Parks, Trails, Beaches and Places
Ontario, Canada Adventure Travel

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Algoma Region

Algoma Region - Ontario Parks and Places

Bruce Peninsula

Bruce Peninsula - Ontario Parks and Places

Greater Toronto Region

Greater Toronto Region - Ontario Parks and Places

Hamilton Region

Hamilton Region - Ontario Parks and Places

Huron Waterloo Region

Huron Waterloo Region - Ontario Parks and Places

Kawartha Northumberland Region

Kawartha Northumberland Region - Ontario Parks and Places

Muskoka Algonquin Region

Muskoka Algonquin Region - Ontario Parks and Places

Near North Region

Near North Region - Ontario Parks and Places

North of Superior

North of Superior Region - Ontario Parks and Places

Ottawa Valley

Ottawa Valley Region - Ontario Parks and Places

Rainbow Country

Rainbow Country Region - Ontario Parks and Places

Southwest Ontario

Southwest Ontario Region - Ontario Parks and Places

Sunset Country

Sunset Country Region - Ontario Parks and Places

Wilderness Region

Wilderness Region - Ontario Parks and Places

Wine Country - Niagara Region

Wine Country Region - Ontario Parks and Places

York Durham Region

York Durham Region - Ontario Parks and Places
The memorial pays tribute to Terry Fox from Port Coquitlam, B.C. who attempted to run across Canada (5300 miles) with a prosthetic leg in an effort to increase awareness and to raise money for cancer.
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Hodder Avenue
Thunder Bay
A deep gorge canyon is the sightseeing attraction in the Ouimet Canyon Provincial Park. The canyon gorge measures over 3 kilometres (1.9 mi.) long, 152 metres wide (500 ft.) and 172 metres deep (362 ft.).
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Ouimet Canyon Road
Bethune Park is a small community park in Scarborough, Ontario, Canada
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75 Bethune Blvd. Scarborough, ON M1M 3C5
Cedarvale Park is located near midtown, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It has vast open areas where one can observe a cricket game or simply relax on a blanket and read a book. It also has steep hiking trails for the more adventurous. Wildlife can sometimes be spotted, such as coyotes and snakes.
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Forest Hill
The Missinaibi Provincial Park is recognized as a popular destination for canoeing, boating and backcountry wilderness camping - as well as - for viewing ancient First Nation pictographs
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The park is a top adventure destination in Ontario, Canada for canoe paddle routes and wilderness backcountry camping. There are over 600+ lakes, over 2000+ wilderness campsites and 80+ kilometres of portages.
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Highway #11
Leash Free Dog Park
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1800 King Road, Burlington, Ontario
The Pigeon River Provincial Park measures about 949 hectares (2345 acres). The large park and river valley are well known for its deep gorges, rock walls, waterfalls, white water river rapids and canyon cliffs.
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Highway #61
Thunder Bay
There is a well maintained, supervised sandy beach and a 5 kilometre walking trail. The walking trail loops around the lake (some would say pond) leading to viewing platforms & information signs.
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Municipal Road 24
Centennial Park just off Grimsby's Main Street East is a lovely rolling green space backing onto the Niagara Escarpment.
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108 Main St East
Travelers enjoy both land and water eco systems when exploring in the Lake Superior Provincial Park. On Lake Superior there are groups of islands, hidden bays, beaches and First Nation pictographs. On land there are rocky canyons, towering cliffs, waterfalls, white water rivers, rolling hills and fo
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Highway 17
Highlights of Pither's Point Park are the sandy beach, the "Big Chair", the campground, the "Hallett" logging boat and the many various water sport activities.
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Colonization Road
Fort Frances
Pointe Des Chenes Park, Sault Ste Marie, Algoma Country, Northern Ontario, Canada popular for swimming, sightseeing, windsurfing, picnicking, camping.
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Airport Road
Sault Ste Marie
Moonlight Beach is an urban beach situated on the east end of Ramsey Lake. The beach is one of the more popular destinations in Sudbury for sunbathing and swimming during the summer months.
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Moonlight Road
The historical fort includes over 42 replica buildings which once housed and served fur trappers, French Canadian voyageurs, pioneer farmers and the Ojibway and Metis First Nation people.
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King Road
Thunder Bay
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