Hot Tub Covers Richmond Hill
Only 5 kilometers outside of Toronto in Southern Ontario, Canada, Richmond Hill is one of the countries fastest growing cities, 28th overall in size. It is also known as the Rose Capital of the World because of its roots in growing roses in the early 20th century, this town has a growing population of well over 185,000.
This city is booming and is made up of thousands of small businesses that make up the majority of the economy with a handful of big players including the headquarters of Compuware, Lexmark, Rogers, Acklands and Staples. You’ll find part of the famous downtown strip, one of the longest in the world, known as Yonge Street. It travels almost 1,900 kim from Lake Ontario to Lake Simcoe. Taking a cruise just one way will take you over a day to complete.
This is one of the only cities in the country to have strict pollution laws. The biggest reason for this is to reduce the smog for the David Dunlap Observatory, a gigantic astronomical reflector telescope, one of the biggest in the world. Take a peek into the distant universe. One of its most famous discoveries was proving that Cygnus X-1 was indeed a black hole. This telescope has scanned a lot of the unseen.
There are over 166 parks for the outdoor enthusiasts including the Richmond Green Sports Centre and Park which is home to skating rinks, amphitheatres, tennis courts, skate parks, baseballs diamonds and amazing trails. Check out the music each summer at the Concerts in the Park which is very popular with musical themes such as the Beach Boys. It’s a great experience for the whole family, young and old. You should also head over to the wave pool for some crazy rip curls. This is the biggest indoor wave pool on the planet. Bring the kids and get ready for some body surfing. For the history buffs out there that want to get into the history of this amazing town, the Richmond Hill Heritage Centre will provide you every detail of how it came to be. And the Richmond Hill Centre for the Performing Arts puts on amazing shows of music and art that will never disappoint.
This town is home to many famous athletes with hockey being the most prominent. Jeff O’Neill played for the mighty Toronto Maple Leafs, Bob Wall played for Los Angeles Kings in the 60s and Michael Cammalleri has played for the Calgary Flames, Los Angeles Kings and the Montreal Canadiens, and they all lived here. Hockey is the lifeblood of this great country and you won’t find more dedicated fans anywhere. Many of the locals are picking up NHL hot tub covers to show their support. You’ll find many of them sport high end Toronto Maple Leafs spa lids on their hot tubs at home.
The climate here can’t be beat with the joy of being able to experience each of the four seasons. Humid warm summers, amazing colorful autumn foliage, mild white winter snow and spring blossoms to start it all over again. This city has it all.