There's something so magical about watching the stars in the night sky. Each glimmering speck of light is a reminder that there is so much more to the universe than just what we know of.

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For the best stargazing experience, one would need to make a trip to one of Ontario's dark sky preserves. You just can't get the same viewing experience in the city! So pack the blankets and the hot cocoa, and go on a journey for a few days to Ontario's best places for stargazing using the map below:

Link to map here.

Total trip duration: 22 h, 46 mins

From west to east (click on links for more info on each site):

Point Pelee National Park

Fingal Wildlife Management Area

Binbrook Tract Conservation Area

Bluewater Outdoor Education Centre

Torrance Barrens

Photo cred – Scott Martin

Gordon's Park

North Frontenac

Lennox-Addington County

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