Ontario Muskoka – Home Away From Home!
Article by smookedtrout
Muskoka region has long been considered as the home away from home for most of the permanent villagers who preferred to make the Muskoka as their second residential location. Most of the time when tourists or new visitors are moving for Muskoka, Ontario, they use to think for traveling the north region of this place. Well, it’s the cottage county of Muskoka that has managed to draw significant amount of response for last few years among the tourist population moving here. This part of the world has managed to draw more response in the traveling world due to its offering of numbers of beautiful lakes, cottages, and provincial parks. Here tourists can too draw the opportunity to explore different amazing outdoor destinations that are exactly generating a personal vision of Ontario’s Muskoka. Here the Muskoka cottage owners seems to be emphatic most of the time because it’s the single most destination in this part of the world where you can find luxury resorts and quaint villages. Muskoka will be hosting 2010 G8 Summit. Most of the time people know that Muskoka is located north to the Toronto. It’s the highway 400 that is exactly making Muskoka a highly accessed location. To the south border of Muskoka, the Simcoe County is located and the changes along the Severn River valley are a quite pleasing sight for the tourists here. To the west of Muskoka, it’s the main border Tay, which is a township. Muskoka has also managed to reach the Georgian Bay.
The Haliburton Highlands – A Natural Work of Art!
This part of the world has managed to acquire different name! Haliburton County has also managed to draw a significant amount of response from the traveling world in terms of its great Ontario outdoor locations. Here you can find out four municipalities and each of them is having a local municipal government.
These municipalities are:
* Municipality of Dysart et al
* Municipality of Highlands East
* Township of Minden Hills
* Township of Algonquin Highlands
Highway no.35 is connecting the Haliburton with the other cities of Ontario. This highway use to run at the center of the county and making it easy to access for all the travelers wish to move here on a tour. Well, it’s the Haliburton Chamber of Commerce that has named this place as the Haliburton Highlands – A Natural Work of Art! With so many outdoor destinations, and with a strong arts community, this part of the world has always managed to offer its visitor’s abundant fun and amazing stuffs in order to make the tour really successful. Her you will also come across different lakes that are loaded with enough beauty factors and the forests here are simply awesome. Exploring these highlands can bring in more fun for your tour and that’s for sure!
Kingston – Explore the Limestone City
It’s not always easy to access Kingston, Ontario. Its always easy to access this place when you want to get around it and when you are here to move for different exotic destinations located in this part of the world. Kingston as a tourist destination is conveniently located just off the highway no.401. This highway is located at the center of a famous hub that is again located between Ottawa, Montreal, Toronto and Syracuse. This part of the world is conveniently located beside the lake Ontario, the St. Lawrence River and the Historic or famous Canal Rideau. These are the best part of the Kingston that is exactly making this place highly accessed from the tourist’s point of view. Kingston is the place that has been considered as the pleasant and adventurous destination. It has also been termed as the Limestone City due to its distinct buildings that are made of local limestone rock. Kingston is located at the south end of the Canal Rideau. And at the same time the lake Ontario is there to produce a scenic backdrop for the entire city.
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