Parks, Trails, Beaches and Places
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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
Binbrook Tract Conservation area is on the Lake Niapenco reservoir, the largest inland lake in the Niagara Watershed.
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5050 Harrison Road
The Fossil Hill Trail is a 3 kilometre one-way, single track, hiking path exploring the many rocky outcrops of the Escarpment Biosphere Conservancy. The Escarpment Biosphere Conservancy was created so to protect the land and wildlife of the Niagara Escarpment.
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New England Road
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.
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Johnson Street
The Kettle Lakes Provincial Park is best known for its kettle lakes, eskers and erratics. The lakes are a popular destination for adventures like canoeing, kayaking, swimming, birding and fishing for rainbow, brook trout, perch and northern pike.
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Highway # 101
Iroquois Falls
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
Burlington's beautiful 57 acre park on the shore of Lake Ontario
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50 North Shore Boulevard
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).
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Bruce Avenue
South Porcupine
Because the provincial park is largely a byproduct of receding glaciers during the last Ice Age the landscape includes eskers, 29 lakes, bogs, sand dunes, sandy beaches and a boreal forest consisting of jack pine, black spruce, white birch and tamarack trees.
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Highway 672
Kirkland Lake
The boardwalk lookout provides a 180 degree view of Thunder Bay including views of Lake Superior, The Sleeping Giant, Kaministiquia River, Fort william First Nation and the Thunder Bay International Airport.
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Mission Road
Thunder Bay
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.
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Riverside Drive
The conservation area is best explored along a vast network of recreation trails measuring 25 kilometres in total and a select few access roads like the Lynx Road and Fisher Lake Trail.
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Ross Avenue
Laura Howe Marsh is a wetland and mixed forest sightseeing destination ideal for walking and birdwatching. The marsh is located in Northwestern Ontario, Sunset Country in the community of Dryden.
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Van Horne Avenue
The trail network measures 11+ kilometres and explores an escarpment and along the banks of the Duchesnay Creek before connecting up with Duchesnay Falls.
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College Drive
North Bay
East Bluff Lookout in the Harold Noble Memorial Park is a very popular sightseeing destination providing views overlooking Gore Bay and the North Channel.
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E. Bluff Road
Gore Bay
The Sault Ste. Marie Canal National Historic Site is a waterway canal system connecting Lake Huron and Lake Superior of the Great Lakes of Ontario. The waterway is used, mostly, by recreational boats and yachts with the odd kayak group and freighter passing through.
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Canal Drive
Sault Ste Marie
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