After not seeing green grass and blooming flowers in months, it is time to get outside and enjoy the warm weather. So what are you waiting for? It is time to plan some hikes with your friends this summer!\nOntario is filled with stunning landscapes you need to see! Even if you aren't a hiking enthusiast, boardwalk trails are perfect for everyone as they offer a flat well-maintained path for you to follow. Around Ontario, you can find boardwalk trails that will take you through fields of thousands of flowers, next to lakes, rapids and more.\nTo help you plan your next spring hike, here are 14 boardwalk trails in Ontario you need to add to your bucket list this spring:\nREAD MORE: This 2.5 km Boardwalk Trail Will Take You Through A Rare Forest Across The Border From Ontario\nPoint Pelee National Park\nLeamington, Ontario\n View this post on Instagram #カナダ #canada #ontario #pointpeelee #provincialpark #naturelovers A post shared by Naomi Sayama (@naorin129) on Nov 12, 2016 at 4:17pm PST\n\nThis gorgeous boardwalk trail will take you over a floating boardwalk through the marsh. The 1 km loop trail takes approximately 45 minutes to do, and you'll have the chance of seeing plenty of birds and turtles. Make sure to climb to the top of the lookout tower for a tremendous panoramic view of the marsh and surrounding forest.\n\nBruce Peninsula National Park\nTobermory, Ontario\n View this post on Instagram Solitude is creativity’s best friend, and solitude is refreshment for our souls. - Naomi Judd ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• . . . . . #splendid_shotz #depthofearth #earth_shotz #majestic_earth #awesome_earthpix #forestwalk #eclectic_shotz #colors_of_day #awesome_earth #ig_shotz #nakedplanet #hikingtrail #ig_world #ig_captures_nature #splendid_earth #visualsofearth #naturalwonder #discoverglobe #moodygram #shotzdelight #folkscenery #fiftyshades_of_nature_ #nature_brilliance #artsyheaven #folkgreen #earthofficial #roamtheplanet #tourtheplanet #fantasticearth #brucepeninsulanationalpark A post shared by Rajmy Sayavong (@rsayavong) on Jan 23, 2018 at 1:45pm PST\n\nThis spring you need to try Cyprus Lake Trail in the beautiful Bruce Peninsula National Park. The 5 km looped trail is mostly all boardwalk and will take you next to wildflowers and to Cyprus Lake.\n\nSifton Bog\nLondon, Ontario\n View this post on Instagram I keep my distance now, forcing my jaw to smile. A post shared by @ arthvryao on Jun 17, 2017 at 8:01pm PDT\n\nFor a short stroll head to Sifton Bog trail which is a 1 km trail over a wooden walkway through the forest that leads to a lookout over the bog. The highly popular trail can get rather busy, so to avoid the crowds visit early in the morning to enjoy the peaceful setting. You can also bring your dog with you on this trail if they are on a leash.\n\nCrawford Lake\nMilton, Ontario\n View this post on Instagram Tomorrow is the 50th anniversary of the #BruceTrail! Check out the #HaltonON portion of the trail. A post shared by Halton Region (@regionofhalton) on Jun 9, 2017 at 12:04pm PDT\n\nYou are sure to enjoy the views on Crawford Lake Boardwalk Loop Trail. The smooth 1.4 km loop trail will take you through a forest and all around Crawford Lake.\n\nPresqu'ile Provincial Park\n View this post on Instagram 🌞🌞🌞 . . . #presquilebeach #presquile #walking #boardwalk #cute #sunny #green #grass #blueskys #likeforlike #happy #discoverontario #boardwalks #peaceful #love #outdoors #outside #summertime #summer #allblackoutfit #sun #goldenhour #canada #presquileprovincialpark A post shared by Cynthia (@_cynthia_hazelwood) on Aug 19, 2018 at 7:55pm PDT\n\nIt is hard not to love Presqu'ile Provincial Park's Marsh Trail. The 1.2 km loop includes a boardwalk over the marsh and two viewing towers. The boardwalk section doesn't have any walls, allowing you to enjoy an unrestricted view of the stunning landscape.\n\nSpruce Bog\nNipissing, Ontario\n View this post on Instagram Not all those who wander are lost 👣🌿 A post shared by KAREN | Self Growth 🌸 (@misskaayle) on Jul 14, 2017 at 5:45pm PDT\n\nLocated in Algonquin Provincial Park, Spruce Bog Boardwalk is a 1.4 km looped boardwalk trail. The hiking trail is suitable for all skill levels as it is super flat, and one of the easiest trails in Algonquin Provincial Park.\n\nCanopy Boardwalk\nHaliburton, Ontario\n View this post on Instagram Give the gift of an Experience! A number of families hit the Canopy Tour this weekend to say thank you and we love you to the amazing men/father's in their lives. #happyfathersday. . . . #CanopyTour #giftanexperience #givethegiftoftravel #fathersday #father #memorymaker #familytime #familyfun #gifts #giftideas #canopy #ComeWander #MyHaliburtonHighlands #DiscoverON #ExploreCanada #Ontario #canada #haliburton #HaliburtonForest #whereamI #wanderlust #Explore #Discover #Experience A post shared by Haliburton Forest (@haliburton_forest) on Jun 18, 2018 at 3:39am PDT\n\nFor the ultimate spring hike, you need to head to Haliburton. Here you'll find half a km long that is between 10 to 20 meters above the forest floor. It is the longest suspended boardwalk in the world!\nREAD MORE: This Boardwalk Trail Takes You Through A Beautiful Forest Marsh In Ontario\n\nPurdon Conservation Area\n View this post on Instagram In full bloom. #ComeWander #SerenitySeeker #OntariosHighlands #DiscoverON A post shared by Ontario's Highlands (@onhighlands) on Jun 30, 2017 at 6:04pm PDT\n\nFlower lovers, this is the boardwalk trail for you! The boardwalk trail in Purdon Conservation Area is stunning, as you will walk through fields of more than 10,000 blooming lady slippers flowers, which is the largest orchid colony in all of Canada!\n\nBell Park Boardwalk\nSudbury, Ontario\n View this post on Instagram My hands are awkward because I can’t stay still long enough to take a single picture...🦖🦖🦖 A post shared by Kennedy (@kennedycresswell) on Aug 13, 2018 at 8:45am PDT\n\nFor a relaxing morning walk explore the Bell Park Boardwalk in Sudbury. You won't need to wear your hiking attire for this super flat 2km trail, which is a favourite of locals because it takes you along the shoreline of Ramsey Lake.\n\nMer Bleue Bog\nOttawa, Ontario\n View this post on Instagram Aventure.🌾 A post shared by Karolanne Paradis (@karolanneparadis) on Aug 21, 2018 at 2:26pm PDT\n\n For the picture-perfect spring day, head to Mer Bleue. It is the largest bog in Canada’s Capital Region and the second-largest bog in southern Ontario. Along the 1.2 km boardwalk, you can enjoy the beautiful landscape filled with rare plants, birds and other wildlife.\n\nWaterfront Boardwalk Trail\nTemiskaming Shores, Ontario\n View this post on Instagram I drove from Sudbury to New Liskeard last night, CBC news went in and out of tune on the radio and I enjoyed the breathtaking views along the way. I passed many places I recognized from when I was little - French River, Montreal River, Temiskaming Shores, multiple trading posts - all places my family would pass as we drove in our station wagon from Marathon, ON to visit my grandparents in NB. My mom would pack picnic lunches for us, we’d play at rest stops and enjoy the nature around us. When we complained enough about “too much CBC news,” my sisters and I would choose 8-tracks like Trooper, ABBA and Jim Croce. Northern Ontario is so beautiful and I learned to appreciate this from a very early age. Never underestimate the power of family time and how it shapes a viewpoint for a lifetime. We didn’t have technology back then and didn’t need it. Our imaginations ran wild and free. #nostalgia #grateful #ontario #cbc #abba #trooper #theboysinthebrightwhitesportscar #temiskamingshores #sudbury @newliskeardbia @cbcnews @waterfrontinn #familytime A post shared by Holly S (@hollysherr) on May 23, 2018 at 5:47am PDT\n\nThe Waterfront Boardwalk Trail is perfect for people looking for an easy hike. Located in downtown Temiskaming Shores the completely flat 2 km trail offers outstanding views of the beach and Lake Temiskaming. \n\nCollingwood Boardwalk\nCollingwood, Ontario\n View this post on Instagram A post shared by @vindvaki on Sep 16, 2016 at 6:29pm PDT\n\nIf you are short on time but want to get outdoors, the Collingwood Boardwalk trail would be perfect for you! It is only 0.5 km long, and the boardwalk will lead you through the wetlands to a beautiful lookout point.\n\nChapman Mills Conservation Area\nManotick, Ontario\n View this post on Instagram happiness hours ☀ A post shared by Laura Mullins (@diamondsinthesun) on Jun 10, 2018 at 12:50pm PDT\n\nSurprisingly this short boardwalk trail is never crowded, despite the beautiful views it offers. The Chapman Mills Trail is 1.5 km long, and the boardwalk will take you through forest and next to the water. Along the route, you can expect to see plenty of birds.\n\nThe White Water Walk \nNiagara Falls, Ontario\n @britt.coxembedded via \nIn Niagara Falls you need to do the White Water Walk. The unbelievable boardwalk trail will take you to a viewing platform where you can see Niagara River's white-water rapids that travel at 48 km/h. The entire route will take you about an hour and is well worth it to see the rapids up close.