Category Archives: National Parks

Flowerpot Island Tobermory: Ultimate Guide to Hiking This Beautiful Island

Flowerpot Island Tobermory

Flowerpot Island near Tobermory, Ontario, is one of the most beautiful and unique places in our province. The island, part of the Fathom Five National Marine Park, is famous for its rock columns that resemble flowerpots (narrower at the bottom and wider at the top). There are also caves to explore, a historic lighthouse, and […]

Jones Creek Trails: Amazing Hiking at 1000 Islands National Park

Jones Creek Trails

The Jones Creek Trails are a section of the Thousand Islands National Park where you will encounter numerous places to go hiking. There are three mainland properties (Jones Creek Trails, Landon Bay, and Mallorytown Landing) and several islands where you can hike. While Landon Bay is the most popular place to go hiking in the […]

Beausoleil Island: Hiking the Beautiful Georgian Bay Islands National Park

Beausoleil Island

Beausoleil Island is the largest island at Georgian Bay Islands National Park, and this is the place where you’ll find the best hiking in the national park. It’s a great adventure for a day trip or you can go camping there for an extended stay. I’m going to show you how to plan a Beausoleil […]

Landon Bay Hiking Trails at the 1000 Islands National Park

Landon Bay Hiking Trails

Landon Bay is one of the best places to go hiking at the 1000 Islands National Park. The Thousand Islands region is a magical place to explore in southeastern Ontario. Although it’s one of the smallest national parks in Canada, it packs a punch. It’s a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve and part of the Frontenac Arch […]