Looking Up At the Trees in the Scenic Caves

Looking up at the trees in the Scenic Caves in Collingwood, Ontario, Canada.

About the Scenic Caves

The Scenic Caves offers nature, history, scenery and memorable adventures.

At the Scenic Caves you can explore self-guided trails of caves carved millions of years ago and savour breathtaking lookouts from the highest point of the Niagara Escarpment, which is set in one of Canada’s six UNESCO biosphere reserves. Learn about the First Nation’s Petun tribe and their legends. Venture over Southern Ontario’s longest 420 ft. suspension bridge. Enjoy the many family-friendly features such as: children’s adventure playground, Rocky the train, mini golf, gemstone mining, trout pond, picnic areas, snack bar and gift shop. In winter, glide along 27 km. of professionally groomed cross-country ski trails. Snowshoe across a suspension bridge and 8 km. of pristine trails winding through a 200 year old forest.

Reflections of the CN Tower

The CN Tower reflected in a high-rise building across the street.

The CN Tower is a 1,815.4 foot concrete communications and observation tower located in downtown Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The CN Tower was completed in 1976 and became the world’s tallest free-standing structure and world’s tallest tower; a record which the CN Tower held for 34 years.

Looking Out at Georgian Bay

Looking Out at Georgian Bay

The photograph is of Georgian Bay settlement in Collingwood, Ontario, Canada.

Georgian Bay is a large bay of Lake Huron, located entirely within Ontario, Canada.

The Georgian Bay shores and waterways are the traditional area of the Anishinaabeg First Nations peoples to the North and Huron-Petun (Wyandot) to the South; thus making it a major Algonquian-Huron trade route.

It was named “Georgian Bay” after King George IV by Lieutenant Henry Wolsey Bayfield of the Royal Navy in 1822.

Shed at Scenic Caves, Collingwood

A photograph of a lonely shed at the front pond at the Scenic Caves in Collingwood, Ontario, Canada.

At the Scenic Caves, you can experience a unique opportunity to experience natural wonders through education, environment and leisure

Rogers Centre

Rogers Centre, originally named SkyDome, is a multi-purpose stadium located in downtown Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The Rogers Centre is situated just southwest of the CN Tower and it is home to the Toronto Blue Jays of Major League Baseball (MLB). Prior to the Blue Jays calling the Rogers Centre home, it was home to the Toronto Argonauts of the Canadian Football League (CFL) and the Toronto Raptors of the National Basketball Association (NBA).

Classic Toronto View

This photograph is what you think of when you think of Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The photograph shows tall highrise condos and commercial buildings, the transit system with a GO train on it and the CN Tower. There is still green (nature) in downtown Toronto and a lot of areas where you can view the skyline.

Royal Alexandra Theatre

The Royal Alexandra Theatre is a heatre in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It is  located near King and Simcoe Streets. Royal Alexandra Theatre was built in 1907 and the 1,497-seat theatre is the oldest continuously operating legitimate theatre in North America.