The summer season is short in Toronto, therefore it's important to make the best of it. Your childhood 3 month school breaks may be over, but that doesn't mean you can't take time off work to have some fun.
Scratch out the boring and subsitute the formal dinners with exciting activities. Here are 8 playground activities for grown-ups you should consider checking out this summer:
1. Go-Karts // 190 Cherry St. Toronto.
Go for a spin at Toronto's only downtown go kart course at the Polson Pier. There are over 28 karts available to take for a cruise on the 3/4 km long track.
2. PVP Sports // 100 Granton Dr.Unit 3, Richmond Hill.
Have a Nerf War battle, play bubble soccer or compete in an archery shooting at PVP Sports. You have the option to choose between 3 packages, depending on how many of these activities you want to try.
Beer Lovers Tour company has been organizing brew excursions in Toronto since 1998. Check out the Rail & Ale Tour, the Old Toronto Beer Tour or the Beer and Chocolate Tour for some adult playtime. Sample different types of beers and become familiar with the brewing process of your favourite beer.
Photo cred - Tall Ship Cruises Toronto
4. Kajama Sailing // 249 Queen's Quay W., Suite 111, Toronto.
A traditional 165 ft three masted Schooner travels along Lake Ontario in the morning and night. Have the ultimate sailing experience and make the best of your adult playtime by going for a cruise on Toronto's greatest tall ship.
Photo cred - @burdycomedy
From October 14-16th 2016, your childhood dreams will turn into reality because a massive Lego event coming to Toronto! There will be life-size Lego models, a huge brick lego pit and several play areas for you to learn how to become an expert in Lego construction.
Nintendo will be making multiple stops in Ontario for a major video gaming sesh. Some of the games include : Kirby™: Planet Robobot, Pokémon™ Omega Ruby and Pokémon™ Alpha Sapphire, Mario Kart™ 7, YO-KAI WATCH™, Super Smash Bros.™ for Nintendo 3DS, Super Mario 3D Land™, Donkey Kong Country™ Returns 3D, Yoshi’s New Island™, and New Super Mario Bros.™ 2. Who's excited?
7. Go to a pool bar
Whether you choose Cabana, Muzik, The Thompson Rooftop or LAVELLE, there are plenty of places to go to. Sip on cocktails, swim in the pool and absorb the sun for short period of time Toronto has to offer.
Yes, there is such a thing as a camp for grown ups. There are a couple of places in Ontario that host adult only camp sleepovers, but Camp No Counselors is your best option. Take a trip to Muskoka/Parry Sound for fun and games during the day, but also themed parties with world famous DJ's and open bars at night.
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