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Chedoke Falls, Hamilton

Scenic urban ribbon waterfalls with 18 m drop
| Waterfalls

Heritage Park, Barrie

'Country cottage skating pond' on Kempenfelt Bay in winter and large gazebo with picnic tables in summer. Premier waterfront park in Barrie.
| City Parks

Allandale Station Park, Barrie

Waterfront park with hiking/biking trails, picnic gazebo, fitness stations, restrooms and more.
| City Parks

Garden of Future Follies, Toronto

Public Art Work. By remixing Toronto’s monuments, artists Hadley+Maxwell created a series of sculptures that animated pedestrian-friendly sidewalk at Front Street East in the West Don Lands.
| Sights & Landmarks

Earl Rowe Provincial Park, ON

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

Base Borden Military Museum,ON

The Base Borden Military Museum is one of Canada's largest Military Museum which holds a significant collection of WWI, WWII and post-war armoured vehicles, trucks, and aircrafts.
| Museums

Arboretum Sunnidale Park, Barrie

Living in Barrie is a walk in the park! Scenic outdoor space with flower beds, pergolas & shade trees, plus walking paths & a playground.
| City Parks

Albion Falls, Hamilton

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

Hilton Falls Conservation Area, ON

Hilton Falls is an outdoors experience and has little bit of everything from lush hiking trails, Old Mill ruins, lakeside trails, and gorgeous Hilton Falls itself.
| Waterfalls

Ireland Park,Toronto

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

Bruce Peninsula, Halfway Log Dump, ON

One of the best spots in Northern Bruce Peninsula with crystal clear turquoise water, hiking trails leading to scenic Georgian Bay.
| Nature & Parks

Guild Park, Toronto

Beautiful sculptural garden located on top of the Scarborough Bluffs with great view of Lake Ontario.
| City Parks

Graffiti Alley, Toronto

A fantastic place to see murals and colorful street art, And don't forget bring camera!
| Sights & Landmarks

Barrie, ON

Barrie is known as Central Ontario’s premier waterfront community, and is situated on the western shore of Lake Simcoe within the Golden Horseshoe
| Cities

Gairloch Gardens, Oakville

Located on the shores of Lake Ontario, picturesque Gairloch Gardens features beautiful landscaping and gorgeous gardens
| City Parks

Humber Bay Arch Bridge, Toronto

Iconic landmark in Toronto West, and popular spot for video and photo shoots.
| Sights & Landmarks

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

Elora Gorge Conservation Area, ON

The Elora Gorge is one of the most beautiful and spectacular natural areas in the Grand River valley. The Grand River rushes past 22-metre high cliffs.
| Nature & Parks

Bruce Peninsula National Park, Grotto

The Grotto is a scenic natural sea cave containing a pool of blue water. It is a popular attraction and very busy during the summer and on long weekends
| Nature & 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

Dundas Peak, ON

Dundas Peak is a beautiful lookout with breathtaking views of the Dundas Valley. This viewpoint is now considered one of the most popular spots in Hamilton that features a waterfall and is rated as moderate. Best time to visit from May until October.
| Nature & Parks

Barron Canyon, ON

Barron Canyon is one of the most spectacular nature trails in Ontario. It's about five hours from Toronto, inside Algonquin Provincial Park, and boasts the most unreal and epic views in the entire park
| Nature & Parks

Alexander Muir Memorial Gardens, Toronto

Alexander Muir Memorial Gardens feature formal flower gardens with roses, herbs and multi-tiered beds stone balcony and steps.
| City Parks

Friday Harbor Resort, Innisfil

Friday Harbour Resort is a resort community located on the shores of Lake Simcoe in Innisfil.
| Sights & Landmarks

Belfountain Conservation Area, ON

A nature trail spans the river gorge using a suspension bridge
| Sights & Landmarks

Bruce Peninsula National Park, Indian Head Cove

Indian Head Cove is a scenic inlet located along the Georgian Bay shoreline in Bruce Peninsula National Park and are reached by hiking about a half hour from Cyprus Lake.
| Nature & Parks

Distillery District, Toronto

The pedestrian-only village with collection of picturesque Victoria-era buildings housed within heritage buildings of the former Gooderham and Worts Distillery. Beer lovers should check out the Beer Market, which sells over 350 brands of beer.
| Sights & Landmarks

Eaton Hall, ON

A Norman chateau built on a grand scale for Lady Flora McCrae Eaton in the 1930’s, Eaton Hall served as a private rural residence for the Eaton family
| Sights & Landmarks

Blue Mountain Village, ON

Blue Mountain is an alpine ski resort in Ontario, Canada, just northwest of Collingwood.
| Sights & Landmarks

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