With warm weather slowly beginning to appear, it's time to start dreaming about sunny adventures. What better way to enjoy a beautiful day than by drifting down a peaceful river? This canoe trip will take you through glistening blue waters and past historic bridge ruins. Slather on some sunscreen and paddle your way along Ontario's Grand River for a scenic boating trip.\nOntario is filled with winding rivers and rushing ravines to explore. Next time you're craving a water adventure, head to this place for some extra breathtaking views.\nThe Grand River in Paris is the perfect spot to enjoy a day on the water.\nThe 17.5 kilometre stretch between Cambridge and Paris will take you past lush wilderness, fresh spring water, and swimming spots.\nAs you venture along the gorgeous aquatic trail, you'll come across giant stone pillars that were once part of a railway bridge.\nConstructed in the 1800s, the bridge was part of the Grand Trunk Railway.\nNow all that remains are towering walls known as the Three Sisters. You can paddle your way around these remnants and take in the beauty of the historic ruins.\nGrand River Tubing has boat rentals including canoes, kayaks, and paddleboards.\nView this post on Instagram At the end of our 11 km canoe route we were greeted by the “three sisters”. They were built around 1852 and were the pillars for the Great West Railway bridge over the Grand River. This was the the first railway to Paris, running from Niagara Falls. The inaugural trip was December 15, 1853. #threesisters #grandriver #thegrandriver #parisontario #canoeing A post shared by Dave & Janine Buckles (@buckles_roadtrips) on Sep 17, 2018 at 6:07am PDT\nPrices vary depending on the boat, and costs include parking, safety kit, life jacket, and more.\nTrips usually run from the beginning of May to mid-October. However, it's always a good idea to check the website before visiting.\nView this post on Instagram July 23, 2017. Tubing the Grand River. #grandriver #ParisOntario #tubing #lazyriver #turbotubing #threesisters #ontario #canada A post shared by Maja Samborski (@maja_ski) on Jul 24, 2017 at 5:51pm PDT\nAfter your boating adventure, you can head to the quaint town of Paris to enjoy the cafes and charming shops.\nOntario boasts several other notable spots for a relaxing float, including an ancient gorge with towering cliffs.\nCall up your best paddling buddies and start planning a trip to this gorgeous river and historic ruins.\nView this post on Instagram Old bridge ruins #grandriver #parisontario #kayak A post shared by myko69 (@myko69) on Sep 3, 2017 at 2:35pm PDT\nGrand River Paris\nPrice: Prices vary\nWhen: May - Mid-October\nAddress: 142 W River Rd., Brant, ON\nWhy You Need To Go: Paddle past towering bridge ruins in this beautiful Ontario river.\nWebsite\n\n\nWe strongly advise that before you go swimming or visit any location, you check the most recent updates on potential hazards, security, water quality, and closures. If you do plan to visit a location, respect the environment.