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Ripley's Aquarium Of Canada Toronto 0.7 km away
#1 of 113 Nature & Parks in Toronto
Their playful splashing, curious nature, very soft skin, and gentle feeding style led to a very intimate, interactive, unforgettable experience.
The fact it stays open until 11pm already makes it a one of a kind place to visit but the ocean life it houses is beyond awe inspiring and the internal structure of the place gives this Jurassic Park feel of amaze...
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Niagara Falls Niagara Falls 68.1 km away
#1 of 32 Nature & Parks in Niagara Falls
The entire parkway from Fort Erie to Niagara-on-the-Lake on the Canadian side, is parks, golf courses, nature walks, botanical gardens, bike and roller blade paths and clean beautiful gardens and green space.
white water walk, walking to Table Rock for great pictures, Incline Railway, Clifton Hill etc. or you can do the nature thing.. take a hike in the Gorge, ride bikes along the river, OR do the wine tours and enjoy...
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Niagara Glen Nature Areas Niagara Falls 63.5 km away
#3 of 32 Nature & Parks in Niagara Falls
The scenery from various areas along the trail is breathtaking!! Seeing the rapids and whirlpools and the water racing by shows you the strength of Mother Nature!! Something you should do to get close to nature!!...
If you are outdoorsy and love hiking, the gorge and Niagara Glen nature area is amazing.
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Niagara Parks Garden Trail Niagara-on-the-Lake 55.4 km away
#1 of 11 Nature & Parks in Niagara-on-the-Lake
This is one of the most beautiful places with masses of local nature splendidly on show----- trees, streams, trees and a a varied wide range of wild life.
The Niagara Parks Garden Trail is where you can have a great leisurely walk in Spring, Summer, Fall or Winter.
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Toronto Island Park Toronto 3.0 km away
#2 of 113 Nature & Parks in Toronto
Amazing for young children 2 - 10 with an amusement park that has cool rides and lots of parkland and swings etc Great for walking, cycling, having a picnic and of course the ferry ride over is great
Consisting of 15 islands connected by pathways and bridges, the islands offer a beautiful green park experience of beaches, playgrounds, sports fields, hiking and bicycle trails, boardwalks,floral gardens, picnic...
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High Park Toronto 6.4 km away
#3 of 113 Nature & Parks in Toronto
Gorgeous park with a something for everyone - castle playground for kids, zoo for all ages, unleashed dog area, theatre in the summer, beautiful gardens, a little bit of history and amazing walks.
High Park is Toronto's largest public park featuring many hiking trails, sports facilities, diverse vegetation, a beautiful lakefront, convenient parking, easy public transit access, a dog park, a zoo, playgrounds...
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Rattray Marsh Conservation Area Mississauga 22.9 km away
#1 of 33 Nature & Parks in Mississauga
Awesome trails through the Rattray Marsh, great place to check out nature along the way including beach, marsh, different birds and waterfowl.
Great all season natural park and large forest/marsh area to enjoy for hiking, walking, dog -walking, picnicking and BBQ'ing etc. Ample parking at the eastern entrance near Lorne Park Rd.
Burlington Waterfront Trail Burlington 49.7 km away
#1 of 15 Nature & Parks in Burlington
Nature lovers, Burlington Waterfront Trail is a must beautiful view of the lake, untouched nature, birds, wildlife, so serene.
Wonderful to walk along the lake and admire the view, the parks and the lovely art and fountains.
Lynde Shores Conservation Area Whitby 40.6 km away
#1 of 7 Nature & Parks in Whitby
A popular stopover for both waterfowl & shorebirds and home to local nesting birds, Lynde Shore Conservation area is a truly unique experience for outdoor & nature lovers alike!
... hand to take a peanut, Blue Jays, who will also land on your hand and take a peanut, feed other birds, ducks, squirrels, the occasional raccoon, see turkeys walking around, it's just a great little nature walk!
Crawford Lake Conservation Area Campbellville 49.7 km away
#1 of 2 Nature & Parks in Campbellville
The site is handicap accessible with a beautiful boardwalk nature path around the lake and interpretive signs to explain a bit of the history and unique qualities of the lake.
Beautiful lake, good place to relax, enjoy nature, have a chit chat with family and friends.. good for summer...
Port Credit Mississauga 19.9 km away
#2 of 33 Nature & Parks in Mississauga
Spectacular sail boats, meandering lakefront parks, wonderful walking and biking trails, speciality shops, renown restaurants and quiet cafes are only a few reasons why you must visit.
There are beautiful bike and walking trails for nature lovers, boat tours offered on the Credit River, as well as amazing restaurants along Lakeshore Road!
Donald M. Gordon Chinguacousy Park Brampton 28.4 km away
#1 of 11 Nature & Parks in Brampton
Awesome place to see the petting zoo, mini golf, park, water park, feed the ducks, walk through the park, picnic area.. awesome place for a cheap day out with the family They also have winter activities
With parks, ponds, an animal farm, track, shot putt, beach volleyball, tennis, walking trails, mini putt, and fountains to name just a few things to do.
Fort George National Historic Site of Canada Niagara-on-the-Lake 50.6 km away
#2 of 11 Nature & Parks in Niagara-on-the-Lake
junior) park interpreter was incredibly knowledgeable about the War of 1812 from the points of view of all parties: British Army in North American, Canadian Militias, First Nations (Indians), Loyalists and America...
The park does an excellent job showing the period with reanactors and it’s a great place just to soak in the beautiful area that Niagara on the lake is
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Hilton Falls Conservation Area Milton 49.0 km away
#2 of 10 Nature & Parks in Milton
What a beautiful place, so much to see and do and nature just oozes from every corner you turn, whilst in the height of summer the area must be fantastic in the fall and nature produces its finest pallet of colour
You can choose from a really short walk to a 9 km one, and if you feel like walking more, just take the Bruce trail that goes through the park
Spencer Smith Park Burlington 49.2 km away
#2 of 15 Nature & Parks in Burlington
To get there walkers, cyclists and skateboarders in the park can cruise past sloping greensward that sometimes hosts open air concerts as well as a nicely laid out memorial to Canadian sailors who lost their lives...
... and later take a stroll at the beautiful Spencer Smith Partk located right on the Lake Ontario.In spring and summer, you can feel the zing of greenery, flora and fauna that flourishes in the garden at this park.
White Water Walk Niagara Falls 65.2 km away
#5 of 32 Nature & Parks in Niagara Falls
Wild rapids must see once in your life, also natural walk on side of rapids and an amazing view of nature, excellant access for handicap people and lots of washroom close by.
Access is include in the Niagara Parks ticket (along with the cruise to the foot of the Falls which is also worth the time) In the sunshine the colours are fabulous shades of green-blue from almost white to aquama...
Edwards Gardens Toronto 9.9 km away
#4 of 113 Nature & Parks in Toronto
A beautifully well-maintained park, full of botanical species and a great connection to the Don Valley string of parks leading down to Lake Ontario, by bicycle, roller-blading or walking.
We always make sure we visit this park once a year, usually in June as the colours of the new plants and flowers are amazing.
Rattlesnake Point Conservation Area Milton 47.0 km away
#3 of 10 Nature & Parks in Milton
Part of the extensive Bruce Trail at Niagara Escarpment, the park offers great hiking trails with fantastic views over the Nassagaweya valley.
Great place to get away from the indoors and to hit some beautiful trails surrounded by nature!
Gage Park Brampton 30.4 km away
#2 of 11 Nature & Parks in Brampton
... artisan vendors for that one of a kind treasure find.close to the beautiful Rose Theatre and many fantastic restaurants, the location of the park makes for an ideal stroll after the show or dinner with friends.
Spring : Great for wedding/engagement photos Summer : Classic car show / park-fests Autumn : Enjoy the vivid fall colours and bright skies Winter : Skating / park-fests
Cambridge Butterfly Conservatory Cambridge
#1 of 14 Nature & Parks in Cambridge
This is a gem in Cambridge, a place to walk about amongst nature and lovely florals.
This park offers lots of parking with many events throughout the summer months.
Lion's Valley Park Oakville 36.0 km away
#1 of 6 Nature & Parks in Oakville
A great place to enjoy a diverse nature experience with the family, A river and .plenty of wildlife to explore.
Loved to explore this park for first time my girls and we had so much fun..so peaceful and you are surrounded by trees and creek.
Fairy Lake Park Newmarket 45.2 km away
#1 of 7 Nature & Parks in Newmarket
From scenic trails with trees dedicated to loved ones to mother nature's little surprises one is sure to enjoy this park.
Named for our beloved former mayor, the Tom Taylor Trail takes you from one side of Newmarket to the other with an opportunity to walk through the picturesque Fairy Lake park.
Lake Ontario Ontario, Canada 1.2 km away
#72 of 1,620 Nature & Parks in Ontario
The lakeside is one of my favourite places in and around Toronto as it offers tons of activities and attractions like beaches, parks, attractions, ports, food, culture and great walks.
In recent decades, it has become a jungle of high rises that cover the entire lakeshore, leaving only short areas of greenery and paths to stroll and admire nature.
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Jack Darling Memorial Park Mississauga 22.5 km away
#3 of 33 Nature & Parks in Mississauga
It's peaceful and beautiful, amazing old trees and gorgeous lake with places for barbecue and picnics!! Love this park Cool history as well to read about!
This is a great park for walkers, dog walkers, and families; easy walking trails with board walks, great opportunity to view the birds animals and fish that make their home in the marsh.
Rotary Park Ajax 34.3 km away
#1 of 5 Nature & Parks in Ajax
great place to have a picnic with the family, and or friends, the kids can play in the park while you set up the perfect bbq lunch or dinner , bring your bikes and running shoes for a stroll around the park and ta...
Lakeside paved and ploughed waterfront trail near large park with playground , small pavilion, washrooms, snack bar in season, picnic tables, small boat launch, beach, fishing or just connecting with nature.
Lakefront Promenade Park Mississauga 16.3 km away
#4 of 33 Nature & Parks in Mississauga
There are bike trails, walking trails, boat launch, fishing docks, concessions, model boat launch, kids water park, play ground, ball diamonds, sailing club and large open green areas.
The park is clean everywhere you go, there is the marina, and the boardwalk if you want to take a stroll, there are hiking trails you can get access to, and it's a great place for running and sports!
Cambridge to Paris Rail Trail Cambridge
#2 of 14 Nature & Parks in Cambridge
We take the rail trail weekly because we live close and love the nature and wildlife we see well on the trail.
The parking at the Cambridge end fills up quick but if you don't mind crossing Hway 24 there is plenty of parking at Churchill park.
Allan Gardens Conservatory Toronto 1.6 km away
#5 of 113 Nature & Parks in Toronto
Nature’s magic lives there flying with butterflies, swimming with turtles and blooming with exotic flowers.
It's taken care of really well and a wonderful spot to let children explore (also there is a really great park for children on the West entrance of the conservatory).
Tiffany Falls Conservation Area Ancaster 57.4 km away
#1 of 3 Nature & Parks in Ancaster
It’s an amazing place for photography and relaxing, I recommend to enjoy the forest and nature.
Park your car, buy a parking ticket for $2 an hour which is all you need, display your ticket on the car dashboard, then head to the Falls.
Happy Rolph's Animal Farm St. Catharines 49.5 km away
#1 of 22 Nature & Parks in St. Catharines
Petting zoo with wonderful animals, large pond with lots of various birds, nice park to walk at plus right by Lake Ontario - scenic and relaxing.
Lovely farm animals, a nice nature walk, a climbing gym.