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  • Writer's picturePeter Weel

Find Some Great March Break Ideas :-)

Simcoe County, located in southern Ontario, Canada, offers a variety of activities and attractions to keep you and

your family entertained during March Break. Here are a few ideas of what you can do:

  1. Visit the Simcoe County Museum: This museum offers a glimpse into the county's rich history through interactive exhibits and artifacts.

  2. Take a hike at the Copeland Forest: This beautiful forest offers over 80 km of hiking trails, making it a great destination for nature lovers.

  3. Spend a day at the

Elmvale Jungle Zoo: This zoo features a wide variety of animals from around the world, including exotic birds, reptiles, and primates.

  1. Explore the Wasaga Beach: The longest freshwater beach in the world offers a variety of activities such as swimming, sunbathing and water sports.

  2. Go skiing or snowboarding at the Horseshoe Resort: This resort offers a variety of slopes for skiers and snowboarders of all skill levels.

  3. Visit the Huronia Historical Parks: The Huronia Historical Parks offer a unique opportunity to explore the history of the Huron people and the French explorers who first visited the area.

  4. Visit the Barrie Art Walk: This self-guided tour features a variety of local art galleries, studios, and exhibitions.

  5. Visit the Barrie Farmers' Market: This market offers a wide variety of fresh produce and handmade goods from local farmers and artisans.

These are just a few of the many things to do in Simcoe County during March Break. I suggest checking the website or contacting the local tourist information center for more information on events and activities happening during the March break.

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