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Lake Simcoe invites you to enjoy a wide range of recreational opportunities: swimming and sunbathing, hiking and picnicking, boating and fishing, cross country skiing, snowmobiling and ice fishing in winter. It is a great place for a gathering family and friends, spending quality time and sharing the excitement together.
Lake Simcoe is the nearest beachfront area to Toronto. No need to spend money traveling any further for a good rest. It is so close compared to other vacation resorts, that you can literally leave the cottage to check in at the office and be back in a few hours.
Simcoe is one of the Canada`s beautiful nature surroundings. You can experience first hand the benefits of a healthy environment. Lake Simcoe`s quiet and peaceful scenery will have you forgetting the busy city life. Thank you for your interest.
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Come and have a wonderful time !
Program development for individuals, kids and families: Through service in love, plant the seeds of transformation, activating the limitless co-creative potential of youth, individuals and families to be physically, emotionally and spiritually healthy. This potential in action will lay the foundation for a future world of joy and harmony.
The best Speech - Severn Suzuki
10 most effective ways we can help conserve nature and
improve our quality life
(David Suzuki Foundation)
1. Reduce home energy use by 10%
2. Choose an energy-efficient home & appliances
3. Don't use pesticides
4. Eat meat-free meals one day a week
5. Buy locally grown and produced food
6. Choose a fuel-efficient vehicle
7. Walk, bike, carpool or take transit
8. Choose a home close to work or school
9. Support alternative Transportation
10. Learn more and share with others
|Lake Simcoe is one of the fresh water lake that freezes completely in the winter. Lake Simcoe has been designated by many as the "Ice Fishing Capital" of Ontario, and is also considered to be Ontario cottage country.