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  • Rodica N
    7 contributions
    More thrilling than expected. Seeing young kids getting on I assumed it is not too high intensity. I was wrong. Nice experience.
    Written December 5, 2021
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  • MaiTai
    Montreal, Canada1,774 contributions
    We were worried with weather getting warmer there would be no skiing or tubing end of March. Luckily skiing and skiing was still an option “spring skiing “ the mild temperatures allowed the kids to last longer outdoors.. since wheat her is warmer snow is softer and a little slower for us novice. Even my difficult teen enjoyed himself skiing this year.
    Finding options were difficult due to restrictions. Reservations were scarce even with advance notice.. limes were long to dine in.. however we managed to get in a few places for dinner.
    Written April 4, 2021
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  • BHorst
    Waterloo, Canada290 contributions
    We went here for a wine tasting as part of our B&B package. It includes four drinks and a charcuterie board. They have hard coders, white and red wines. Also some dessert wines from apples and grapes. Service was excellent.
    Written December 4, 2021
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  • Pinballina
    Toronto, Canada56 contributions
    Beautiful trails in a mixed forest.
    Great way to experience outdoors.
    Different difficulty courses from very easy to the more challenging uphill.
    Written October 15, 2021
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  • Aaron B
    Ancaster, Canada102 contributions
    Our family had a nice experience at Plunge. The water temperatures were very warm in all pools and the hot tub was a soothing heat. The staff was great, they let kids be kids and only interjected if there was a genuine safety concern like diving in shallow water. The waterslide was a hit with our kids. The cost is expensive, I recommend carving out 2-4 hours here to get the best bang for your buck. We plan on coming back again.
    Written April 3, 2022
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  • CricketAdventure
    Toronto, Canada1 contribution
    Great ciders, beers, and snacks! There is almost always something new to try and this visit was no exception. Super friendly staff and great service.
    Written June 28, 2022
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  • Sheila M
    Toronto, Canada23 contributions
    Great place off the hwy. Beach is all sand, no seaweed, open waters; beautiful place to swim and have a picnic!
    Written August 4, 2020
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  • 4kids2dogsandahubby
    Toronto, Canada237 contributions
    Always a stop for fudge and other cute little things for the house. Protocols are always followed during these uncertain times and the staff is always happy to help with a smile :).
    Written January 1, 2022
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  • Gabriel Cortez
    5 contributions
    Without a sandy beach, the park is still nice for enjoying the lake and the rocky shore.
    In summer, the water can be nice and warm.
    Many small sites, that are only suitable for small vehicles and tents.
    The worst of this park are the washrooms.
    They need serious upgrades, and the existing ones don't receive frequent enough maintenance. I see few staff around and, when many other Ontario Parks I visit every year have people cleaning good washrooms morning and evening, here in Craigleith I see the same mess stay for the two days of our visit.
    This weekend the condition was particularly disappointing. See the attached photo and you will imagine the frustration of many campers.
    Written June 5, 2022
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  • 4givN
    Peterborough, Canada356 contributions
    We were here in the winter months, but it was still spectacular. It was invigorating standing on the shore, with the icy wind and waves crashing onto the shore. There is plenty of parking, and benches to sit on. The area is nice for walking.
    Written May 12, 2022
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  • Robby G C
    Toronto, Canada78,235 contributions
    This is the The Craigleith Heritage Depot. There were two libraries and reminding in the past to not.

    Outside they showed several inversing also.

    The two librarians were very nice.

    When I went I went to the library.

    The next I enjoyed the museum.

    I had a great time.Librarians and museumI liked it, I learned a lot here.
    Written June 8, 2021
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  • Robby G C
    Toronto, Canada78,235 contributions
    This is the Petun Conservation Area.

    Petun Conservation Area.

    Located on the Osler Bluff of the NIagara Escarpment,Petun conservation Area.

    We found flowers.

    Rocks

    Lots of trees and hiking.

    A huge boulder.

    Nice views!

    This was so beautiful! I would like to come back here!
    We enjoyed this place. Wow!
    Written June 10, 2021
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  • famillegt528
    Ottawa, Canada9 contributions
    We were there at the right time of the year! This was very much worth the stop. We took a nice walk and There were about 30 fishermen fishing up to the dam, fishing trout. And we could see big fish going up through the levels of the fish way. Fisherman indicated most are salmon. Very interesting to watch!
    Written October 14, 2021
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  • Robby G C
    Toronto, Canada78,235 contributions
    I liked the Duncan Escarpment Provincial Nature Reserve.

    We had to hike to this place.

    We had fun.

    Sometimes we could see a huge place to see beautiful views!

    When we arrived we started pictures. We had never seen this. Wow.

    There were many holes and we enjoyed what we saw. We went from one place to another place.

    Other people came to see what we saw. They liked it too!
    Written May 31, 2021
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  • sarahnaid
    Listowel, Canada380 contributions
    We were delighted to stumble upon this gallery while meandering the. Main Street in Thornbury. The art displayed here was exquisite and reflected the local area. Although there was nothing thing for sale in my price range, I would definitely recommend a brief stop here for anyone passing through with an interest n art.
    Written April 21, 2022
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