Posts Tagged ‘Discover Ontario’

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Almonte Ontario Travel

Almonte Ontario Travel

Lots to see and do Almonte is a scenic mill town on the Canadian Mississippi River, about 40 minutes southwest of downtown Ottawa. Our population is about 5,000. The limestone mill buildings have been re-purposed over the years as galleries, condos, restaurants and office space, while our main street offers boutiques, craft shops, galleries and

The Algonquin Park Moose, Algonquin Provincial Park Ontario

The Algonquin Park Moose, Algonquin Provincial Park Ontario

lgonquin is home to over 40 mammals, over 30 kinds of reptiles and amphibians (none venomous), and more than 130 breeding birds. One cannot expect to see all of them in a single visit but, by following a few guidelines, it is possible to see a good sample. The Highway 60 Corridor is a great

Slate Falls, Madawaska Ontario

Slate Falls, Madawaska Ontario

Slate Falls, Renfrew County Rating: 2.5/5 Eastern Region, Renfrew County,  Madawaska River GPS: N 45 14.159 W 77 16.422 Access: Moderate Directions: Follow Hwy 41 from Eganville in the north or from Napanee in the south, to the town of Griffith. At Griffith turn north onto the Hyland Creek Road. At approximately the 14 km

Ranney Gorge Suspension Bridge, Ferris Provincial Park Ontario

Ranney Gorge Suspension Bridge, Ferris Provincial Park Ontario

Ranney Gorge Suspension Bridge, Campbellford, Ontario Northumberland County, Trent River, Campebellford Ontario Ferris Provincial Park Address: 474 County Rd. 8, Campbellford, ON K0L 1L0 Access: Easy Not only is Ferris Provincial Park home to several beautiful hiking trails the crown jewel is the Ranney Gorge Suspension Bridge and Ranney Falls all at the same location.

Spring Sunset on Lake Nipissing in North Bay Ontario

Spring Sunset on Lake Nipissing in North Bay Ontario

Capturing the sunset on Lake Nipissing in April 2016 in North Bay Ontario GPS Coordinates: 46.274201N, 79.445699W Lake Nipissing is the third-largest lake in Ontario. It is relatively shallow for a large lake, with an average depth of only 4.5 m (15 ft). The shallowness of the lake makes for many sandbars along the lake’s irregular shoreline.

Your trip beings at PureOntario.org, From Jim Eadie Pure Ontario

Your trip beings at PureOntario.org, From Jim Eadie Pure Ontario

Welcome to PureOntario.org!  We are excited about our brand “Pure Ontario” which has just been launched. The PureOntario.org website will house content such as photos and videos of beautiful places including: waterfalls, destinations and attractions in Ontario. It will also have full maps, ratings, directories, blogs, and other tools to help with travel planning. The

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