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Hoggs Falls, Flesherton Ontario

Hoggs Falls, Flesherton Ontario

Hogg’s Falls, Flesherton Ontario Rating:2.5/5 South Central Region, Grey County, Flesherton GPS:  N 44 17.317 W 80 32.517 Access: Off Lower Valley Road 0.5 km east of E Black Line Hogg’s Falls is not as well known as close by Eugenia Falls but still boasts a beautiful area to explore. Hogg’s Falls and it is

Pure Ontario “My Favourite Spot” – Philip Edward Island, By Katelyn Grenko

Pure Ontario “My Favourite Spot” – Philip Edward Island, By Katelyn Grenko

This past summer was the first time I ventured out to Philip Edward Island. If you’ve never been to this magical place, I suggest you put it on your bucket list. This island stretches along the shores of Georgian Bay and has tons of small islands surrounding its southern shoreline and many great places to

The Belleville Bridge Lit, Belleville Ontario

The Belleville Bridge Lit, Belleville Ontario

The Belleville Bridge Lit, Belleville Ontario Along the riverwalk trail on the Moira river downtown Belleville, enjoy the “Belleville Bridge” lit at night. There is a smaller footbridge North of the Belleville Bridge (where this photo was taken) that also connects the downtown from the adjacent neighborhood.

Marsh Boardwalk Trail, Presqu’ile Provincial Park, Brighton Ontario

Marsh Boardwalk Trail, Presqu’ile Provincial Park, Brighton Ontario

Marsh Boardwalk Trail, Presqu’ile Provincial Park, Brighton Ontario Park Address:328 Presqu’ile Pkwy, Brighton, ON K0K 1H0 Lattitude and Longitude: N 43.997165 -77.724597 This 1.2 km loop trail includes over 800 meters of boardwalk that takes visitors into the marsh.  The Boardwalk has been totally rebuilt by the Friends of Presqu’ile Park and their volunteers, with

South Eels Cascade, Harcourt Ontario

South Eels Cascade, Harcourt Ontario

South Eels Cascade, Harcourt Ontario Rating:2/5 Eastern Region, Peterborough County, Eels Creek GPS: N 44 35.215 W 78 04.224 Access: Off Northey’s Bay Road west of County Road 6 (1680 Norhey’s Bay Road, Harcourt Ontario) A simple visit South of the bridge on Northeys Bay Road. Most people are in this area to Canoe or

Hell Holes Nature Trails & Caves, Centreville Ontario

Hell Holes Nature Trails & Caves, Centreville Ontario

Hell Holes Nature Trails & Caves , Centreville Ontario 420 Barrett Road, Centreville Ontario Admission: Adults $7.00, Youths (5-15) $5.00, Children Dare to go in the Hell Hole? Enjoy a 3.2 km self-guided tour through a unique geological area of Eastern Ontario. This privately owned land brings a little bit of everything to a hike/adventure.

Toronto’s CN Tower View from the St Lawrence Market, Toronto, Ontario

Toronto’s CN Tower View from the St Lawrence Market, Toronto, Ontario

St Lawrence Market 93 Front Street East, Toronto, ON M5E 1C3 Website: http://www.stlawrencemarket.com/ An interesting downtown Toronto perspective from Standing outside the North entrance of the St Lawrence Market. In the photo the great capture highlights the St Lawrence market Banner Sign, two sky scrappers, the CN Tower, and famous Gooderham building.

Memories made but not lost at the now closed Alexander Henry Museum, Kingston Ontario. By Jim Eadie from Pure Ontario

Memories made but not lost at the now closed Alexander Henry Museum, Kingston Ontario.  By Jim Eadie from Pure Ontario

Standing atop the Alexander Henry ship in Kingston Ontario  for the last time in July 2016. In July of 2016 my home was filled with exuberance, anticipation and excitement as we, my daughter and I, were getting ready to explore the “ship”, as referred to by my daughter. This level of excitement stemmed from her first visit,

Rock Towers along Lake Ontario at Breakwater Park, Kingston Ontario

Rock Towers along Lake Ontario at Breakwater Park, Kingston Ontario

Breakwater Park has a unique meandering shoreline and wonderful unobtrusive view of Lake Ontario and Wolfe Island. It is a popular picnic and relaxation area for visitors, residents and students. The iconic sculpture – ‘Time’ from 1973 is a central focus in the park that cannot be missed. Breakwater Park was named after Kingston’s original

Pump House Steam Museum, Kingston Ontario

Pump House Steam Museum, Kingston Ontario

Pumphouse Steam Museum, Kingston Ontario 23 Ontario St, Kingston, ON K7L 2Y2 http://steammuseum.ca/ Spectacular Museum for family, adults, and interactive areas for kids.  Enjoy a lot of history along Kingston’s waterfront on Lake Ontario, the architecture on the outside if a selling point enough to get you to do in and explore. This museum boasts

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