Discover Ontario’s trails in the clean clear outdoor air north in Ontario. A variety of outdoor trails exist for hikers, mountainbikers, snowshoers, snowmobiliers, cross -country skiers, canoeists, kayakers, walkers, lovers.
Some of the best Ontario outdoor experiences are combined with lodging in a variety of resort destinations at inns, hotels, cottage resorts, private cottages, bed and breakfasts, condominiums and chalets in cottage country north of Toronto. Here one can discover Ontario wilderness in a ‘Pure Ontario’ via Highway 400 north. Trails will be free from the distractions of city living and the day to day stresses of work. There is nothing better than a spa treatment and hot tub for relaxing after a day on the trails. Many spa getaways area available north of Toronto
Ontario Trail Getaway Experiences with Accommodation
Ontario Summer Trail Getaways
Ontario Winter Trail Getaways
National Parks Celebrate 100 Years in 2011
Hike a National Park trail in 2011. Experience the unforgettable as you join in the celebrations of the 100th anniversary of Parks Canada, the world’s first national parks service! Throughout the country and throughout the year, Canada’s historic and natural treasures are hosting special programs and activities put on to celebrate this special anniversary. Hike an Ontario Trail in one of several National Parks in the province and celebrate 100 years of outdoor natural history and heritage.
Many destination resort operators have trails on site which are available for guest staying on-site. Within each county in Ontario, visitors will find a variety of free use trails for recreation purposes. There are also municipal trails and some water trails in cities and towns in resort destinations with waterfront access. Trails are easily accessible off of major Provincial Roads and are perfect road trip break areas for families on their way north, or for couples wanting to stretch their legs for a romantic walk. Signs like the Simcoe County sign above easily identify Ontario Outdoor recreational opportunities allowed on the trail. The trail signs are visible from most roadside drives