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Bruce Peninsula National Park

bruce peninsula national park

400 million years ago the area around the park was submerged under a tropical sea. As the sea gradually dried up magnesium was absorbed into the limestone creating dolomite. Over thousands of years the softer limestone has been eroded by the waves of Georgian Bay creating huge cliffs and unusual rock formations such as the Grotto, located within the park along the shore of Georgian Bay. More...


The Distillery District

distillery district

Shops, cafe's, boutiques and eateries are located in Victorian era buildings, along cobblestone walkways and the Distillery District has been transformed into one of Toronto's most popular tourist destinations. More...


Sandbanks Provincial Park

sandbanks beach

Located in Prince Edward County, and on the shore of Lake Ontario stretches a long swath of white sand beach almost 20 kilometres long known as the Sandbanks. Because the area was settled before the provincial park was formed there are places where the beach is interrupted by privately owned properties. The park consists of three expansive sandy beaches. More...


Point Pelee National Park

point pelee

Prior to the park's establishment in 1918 a small group of bird enthusiasts set up a camp where the visitor centre is located today to study bird migration at Point Pelee, eventually leading to the formation of the Great Lakes Ornithological Club. More...


St. Jacobs Market

st. jacobs market

St. Jacobs Market was established in 1975 with the merging of two stockyards. Originally the market was a place where local farmers auctioned cattle, hogs and horses. A few tents sprang up where local vendors began to sell their produce. More...


Discover Dundurn Castle

dundurn castle

Dundurn Castle is located in Hamilton Ontario and is a National Historic Site of Canada. Built for Alan Napier McNab in the neoclassical style by architect Robert Charles Wetherell, the mansion consists of over seventy rooms covering an area of 18,000 sq. ft. More...


The St. Lawrence Market

st. lawrence market

The St. Lawrence Market dates back to 1803 when farmer's gathered at the site of the North Market to sell their produce. In 2012 the market was listed as one of the world's top ten markets in the National Geographic book Food Journeys of a Lifetime. More...


McMichael Canadian Art Collectionmcmichael art gallery

Located in the village of Kleinburg, Ontario, northwest of Toronto the McMichael Canadian Art Collection houses a collection of paintings by the Group of Seven including a large collection of paintings by Tom Thomson. As well the gallery is home to numerous examples of Canadian Aboriginal and Inuit art. More...


Places To Explore

Algonquin Provincial Park
Almaguin Highlands
Balls Falls Conservation Area
Bon Echo Provincial Park
Bruce Peninsula National Park
Cheltenham Badlands
CN Tower
Cootes Paradise
Cove Island Lighthouse
Distillery District
Dundurn Castle
Elora Gorge Conservation Area
Elora Quarry Conservation Area
Eramosa Karst Conservation Area
Fathom Five National Marine Park
Hillman Marsh
Holland Marsh
Kensington Market
Killarney Provincial Park
Manitoulin Island
McMichael Canadian Art Collection
Midlothian Ridge/Screaming Heads
Minden Wild Water Preserve
MS Chi-Cheeman
Niagara Falls, Ontario
Niagara Glen
Niagara's Old Forts
Niagara Parks School of Horticulture
Niagara Wineries
Point Abino Lighthouse
Point Pelee National Park
Port Burwell Provincial Park
Prince Edward County
Queenston Heights Park
Rattlesnake Point Conservation Area
Rock Point Provincial Park
Royal Botanical Gardens
Rutherford-Stevens Lookout Conservation Area
Sandbanks Provincial Park
Seguin Recreational Trail
Shorthills Provincial Park
Silver Creek Conservation Area
Spencer Gorge-Tews Falls/Webster's Falls Conservation Area
St. Jacobs Market
St. Lawrence Market
The Beaches
The Rideau Canal
The Welland Canal
Wasaga Beach
West Montrose Covered Bridge


Explore by Region

R1: Southwest Ontario
R2: Niagara Canada
R3: Hamilton, Halton & Brant
R4: Huron, Perth, Waterloo & Wellington
R5: Greater Toronto Area
R6: York, Durham & the Hills of Headwaters
R7: Bruce Peninsula, Southern Georgian Bay & Lake Simcoe
R8: Kawarthas & Northumberland
R9: South Eastern Ontario
R10: Ottawa & Countryside
R11: Haliburton Highlands to the Ottawa Valley
R12: Muskoka, Parry Sound & Algonquin Park
R13a: North Eastern Ontario
R13b: Sault Ste. Marie – Algoma
R13c: Northwest Ontario