8 Unique Dates To Go On In Ontario This Fall
"Fall" in love.
In a few weeks, we'll bid our farewells to summer and welcome another fall season. The changing colours of leaves, the crisp jacket weather and a line-up of feel-good holidays are all exciting things to look forward to. It's a season that is best spent with the person you love.
If you're looking to do something exciting this fall, check out these 8 unique dates you can go on in Ontario:
Cooper's CSA Farm is a community supported agriculture site that features an impressive 10-acre corn maze. Opening on September 23, 2017, the maze is a challenging walk that will require you and your date to work together to finish. The admission fee is $10 per person. Other activities at the farm include standards like pumpkin picking and wagon rides.
266 Ashworth Rd, Uxbridge, ON
The Haunted Toronto Caper is one of many intricate scavenger hunts devised by Urban Capers, an entertainment company. It's a perfect option for a double date, as you can work in teams of two to six people. You'll be taken across the city to the most haunted spots and will be required to find answers to tricky trivia questions in order to advance. It can get quite challenging, but that's what makes it fun! Admission is $30 per person.
585 Dundas St E, Toronto, ON
The Rec Room is Cineplex's newest endeavour - an adult playground that features interactive arcade and carnival games, restaurants and a bar with an great selection of drinks. The facility is essentially like Playdium on steroids, and it's sure to bring the kid out in both you and your date!
255 Bremner Blvd, Toronto, ON
5 Drive-In is an iconic drive-in theatre that features several screens, ample parking and a concession. It receives the latest movies that have been released, so it's not just your typical vintage-movies-only drive-in theatre. Bring some pillows and blankets, because you're going to want to get cozy.
2332 Ninth Line, Oakville, ON
Gordon's Park, an eco resort on Manitoulin Island, provides some of the darkest skies in Ontario for stargazing. The dark sky viewing site is only a 20-minute hike from the campsite, where you can stay overnight in an authentic tipi or glamping cabin.
18777 Ontario 6 R.R.1., Tehkummah, ON
The Agawa Canyon Tour is a train ride that takes you to the most scenic spots in northern Ontario. The highlight of the ride is when the train stops at the Agawa Canyon - passengers will have the chance to explore the park in the nearby area, which has several hiking trails, waterfalls and viewing platforms. Rates start at $176 per trip, and it's best to go in the fall when the leaves start to change colour.
129 Bay St, Sault Ste. Marie, ON
Long Point is a wilderness resort that offers a wide range of outdoor activities, including canopy tours, ziplining, axe throwing, stargazing, kayaking, mushroom foraging and much more. One of the coolest features of the resort is its camping pod village, which consists of rustic pod cabins that you can stay in overnight. This resort is perfect for nature lovers and outdoor enthusiasts.
1730 Front Rd, St. Williams, ON
Scandinave Spa is an award-winning facility where you can find true peace and relaxation. Treat yourself to their hot outdoor springs, whirlpools, saunas and high quality spa treatments. A day pass to the spa will only cost you $55 a week, and $45 on Wednesdays.
152 Grey County Rd 21, The Blue Mountains, ON