Port Dalhousie – A quaint gem for all outdoor enthusiasts

"Port Dalhousie is a community in St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada. It is known for its waterfront appeal. It is also home to the Royal Canadian Henley Regatta and is historically significant as the terminus for the first three routes of the Welland Canal, built in 1820, 1845 and 1889"Above quote taken from Wikipedia We decided... Continue Reading →

Jordan Harbour – Kayaking and found lots of wildlife

We kayak Jordan Harbour a lot but on this trip, we saw so many ducks, heron and turtles. Being on the water at Jordan Harbour is always a great adventure and never a dull moment , as you may have seen our previous blog post - Kayaking Jordan Harbour – Returned a lost Gosling to Mom.... Continue Reading →

Kayak or Canoe then Hike Island Lake Conservation Area

Island Lake Conservation Area located in Orangeville, Ontario, is where we kayaked for almost 3 hours and explored almost 7 km of water, marsh and channels. We don't own a kayak (yet), as we are unsure if we want a single or a tandem kayak.  The benefits of a tandem is you only require 1 roof... Continue Reading →

Exploring Halton Parks

Halton Parks consists of 8 separate fun filled parks for many different types of activities, for all ages all year round. If your into Skiing, Bird Watching, Hiking, Kayaking, or if your an extremist and enjoy Rock Climbing, Halton Parks is the place to visit. The 8 parks listed below are conveniently located in Halton,... Continue Reading →

Kayaking Long Point Provincial Park

We went Kayaking at Long Point and rented from Old Cut Marina which is operated by George Summers and Family. Old Cut Marina rents Seadoo's, paddle boats and single kayaks. Only been kayaking twice before, they really made me feel comfortable and love the encouragement from the young lady that helped us out. Since they only had... Continue Reading →

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