Friday, April 23, 2010

Mother's Day May-Spring Getaways

 Barrie Maple SyrupRomantic Sunsets

Mother's Day Getaways are available north of Toronto where you can treat mom to a
special gift of Sunday brunch, or Getaway spa weekend, or weekend gift package
at one of Ontario's many inns, hotels, cottages, in resort destinations north of Toronto. A May Getaway can include
Spring hiking getaways are great ways to get back in shape while viewing the beauty of early wildflowers. This weekend will be the last for the Maple syrup festival season. Consider a May road trip to a romantic country inn to see variations of emerging wildlife and spectacular sunsets. April is a good time to plan the Ontario cottage vacation or summer resort Vacation Holiday.

Ontario Resort Travel Destination-Association Picks of the Week

Featured Ontario Destinations & Travel Tourism Associations is an auction website where you can bid on various getaway packages, treatments, products, gift cards and more from Canada's favourite spas and inns, below regular cost. At we believe that the spa experience is not a luxury, but a necessity. There are many items to bid on such as getaway packages (both date-specific and non date-specific getaways), spa treatments, gift cards, retail items and more. You can bid on any number of items as often as you wish - new inventory will be posted on a weekly basis.

Romantic Getaway of the Week

Tall Pines Cottages - Minden, Ontario

Tall Pines Cottage Tall Pines Cottages
- Enjoy a relaxing getaway at Tall Pines Cottages, on
the shores of Twelve Mile Lake. Relax on the beach or sundeck, or take a quiet cruise in a canoe. Savor the fine cuisine offered in the area restaurants, take in the local art scene, or stroll along the countless trails. Please contact us for Rates

Family Getaway of the Week

Twin Lakes Resort - Minden, Ontario

Twin Lakes ResortTwin Lakes Resort
- Twin Lakes Resort offers One and Two Bedroom Lakeside Cottages on Mountain Lake and Three Bedroom Lakefront Cottages on Twelve Mile Lake. Our Housekeeping Cottages provide the ideal retreat for your relaxing getaway, with pleasantly decorated rooms with decks. Communal BBQs, fire pits, games room, TV lounge, sports fields, hiking trails and canoeing are located on site. Our lakes are excellent for fishing (fishing licence and equipment not included).

Town, Village & City Getaway of the Week

Yours Outdoors - Haliburton

Yours Outdoors Yours Outdoors
- Haliburton Rocks! Date: April 30th – May
2nd Explore the rich minerals deposits and unique geological features while enjoying the great hospitality of the Highlands on this fully guided 3 day adventure.This package is available with or without accommodation. Please register at least one week in advance.

Spa Getaway of the Week

Trillium Resort and Spa - Port Sydney, Ontario

Trillium Resort and SpaTrillium Resort and Spa
- Enjoy life in Muskoka with a hike along our 7 km of trails that wind through our 86 acres of pristine Muskoka woodlands. Paddle Devine Lake in a complimentary Canoe or Kayak. Pamper your mind body and soul in our full service Country Spa. All this and more in an exclusive "Adult" only setting.

Attraction of the Week

Discovery Harbour - Penetanguishene, Ontario
Discovery HarbourDiscovery Harbour - One of Ontario’s most picturesque historic sites, Discovery Harbour recalls the days of the 19th-century British navy and military that safeguarded the defence of Upper Canada. In 1820 the thriving naval dockyard boasted residences and workshops, large and small vessels, and a community of officers, artisans, sailors, and soldiers. The base was eventually operated by the British military from 1834 to 1856, constructing an impressive stone Officers’ Quarters that still stands today.

Attraction of the Week

Sainte-Marie among the Hurons - Midland, Ontario

Sainte-Marie among the HuronsSainte-Marieamong the Hurons - was Ontario’s first European community and is now a nationally significant historic site. Originally built in 1639, Sainte-Marie was the 17th century fortress and headquarters for the French Jesuit mission to the Huron people. The site’s history culminated in 1649 when a dramatic turn of events forced the missionaries to abandon and burn their home of nearly 10 years.