Travelling Canada: Central Ontario

Toronto is often in the spotlight when it comes to attracting travellers. In our virtual travel series, travelling Canada, we’re taking a look at some of the smaller towns in Canada that also offer plenty to do and see. We’ve “visited” Miramachi New Brunswick.

This time we’re looking at Central Ontario, including the regions of York and Durham. For Torontonians, a trip to York and Durham can be a big adventure, with a short travel time. For little kids especially, simple trips like this can have a lasting impact. These trips in Ontario’s Central counties, just outside Toronto, offer the exact kind of memory-making moments we all crave.

Here’s a selection of family-friendly events happening in central Ontario.

Travelling Canada: Central Ontario

Travelling Canada: Central Ontario

Take a Kid Fishing at Peninsula Resort

On July 9th from 10am to 1pm, your family can enjoy free fishing. You need to pre-register for this event.

Learn more.

Take the Teddy Bear Train

On July 10th, littles can ride the train with their favourite stuffed animal for just $1 at the Uxbridge and Stouffville Train Stations. Dr. Bear will give your teddy a check-up too. Find more information, including train departure times here.

Bat Hike at Kortright Centre for Conservation

Not for the squeamish, this amazing experience gives you an up close look at captive bats. You’ll take a guided walk with a bat expert through bat habitat and learn about this creatures. This is a night activity: 7:30pm – 9:30pm on July 14th.

Advance tickets required.

Day Out with Thomas at York Durham Heritage Railway

Thomas the Train fans will love this opportunity to meet and go on a ride with Thomas. They will also get the chance to meet Sir Topham Hatt and enjoy games and activities at the Imagination Station.

Learn more.

Enjoy your trip to Central Ontario, no matter where you are travelling from!

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