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The Black Creek Pioneer Village offers up the chance to take a step back in time and immerse yourself in a 'living history museum' of the 1800's.
There is something for everyone at Chinguacousy Park; paddle boats, farm animals, playgrounds, dirt biking, skate boarding, and much more...
One of the most popular farms in Southern Ontario, Chudleigh's Apple Farm is a great place for families to enjoy the country and eat some fresh, tasty apples.
Take a step back in time and visit a traditional 15th century Iroquoian Village where it once stood at Crawford Lake Conservation Area.
In the town of Penetanguishene, North of Barrie, Ontario, there is a place called Discovery Harbour where you can step back into 1800's Canada.
High Park is a giant 400 acre mega park located just on the west side of the city of Toronto with something interesting for everyone.
There is a place near Niagara Falls where families can view Dolphins, Beluga and Killer whales, and walk among deer in an enclosed area.
Mount Nemo provides nice hiking with a fantastic view at the end. The cliffs of Mount Nemo in Halton Hills provide a fantastic view of the landscape all the way to Toronto some 40 kilometers away.
Located in St. Catharines in the heart of the Niagara grape growing region, Port Dalhousie is just right for the person seeking a relaxing time at the beach, strolls on the shoreline, or a ride on a 5 cent carousel.
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.