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Outdoor Adventures: RVing from Toronto with Terego

January 12, 2024Escapade

Terego is a Network of overnight parking spaces offered by local hosts who welcome RV and van travellers. Hosts include outdoor activity centres, mbreweries, wineries, farms and more. It’s a revolutionary concept in van and RV travelling, redefining the way people experience their outings. More than just a platform, Terego creates a space that connects travellers with welcoming hosts, opening doors to unique camper stays. Terego's travelling members don't just see a destination: they live and explore it!


In this blog, you'll discover some of Terego hosts not far from Toronto offering outdoor activities.

Explore the Oak Ridges Moraine While Staying at Slabtown Cider

Slabtown Cider co. is ideally located on the edge of the forest and along the Oak Ridges Moraine, surrounded by trails and valleys. The Durham Forest stands as a natural playground, with an extensive network of trails. This forest offers an ideal setting for hikers, mountain bikers, and trail runners alike. The 596-hectare area is renowned for its excellent cross-country skiing, snowshoeing and horseback riding.

It provides a peaceful escape for those seeking outdoor exploration in Ontario's natural embrace. After a wonderful day of outdoor activities, Terego members can enjoy the delicious ciders concocted from fruit grown on sites, accompanied by a meal made with local produce, and stay overnight in their RV.

Photo by Slabtown Cider

Water Fun at Riverside Oasis Farm

Riverside Oasis Farm is a retreat where you can reconnect with yourself and nature. The farm's surroundings offer an idyllic setting to enjoy a gentle hike along the riverside trail. Hire a kayak or canoe on site to enjoy the calm river or bring your own paddleboard. Take advantage of your stopover to visit their farm and meet their alpacas, goats, sheep and chickens. You can feed the animals and ask any questions you may have to an expert guide in animal care, sustainable growing and beekeeping.

Niagara Falls, located less than an hour away, offer walking and biking trails, providing unparalleled views of the Falls. You can also tackle a high-adrenaline aerial adventure course set against the Niagara Gorge and Zipline to the Falls. Nature enthusiasts can explore the Niagara Glen Nature Reserve, featuring rugged hiking trails along the Niagara River.

Riverside Oasis Farm invites Terego members to explore nature, savour the flavours of the countryside, and indulge in the pleasures of Ontario during an overnight RV or Van stay.

Photo by Filip Mroz

A Nature Lover’s Dream at Rural Rootz Nature Reserve

Dee and Tom Ashman welcome Terego members for an overnight stay at Rural Rootz Nature Reserve in the Bruce Peninsula. Here you can explore a parallel trail to the Bruce Trail called "Rural Rocks Side Trail". It is a 4 k - 2-hour hike that goes through a wonderland of rocks, past crevice caves, around a 10-acre beaver pond, across a couple of board walks and through mixed forests.

Nestled along the picturesque shores of Lake Huron and Georgian Bay, the Bruce Peninsula offers great opportunities for fishing, kayaking, paddleboarding, and snorkelling along the pristine coastline.

Winter lovers will be thrilled to know that Rural Rootz Nature Reserve is open all year-round to Terego members so adventure seekers can enjoy snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, and ice fishing.

Photo by Spencer Wynn

Waterfalls Exploring at Gibson’s Pure Honey

Pam and Derek open their farm, Gibson’s Pure Honey, to Terego Members with their van or camper, to help educate them on the importance of honeybees for nature. Near their land, you can follow the 77 km multi-use Grey County CP Rail Trail for cycling, hiking, snowshoeing or cross-country skiing. In the warmer months, make the 5-minute trip to William’s Lake for swimming, boating, kayaking, or fishing. The famous Walter’s Falls Loop trail (4,5km) is accessible by car and can be explored on foot or snowshoe. This trail will bring you to 5 beautiful and different waterfalls! 

Gibson's Pure Honey family give guided tours of the farm, where you can admire their beehives and pet the goats, alpacas and pigs. Their well-stocked boutique offers delicious unpasteurized honey, pollen, beauty products and much more. They welcome Terego members for an overnight motorhome or travel trailer stay all year-round. 

Photo by Alain Wong

With Terego, discover the joy of staying with passionate hosts, exploring hidden gems, and creating lasting memories that transcend traditional travel norms. Become a Terego member and embark on a journey where every stay becomes an unforgettable adventure!



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