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  • 21

    Nordik - Spa Nature

    3 reviews

    Le Nordik, North America’s largest Scandinavian spa, is a must visit and is a short drive from the Lazy Cabin.

    Popular withWellness
  • 22

    Spa Le Scandinave

    3 reviews

    Best SPA this side of the world! Great reputation with anyone haing been to Tremblant.

    Popular withWellnessOutdoorSpiritual
  • 23

    Kitsilano Beach

    19 reviews

    Kitsilano Beach is probably the closest Canada gets to Los Angeles. A charming beach with a beautiful view, come here to people-watch, soak up the sun and enjoy some nibbles from nearby 4th Avenue. "Kits Beach" is also home to public swimming pools and tennis courts. The BoatHouse restaurant, right on Kits Beach, is a great spot to nab some ...

    Popular withOutdoorBudgetWellness
  • 24

    Ucluelet Aquarium

    8 reviews

    A must do for all ages and abilities. This touch tank aquarium is the first of its kind and new to Ucluelet.

    Popular withFamiliesAdventureWellness
  • 25

    Wild Pacific Trail

    7 reviews

    Great walking experiance along the wild coast line. Visit the newest jewel in the crown for the Wild Pacific Trail, the Ancient Cedars loop. Discover an old growth forest with massive cedar trees in an ancient rainforest. This trail is a loop off the coastal route which has also been extended 1.5 kilometres further north to Rocky Bluffs, a place ...

    Popular withAdventureGreenWellness
  • 26

    Montreal Biodome

    37 reviews

    This is the place to go with family and a group of friends. Whether summertime or winter holidays, there is already some new activity of something ready for us to see and observe. I like to go at least once a year and I never regret it!

    Popular withFamiliesGreenWellness
  • 27

    The Seawall

    27 reviews

    Vancouver's playground stretches from Stanley Park, Yaletown, around False Creek, all the way west to Jericho Beach. Run, walk, bike, or roller blade around it.

    Popular withFamiliesOutdoorWellness
  • 28

    Sunset Beach

    10 reviews

    Great bay where people can walk, go jogging, ride a bicycleand take a walk with their famylies.

    Popular withOutdoorWellnessFamilies
  • 29

    Prince's Island Park

    11 reviews

    Just a short walk from the cottage, this island park is the centre for outdoor entertainment in the summers. You can hear the hum of the bands and crowds at the local festivals from the deck and it is close to come and go as you please from these events. The River Cafe is a lovely restaurant featuring local fresh ...

    Popular withOutdoorGreenWellness
  • 30

    BC Transit

    6 reviews

    Great transport system in the city, you can go everywhere with comfortable buses.

    Popular withStudentsGreenWellness
  • 31

    Mermaid Tales Bookshop

    2 reviews

    Our favorite place to add to our book collection.

    Popular withWellnessHistoryLocal
  • 32

    Parc Jarry

    3 reviews

    Jarry has become gradually more and more popular starting last year with the numerous slackliners that come and slack on its many trees. It's a vast Parc with a lot going on and I recommend it to all.

    Popular withFamiliesAdventureWellness
  • 33

    Calgary Zoo

    19 reviews

    Bring your kids. Tigers, elephants, deer, antelope, eagles, wolves and more. You'll even catch a glimpse of dinosaurs.

    Popular withFamiliesStudentsWellness
  • 34

    Parc Mont-Royal

    4 reviews

    The city's big, central park has ample lounging space, a skating lake, and higher up, a few beautiful view points to take in the city.

    Popular withFamiliesOutdoorWellness
  • 35

    Lost Lagoon

    3 reviews

    Escape the hustle of the city with a stroll around Lost Lagoon. Immerse yourself in the sights and sounds of nature. Hundreds of birds mingle with tourists. You'll often see raccoons and skunks, especially in the early evening, but respect their space. They may appear tame, but the are wild! A great place to recharge.

    Popular withBudgetLocalWellness
  • 36

    Fish Creek Provincial Park

    2 reviews

    Want a little slice of wilderness right in the city? Fish Creek Park is the answer - fantastic hiking and biking amongst the forest. Plenty of wildlife and pristine forest - right in the city.

    Popular withOutdoorWellnessAdventure
  • 37

    Lynn Canyon Suspension Bridge

    13 reviews

    This is a great place. Capilano suspension bridge is a bit steep with the pricing - around $35 a pop. This is a much better value. We were in Vancouver last week our host suggested this as an alternative to Capilano and we're glad we went there. The hike in the Lynn Canyon Park is great. It is just so ...

    Popular withOutdoorFamiliesWellness
  • 38

    Calgary Pathway System

    7 reviews

    7th street is the main bycicle path in and out of the city. The cottage is 1 block from the main pathways that can take you anywhere you want to go on foot, bicycle or blades.

    Popular withOutdoorFamiliesGreen
  • 39

    Lachine Canal

    8 reviews

    A great place to walk. Only 2 blocks away. See the kayaks, the locks and believe it or not, the odd beaver or large fish!! Also the bike path on the canal is your gateway to Old Montreal in about 20 minutes.

    Popular withOutdoorHistoryWellness
  • 40

    Beaches at Alta Lake

    7 reviews

    JUST A 5 MINUTE DRIVE FROM HAWTHORNE PLACE Lay down a blanket on the grassy lawn of Lakeside Park with a picnic and rent a kayak, paddle board or paddle boat. It's just off the valley trail so you can bike, walk or drive to this location. There's also a small concession stand for treats and beach toys.

    Popular withOutdoorFamiliesWellness
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