So I recently went hiking with my family at Rattlesnake Point conservation area, somewhere in Toronto. The park did have a small fee per person, but it was pretty reasonable. It also makes it so that you can go to other conservation areas, so we also went to Crawford Lake. Rattlesnake Point:
After that, we went to multiple restaurants, walking around and trying to find out which ones were open. Turns out all decent restaurants were either full or had to be booked, so we entered this cheap fancy restaurant that had pitas they called pizza. I mean, what is pizza when it is cold and without cheese?
I mean, by the time we finished lunch we were floating between full and hungry. So we later drove to Crawford Lake for some more hiking. Crawford Lake:
It was a fun day and at the end, we returned home for some Icecream!