Looks like Ontarians might get to do one classic summer activity this year. Ontario drive-ins will open. That means people can catch a movie night under the stars while still social distancing.\nThe announcement was made in a May 30 news release, which stated that drive-in theatres that were in existence prior to May 29 can reopen starting on the 31st with restrictions in place.\nHowever, the one question that might remain is what kind of movies will be playing, considering the fact that almost every Hollywood film has been given a delayed release due to the ongoing pandemic.\nStill, a night out is a night out, and packing up some blankets, snacks, and heading out to a drive-in theatre is an event that never goes out of style.\nThe provincial government also announced that batting cages will be allowed to open on the same day.\nThis is being done so that "people can start to enjoy outdoor seasonal activities at safe physical distances," according to the release.\nAnother May 30 release also announced that backcountry camping will be allowed at Ontario parks and on crown lands starting on June 1.\nThis will include access points, paddle and portage routes and hiking trails.\nView this post on Instagram Winchester Drive In movie ticket = $7 Gorgeous sunset + lounging in Logan's hatchback car + realizing you were too young to understand the sheer amount of sexual innuendos in the movie, Shrek, the last time you saw it = priceless. #quarantinedatenight #oklahoma #sunset #winchesterdrivein #driveinmovie A post shared by Kristen Walcher (@kwalch) on May 25, 2020 at 10:23am PDT\nCurrent provincial restrictions will still apply, meaning that no more than five people will be allowed to occupy one camping spot at a time.\nAdvanced registration and reservations will have to be made at most of the operating provincial parks.\nView this post on Instagram So badly wish I could be living in this picture, happy Saturday friends 🤟🏼 A post shared by Nikky (@nikky_discovers) on Jul 6, 2019 at 6:08pm PDT\n"Even as we begin to reopen camping so that Ontarians can enjoy our beautiful outdoors, people's health and well-being remain our top priority," John Yakabuski, Minister of Natural Resources and Forestry said in a statement.\nOntario has been reopening in phases. However, there has been some trouble, especially with crowds of people descending on Toronto's Trinity-Bellwoods Park.