An adorable hamlet smack dab in the middle of a designated 'scenic route.' The drive to your second stop is 12 minutes.
This road trip is a quick jaunt north of Toronto and is ideal for outdoor enthusiasts. It really is the perfect mix of everything.
- Road trip worthy bakeries and shops
- Historic attractions
- A variety of trails and natural attractions
- Adorable hamlets and scenic driving routes
This itinerary can be used throughout the year, from Wednesday - Sunday.
- Adventurous families and couples
- History lovers
Your second stop takes you to an award-winning attraction that offers a little bit of everything indoors and outdoors. The best part? It's free! The drive to your third stop is 15 minutes.
Lunch time! The choice is up to you to stay in the country or venture into a historic downtown. The drive time to your fourth stop is 15 minutes.
The fourth stop is for the explorers. Here we've recommended a few notable outdoor attractions for hikers and trail lovers!
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We had a wonderful time. Recommend going midweek, as destination #1, particularly, will be very busy at the weekend. Destination #2 is open Wednesday to Sunday, and worth visiting.
We absolutely loved this day….so many adorable places we never would have known to stop at. Lots of photo ops, food ops, and shopping ops. Beautiful scenery, and lots of surprises!!
My friend and I had a wonderful day together. We were delayed due to heavy traffic in Toronto but we still had enough time to enjoy ourselves. We grabbed a coffee and snack at the cafe in XXX. Relaxing place to sit outside and chat. We toured the art centre, explored both two conservation areas and had dinner in XXX before heading home. It was a leisurely paced day and a great way to explore a part of Ontario that I wasn't familiar with.