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Albion Falls is one of the largest waterfalls among many hidden less than an hour from Toronto. Stunning and beautiful with just a hint of challenge to earn the enjoyment it will bring.
The Bird Kingdom is a fun and relaxing outing for the whole family, housing nearly 400 different birds, an indoor 40-foot waterfall, and a 125-year-old java house. All of these intermingle to create an adventure called Bird Kingdom, which is a worthy outing.
Hilton Falls has all the makings of a great hike and a rewarding adventure. It has been described as “enchanted,” and most visitors agree that the trek to Hilton Falls is worthwhile.
A favourite dining out experience for many families is the Rainforest Café. When a more realistic exotic escape is not possible, an hour surrounded by thunderstorms, elephants, and grunting gorillas is a nice diversion from the urban day-to-day.
Rattlesnake Point provides some amazing hiking, stunning views, and just enough risk to make it an awesome outing.
It is rare to find a nature reserve so close to a major metropolitan area and right on the shoreline of a highly populated area. Yet the Rattray Marsh manages to be clean and quiet as well as provide an enjoyable nature stroll.
There is something magical about experiencing a day where you can walk across a suspension bridge as high as the Eiffel Tower, hike through a beautiful forest, climb through some deep caves and caverns, and take a tractor or train ride through the country.
The Metro Toronto Zoo is a favourite go-to outing. Visitors will always have an interesting and fun time exploring. There is so much to discover for people of all ages.
A little more than an hour outside of Toronto, Warsaw holds in its grasp a hidden gem that not only has the makings of a great outing, but of a grand adventure as well: the Warsaw Caves.