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Heading to Sherkston Shores? Check out our latest vacation spot to see where all the action is

When you think of going to the lake here in Ontario, do you think of Lake Erie? I’ve never headed south in all the 22 years I’ve lived in Ontario.  We always go North to Muskoka or Haliburton so when I spoke with my stepmom about a fun vacation heading to Lake Erie to check out Sherkston Shores we were excited to explore.  &nbsp…

A relaxing summer weekend at The Red Umbrella Inn #myHaliburtonHighlands #ComeWander

With all the resorts we’ve been to, I wanted to share with you another family-friendly Inn, located in beautiful Minden, Ontario called The Red Umbrella Inn.  You may recall my Instastories and posts on social media as we promoted the area.  It’s such a lovely property here,  just about 2 1/2 hours roughly from Toronto, hop on the 404…

Discover Nottawasaga Inn and Resort

We had just gotten back from cottaging in Haliburton upon settling in for a couple of nights at Nottawasaga Inn and Resort, nestled in beautiful Simcoe County along the Nottawasaga River.  It’s about a 45 min drive North of Toronto and if you aren’t into the lake or cottage, this resort is for you!  As I am writing this, I think this is the…

#SummerCiderNights at Chudleigh’s Farm

Oh wow.  Okay, friends, we’ve just gotten back from Chudleigh’s Farm in beautiful Milton, Ontario.  Just a short 45-60min drive from downtown Toronto.   We headed over there on a media trip to discover the farm and to celebrate a couple of things such as their first hard cider and the beginning of Summer Cider Nights. So what does the new Chudleigh…

A visit to The Red Umbrella Inn in Haliburtan,ON

We have been a few great adventures this summer and as the season wraps up, I’d love to share with you some of our favourite spots.  Nestled along Twelve Mile Lake in Haliburton, Ontario you will find a great family owned resort called Red Umbrella Inn. We had our own cottage that faced the beautiful sparkling lake.  I must admit, I was apprehensive at first…