OK, who’s ready for an adventure? While it’s more important than ever to just stay home right now, we can’t help but ignore our wanderlust. And that's why we’ve organized a virtual road trip made up of 12 Ontario live streams so you can visit your favourite places in the province right now without getting off the couch.\nWhether you want to admire beautiful waterfalls or spend the day at an adorable goat farm, these live streams have you covered.\nAnd just because provincial parks are currently closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, that doesn’t mean you can’t still enjoy those perfect park views.\nThe best part of a virtual adventure is just how quickly you can “travel” from place to place.\nOne moment, you’re watching the sunset on Wasaga Beach. Seconds later, with the click of a button, you’re in Kingston wandering through Confederation Park.\nThe best part? You don’t need to spend any cash on this provincial adventure.\nSo get comfy, grab a snack, and settle in for a day of exploring.\nAnd remember, there are no hiking boots required!\nAdmire Niagara Falls\nNo matter how many times you visit, Niagara Falls never disappoints.\nNow you can enjoy the sights and sounds of the Horseshoe Falls from the comfort of your couch.\nEmpty Hills At Blue Mountain Resort\nYou might not see any skiers right now, but you can check in on the snowy hills at Blue Mountain Resort 24/7.\nJust pretend it's the view from your window and you're on a fabulous spring vacation.\nLive Bird Watching From Manitouwadge\nAre you missing the sounds of birds chirping in the woods?\nJust throw this Ontario bird feeder stream on and relax with the sounds of nature.\nAlgonquin Park\nThe Friends Of Algonquin Park | Earth Cam\nNext stop, Algonquin Park! You can check out scenic views from the park's visitors' centre camera here.\nAnd now, you don't even need to hike for hours to enjoy the view. Bonus!\nCity Sites From The CN Tower\nCN Tower | Earth Cam\nHere, you can take in the view from the CN Tower. If you're afraid of heights IRL, this is an excellent way to finally visit the Toronto landmark.\nPlus, with the streets nearly empty, it's quite an unusual scene.\nA Visit To Haute Goat\nFrom the barn to their adorable little playground, you can check in on these goats 24/7.\nWho knows what cute shenanigans they will get up to next.\nRelax By The Lake In Muskoka\nTaboo Muskoka Resort\nThis Muskoka resort's dock is the perfect spot to watch the sunset in the evenings.\nOn the company website, you can also find a second waterfront view that's just as gorgeous as this one.\nConfederation Park Kingston\nCity Of Kingston | Confederation Basin Webcam\nAre you dying to go on a stroll through your favourite park right now?\nWell, now you can visit Kingston's Confederation Park without leaving the house thanks to this stream.\nDog Park Paradise\nHave you ever gone for a walk just to admire other people's doggos?\nIf so, then you'll love the various webcams available through Park 9 where you can watch these canines have the time of their lives. Check the website for more playrooms and even more precious pups.\nBeach Day @ Wasaga Beach\nWasaga Beach | Webcam Taxi\nAh, sunsets on the beach. Sounds romantic, doesn't it?\nNow, you and bae can cuddle at home and enjoy perfectly pink skies from Wasaga Beach.\nTomahawk Resort\nTomahawk Resort\nYou might not be able to check into this Ontario resort right now, but you can certainly check it out here.\nIf you love wildlife and have some time to kill, you're bound to see a variety of animals on this stream.\nNiagara River Cam\nOnce you've had your fill of the falls, why not virtually head over to Fort Niagara to enjoy a view of the river?