Hiking The Bruce Trail: Limehouse, Devil's Pulpit and Rattlesnake Point
Situated in Ontario, The Bruce Trail is the oldest and longest marked hiking trail in Canada. It is 885 km long, from Queenston Heights in Niagara Falls to Tobermory. Depending on your physical ability, if
100 Places to Visit in Canada In Summer - Hike Bike Travel
If you've never visited Canada it can be tough to decide where to go. Here are 100 places to visit in Canada in summer, a starting point for trip planning.
What is your favorite place for a Vacation?
My favorite place to vacation is a campground called Cypress Lake, which is located in the Bruce Peninsula National Park, in Ontario, Canada. The campsites are large and flat, and surrounded by beautiful mature mixed-deciduous forest. The...
Bruce Trail Hike #5 – Muddy Mishaps
This Bruce Trail hike started in St Catharines and ended at Decew House Park in Thorold. There were some muddy mishaps along the way, and beautiful scenery.
13 Breathtaking Beaches You Wouldn’t Believe Are In Ontario
Don't forget your sunscreen. The beaches in Ontario are world-class — the best of the best for surf, sand, and sun.
A Weekend in Tobermory and the Bruce Peninsula National Park
Looking for a weekend adventure outside the city of Toronto? Tobermory and the Bruce Peninsula is the perfect getaway to a true gem of Ontario with its turquoise waters, flower pot islands, fish and chips, charming town, and great camping opportunities. A must-see for anyone visiting Toronto in the summer.