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We watched river rapids from the Oxtongue River Trail. The short and sweet hike is just one km long and is a must-see if you're in the area.
A nature preserve on the shores of the Credit River in Mississauga. The Riverwood Conservancy is a 150-acre property where history and nature blend together.
Carolinian forests, colourful meadows, cold-water streams, stunning geological formations and an array of rare plants, birds and wildlife make Dundas Valley one of southern Ontario’s most spectacular treasures.
Visit the Cranberry Farm in Muskoka to learn how Cranberries are harvested, experience in house made wine tasting and dive into the cranberry plunge.
The Royal Botanical Gardens in Burlington is the largest botanical garden in Canada and one of the largest in the world.
We took a day trip to Muskoka to experience the fall colours.
Woodbine Beach has a lot going for it! Sandy beaches, gleaming sunbathers, children playing in the waves, barbecuers, and volleyball players galore.
We take an autumn walk through Burlington and make stops at the Brant St. Pier, the waterfront and the downtown.
The R.C. Water Treatment Plant opened in 1941 and modernized Toronto's water supply— because of it, Toronto has excellent, award winning tap water today.
Terra Lumina is an enchanted night walk into a bright feature created by Moment Factory and presented by Toronto Zoo.
Canada's Wonderland is a 134-hectare theme park located in Vaughan, Ontario, a suburb approximately 25 kilometres north of Downtown Toronto.
Black Creek Pioneer Village lets visitors explore an 1760's re-created country village in the Toronto region.
The Toronto Maple Leafs are a semi-pro baseball team that plays their home games at Dominico Field at the Christie Pits park.
The Centreville Amusement Park is a 15-minute ferry ride from downtown Toronto and a fun spot for families with younger children.
Rent your rollar skates at Retro Rolla and cruise The Bentway— Toronto's new public space under the Gardiner Expressway.
The pavilion area of Trillium Park has been transformed into an open-air cinema— for this summer only.
Looking a little fun? Toronto’s Harbourfront Centre lets you rent powerboats by the hour.
Ward's Island is the best place in Toronto to escape the city. It's home to a beach, cottages, restaurants and more.
The Toronto Music Garden is one of the city's most peaceful spot and was inspired by Bach. Each section of the garden corresponds to a different movement from his First Suite for Unaccompanied Cello.
The dog fountain in Berczy Park has secrets waiting to be uncovered.
A memorial to the tens of thousands of Irish who fled to North America during the Great Famine.
Wychwood Park feels nothing like downtown Toronto— even though you are two subway stops away from the downtown.
Located on the east side of Toronto, the Glen Stewart Ravine stretches over 11-hectare.
You've probably seen this pedestrian and bicycle bridge from the Gardiner Expressway— but you should definitely check it out on a warm summer evening.
Scarborough's Guild Park is home to architectural remnants from demolished Toronto buildings.
Just west of Ontario Place, Marilyn Bell Park is a beautiful spot to watch the sunset over the lake.
With expansive views and lots of amenities, Riverdale Park has become one of the most popular east-end parks.
Mississauga's Saigon Park opened in 2020 and recognizes the Vietnamese-Canadian community who came to Canada during the Fall of Saigon in April 1975.
A privately funded urban park that sits next to the Gardiner Expressway.
An 18-acre lakefront garden— with beautiful rhododendrons blossoming in spring.
Underpass Park was Toronto's first park built under an overpass— transforming an underused space into an amenity.
There are large murals throughout Islington Village that depict the history of our city.
High Park is closed this year— but there are still two spots you can find cherry blossoms: University of Toronto and Kariya Park.
Previously a hotspot for unsanctioned graffiti art, Graffiti Alley has become a well-known, culturally significant tourist spot.
A Covid safe outdoor art exhibit with sculptures and light works. Taking place on Queen St E.
We took a walk through Crothers Woods after a fresh snowfall.