This beautiful park has cavernous areas, massive thick mossy rocks, along with lime kilns and mill ruins.
Here are my suggestions for the 10 most diverse parks to visit this winter, located in or near Toronto.
Ontario has so many adorable towns that are unique in architecture and offer incredible restaurants, coffee shops, and stores with local goods. Galt, Ontario is one of those must-see spots, located in Cambridge.
Edward Gardens provides the perfect escape from our urban environment and features 12 contemporary themed gardens spanning nearly four acres.
Trek through 38 kilometres of trails at the Greenwood Conservation Area. You will be rewarded by amazing lookout points, beautiful walks along the waterfront, and a leash-free dog area.
Less than an hour drive from Toronto, Heart Lake Conservation Area is far enough removed from the city to make you feel like you’ve driven up north.
Walk through foresty trails featuring caves and limestone plains and find incredible views over the entire park.
Located in the rolling hills of Dufferin County, Island Lake Conservation Area is one of those parks that is worth visiting during any season.
If you’re looking for a new spot to explore that isn’t too far of a drive from Toronto, Valens Conservation Area is the perfect park
Relax on the natural sandy beaches in the summer and enjoy backcoutry skiing during the winter.