Why Canada Is the Most Underrated Destination for Your Summer Vacation
My grandmother once told me that after spending summers in Georgian Bay where the fish was so fresh, she could never eat seafood again. Forget that Georgian Bay is a lake, and we were on the ocean in Rhode Island; my grandmother had a point (as always). It seemed that New England (and American summers in general) could never measure up to Canada. And even celebrities agree: None other than Cindy Crawford was profiled in Vogue for her home on Georgian Bay in the town of Muskoka.
Not only do Canadians vacation better than Americans (they’re more successful at detaching from their phones), but they also apparently have less crowded, hidden destinations we hardly know exist. Well, the secret is out now. From the Rockies in Banff National Park to the beaches of Prince Edward Island, read on for why our neighbor to the north should be on your summer bucket list.