After months of waiting, the warm weather seems to finally be making its swift arrival. This calls for a celebration, and the best way to do that is with an epic road trip across the province. With so many cool places to explore, you're bound to have one heck of an amazing summer!
So grab your bags, your car and your girlfriend - these 8 great places in Ontario are waiting for you:
Blue Mountain Village
Blue Mountain Village is a cozy miniature town nestled in the valleys of the Blue Mountains. Quaint shops, cute restaurants and a plethora of fun activities can all be found within the village.
Canatara Beach is a hidden gem located along the Lake Huron shoreline. You'll enjoy white sands, waterside activities, scenic hiking trails in nearby parks, and the vibrancy of Sarnia.
The Elora Quarry is a treasured spot in Ontario that attracts several people ever year. Limestone cliffs contain a beautiful body of crystal clear water that is available for swimming and wading in.
Jordan Village is one of the many rural towns in the Niagara Wine Country. It is the perfect destination for a couple's retreat, with several restaurants, shops and museums available to explore.
Long Point is a great option for couples who love the outdoors. There are several thrilling activities that you and your partner can try, including ziplining, pod camping, stargazing from an observatory, kayaking, mushroom picking, and even Zodiac boat tours.
Port Hope offers a refreshing blend of historic themes and modern elements. Situated by the Ganaraska River, the small town has parks, waterfront trails, and beaches to accompany its lively downtown area.
The Thousand Islands are a collection of more than 1,800 small islands in the St. Lawrence River. Historic sites like the Boldt Castle, as well as local boutiques, restaurants and even casinos can all be found in the area.
Tobermory is a harbour village at the edge of the Bruce Peninsula. The town is in close vicinity to Bruce Peninsula National Park, which contains some of the most beautiful landscapes in the province.