Wunderground® Travel Planner: Toronto, ON
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Of 6 days between 1996 and 2018, Snow was the most frequent condition. Additionally, 4 days were recorded with precipitation.
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The golf season lasts only from April to late October. Discounted rates are usually available until mid-May and after Canadian Thanksgiving (early October). All courses are best reached by car.
Deemed Canada's best new course by Golf Digest
when it opened in 1995,Angus Glen Golf Club
has remained one of the country's best places to play, hosting the Canadian Open in 2002 and 2007 on its par-72 South and North courses, respectively. It's a 45-minute drive north of downtown. 10080 Kennedy Rd., Markham, ON, L6C 1N9. Tel. 905/887-0090; 905/887-5157 reservations. www.angusglen.com.
The top course in Canada, the Jack Nicklaus-designed, 18-hole, par-73 Glen Abbey Golf Club
is a real beauty. The Canadian Open was held here for the 25th time in 2009. It's in the affluent suburb of Oakville, about 45 minutes east of the city. 1333 Dorval Dr., just north of QEW, Oakville, ON, L6M 4G2. Tel. 905/844-1800 information; 905/844-1811 reservations. www.clublink.ca.
The Don Valley Golf Course
is a par-71, 18-hole municipal course about a 20-minute drive north of downtown. Despite being right in the city, it's a lovely, hilly course with water hazards and tree-lined fairways. 4200 Yonge St., North York, Toronto, ON, M2P 1N9. Tel. 416/392-2465. www.toronto.ca/parks/golf.
9580 Jane St.
Vaughan, ON L6A 156
Yogi Bear, Fred Flintstone, and Scooby Doo are part of Canada's first theme park, filled with more than 200 games, rides, restaurants, and shops. Favorite attractions include Kidzville, home of the Rugrats and the Top Gun looping inverted jet coaster. In Nickelodeon Central, three rides star Nickelodeon characters Jimmy Neutron, Dora the Explorer, and Arnold from Hey Arnold!
The Whitewater Bay wave pool, the Black Hole waterslide, and a children's interactive water-play area are all a part of Splash Works, the 20-acre on-site water park. Look for the strollingStar Trek
characters, the Studio Store, miniature golf, and batting cages. Other entertainment includes concerts, musicals, sea-lion shows, and cliff divers. Check newspapers, chain stores, and hotels for discount coupons. The park is about 30 minutes north of downtown Toronto by car or via the "Wonderland Express" GO Bus from the Yorkdale and York Mills subway stations. www.canadaswonderland.com. Admission: C$46.69. Hours: Late May-June, weekdays 10-6, Sat. 10-10, Sun. 10-8; late June-Aug., daily 10-10; Sept., weekends 10-8; Oct., weekends 10-5.
1500 Port Stanton Pkwy.
Severn Bridge, ON P0E 1N0
Seemingly far from civilization but truly only a 20-minute drive south of Gravenhurst, this all-inclusive lakeside resort dates to 1898 and is particularly geared to outdoor types and families. It's the kind of casual place where guests chat into the evening, lounging in Adirondack chairs around a fire pit. Canoeing and kayaking are popular; floatplane excursions and golf can also be arranged. In winter, gear up for tobogganing, sleigh rides, and snowshoeing. Most rooms have fireplaces, and some have whirlpool baths; all but a few have views over Sparrow Lake. You can also book private cottages with decks. There are good deals on family vacations and weekend packages. Pros:
great for families; casual atmosphere; free activities for kids.Cons:
strict meal times; room decor is passé; noisy cargo trains pass by day and night. www.bayviewwildwood.com. 28 rooms, 26 suites, 16 cottages, 3 houses. In-room: a/c, kitchen (some), Wi-Fi (some). In-hotel: restaurant, bar, pools, tennis courts, gym, beach, water sports, children's programs, laundry facilities, parking. Credit cards accepted. Rate includes: All-inclusive.
525 Legget Dr.
Ottawa, ON K2K 2W2
The area's only resort hotel, this 18-story tower in Silicon Valley is about a 20-minute drive from Ottawa. Guest rooms have modern furnishings in gray and raspberry and nice touches like coffeemakers and tea kettles. High-tech gadgets include a computerized seesaw in the wading pool. The Executive Health Centre provides medical fitness examinations and the spa has an on-site plastic surgeon. Pros: Adjacent to a golf course, stylish decor, extensive spa treatments. Cons: Far from downtown, expensive restaurants, pools hard to find. www.brookstreethotel.com. 241 rooms, 35 suites. In-room: safe, Internet, Wi-Fi. In-hotel: restaurants, bars, golf courses, pools, gym, spa, business center, parking, some pets allowed. Credit cards accepted.
209 Queen St.
Niagara-on-the-Lake, ON L0S 1J0
An air of old-fashioned civility permeates this 1832 Georgian gem. It has a nice location that's right on the main street but also borders a golf course (North America's oldest) at the back for nice views. Spend summer evenings playing board games on the outdoor patio, then dine on some of the best food in the area. Wood-burning or gas fireplaces, and a mixture of 19th-century antique and reproduction furniture add to the period charm of the large, bright rooms, many of which have doors onto the upper veranda. In the dining room, chef William Brunyansky crafts exquisite dishes. Many, such as Ontario lamb loin with Niagara ramps and roasted garlic potato purée, draw from the produce of the area. Pros:
historic details with modern touches; highly lauded restaurant; impeccably decorated.Cons:
some historic "quirks" like variable water temperature; some verandas are connected (i.e. shared with neighbors). www.charlesinn.ca. 12 rooms. In-room: a/c, Internet, Wi-Fi. In-hotel: restaurant, parking. Credit cards accepted. Rate includes: Breakfast.
1235 Deerhurst Dr.
Huntsville, ON P1H 2E8
This ultradeluxe-but-not-stuffy resort spread along Peninsula Lake is a 780-acre, self-contained community with restaurants and lodgings to fit every budget. The flavor is largely contemporary, although the main lodge, with huge flagstone pillars, dates from 1896. The resort's Pavilion wing is four stories high, embellished with an octagonal tower and decorative gables; its rooms are done in a floral-and-stripe combination and have large windows with views of the grounds and lakefront. The beautiful golf courses are studded with pines and lakes. Other activities include parasailing and waterskiing in summer and sleigh rides and snow tubing in winter; the resort also arranges various Algonquin Park tours. The casual Maple restaurant serves an eclectic mix of pizza, pasta, burgers, and ribs; the more upscale Eclipse serves Canadian specialties, such as Ontario rack of lamb with a Muskoka blueberry-wine reduction. Pros:
top-notch facilities; nice rooms; a multitude of activities.Cons:
some rooms need updating. www.deerhurstresort.com. 400 rooms. In-room: a/c, Internet (some), Wi-Fi (some). In-hotel: 3 restaurants, bar, golf courses, pools, tennis courts, gym, spa, water sports, parking. Credit cards accepted.
36 Grand Ave.
London, ON N6C 1K8
Although an elevator was installed in this converted 1878 mansion, the architects succeeded in preserving the house's original details. Rooms are furnished with antiques; suites have a whirlpool tub. Many rooms have large windows with original detailing and shutters. Breakfast, snacks, and parking are included in the rate. Golf, spa, and theater packages are available. www.idlewyldinn.com. 20 rooms, 7 suites. In-room: Wi-Fi. In-hotel: parking. Credit cards accepted. Rate includes: Breakfast.
2 King St. N
Waterloo, ON N2J 2W7
This intimate, historic hotel has been lovingly restored and filled with antique furniture. The lobby, with its oak-paneled staircase, soft blue and brown period wallpaper, and sofas with rich fabrics and colors, all complement the 1890 period of the building. Guest rooms are Victorian-era in inspiration with faux paint finishes, hardwood floors, high ceilings, six-foot-tall windows, fireplaces, and carved walnut beds with feather duvets. The inn partners with Gina's Health and Beauty Spa across the street which offers specialized facials, mud wraps, and a Vichy rain shower massage. Centrally located in the Waterloo business district, the inn is close to universities, shops, and restaurants, and within a 10-minute drive of spots for canoeing, biking trails, golf courses, horseback riding, and in the winter, cross-country skiing, ice-skating, ski shops, and country sleigh rides. www.waterloohotel.net. 14 rooms. In-room: Wi-Fi. In-hotel: bar, parking. Credit cards accepted. Rate includes: Breakfast.
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