St Johns Conservation Area: A Quaint Natural Spot in Font Hill :: I've Been Bit! Travel Blog

About 20 minutes south of St Catharines, you’ll find an area called Fonthill in the town of Pelham. Within it lies a fantastic natural getaway: the St Johns Conservation Area. While the area itself isn’t very large, it’s most certainly worth making the trip for! Here’s what you need to know about visiting the St […]

The reason we have so many waterfalls in Southern Ontario is mainly thanks to the Niagara Escarpment. While many people flock to Ball’s Falls and the conservation area there, I say hit the Bruce Trail a little further down. Head to the small town of Lincoln, Ontario and you’ll find Rockway Falls, one of the […]

The Green Ribbon Trail: A Quaint Gem in St Catharines :: I've Been Bit! Travel Blog

In the city of St Catharines lies a little gem just off of Martindale Road. If you’ve ever driven that way, chances are you’ve passed right by and not even seen it. Next time you’re looking for a little spot to relax and enjoy some nature time, stop in at the Green Ribbon Trail! Why […]

In the warmer months, visitors come from all over for a taste of liquid gold the Niagara Region is famous for – wine! While most flock to Niagara-on-the-Lake, little do they know the amazing wine region they’re passing right by. Luckily I’ve got all the details on these amazing Vineland wineries so you can not […]

I've Been Bit! A Travel Blog :: Bohol 1-Day Itinerary

The tenth largest island of The Philippines, Bohol is packed with adventure. While you can spend numerous days exploring what the island and its neighbour, Panglao, have to offer,¬†you can enjoy the highlights in a whirlwind Bohol day trip. Let me walk you through my adventure as I explored the island. Here’s everything you need […]

Just off the highway in the town of Grimsby Ontario you’ll find the Beamer Falls Conservation Area. Also known as Beamer Memorial Conservation Area, it features some nice relaxing trails – perfect for an afternoon stroll in any season. This area was acquired by the Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority in 1964 to preserve the Niagara […]