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Canadian Canoe Museum, Peterborough Ontario

Canadian Canoe Museum, Peterborough Ontario

Canadian Canoe Museum Address: 910 Monaghan Rd, Peterborough, ON K9J 5K4 http://www.canoemuseum.ca/ What could be more Canadian then canoes? And what kind of museum is more “Canadian” than a museum that shows them. The Peterborough Canoe Museum collection began modestly enough in the 1950’s as a private collection assembled by Professor Kirk Wipper at Camp

Purple Sunset at Lake Ontario Park, Kingston Ontario

Purple Sunset at Lake Ontario Park, Kingston Ontario

Lake Ontario Park Address: 920 King St W, Kingston, ON K7M 9G9, Canada With a beautiful coating of snow and a winter sunset you never know what your going to get. This photo was captured in February 2016 along the shores of Lake Ontario, a beautiful rock path with snow and the icy, purple sunset

Canadian Automotive Museum, Oshawa Ontario

Canadian Automotive Museum, Oshawa Ontario

Canadian Automotive Museum 99 Simcoe St S, Oshawa, ON L1H 4G7 Website: http://www.canadianautomotivemuseum.com Phone: 905-576-1222 Among all of the serene beauty in Ontario, its great to learn about history, innovation, and culture through our distinct museums.  When in Oshawa or the GTA the Canadian Automotive Museum is worth a visit, it is not the biggest museums

Burleigh Falls, Burleigh Falls Ontario

Burleigh Falls, Burleigh Falls Ontario

Burleigh Falls Rating: 2.5/5 Eastern Region, Peterborough County GPS: N 44 33.372 W 78 12.144 Access: Easy Address: 2891-2925 Old Burleigh Rd, Juniper Island, ON K0L 2C0, Canada Just south of Burleigh Falls off ON-28 When I talk to locals about Burliegh Falls I hear people talk about they remember swimming here as a kid

The Largest Oak Savanna of Ontario – Pinery Provincial Park, by Drea a Pure Ontario contributor

The Largest Oak Savanna of Ontario – Pinery Provincial Park, by Drea a Pure Ontario contributor

In Ontario, especially in Southwestern Ontario, we are blessed by the Great Lakes, each offering a beauty of its own. Having visited three out of the five Great Lakes, I must say that Lake Huron is by far my favourite. This could be because I spent many summer days growing up on the shores of

Bridal Veil Falls, Manitoulin Ontario

Bridal Veil Falls, Manitoulin Ontario

Bridal Veil Falls Rating: 4/5 Agawa River, Agawa Bay, Algoma County GPS: N 47 25.098 W 84 29.046 Access: Easy, 20 minutes 38-48 Main St, Kagawong, ON P0P 1J0, Canada Manitoulin Island is one of the prettiest places in Ontario with one of prettiest plunge class waterfalls in Ontario. Bridal Veil falls over a prominent

French River Gorge and Suspension Bridge, Alban Ontario

French River Gorge and Suspension Bridge, Alban Ontario

French River Gorge and Suspension Bridge , Alban Ontario GPS Coordinates for the Bridge: N46 1.019 W80 35.138 Park Address: 20526 Trans-Canada Hwy 69, P0M1A0,, Alban, ON Phone: (705) 857-1630 Website: http://www.ontarioparks.com/park/frenchriver The French River is the first designated Canadian Heritage River that Aboriginal people used for travel and as a meeting place for thousands

Rockwood Falls, Rockwood Ontario

Rockwood Falls, Rockwood Ontario

Rockwood Falls Rating: 2.5/5 Eramosa River, South Central Region, Wellington County GPS: N 43 36.755 W 80 08.867 Access: In Rockwood Conservation Area Address: 161 Fall St S, Guelph/Eramosa, ON N0B 2K0 This must be called Rockwood Falls since the falls is surrounded by a  rocky woody area that boasts an interesting conservation area, by

Salmon Point Lighthouse, Salmon Point Ontario

Salmon Point Lighthouse, Salmon Point Ontario

Salmon Point Lighthouse Address: 714 Salmon Point Rd, Cherry Valley, ON K0K 1P0, Canada Latitude: 43.8578529 Longitude: -77.24179449999997 Travel Instructions: Land access to the lighthouse has been restricted for several years. The former Salmon Point Campground has been sold, and a fence and posted signage restrict access to the site. You should now plan on

MillFalls, Milford Ontario

MillFalls, Milford Ontario

Mill Falls Rating: 2.5/5 Mill Pond, Eastern Region, Prince Edward County Lattitude: 43.93612590000001 Longitude: -77.10366629999999 Access: Easy, Mini cascade on the right side of the bridge, main falls on the left side of the bridge Address: 640-794 Crowes Road, Prince Edward County, ON Most Prince Edward County waterfalls are not known, MIlford is known for

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