ONTARIO BEST WATERFALLS
Here are some top waterfalls locations to check out this summer.
Inglis Falls is the most visited location where tourists often visit because of the treademous waterfalls and of course it is a beautiful view.
The Horseshoe Falls are also a popular visit because you can go on a boat and capture it’s beauty right up close.
The Horseshoe Falls is located on the Niagara River and approx 90% after diversions for Hydropower generation flows over the horseshoe falls but only 10% flows over the American Falls located between Terrapin Point on the Goat Island in the US and Table Rocks on the Ontario side of the falls.
BRIDAL VEIL FALLS
The Bridal Veil Falls is a waterfall near Kagawong on Manitoulin Island in Ontario, Canada. The Kagawong River flows between Lake Kagawong and Lake Huron. You can take a short hike trail from the fall to the North Channel and get a great view of the falls.
Rideau Falls is located in Ottawa, Canada. Rideau Falls has two waterfalls where Rideau River empties into Ottawa River. The falls are broken by Green Island the old City Hall just to the South and of course they were named by the early French then was later named after the falls.
One of the most beautiful waterfalls because you can easily access waterfalls in the Hamilton area. The main branch of Spencer Creek as it flows into the gorg, the one of two waterfalls within the Spencer Gorg and it is like a curtain waterfalls of approx 79 feet (22 metres) high.
Tiffany Falls has 21 metre high waterfall located in conservation area which was named after the first doctor Dr. Oliver Tiffany, and was born in Massachusetts and studied medicine then he came to Ancester.
It’s best to visit during the early spring as it dry up in the summer months and also used for ice climbing as well.
Ball’s Falls is located in Niagara Falls and is known as a tourist attraction. It is the most beautiful curtain waterfall I’ve ever seen. It’s a great view in the summer and in the winter if you’re hiking by the waterfalls!
Sherman Falls is a 17 metre high waterfall located in Ancaster, located in the west end of Hamilton and there are alternative names for the Sherman Falls like Smith Falls and Whitton Falls.
There are some attractions close by like the Old Mill restaurant, retail stores, Feildcote Muesum, Hermitage Ruins, and Griffin House. You can also take Bruce trails as well.
Before the summer comes to an end, you should get out there and explore all the wonderful waterfalls in Ontario has to offer!
TORONTO HIGH PARK ZOO
In 1873, Toronto Architect and surveyor John George Howard and his wife Jemima had 165 acres available to open the zoo for the public to visit. Later in 1876 and 1930 Toronto bought their property and expanded to 399 acres. Over 500,000 visitors came to the park every year. The zoo began to expand more animals from around the world so that people can enjoy looking at different species.