With summer around the corner I’m sure a lot of you can’t wait to go and enjoy the beautiful outdoors. We’ve put together 5 spots in Ontario for you to go and take some great photos and take in the beautiful scenery.
There are 9 parks in around The Bluffs to explore and take photos at and we recommend seeing them all!
Killarney Provincial Park
Killarney Provincial Park is a vast area of wetlands, forests, and mountains located south of Sudbury, overlooking Georgian Bay.
There are 645 square kilometers of wilderness for you to explore in this park, making for plenty of beautiful scenery and unique photographs to be taken.
It’s perfect for relaxing and doing wild animal photography.
Webster’s Falls is a beautiful location for photos in Hamilton. It is located on the west end of Hamilton in Spencer Gorge Conservation Area.
The area is very popular with tourists, which means if you want to enter it costs a $10 parking fee and $5 admission fee.
There has been a good deal of mention about Webster’s Falls in pop culture because of its beauty. You can read more about that here.
The Badlands have been off limits from visitors since 2015 due to issues with overuse and erosion, but the site is set to re-open again this summer!
This is a very interesting attraction and is worth seeing in person.
Algonquin park is a national treasure with many amazing sights, including thousands of lakes, maple hills, and rocky ridges.
Its a fantastic place for camping and observing natural wildlife. The beautiful scenery provides countless opportunities for bright, colourful photographs that are perfect for backgrounds on your computer.