From coast to coast Canada is recognized as one of the most beautiful countries in the world. With a diverse landscape that stretches from the red sands of Prince Edward Island to the breathtaking Rocky Mountains in British Columbia it’s no wonder millions of people from around the globe visit the land of the free every year.
A warm, hazy summer is in the forecast for Canadians, but don’t let that keep you cooped up inside. Put on your bathing suit, grab a towel, and slather on some sunscreen as you beat the heat at the best Ontario water parks.
Get ready to dig in to some of the tastiest ribs in town! It’s summer and that means Ontario Ribfest is returning for another season of weekend festivals.Beginning in June, Ribfest will take place almost every weekend until September in cities throughout the province.
Discover one of the best Ontario biking trails on the Lake Ontario Waterfront Trail, a 2,100-kilometer path that is, in fact, part of the larger Great Lakes Waterfront Trail. Because this path passes through areas like beach towns, wetlands, forests, and parks, there are plenty of stops along the way.
Pickerel Park is open for the season and exciting events are on the calendar. Check out the fun planned for the next few weeks.The first dance of the season will be on Saturday, May 16 from 7-11 p.m., with music provided by “Sitting Ducks.”