Burlington Travel Guide

  • Crawford Lake
    Crawford Lake
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  • Crawford Lake
    Crawford Lake
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Burlington Things to Do

  • Hiking

    Crawford Lake and Hilton Falls is part of the Halton Conservation area. There are six other parks that connect to this as well as the Bruce Trail. If you have the time you can do many hikes there.

  • Spencer Smith Park

    Situated on the Burlington Waterfront, the beautiful waterfront offers visitor's a beautiful view of Lake Ontario. This park has many features such as a walking/biking/rollerblading trail along the water. It also features a war memorial, a large playground for the kids and a great scenery. It also is home to many Burlington Festivals such as The...


    Here are more photos taken as we drove through Burlington on Lakeshore Drive; click the photo to see them all.

  • Lowville - The Garden Studio Gallery

    Going south of Campbellville on the Guelph Line, we reached the town of Lowville. Here, the Garden Studio Gallery is a must place to visit. It is located at the entrance of the Lowville Park. The garden houses beautiful sculptures. The artists live in the double story car garadge type structure on the back of the gallery.We parked our car in the...

  • A pleasant walk through Campbellville

    The walk on Guelph Line passing through Campbellville is a pleasant experience. There are antique stores on both sides of the highway. The traffic is slow. The views are beautiful. Finally, you get to see lot of motorcycles of various makes and shapes and even antique cars.Visiting one of the many roadside shops is an absolute must for collectors...

  • Motorcyclists' Mecca at Campbellville

    The small quaint town of Campbellville is located just south of Highway 401 on Guelph Line. It has many roadside antique shops with items that cannot be seen anywhere else. Guelph Line attracts motorcyclists from all over Greater Toronto Area and beyond. The town has a gas station, which is a meeting place for them. They come on this gas station by...


Burlington Hotels

  • Comfort Inn Burlington

    3290 South Service Rd., Burlington, Ontario, L7N 3M6, Canada

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Business

    Hotel Class 2 out of 5 stars

  • Homewood Suites by Hilton Burlington

    975 Syscon Road, Burlington, Ontario, L7L 5S3, Canada

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Solo

  • Admiral Inn Burlington

    3500 Billings Court, Burlington, Ontario, L7N3N6, Canada

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Couples

Burlington Shopping

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    Several roadside shops: Antiques galore at Campbelville

    by Faiza-Ifrah Updated Aug 1, 2007

    3.5 out of 5 starsHelpfulness

    There are several antique, local handicrafts, gardening and gift shops on main Guelph Line. These shops are over-stocked with inventory. Once you enter you have to walk very carefully because there is so much stuff lying and hanging everywhere.

    What to buy: Flowering plants for my garden definitely. From gardening store I bought a few good perennial plants. Besides, I have bought a few small sized wildlife statues for decorating my family and drawing rooms.

    What to pay: Higher than Mississauga's antique shop.

    Shopping for interior decoration
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    • Road Trip
    • Hiking and Walking
    • Arts and Culture

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Burlington Off The Beaten Path

  • Bashing at Kelso Conservation Park

    Kelso, a 397 hectare park established in 1960 on the Niagara Escarpment in Milton, offers diversified activities. The park is reached by taking Highway 401 and then taking Highway 25 north to Campbellville Road; going west to Tremaine Road and finally going south until you reach Kelso Road. Turn right to park entrance. Here is a list of activities...

  • Hiking start point - Scottsdale Farm

    Scottsdale farm was donated to the Ontario Heritage Foundation in 1982 by Stewart and Violet Bennett. The Farm is the starting point for The Bennett Heritage Trail that officially opened on Canada Day in 1992. The Farm is a 1300-hectare property bordering the Niagara Escarpment and sharing with it the special ecological qualities of the Escarpment....

  • Visiting Ontario's past at Crawford Lake

    Crawford Lake Conservation Area is a 468 hectare park established in 1969 on the Niagara Escarpment in Milton. The conservation area comprises a rare meromictic lake with surrounding boardwalk and a 15th century reconstructed Iroquoian Village and heritage site, which is one of the most accurately dated pre-contact archeological sites in Canada. We...


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