Burlington Hot Tub Covers
Located on the southwestern shores of Lake Ontario, this city is continuously swallowing up farmland to make way for new housing. It is one of Canada’s fastest growing cities with the population rising well over 175,000 people and sits right in the center of the Golden Horseshoe, the most heavily populated and industrialized regions in Ontario. Because of the proximity to the Great Lakes, you’ll experience warm humid summers and relatively dry short winters. Don’t get it wrong though, you’ll still want to pull back the cover on your nice warm hot tub and jump to rid that chill.
Jump into this amazingly diverse city that serves a high quality of life with a booming economy that has even more potential to outpace almost any other city in Canada. Automotive and other manufacturing industries lead the way with packaging, food products, business services, pharmaceutical, environmental and electronics all playing a role.
Festivals display the heart of this place which include Canada’s Largest Ribfest, a feast that can’t be beat with over 150,000lbs of ribs being served over the weekend and 18 plus teams competing in he cook-off. The festival serves the equivalent of the entire Burlington population over the 2 day event. And if you like music, you’ll want to take part in the Burlington Sound of Music during the Father’s Day Weekend. It is the biggest music festival free to the public and boasts over 90 acts making it one of the top 100 festivals to attend in Canada. You’ll hear many popular bands you’ve heard on the radio including Tom Cochrane, The Tea Party, Finger Eleven and even Sloan. Join the over 200,000 people that attend this crazy street celebration that includes carnival rides, an amazing parade and free music lessons to kids of all ages.
The outdoors offer many amazing tourist destinations such as the Royal Botanical Gardens, home to 2,700 acres of gardens including the biggest lilac collection the world has to offer. You should also take a stroll on the Bruce Trail which winds its way along Niagara Escarpment, a series of cliffs that overlook all of Burlington. You can even see the CN Tower on a clear day. if you want to whack a few balls around the greenery, you have 9 golf courses to choose from. And if you like art and history, you should make your way over to the Joseph Brant Museum with many ongoing exhibits on Burlington’s history or the Burlington Art Centre with the largest ceramics collection in Canada. And for the shoppers out there, get over to the Mapleview Centre where you can spend money for days. You can find just about every major store from Victoria’s Secret to Banana Republic. For those NHL nuts out there, likely Toronto Maple Leafs fans, you can even pick up a hot tub covers sporting the team’s marks. These NHL spa lids are becoming all the rage, taking your support and commitment to your team to a whole new level.
And speaking of sports, you’ll find the Burlington Cougars, a provincial junior A team playing their butts off throughout the winter months. For the girls, the Burlington Barracudas hockey team will keep you entertained as well. And if soccer is your game, this city also holds the claim for the second largest youth soccer club in North America.
You’ll never grow tired of this amazing city. And the foreseeable future holds even more if you’ve been here before.