4 mentions in Best places to kayak or canoe in southern Ontario?
Glen S. said, "...I haven't done it myself, but I've heard from friends about the great kayak/canoe tours around and through Toronto Islands. It's actually pretty calm around there and really relaxing. If you are looking for a driving trip, there are great attractions..." See More
Cassie D. said, "...Harbourfront, which is right in downtown. You can rent kayaks and/or canoes for the day, and then paddle over to the Toronto Islands and through the lagoons, which is Toronto's best kept secret. For some exploration via paddle boat outside the core..." See More
3 mentions in Where to catch the best views in Toronto?
Beth S. said, "...The views from the Toronto Islands are wonderful. Its a great place to explore in the summer too with Center Island and Centreville Amusement Park, Ward's Island and their lovely cottages and the boardwalk overlooking the lake. There is an AMAZING restaurant..." See More
2 mentions in Must go places in Toronto?
Zishan A. said, "...Walk & explore the different neighbourhoods (Little Italy, Kensington Market, Chinatown). Walk/Ride a bike along the extensive ravine system and the Toronto Islands. Enjoy one of the many festivals (Toronto International Film Festival, Caribana, Beaches Jazz Festival, Taste of the Danforth,..." See More
Kim D. said, "...the CN Tower, it's expensive and touristy but if you're around when the weather is nice take a ferry to the Toronto Islands, 10 mins from downtown but feels like a separate world with beaches, cottages, and a whole different vibe...." See More
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