests, Apples, Corn Mazes, Pumpkins: Fun Vancouver Area Family Farms to Visit During Fall

Fall Festivals: Family Farms in Vancouver Area to Visit During Fall

If you’re yet to experience the fun of farms in the fall, it’s a great way to pick your tasty fruit, connect with nature and importantly, support small local farms and businesses. Luckily, Vancouver, and nearby areas, are home to lots of exciting spots - below are some of the best! Riverside Cranberries Visit Riverside Cranberries to explore a cranberry bog and see how this Thanksgiving staple is being harvested. You can also plunge into a field of floating cranberries for a true hands on experience. How Much: $9.50 to $14.99 Where: Riverside Cranberry Farm, 26885 88 Avenue, Langley City
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30+ Fun Fall Activities in and Around London

30+ Fun Fall Activities in and Around London

30+ Fun Fall Activities in and Around London Celebrate fall in London with corn mazes, tours, and wonderful music. Check out this list of 30+ activities you can do in London. You might like: Fun Things to Do This Fall in Southwestern Ontario Pizza and Wine Show On October 8 and 9, enjoy a Pizza and Wine Festival outside on Market Square! Fall Hikes There are many of nature’s hidden gems in the city of London, some of which are designated as Environmentally Significant Areas (ESAs) in both urban and agricultural settings. Visit some of those areas and enjoy sweater
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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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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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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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40+ Fun Fall Activities in and Around Kitchener - Waterloo Region - 2021

40+ Fun Fall Activities in and Around Kitchener – Waterloo Region – 2021

From corn mazes to fabulous fall festivals, there are plenty of ways to celebrate fall in KW Region. Check out this list of 40 activities you can do in Kitchener - Waterloo Region.
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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

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.
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Corn Mazes PEI

Corn Mazes to Get Lost on Prince Edward Island

Spend this fall making beautiful memories with your family and friends when you go on a field trip and experience the wonder of making it through an entertaining corn maze. PEI is home to several corn mazes that you and your loved ones can have fun getting lost in.
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15 of the Best Things to Do in Jasper During Fall

15 of the Best Fall Activities in Jasper National Park

The wilderness of Jasper National Park awaits you this fall, with plenty of things to do and see, you won’t have any problems filling up your vacation days with exciting activities and sites. This national park doesn’t receive as many visitors as its southern counterpart – Banff National Park – so you will find that places are not as crowded and it is easier to find the remote areas to have some alone time in nature. The fall season provides comfortable temperatures to spend time hiking or biking on the endless trails in the park. Jasper townsite offers a nice
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15 Day Trips During Fall from Winnipeg

15 Day Trips During Fall from Winnipeg

Winnipeg and its surrounding areas are particularly beautiful this time of year. Here are a few day trips you’ll want to try out to enjoy the beauty of Fall!
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15 Fantastic Fall Getaways in Manitoba

15 Fantastic Fall Getaways in Manitoba

As summer comes to an end, you may be looking for some ways to enjoy the fall. If you’re in Manitoba, you’re in luck. There are plenty of fun fall getaways for you to enjoy. Here are fifteen that you won’t want to miss out on this year. Spruce Woods Provincial Park A popular camping spot in the summer, Spruce Woods is just as beautiful in the fall. You’ll love hiking along the stunning trails in this provincial park and seeing all the leaves change colour. While you’re here, you’ll also want to check out the Spirit Sands and check
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Corn Mazes Near Toronto to Get Lost in During Fall

Corn Mazes Near Toronto to Get Lost in During Fall

Jump into the new season with an attempt at completing the ultimate fall activity: the corn maze! These often challenging, lengthy mazes through the cornfields are a very fun and puzzling activity to try. Toronto and Hamilton are bursting with some farms perfect for a fall day trip. Here are 15 corn mazes around Toronto. Apple Orchards: Places to Go For Apple Picking in Greater Toronto Area & Hamilton Pumpkin Patches: Pumpkin Patches in Greater Toronto Area & Hamilton Reesor Farm Market Reesor Farm Market's Corn Maze and Pick Your Own Pumpkin fields are one of the closest to downtown Toronto. The
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Ottawa Pumpkin Patches & U-Pick Pumpkin Farms For a Fun Fall Day Trip

Ottawa Pumpkin Patches & U-Pick Pumpkin Farms For a Fun Fall Day Trip

Fall is all about early nights, spookiness, warm drinks and course – pumpkins! There is something so special about heading to the patch with some friends or family, connecting with the farm and spotting the very best pumpkin to take home to carve. Ottawa has plenty of exciting pumpkin patches to explore – below are some of the best! You may like: Corn & Hedge Mazes in Ottawa Proulx Farm Proulx Farm goes all out for pumpkin season! This year is the 27th annual pumpkin festival, where the farm becomes unrecognizable as a Halloween haven full of spooky treats! While
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Get Lost in These Giant Hedge and Corn Mazes in and Around Ottawa

Get Lost in These Giant Hedge and Corn Mazes in and Around Ottawa

Corn mazes are a great way to entertain the kids, challenge yourself or impress a date during Fall! If you are looking for hedge/cedar mazes, you can find those in this list too.
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Apples, Pumpkins & Corn Mazes: Fun Family Farms For a Fall Day Trip From Edmonton

Apples, Pumpkins & Corn Mazes: Fun Family Farms For a Fall Day Trip From Edmonton

Nothing says fall like a visit to the farm! Lucky for those in the Edmonton area there are a variety of farms to visit with all sorts of unique and family-friendly attractions. Some of the farms around north-central Alberta still offer u-pick and will be offering pumpkins to pick as soon as they are ready. Other farms grow their corn over the summer to great heights and in amazing maze shapes so we can challenge one another, get lost, and enjoy the exercise. And others keep their focus on the fun-loving, people-loving farm animals like goats, pigs, sheep, or horses.
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Fall Fests, Corn Mazes & Pumpkins: Fun Farms to Visit During Fall in and Around Calgary

Fall Fests, Corn Mazes & Pumpkins: Fun Farms to Visit During Fall in and Around Calgary

In and around Calgary you can find all sorts of fun farm experiences so you can escape the business and enjoy the quaintness of farm life. These fun farms offer entertainment in many forms including mazes, farm and field games, pumpkin patches, u-pick, and plenty more. Many of these farms also allow for animal interactions and feedings (or as their main attraction). You’ll get to meet all sorts of creatures including some exotic rescues like a kangaroo and wallaby! These farms are all family-friendly and provide an inexpensive way to entertain and educate kids of all ages. You may like:
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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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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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15 Fantastic Fall Activities in Banff National Park

15 Fantastic Fall Activities in Banff National Park

Banff National Park is a wonderfully beautiful place to spend time in the fall. With fewer visitors than in the summer months, it may be easier to find accommodations and you will easily enjoy the activities and sites without being rushed or crowded. Fall in the mountains brings crisp weather, so come prepared for a variety of temperatures, including the possible below zero at nighttime!
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Must Do Scenic Train Tours in Ontario

Must Do Scenic Train Tours in Ontario

Explore Ontario on rails--through rolling hills, ravines, forested valleys and the country side! Whether as a family trip or on a day trip with your loved one, these scenic tours will never disappoint! Enjoy fall colours or have a haunted experience during Halloween, visit the pumpkin patch, or a trip to see Santa during Christmas.
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30 Corn Mazes in Ontario For a Fun Fall Day Trip

30 Corn Mazes in Ontario For a Fun Fall Day Trip

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!
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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 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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Orchards to Go Apple Picking in Ottawa

Orchards to Go Apple Picking in Ottawa

One of the favourite activities of fall is definitely apple picking, a fun way to connect with local farms and go home with tons of produce to do with what you wish! Below are some of the best spots for apple picking in Ottawa.
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Pumpkinferno: Places to See Enchanting Pumpkin Displays This October in Ontario

Pumpkinferno: Places to See Enchanting Pumpkin Displays This October in Ontario

Get ready to see extraordinary works of art on pumpkins this fall across Ontario. Set outdoors, you can see hand-carved glowing pumpkins that will blow your mind. You’ll be amazed at the large thematic displays and range of incredibly cute and scary faces carved into the pumpkins. Here are the places you can visit in Ontario this fall to see enchanting pumpkin displays. Eastern Ontario Pumpkinferno - Upper Canada Village Take a tour through this spectacular outdoor art exhibit of 7,000 handcrafted pumpkins all lit at night along a kilometre long path in a picturesque 19th century backdrop. This mesmerizing
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Things to Do on Your Visit to Taber, Alberta During Late Summer & Fall

Things to Do on Your Visit to Taber, Alberta During Late Summer & Fall

Many of us are aware of the one single great reason to visit Taber, Alberta: for the best corn in Canada. The area produces amazing corn and other fresh produce because of one other reason you should visit: huge amounts of sunshine! The town sits on the banks of the Old Man River which provides a beautiful contrast to the seemingly endless farmlands surrounding Taber. When you visit Taber in late summer or early fall, you can celebrate the corn, the sunshine, and the natural surroundings with the community through events like Cornfest or the Pheasant Festival, or by exploring
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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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South Simcoe Railway: Take a Historic Scenic Train Tour Through Beeton Creek Valley Near Toronto

South Simcoe Railway: Take a Historic Scenic Train Tour Through Beeton Creek Valley Near Toronto

Take a train ride back in time with South Simcoe Railway. You can enjoy a wonderful trip through the Beeton Creek Valley on this historic train - Ontario's first steam heritage railway. The volunteer-run Railway has a number of diesel and steam coaches that date back to the 1920s. These include engine #1057 (built-in 1912), engine #22 (built-in 1960) and the two most commonly used coaches: engine #703 and #136. Engine #703 is a diesel-electric locomotive that was built in 1948, and engine #136 is a steam locomotive that was built in 1883. These engines aren't the only thing that
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Take Agawa Canyon Train For a Spectacular Ontario Fall Colour Tour

Take Agawa Canyon Train For a Spectacular Ontario Fall Colour Tour

Plan a trip this fall across Agawa Canyon on a train. The spectacular Agawa Canyon Train Tours explore the Canadian shield with its rugged beauty, untouched forests and beautiful rivers. You can discover the beauty of this amazing region by embarking on your own wonderful journey by train. The views along this journey will blow your mind, you will see vast, magical forests, sparkling rivers, incredible rock formations and so much more. The journey is even more magical during fall and you can enjoy the myriad colours of the season - from golden yellows to breathtaking hues of red and
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19 Places to Go Zip Lining in Ontario

19 Places to Go Zip Lining in Ontario

The warm summer weather brings the opportunity to explore adventures while enjoying the beauty of nature. If you are a nature enthusiast who craves an adrenaline rush, check out these 19 zip line courses found in Ontario. Whether you want to zipline to Niagara Falls, or deep in the forests of Haliburton, you are sure to find something to suit your tastes. Ziplining is also a great way to enjoy fall colours. Southern & Southwestern Ontario 1. Wildplay Niagara Falls Mistrider Zipline The Wildplay zip lines in Niagara Falls offer a range of lines, from beginners of young ages to
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27 Awesome Family Rainy Days Activities in Prince Edward Island

27 Awesome Family Rainy Days Activities in Prince Edward Island

Glorious PEI might be best known for its beaches and outdoor activities, but there’s tons of fun stuff to do on the island when days are grey and wet (or you just need a break from the sun). Here’s how to best spend rainy days on Prince Edward Island. Harbour Hippo Take a Harbour Hippo tour of Charlottetown. The hippo is an amphibious vehicle with a covered roof, so a little rain won’t spoil the fun on this 55-minute tour as you go through the city and into the harbour. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Harbour
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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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Fun Summer Activities in and Around Grande Prairie

Fun Summer Activities in and Around Grande Prairie

The county of Grande Prairie is abundant with natural beauty- from rivers and deep valleys to green foothills and rocky mountain views, the area has a lot to offer in the summer months. With the natural beauty comes plenty of outdoor recreation like hiking, swimming, boating, or fishing, as well as numerous photo backdrops. And while you may be touring Grand Prairie to see natural wonders like Kleskun Hill, the Wapiti River and Dunes, or the Rockies, you can find plenty of other unique things to do. Kleskun Hill Natural Area The Kleskun Hill Park and Natural Area is east
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Sunflower Farms to Visit in and Around Metro Vancouver

Sunflower Farms to Visit in and Around Metro Vancouver

Experience the wonders of sunflowers this summer in and around Metro Vancouver. Frolic amongst these gorgeous, sunny plants, - some even reaching over 6 feet! – while taking in the exciting surroundings of the farm’s offerings. Below are some of the best options: You may also like: Richmond Lavenderland Chilliwack Sunflower Festival The fun begins at Chilliwack Sunflower Festival in late July. Experience over 3k of over 40 varieties of the glorious sunflower, incredible photo opportunities, including a horse carriage, old school motorcycles and more. There is a “u-pick” for the sunflowers, so you can take the sunshine home, or
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15 Sunflower Fields Around Toronto

15 Sunflower Fields Around Toronto

Nothing says summer like sunflowers! So plan your trip to the nearest sunflower farm to enjoy a walk amongst these gorgeous flowers, snap that perfect picture, and enjoy a relaxing time. Check out these sunflower farms to visit in and around GTA this summer. You might like: U-Pick Flower Farms For a Day Trip in Ontario Sunflower Farms For a Day Trip From Ottawa 1. Lakeview Village Where do you go if you want to see one million sunflowers? Head over to the Lakeview Village site, near the Waterfront Trail to see these beautiful flowers. You can also enjoy a
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Things to Do in Cold Lake Summer

14 Fun Things to Do During Summer in Cold Lake

Cold Lake’s west shores create several things to do for Albertans in summer (and for those in Saskatchewan as the lake straddles the Provincial border). And the lake’s central location makes it a convenient vacation spot for pretty much any Albertan! When travelling to Cold Lake in the summer you can expect sandy beaches, summer village vibes, many chances to get out on the water, as well as secluded natural areas perfect for hiking, camping, and escaping. Boating Cold Lake and its massive size make it an inviting place for powering up your boat. The waters can look endless at
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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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18 of the Best Beaches For a Summer Trip in Manitoba

18 of the Best Beaches For a Summer Trip in Manitoba

Now that summer’s here, you may be looking for fun ways to beat the heat. There’s nothing better than heading to a beach on a warm, sunny day and taking a dip in some cool waters before laying around on the sand. Here are 18 beaches you'll want to check out in Manitoba—just don't forget to pack your sunscreen! Winnipeg Beach On the shores of Lake Winnipeg, you’ll find Winnipeg Beach. A popular summer destination for all Manitobans, you’ll love paying a visit to this beach. There are plenty of restaurants and ice cream places nearby, so make sure to
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25 Beach Getaways in Alberta

25 Beach Getaways in Alberta

It is turning out to be a great summer for swimming, beaches, and lakes! The warm weather is begging you to take a trip to one of Alberta’s nicest lakes for a dip, a camping trip, or a luxurious cabin getaway. Beautiful lakes can be found all over Alberta, you just need to know where to look! A great way to find your beach getaway in Alberta is to search the provincial parks, provincial recreation areas, and private campgrounds. This list includes a bit of every type of accommodation with all the places sharing one important thing in common: beach
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25 Alberta Resorts For a Summer Weekend Getaway

25 Alberta Resorts For a Summer Weekend Getaway

Whether you’re travelling north, south, east, or west to the Rockies, you will be able to find a number of hidden gems and all with their own unique amenities. Have your pick from a huge variety of charming resorts all across Alberta; but we do recommend booking one of these unique getaways before they fill up for summer and fall! Many mountain resorts offer the lap of luxury with mountain adventures nearby, or unique ways to vacation, but these types of resorts can be found in other corners of the provinces as well. You’ll also find a number of peaceful
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Things to Do in Oxford County During Summer

Things to Do in Oxford County During Summer

Experience life in the slow lane with a visit to Oxford County in Southwestern Ontario. The area is brimming with charm and hidden treasures for you to discover. Summer is a special time for a visit, below are some of the top things you can do in Oxford County. I. Outdoor activities The Oxford Thames River Trail Explore the 10.3 kilometer Oxford Thames River Trail that offers spectacular views of the Thames River. Walk amidst a mix of grassland and native trees as you enjoy the wildlife that darts in and out of your path that is a mix of
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Best Things to Do On a Trip to Beausejour

Best Things to Do On a Trip to Beausejour

The town of Beausejour is a gorgeous place to visit no matter the season. There’s always something fun to do when you head here. Check out these 10 things you need to check out next time you find yourself in Beausejour. Located just 60 minutes from Winnipeg, Beausejour is a perfect day trip destination from the capital city. I. Places to Go Beausejour Daylily Gardens If you’re something of a flower enthusiast, then you’ll want to make sure you pay a visit to the Beausejour Daylily Gardens. Spend an afternoon on a nice day strolling through the gardens at the
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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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Road Trip From Ottawa to Kingston: Drive the Rideau Canal National Historic Site

Road Trip From Ottawa to Kingston: Drive the Rideau Canal National Historic Site

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 into the soil and rock between the natural bodies of water. There are several interesting sights to be seen and lots of knowledge to be gleaned along the full 202km length of the Rideau Canal National Historic Site. The canal, built between 1812 and 1832, was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2007 as it "is the best-preserved example of a slackwater canal in North America, demonstrating the use of this European
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20 Things to Do During Summer in Brant

20 Things to Do During Summer in Brant

Whether you love exercising in the great outdoors, visiting farms and local markets, or discovering towns that are rich in Canadian history and culture, you will find plenty of exciting and interesting sites within the various communities of Brant County. This summer, travel around the region and enjoy recreation, visiting local businesses and outdoor adventures with 20 different activities to enjoy. 25 Things to Do in Brantford This Summer Burford Burford Arena From outdoor sports games, indoor rinks, and a great splash pad for kids of all ages, the Burford Arena offers many summer activities for friends and family. Address:
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25 Things to Do This Summer in Haldimand County

25 Things to Do This Summer in Haldimand County

Lake Erie is the most shallow and warmest of the Great Lakes so head to one of the beaches on its shores but find so much more in this county southwest of Hamilton. You’ll find adventures from jumping from a plane to racing around a track, plus animal adventures, hiking trails and fresh local produce at three farmers markets. 10 Things to Do Outdoors During Winter in Haldimand County 1. Take a river cruise Take in the views of the Grand River and a fabulous roast beef dinner all in one on a lunch, sunset or private cruise. With large
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5 Train Tours to Explore Alberta This Summer

5 Train Tours to Explore Alberta This Summer

Hop onboard a variety of train excursions and take in different rail experiences all around Alberta. The train rides in Alberta vary between historic and educational, and entertaining and memorable. Railways were a huge part of Alberta’s economic development, and it makes for a special vacation to travel, dine, or see the less travelled parts of the prairies. Aspen Crossing Train Excursions Take your pick from a variety of unique and fun train adventures with the Aspen Crossing Excursions. During your travels, Aspen Crossing will wine and dine you, and show you some of the best prairie views around southeast
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25 Summer Activities & Adventures in Edmonton’s River Valley

25 Summer Activities & Adventures in Edmonton’s River Valley

Edmonton’s North Saskatchewan River valley can offer all sorts of summer fun. Try something more adventurous like getting out on the river with a raft or kayak or rent an e-bike and head to the paved trails which travel the entire city’s width. More relaxing outings await you in the expansive river valley as well like family picnics, scenic walks, photo opportunities, and more golf than you could imagine for your city! Photo Walks Between the old and new parts of the river valley, or the man-made and natural parts of it, there are photo ops around every corner suitable
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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 the 1950s 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. Here
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Sunflower Farms For a Day Trip From Ottawa

Sunflower Farms For a Day Trip From Ottawa

The “helianthus annuus,” more commonly known as sunflowers, are a symbol of happiness, and of summer. They are interesting flowers that adore the sun, moving to face its warmth in the day and rotating to welcome the sun when it rises in the morning. There are a few farms in and around Ottawa that allow you to pick your own to take this symbol of joy, home with you! Though the bloom period of Sunflowers depends on a variety of factors, you can visit them from late July to late August in Ontario, but are best visited mid-August. Sunflower Farms
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Boat Tours & Scenic Cruises in Alberta

Boat Tours & Scenic Cruises in Alberta

What better way to experience the aquamarine waters of Alberta than on a boat cruise that takes one on a trip along the majestic views of the Canadian Rockies?
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Get Lost in These Sunflowers Farms in New Brunswick

Get Lost in These Sunflowers Farms in New Brunswick

If you are looking for a glorious summer outing in New Brunswick to cheer you up, then grab your camera and get ready to smile for some delightful photo ops when you visit a Sunflower farm. New Brunswick has two U-Pick farms where you can see these sunny flowers come into bloom. Blooming from mid to late August, a visit to these splendid flowers makes a great addition to the bucket list for this summer. Green Pig Market Sunflower Festival - NB Sunflower Experience Most famous for their corn maze, Green Pig Market is home to some much farm-themed fun.
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25 of the Best Things to Do During Summer in Stratford and Perth County

25 of the Best Things to Do During Summer in Stratford and Perth County

North of London and west of Kitchener, you’ll find the savoury delights of Perth County and the towns of Stratford, Perth, St. Mary’s and Listowel. This area beckons with its fresh farm produce, bakery delights and Chocolate Trail, amid natural areas and wonderful facilities to cool off or enjoy the arts. You may like: 15 Things to Do Outdoors During Winter in Stratford and Perth County Admire the swans Stop and enjoy the graceful movement of the mute swans along Stratford’s waterfront as these large birds paddle around and make ripples among the crowd of their watching fans. Watch for
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Cruise Across the Vast Expanse of Georgian Bay's 30,000 Islands Aboard M.V. Chippewa III

Cruise Across the Vast Expanse of Georgian Bay’s 30,000 Islands Aboard M.V. Chippewa III

Go on an unforgettable cruise across the vast expanse of 30,000 islands on the Georgian Bay starting from Parry Sound. Parry Sound and Archipelago Lines offer various cruises aboard The M.V. Chippewa III which is part of the World’s best line of small ships. The ex “Maid of the Mist” ship was rebuilt with steel in 1955 after being consumed in a fire and for 35 years was used in the waters below Niagara Falls. From 1992 to 1994, the M.V Chippewa sailed along the old York Town’s Harbour. Since then the ship has sailed the waters of 30,000 islands
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Ontario Road Trip: 50 Things to Do Along Lake Erie Shore

Ontario Road Trip: 50 Things to Do Along Lake Erie Shore

In terms of size, Lake Erie comes fourth out of the five Great Lakes but did you know it is also the eleventh largest in the whole world? This impressive body of water borders many Southwestern Ontario towns and counties bursting with exciting adventures. Plan a road trip this summer and experience all that Lake Erie's north shore has to offer. One of the easiest ways for a road trip along Lake Erie is to follow King's Highway 3 between Windsor and Fort Erie stopping (and detouring South to Lake Erie) to explore towns and villages that piques your interest.
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10 Ways to Experience Indigenous Culture and Heritage in Manitoba

10 Ways to Experience Indigenous Culture and Heritage in Manitoba

Being the land of the Cree, Ojibway, Oji-Cree, Dene, Dakota Sioux, Métis, and Inuit, Manitoba has a strong Indigenous culture and heritage. This culture is an integral part of Manitoba’s past, present, and future. Here are a few ways in which you can experience and understand this vibrant heritage in Manitoba. I. Visit Heritage Sites Manitoba's First Explorers Plaque See the site where Manitoba's first explorers, Aboriginal people, entered the region over 11,000 years ago. Where: Broadway Street at South Railway, Boissevain Thunderbird Nest Here, you can learn the legend of the Thunderbird, a guardian spirit that protects mankind from
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13 Ways to Have Fun in Elk Point, Alberta

13 Ways to Have Fun in Elk Point, Alberta

The are several reasons to take a trip east of Edmonton, and several more reasons to visit the town of Elk Point! Eastern-central Alberta is home to rolling lake lands, the North Saskatchewan River, and rich history and cultures in which to immerse yourself. This riverside town is at the crossing of Buffalo Trail (AB-41) and AB-646 on the North Saskatchewan’s northern banks. The river provides a lot to do, but also creates scenic views from town. Being near the River, lakes, a provincial park, and Alberta’s Iron Horse Trail means there is plenty of year-round outdoor recreation in and
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20 Must Do Indigenous Getaways and Experiences in Ontario

20 Must Do Indigenous Getaways and Experiences in Ontario

There are several opportunities to see firsthand the people and traditions that tell their stories and appreciate the richness of Indigenous culture and heritage of Ontario. With Indigenous communities all across the province, you can find one near you or explore another area of Ontario. **Some places mentioned might be closed due to COVID-19. Please verify before travelling.** Agawa Rock This sacred site sits within Lake Superior Provincial Park. Centuries ago, Ojibway spiritual leaders painted animals and canoes in red ochre and they have remained on the rockface to this day. To find the pictographs and view them face on,
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Berry and Vegetable U-Pick Farms Near Calgary

Berry and Vegetable U-Pick Farms Near Calgary

The u-pick farms around Calgary offer a lot more than just berry-picking. In addition to being able to bring home berries, fruit, or vegetables by the bucket-full, visiting local u-pick farms offer an afternoon out of the house and in fresh air, a chance to forage your own food, an educational and physical activity for great for kids, and scenic drives through Calgary’s surrounding foothills and prairies. Some u-pick farms can only accommodate by appointment and ask that you call ahead. Other good things to remember before you start your pick are to bring plenty of water and sun protection,
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List of Tourist Attractions Open Now in Ottawa

List of Tourist Attractions Open Now in Ottawa

With Ontario now in Step 3 of 2021 three-step plan for reopening, museums and other indoor attractions are allowed to reopen with capacity limited to not exceed 50 per cent capacity indoors and 75 per cent capacity outdoors. Here is a list of Ottawa attractions you can visit starting July 16th. Do remember to wear masks and buy tickets in advance. Parliament Hill Parliament's Centre Block and Peace Tower are closed for renovation. You can join for tours of the Senate of Canada Building (2 Rideau Street), House of Commons at West Block (111 Wellington Street) on Parliament Hill, and
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Cut-Flower Gardens: U-Pick Flower Farms to Visit in Alberta

Cut-Flower Gardens: U-Pick Flower Farms to Visit in Alberta

Within Alberta are four farms and gardens dedicated to growing rows upon rows of fresh florals ready for u-pick. The u-pick flower farm experience in Alberta offers colourful florals, often those native to Alberta. You’ll encounter u-pick sunflowers, lilies, tulips, wildflowers, and more. These farms have staff onsite to help educate you on proper care or to provide styling tips for your bouquets. The fun doesn’t have to end at the u-pick gardens either; these farms offer plenty of other activities to fill your day out like shopping, dining, photography, and exploring. 12 of the Best Gardens & Conservatories to
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3 Places to Go For a High-Speed Jet Boat Cruise in Ontario

3 Places to Go For a High-Speed Jet Boat Cruise in Ontario

Keen for an adventure by boat this summer? Boats are the coolest place to be when the sun is out, offering unique perspectives of your surroundings, wind in your hair and proximity to the water. Ontario’s Great Lakes are not only beautiful but offer you the chance to get on the boat for an awesome adventure. Below are five options for a high-speed cruise! Boat Tours and Cruises in Ontario I. Whirlpool Jet Boat Tours With guests raving about Whirlpool Jet Boat tours such as, “This ride is awesome, you have to do it. And it isn’t just for the
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COVID-19: List of Tourist Attractions Open Now in Toronto and GTA

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

With Ontario scheduled to enter Step 3 of Ontario’s three-step plan for reopening on July 16th museums and other indoor attractions can reopen with capacity limited to not exceed 50 per cent capacity indoors and 75 per cent capacity outdoors. Here is a list of Greater Toronto Area attractions and their reopening plans. Do remember to wear masks and buy tickets in advance. Canada's Wonderland Spread over 330-acres, Canada’s Wonderland is home to more than 200 attractions, 70 rides including 17 rollercoasters, and Splash Works, a 20-acre water park. Where: 1 Canada's Wonderland Drive, Vaughan Status: Opened on July 6th. Wet N' Wild
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25 Things to Do During Summer in and Around Cornwall

25 Things to Do During Summer in and Around Cornwall

Anchored by Cornwall and Morrisburg along the St. Lawrence River, Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry reaches halfway to the Ottawa River to the north, with countless joys to discover along the water and inland. As part of original Upper Canada, it is rich in history but still has bountiful natural areas to explore. (All activities are free unless noted in the listing.) 1. Go back to the roots of Upper Canada Upper Canada Village showcases life in the 1860s, including the historic Battle of Chrysler’s Farm, and everyday life on the farm and at home. Buy your tickets ahead of time
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U-Pick Berry and Vegetable Farms In and Around Edmonton

U-Pick Berry and Vegetable Farms In and Around Edmonton

There are several farms that surround the Edmonton area and who provide the chance to pick your own fruits and vegetables! The u-pick farms and orchards in the central Alberta prairie setting offer a plethora of berries! Literally take your pick of black currants, Haskap berries, raspberries, Saskatoon berries, cherries, and many other sweet fruits native to Alberta. These generous local farms usually charge a small picking fee or will charge by the quantity you picked. Some of the farms offer other activities, picnic areas, and tours of the grounds so you can make a fun and family-friendly day trip
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Must Do Indigenous Cultural & Heritage Experiences in Alberta

Must Do Indigenous Cultural & Heritage Experiences in Alberta

There are several ways to learn about Alberta’s Indigenous heritage and culture: dining at one of our Indigenous-owned restaurants, an afternoon of shopping and art gallery browsing, or through immersive, exciting, and educational opportunities. 5 Places to Enjoy Indigenous Food in Edmonton Museums & Historical Sites 1. Writing-on-Stone Provincial Park/ Áísínai’pi This sacred location about 100 km southeast of Lethbridge, is home to ancient native art, hoodoos, steep sandstone cliffs and according to some, powerful spirits. Your visit to this unique location offers a chance to see pictographs and petroglyphs, including a detailed battle scene, that is more than 3,000
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Best Campsites in Alberta You Don't Need to Reserve In Advance

Best Campsites in Alberta You Don’t Need to Reserve In Advance

Yes! Alberta does have many provincial Park campsites which are first-come-first-served (FCFS): 159 to be exact. Booking in advance can seem ideal, but there is a bit more adventure in heading out to the Rockies or the forest and hand-picking your site. Hidden within some of Alberta’s Provincial Recreation Areas and Provincial Parks are some gorgeous campsites which can be remote, can be mountain-, creek- or lakeside, or which can be right off the main highways but hidden in the forest. And they provide all the basic campsite needs like picnic tables, firepits, and pit/vault washroom access. Some quick tips
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50 Things to Do this Summer in Sudbury

50+ Things to Do this Summer in Sudbury

From fun festivals to glorious hike in the woods, there is plenty to do in and around Sudbury for a fun filled summer!
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50 Things to Do This Summer in Kawarthas & Peterborough

50 Things to Do This Summer in Kawarthas & Peterborough

Crystal clear lakes, awe inspiring landscapes, outdoor adventures, family fun activities, summer theatre, finger licking good food -- you will find all this and more in the Kawarthas Region.
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15 Reasons to Visit Blue Mountain During Summer

15 Reasons to Visit Blue Mountain During Summer

Blue Mountain Resort is Ontario’s only year-round destination for a world-class vacation. While you may have only considered it for winter, it’s time to seriously consider the special place for Summer this year – here are 15 reasons why! **Some attractions may be closed due to changing COVID-19 restrictions. Verify before travelling. ** Exhilarating view of Georgian Bay Take in the panoramic beauty of the great outdoors with an exciting ride on the mountain’s Gondola. Perfect for all ages, this ride provides a full 360 panoramic view of the breathtaking natural views! Plus, cameras are welcome for the photography enthusiast.
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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 in Brantford This Summer

25 Things to Do in Brantford This Summer

Located in Southern Ontario on the shores of Grand River, the city of Brantford offers many attractions and activities for both locals and tourists. Explore historic monuments, museums and outdoor fun with this list of 25 things to do in Brantford this summer. Go Camping at Brant Park Plan a staycation by camping at Brant Conservation Area. Enjoy fishing, hiking, canoeing in Grand River. The Park is also home to a 1.25-acre swimming pool (closed in 2021) - one of the province's largest swimming pools. Where: 119 Jennings Road, Brantford Cost: Camping - varies depending on the site; Day admission
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Summer Adventures in Clearwater County

Summer Adventures in Clearwater County

Where is Clearwater County you may ask? This area of the province of Alberta is not commonly recognized by its county name, but rather by the attractions or natural sites within its region. Even if you haven’t heard of the County, we bet you have heard of some of the famous places to visit here, such as the Rocky Mountain House National Historic Site, or even the natural sites in the gorgeous David Thompson Country zone. There are lots of little museums, Provincial areas, hikes and adventure activities, and much more to be discovered here this summer. Clearwater County is
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25 Summer Adventure Day Trips From Toronto

25 Summer Adventure Day Trips From Toronto

The balmy temperatures and sunshine provide the perfect opportunity for exciting, outdoor excursions. Take advantage of the season by embarking on an expedition with these 25-day trip adventures around Toronto. All locations are within 3 hours of City Hall, Toronto. For More: Ideas for Day Trips From Toronto Georgian Bay Islands National Park Visit the National Park that is accessible only by boat. Explore the visually stunning Georgian Bay Islands National Park that is composed of 63 islands where the windswept white pines and granite shores of the Canadian Shield and dense deciduous woodland-inspired the Group of Seven are yours
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25 Summer Adventure Day Trips and Weekend Getaways From Winnipeg

25 Summer Adventure Day Trips and Weekend Getaways From Winnipeg

Planning on getting out and about this summer? If you’re staying in Winnipeg, there are plenty of things to do in the city—as well as outside of it. Here are 25 great adventures you’ll want to go on. Visit Hecla/Grindstone Provincial Park You’ll adore spending time at this gorgeous park. Whether you go in summer or winter, there are lots to do and plenty to see. Walk down the trail leading to the iconic lighthouse and snap a few pictures! Directions Cliffs of Steep Rock One of the things Steep Rock is known for is its incredible cliff formations. Visit
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U-Pick Farms, Petting Zoos and Fun Family Farms to Visit In and Around Ottawa

U-Pick Farms, Petting Zoos and Fun Family Farms to Visit In and Around Ottawa

Escape the city of Ottawa to the freshness of the local farms, that are abundant and ready to welcome you this summer! Pick your own delicious fruit and food, make new animals’ friends, and learn about habitats and conservation along the way! Fun Farms & Petting Zoos Valleyview Little Animal Farm Valleyview Little Animal Farm is a terrific day to spend the day with the whole family. Meet the cute farm animals including pigs, goats and rabbits, enjoy a puppet show and a train ride and learn at the old country museum! Where: 4750 Fallowfield Road, Nepean Little Rays Nature
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12 Things to Do This Summer in and Around Lac Ste. Anne

12 Things to Do This Summer in and Around Lac Ste. Anne

Lac Ste. Anne County stretches northwest from Onoway along Highway 43 and through mostly forest and lakes. In the southeast corner of the county are Lake Isle, Lac Ste. Anne, Majeau Lake, and Lac la Nonne. When you continue Northwest on AB-43, you’ll encounter the town of Sangudo on the banks of the Pembina River, and Mayerthorpe further west. Whether you want to plan a weekend getaway or visit as a day trip from Alberta Capital Region, here are 12 things to do this summer in Lac Ste. Anne County. George Pegg Botanic Garden During your visit to this garden,
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25 Summer Day Trips With Kids From Edmonton

25 Summer Day Trips With Kids From Edmonton

You and your family have plenty of options for summer fun around Edmonton. If you’re planning a family day trip for this summer, consider the huge variety of options available right in your backyard. The counties surround Edmonton, and beyond, are filled with things to see, things to do, and things in which you can immerse yourselves. Your family has options for recreational, educational, entertaining, and/or scenic day trips in all directions from Edmonton. Big Alberta Items The northeast corner surrounding Edmonton is filled with giant roadside attractions that kids will love to see. Some of these are the largest
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