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Princess Falls, Hamilton

Princess Falls is a 7-metre ribbon/plunge waterfall found near the Chedoke Radial Trail in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. Best viewed after a heavy rain or snow melt.
| Waterfalls

Tiffin Centre for Conservation, ON

Forest, wetland & meadow conservation area with a pond, accessible trails, classrooms & camping.
| Nature & Parks

Albion Falls, Hamilton

Beautiful picturesque 19-m. cascade waterfall in Hamilton’s east end.
| Waterfalls

Earl Rowe Provincial Park, ON

Provincial park with campsites, a range of hiking trails, a swimming pool & a lake.
| Nature & Parks

Ireland Park,Toronto

Small park along the waterfront featuring sculptures & engravings commemorating Irish immigration.
| City Parks

Sheldon Lookout, Toronto

Scenic lake view spot with vistas of Humber Bay & the city skyline.
| Sights & Landmarks

Rockwood Conservation Area, ON

Very popular natural area, featuring limestone cliffs, caves and glacial potholes, including one of the world's largest.
| Nature & Parks

Minet's Point Park, Barrie

One of the best sunsets views in Barrie. Small waterside park featuring picnic tables & a children's playground, is popular spot between windsurfers
| City Parks

Bear Creek Eco Park, Barrie

Walk along the boardwalk that goes through the park to enjoy the sights of turtles, frogs, ducks, geese, blue herring and so much more!
| Nature & Parks

Dorset Lookout Tower, ON

Enjoy breathtaking 360 degree view from the observation deck over Lake of Bays from the tree-top or ground level lookouts.
| Sights & Landmarks

Mill Pond Park, ON

Popular community park in Richmond Hill, overlooking a pond and  offering boardwalk, gazebo, kids playground.
| City Parks

St. James Park, Toronto

Picturesque green space next to St. James Cathedral , featuring flower gardens, walking paths, gazebo, a fountain & a produce-themed playground.
| City Parks

Cheltenham Badlands,ON

The Cheltenham Badlands is one of Ontario’s geological treasures, first formed at the base of an ancient sea over 400 million years ago. The site is a provincially significant Area of Natural and Scientific Interest and one of the most recognizable and visited natural heritage landmarks in southern Ontario.
| Sights & Landmarks

Wilcox Lake Park, ON

Lake Wilcox is located in the Oak Ridges community at the headwaters of the East Humber River. It is the largest kettle lake on the Oak Ridges Moraine and is home to a variety of wildlife and fish.
| Nature & Parks

Toronto Zoo, ON

The Toronto Zoo is Canada's largest Zoo with over 5,000 animals representing over 450 species.
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The Radical Roaster Barn Store, ON

Family business of authentic Mexican furniture and accessories for your home and garden! Old World Clay Pots, Chimineas, Wall Suns and Masks, Amazing Garden Ornaments including Iron and Stone Pieces and so much more...
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