Popping the question is already nerve wracking enough, having to find the perfect location to do along with your soon to be special day shouldn't be stressful either. Whether you're looking to propose in the summer, winter, fall or even spring, we got you covered!\nREAD MORE: 11 Reasons Why Dating A Toronto Girl Is Life Changing\nExtremely romantic with their own unique twist, whether you're looking to impress your other half with a gorgeous view of the city or even over the first snowfall of the winter, these different spots have been carefully chosen for each season.\nWinter\nSummer\nFall\nSpring\nClick "Next" to see Toronto places to propose to someone in the Winter.\nWinter\nvia @elx.sha\nCasa Loma // 1 Austin Terrace\nCasa Loma is a Gothic Revival style house. The perfect time to propose to your special someone is during the winter and especially at night. The gorgeous snowfall and the bright lights will make for a great setting for your proposal.\nEvergreen Brick Works // 550 Bayview Ave #300\nThis industrial site may come as a shock to some. However, the Evergreen Brick Works offers art exhibits and a cute skating rink. Also being the location of Travis Scott and Nav’s music video to “Beibs In The Trap”.\nvia @vituni\nDistillery District\nIs there anything more magical than the Christmas Market? I don’t think so. With the amazing christmas decor and the carollers singing, setting the perfect mood for your big day.\nNathan Phillips Square // 100 Queen St W\nIf your significant other loves being the spotlight of attention, this is the perfect spot to propose! Nathan Phillips Square in the winter time is open for skating from Mid November till March (weather permitting of course) With the huge TORONTO sign in the background, ensuring your pictures will come out amazing!\nClick "Next" to see Toronto places to propose to someone in the Summer.\nSummer\nvia @jakemartellaphoto\nBluffer’s Park // 1 Brimley Road S, Scarborough\nThe closest thing we will ever get to gorgeous blue waters! There are nine parks along the bluffs, with Bluffers Park being the only one with beach access. Giving you numerous options to choose from when it comes to asking the big questions!\nvia @the.gingersnaps\nHigh Park // 1873 Bloor St W, Toronto\nHigh Park is a mixed recreational and natural park, with sporting facilities, cultural facilities, educational facilities, gardens, playgrounds and a zoo. Once you pop the question, you two can visit the zoo after!\nAllan Gardens // 19 Horticultural Ave\nThe greenery at Allan Gardens makes for a perfect backdrop for pictures. So you can capture the picture moment and it is guaranteed to look flawless!\nvia @bassemphotos\nUFT // 27 King's College Cir\nAn unusual spot if you really think about it, but not uncommon. UFT is home to tons of proposals and wedding pictures. Definitely because of the gorgeous campus.\nClick "Next" to see Toronto places to propose to someone in the Fall.\nFall\nvia @julliefly\nGibraltar Point Lighthouse // 443 Lakeshore Ave.\nWhat makes Gibraltar Point Lighthouse so great is that it is the oldest existing lighthouse on the Great Lakes, and one of Toronto's oldest buildings. It is definitely a spot tons of couples come to year round but in the fall is when it is the most romantic!\nvia @antonella.martinelli\nTrinity Bellwoods Park // 790 Queen St W\nThis park is located in one of Toronto's beautiful neighborhoods. If you are looking to make a more intimate setting, this is perfect. As the leaves fall, popping the question will definitely bring tears to your loved one.\nvia @buddypaks\nNuit Blanche\nUmm, YESS!! Nuit Blanche is an annual all-night/night-time arts festival. When you're surrounded by tons of people and beautiful works of art, how can it not be the perfect time to ask the one you love to marry you!\nvia @a.v.89\nRiverdale Farm/Park\nNo relations to Arche and Jughead, but still amazing nonetheless. Riverdale Farm is a 3-hectare municipally operated farm in the heart of Cabbagetown. Cute for down to earth couples!\nClick "Next" to see Toronto places to propose to someone in the Spring.\nSpring\nvia @shoemakerr5\nCN Tower Edge Walk // 301 Front St W\nAre you and your boo risk takers? Spring is the perfect season to take you love 356m-high and pop the question overlooking the city from a way that you've never seen it before!\nvia @mr.borysenko\nToronto Islands\nSurrounded by the sounds of the water. The perfect calling for chill and laid back couples. Three ferry routes connect Hanlan's Point, Centre Island and Ward's Island to Queen's Quay docks at the foot of Bay Street in the city of Toronto. So there are many options with this one!\nvia @abbeygoodine\nHarbourfront’s Toronto Music Garden // 479 Queens Quay W\nSurrounded by flowers, making Toronto Music Garden perfect to make any girl feel like a princess! Proposing to someone is truly a special moment and Toronto Music Garden will be a wonderful location to be the backdrop for your big day!\nThompson Rooftop // 550 Wellington St W\nHow can you say no to a breathtaking view of the city! Perfect for those sophisticated couples who are looking to go above and beyond! Make sure you hire a good photographer to capture such a beautiful moment!