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10 Places In Ontario That The Locals Are Too Humble To Brag About

Ontario is pretty epic. But the locals are way too humble to gloat. See for yourself by visiting Ontario this summer.

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1. The rustic and beautiful Algonquin Park:

Canoe trips are a big part of growing up in Canada, and Algonquin Park is the ideal setting for exploring the Ontario wilderness. The park's beautiful lakes and rocky ridges will bring out the nature lover in anyone.

2. The Rideau Canal any time of the year:

You can skate along the canal when it freezes over in the winter and boat around it in the summertime! Canada's capital makes the perfect weekend getaway.

3. The breathtaking Webster's Falls:

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These waterfalls in Hamilton are definitely worth a visit — hike around the surrounding park grounds and take advantage of the priceless photo ops!

4. The place where Canadians love to spend their summers, on the dock (on a Muskoka chair):

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Sitting on a dock at the home of the Muskoka chair is the quintessential Canadian summer experience.

6. The magical community of Ward's Island:

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The community of Ward's Island is one of the most unique in all of Toronto. Take the ferry over for lunch one day at the Island Cafe and for an amazing view of the Toronto skyline.

10. The uber hip Prince Edward County:

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Filled with vineyards, farm-to-table restaurants, and the mysterious Lake On The Mountain, Prince Edward County is the perfect place to unplug and enjoy.

There are plenty more, but wouldn't want to brag! See for yourself and visit Ontario this summer.

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