Summer just got a little more adventurous with the grand opening of Treetop Trekking Company’s newest location of their Zip Line and Aerial Game Park located at Bruce’s Mill Conservation Area in Stouffville.
Each Fall, thousands of people visit Ontario Conservation Parks to see the explosion of colour in the park's forests. What better way to enjoy the Fall weather than spending a pleasant afternoon at a park.
Imagine walking through a treetop canopy and getting a unique view of the forest from an elevated boardwalk. The only walk of its kind, a treetop family adventure is an experience you'll always remember.
If you're visiting the Toronto Islands this Summer, be sure to stop by the Franklin Children's Garden. Follow the green turtles along the path and you will soon discover this exciting garden for kids and families!
The Humber Arboretum is nature in the city at its best! The centre offers curriculum connected school trips, nature camps all year long, P.A. day activities, birthday parties, and more! Visiting the centre is free.
The Terra Cotta Conservation Area is a unique setting with 485 acres of natural environment and a trail lover’s paradise that will give you a great appreciation for the beauty of the surrounding natural settings.
Rouge Park is Canada's premier urban wilderness park, located in York Region. Not too far from the skyscrapers of downtown Toronto, you can experience different scenery with historic farms, century-old trees, peaceful meadows, and lush wetlands.
A premier destination where Mississauga residents can enjoy free outdoor events, arts, culture, and heritage. In the winter time, visitors take advantage of the outdoor ice rink; one of the largest in the GTA.
Once a parking lot, Sugar Beach is the latest project in the revitalization of the Toronto Waterfront. Canada's Sugar Beach is like three parks in one and includes a plaza, an urban beach and a tree-lined promenade.