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The Natural Delights of Ontario
Ontario is undoubtedly a dream destination for those who enjoy the outdoors, with its stunning scenery and natural attractions. Parks, lakes, rivers, and forests abound, making the area a mecca for hikers, photographers, watersports enthusiasts, painters, and nature lovers. Here are just two perfect suggestions waiting to be explored.
Point Pelee National Park
This is Canada's smallest national park, but there is plenty of wildlife and nature to be found within its boundaries. There are several different habitats within the park, including forests, swamps, and savannahs. Visitors can enjoy birdwatching and look out for the Monarch butterfly, known to inhabit the park during the Fall season. Other wildlife includes dragonflies, turtles, and snakes. Hiking, cycling, and swimming can also be enjoyed at Point Pelee, year-round.
This lovely attraction is located in the Grand River Valley and has scenic riverside trails and spectacular viewpoints for hikers. For those visitors seeking an adrenaline rush, it is possible to go tubing or kayaking through the rapids. However, it is somewhat challenging and may only be suitable for those with more experience in the water. There are numerous campsites for anyone who would prefer a more extended stay in the area.
Other natural attractions in Ontario include Agate Island Beach, Niagara Falls, and the Scarborough Bluffs. Visitors can find something to do every day of the year when they begin to explore the natural delights of Ontario!