A popular gathering place where the warm waters of Lake Erie meets miles of white sandy beach providing great windsurfing, swimming and sunbathing. There is a picnic area, rest room facilities and volleyball courts on site.
The Bruce Peninsula section of the trail stretches from Tobermory to Wiarton, Ontario, Canada measuring 160 kilometres. It is recommended to schedule 8-9 days to complete the trail. This is is you plan on hiking 18-22 kilometres a day.
Bruce Coast Lighthouse Tour is a popular learning experience and sightseeing road trip exploring the shoreline of Georgian Bay and Lake Huron visiting lighthouses and marine heritage sites in Ontario, Canada.
Heritage Park is one of the many sightseeing park destinations located along the waterfront in Barrie on the shores of Kempenfelt Bay. The park is home to duck ponds, beautiful floral gardens, art structures and one of the most unique water splash parks in Ontario.
Activities enjoyed on the beach include swimming, sun tanning and sightseeing. The views from the beach stretch out across Kempenfelt Bay with the city skyline as a backdrop. Often there are also views of marine activity.
Minet's Point tends to be less crowded and away from the sometimes chaotic marine activity. The park is treed with sections of shade and there are, also, open areas for those who wish to embrace the warmth of the sun.
Decorating the paths are many sightseeing benches which come in handy when birding or listening to the many song birds which frequent the park. Amenities in the Sunnidale Park include a large children's playground, pit toilets, parking lot, off leash dog area and the Dorian Parker Centre.
The trail route begins near the Mattagami Park in Timmins, Ontario and continues along Norman Street and concludes near the Lafleur Bridge. A combination of side streets and pathways provide a loop route exploring both sides of the river.
The trail is a popular destination for birding, biking, walking, sightseeing, picnicking and dog walking (on leash). Located along the trail are day use picnic tables, information signs, viewing platforms and sightseeing benches.
The Schumacher Lions Park is designed around a "mining" theme complete with mining interpretive signs, a miner's memorial and some mining artifacts. The green space park is a day use picnic area with picnic tables and a picnic shelter.
The trail network of Porcupine Lake consists of two sections - the Porcupine Lake Trail and the Bart Thompson Trail. The lake and trails are popular for many activities including birdwatching (birding), canoeing, walking, jogging, hiking, sightseeing, picnicking and dog walking (on leash).
The Scout Rock Trail is a 4 kilometre (2.5 mi.) one-way, year-round recreation trail which explores a forest, some hills, a community neighbourhood and a marsh. Located along the route are some great viewpoints overseeing the community of Timmins, Ontario.
The trail is popular for activities including walking, hiking, biking, birdwatching, picnicking and sightseeing. Some of the best views of the Mountjoy and Mattagami Rivers are enjoyed from this trail.
In total, there are 516 hectares of dry marsh area and 209 hectares of flooded wetland in the Hilliardton Marsh Provincial Wildlife Area. It is a combination of environments creating open water and marsh-like eco systems attracting many birds to the region.
The Nastawgan Trails consists of many large parcels of land and interconnected waterways maintained for the enjoyment of non motorized adventures. The wilderness areas are explored via a collection of hiking trails and a vast network of canoe routes measuring over 2400+ kilometres.
The park consists of four islands. The islands provide refuge for many species of Arctic birds - as well as - a viewing point for wildlife sightings of seals and beluga whales. Best time for viewing whales is spring and fall.