Lake Ontario, Toronto
Categories: Bodies of Water, Nature & Parks
Visit Lake Ontario, one of the five Great Lakes of North America, and the 14th-largest lake in the world. Ontario, Canada's most populous province, takes its name from the 18,960 sq km (7,340 sq mi) lake, with the province enveloping the north, west, and southwest shores. Venture through the wide range of habitats surrounding the lake, such as dunes, wetlands, and forests, or simply take a stroll in some of the many settlements that hug its banks. Arrange for a boat trip across the shining expanse of water, where you'll see the urban and natural areas back on dry land from another perspective. Put Lake Ontario into our Toronto itinerary planner and find out what's close by, where to stay, and where to head next.
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オプショナルツアーで訪問しました。自由行動が１時間半あり、駐車場から徒歩１０分程度と聞いたので、行ってみました。五大湖の大きい順はスミヒエオ、「すべってミシガン、ひゅーっとえりをたててオンタリオ」と覚えるそうです。ナイアガラが湖から流れ出るということにも実際見て驚きましたが、実際このオンタリオ湖を見てみると、「海？」としか思えないほど広かったです。I visited on the tours. Free 1 hour and a half, I heard about a 10-minute walk from the parking lot, so I went. The greatest of the Great Lakes smihieo, "slipped Michigan, day had baked the collar Ontario" and it is sickening. Look at fact that flows out from the Lake Niagara, was surprised and actually take a look at this Lake Ontario "sea? "Then what is good too.show original
Fun to walk by the shore, plenty popular with the locals, beautiful scenery year round I would imagine, in the fall it was great.
nice area enjoyed clean and very serene lots of choices good food around we had good time will be back
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