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Summer Fun Guide

May 06, 2016 11:19 ET

Unique Geological and Archaeological Ontario Attractions Featured by Summer Fun Guide

Summer Fun Guide, Ontario's Comprehensive Guide to Year-Round Fun in Ontario, Suggests a Visit to Several Ontario Outdoor Attractions That Feature Fascinating Geological and Archaeological Oddities

TORONTO, ON--(Marketwired - May 06, 2016) - Summer Fun Guide (, a comprehensive Ontario vacation planning guide and directory of events, activities, attractions and places to stay in Ontario, is always on the lookout for interesting things to do in Ontario for both tourists and residents alike. With an in-depth knowledge of Ontario tourism, Summer Fun Guide is the place to go to find all the must-see attractions and discover many of the province's hidden gems. "Ontario encompasses an area much larger than many countries, with a landscape as varied as it is wide. From the rugged beauty of the Canadian Shield to the Niagara Escarpment, Ontario has vast forests, countless lakes and rivers, rolling farmland, and vibrant metropolitan areas. Ontario is also home to several natural attractions that are geological and archaeological oddities. Each offers an exceptional experience that can be appreciated by people of all ages and, we feel, are well-worth visiting," says Shari Wert, Co-Publisher of Summer Fun Guide.

For a fun and adventurous one of a kind experience, we suggest checking out the following five places to visit in Ontario that are geologically or archaeologically unique:

  1. Petroglyph Provincial Park -- Located near Peterborough, Petroglyph Provincial Park has the largest known concentration of ancient First Nations rock carvings in Canada. View more than 900 petroglyphs of animals, humans, and other images carved into a marble rock face.
  2. Scenic Caves -- Located near Collingwood Blue Mountain, you can explore caves, caverns, trails, and breathtaking lookouts from the highest point of the Niagara Escapement. Scenic Caves Natural Adventures offers eco-adventure tours, tree-top walking, and ziplining.
  3. Bonnechere Caves -- A weird and wonderful sight to explore or take a guided tour, Ontario's "Natural Underground Wonder," the Bonnechere Caves, located near Eganville, were the bottom of a sea 500 million years ago.
  4. The Grotto and Indian Head Cove -- The Grotto and Indian Head Cove are located near Tobermory in Bruce Peninsula National Park. Hike down from the Bruce Trail through the natural chimney in the rock of the Niagara Escarpment to get to this unique natural rock formation, beautiful grotto, and surrounding crystal clear waters of Georgian Bay.
  5. Warsaw Caves Conservation Area -- The Warsaw Caves Conservation area features a campsite, beach, several walking trails, and a fascinating group of underground caves that were formed by glacial melting at the end of the last ice age.

About Summer Fun Guide: Searching for something fun to do and a place to stay in Ontario? Look no further than the Summer Fun Guide! If you are planning an Ontario vacation, staycation or day off, the Summer Fun Guide is the only tourist directory you'll need to find the best things to do and places to stay in the province. This comprehensive online guide to attractions, activities, accommodations and events is also available in print at key Ontario tourist information locations like ONroute service centres. The Summer Fun Guide divides the province into seven regions, so visitors can quickly and easily find what is available in each locale, like Sightseeing Tours, Attractions, Waterparks, Outdoor Adventures, Accommodations, Museums, and more. Searches can also be made using the event calendar and by town/ city. For more in-depth information, many Summer Fun Guide listings are hot-linked. Site visitors can even create their own online Summer Fun Itinerary for future reference. As well as Ontario travel information that you can use, the Summer Fun Guide offers dozens of valuable coupons that can be redeemed at many exciting Ontario attractions. From Ottawa to Windsor, and from Niagara on the Lake to Thunder Bay, the Summer Fun Guide has everything you need to plan a week-long holiday or fun getaway in Ontario. Visit and start planning your next Ontario adventure. 

Contact Information

  • Contact:
    Elisa Palter or Shari Wert, Publishers
    Summer Fun Guide
    PO Box 47655
    946 Lawrence Avenue East
    Toronto, ON M3C 3S7
    Phone: 416.385.1551
    Toll-Free: 1.866.385.1550