Posts Tagged ‘Ontario Travel Blog’

Elora Gorge: Jewel of the Grand River Valley by Hillary Hornung a Pure Ontario contributor

Elora Gorge: Jewel of the Grand River Valley by Hillary Hornung a Pure Ontario contributor

Elora Gorge Address: 7400 Wellington County Rd 21, Elora, ON N0B 1S0 The tiny town of Elora, Ontario hosts a hidden jewel. It’s a jewel that I recently visited for the first time, even though I live 40mins away. I was not only taken with the towns charm but the Gorge as well. There are

My Spirit Rock Conservation Area experience, written by Joanne Wiersma

My Spirit Rock Conservation Area experience, written by Joanne Wiersma

A few summers ago, we read about the Corran Ruins situated in the south Bruce Peninsula, and being intrigued, we made plans for a day trip to explore! We packed a picnic lunch then headed off early one morning, making a pit stop in Wiarton for coffee, then continued north on hwy#6 for another 20

Killarney Provincial Park, my favorite place to travel in Ontario. Written by photographer Stefan Hofer

Killarney Provincial Park, my favorite place to travel in Ontario. Written by photographer Stefan Hofer

Killarney Provincial Park is my favorite place to visit in Ontario. The park has it all; many mountainous quartzite peaks above 400 meters, cobalt blue lakes, small rocky islands punctuated by swaying Eastern white pines – the list goes on and on, not to mention the abundant wildlife. I’ve been to a lot of places

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,

Exploring Georgian Bay, by Chris and Nicole of CNA Photography

Exploring Georgian Bay, by Chris and Nicole of CNA Photography

Ontario encompasses over one-fifth of the worlds fresh water with its 250,000 lakes.  These waterways play a key part in the history and development of the province through the means of transportation for early explorers, a source of food and influencing where towns would be built. Next to the five great lakes, Georgian Bay is