It’s so important to embrace winter. Enjoying the season is such a fundamental part of being Canadian; not to mention a great way to keep the mind, body and soul in good shape.
Trip Inspiration | Outdoor Recreation
Friday, January 15, 2021 11:00 AM by Southwest Ontario Tourism Corporation
Do you normally spend the snowy months down south? Take this opportunity to spend the winter learning more about your local region, discovering area businesses, and taking in some natural winter beauty.
The advent of a new year brings resolutions that are often sparked from becoming more active or learning a new skill. There is no reason to suffer from cabin fever this winter season with so many safe outdoor activities to enjoy right here in Elgin County.
Apple Land Station, The Mill Pond & More!
Join Jenelle Nicole and her family as they explore Middlesex County. Experience the family fun hiking the Mill Pond Ecotrail, picking apples at Apple Land Station, shopping at Gracie's Place, and eating delicious pizza at Alberta's Restaurant & Pizzeria.
Tuesday, October 6, 2020 2:00 PM by Jenelle Nicole
If you're looking for baby-friendly farm activities in Ontario's Southwest this fall, this is the VLOG you've been looking for. Join Jenelle Nicole and her family for a fun filled day at Synder's Farm in Oxford County.
Most noted philosophers used walking to get their thoughts going. Wilderness visionaries like Henry David Thoreau walked a great distance to experience the wilderness landscape (Thoreau walked 100 days in 1866, from Montreal to Quebec City). But you don’t need a major pilgrimage to become familiar with nature.
Looking for slightly more challenging paddle routes in Southwestern Ontario? The region is chalked full of amazing paddling destinations, from day use to a quick overnight. Here are some of my favourite intermediate routes.
Canoe and kayak sales are going bonkers right now. There are more people out paddling than ever before. Some are heading to the far north to soak in the solace of some far-off wilderness waterway. But a lot more are just looking for tranquility on a piece of nearby semi-wild water, and maybe even practice up their skills a little bit.