Monday, April 28, 2008

Ontario Travel to Spring Getaways, Country Dining, Wildlife Viewing, Road Trips,


KA…..BLOOM WITH SPRING COLOURS

North of Toronto, Ontario…………….Spring, 2008. Ontario's spring colours are blooming north of Toronto with shades of greens, yellows, reds and all the colours of the rainbow. A variety of more than 100 overnight spring getaway packages are available at resorts, and various accommodation properties which can be viewed at http://www.400eleven.com/getaways-spring.htm

Bird Watching Wildlife Viewing

It is not unusual to spot deer, moose, and a variety of avian species before the foliage starts to fill in. Many would say that the spring is the best time for wildlife viewing. Many of the Provincial and National parks will be re-opening for the Victoria Day Weekend. See Algonquin Park area

Dining-Day or Overnight Trips

Consider a romantic trip or country drive to one of Ontario’s dining experiences in quiet spring romantic atmosphere such as the Millcroft Inn overlooking the falls. See Dining locations north of Toronto

Fishing Getaways

With the opening of fishing season many lodges and resorts north have put together more than 20 getaway fishing packages including overnight accommodation http://www.400eleven.com/getaways-fishing.html.

Seasonal Attractions Re-Openings

Many Ontario’s seasonal historical, cultural and natural attractions are opening for the season over the next month. As an example Sainte-Marie among the Hurons re-opens on April 28, and Scenic Caves Nature Adventures in Collingwood will be opening on the first May weekend.

Spring Drives-road trips north

Road trips north at this time of the year are the best times to view wildlife, as the trees are not in full foliage. It is not unusual to see moose around the Algonquin Park area and deer throughout Ontario. A walk in the woods to see the masses of Ontario’s flower the Trillium blooming is a must for every visitor to Ontario. 400Eleven has assembled nine suggested spring travel routes with directions and places to stay and visit along the route. http://www.400eleven.com/colour-report-spring.html.

The Algonquin Park area has a number of May getaway packages that will appeal to the naturalists and outdoors adventurers who love to hike and canoe, but want to stay in warm comfortable accommodation. http://www.400eleven.com/algonquin-area.html

For visitors wanting more information on traveling north of Toronto, contact us with your questions. We will do our best to get back to you within the day. http://www.400eleven.com/contact.html.

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