From our vantage point in the cockpit of our sightseeing helicopter, it was easy to see why Gananoque, Ontario is known as the Gateway to the Thousand Islands. Stretched out below us along the St. Lawrence River was an archipelago of islands, some barely larger than a Toronto front yard, some large enough to be home to fairytale castles. But it turns out that Gananoque has as many stories as it does islands…
“Water has a secret heart. It contains the power of movement”.
Not my words, but those spoken during the Niagara Parks Power Station sound and light show, Currents. And a fitting expression of the lifeblood that once flowed through this historic hydroelectric power station at the top of Horseshoe Falls. Today, this Niagara Falls attraction has not one but two new ways to appreciate the literal power of all that moving water: in the Station itself and via The Tunnel, where visitors follow an underground passage to emerge at the base of Horseshoe Falls.
Midland Food Tours isn’t just a great way to sample the gastronomic goodies that the town of Midland, Ontario has to offer – it’s also one of the best ways to get to meet the people who live here, explore the town on a more intimate level, and discover some of the nearby local attractions of Southern Georgian Bay. In other words, it’s a great Ontario getaway. Read more….