Visit the unique park of Crawford Lake Conservation Area and enjoy tons of activities no matter the time of year. Learn about First Nations history and explore the Iroquian village.
Only an hour and a half drive from Toronto, this pretty town is a great place to spend the day.
This beautiful park has cavernous areas, massive thick mossy rocks, along with lime kilns and mill ruins.
There are numerous natural treasures all over Ontario for you to explore.
Relax on the natural sandy beaches in the summer and enjoy backcoutry skiing during the winter.
Natural treasures, such as gigantic limestone cliffs, caves, and glacial potholes are just a car ride away to discover.
Read about my weekend getaway to the Ottawa Valley where I had the opportunity to stay at the cutest airbnb called, The Greystone on Golden Lake.
Located in the rolling hills of Dufferin County, Island Lake Conservation Area is one of those parks that is worth visiting during any season.
To celebrate this holidays, lots of parks in Ontario are decked out for the holidays with stunning light displays, extravagantly decorated Christmas trees, and tons more.
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.