As the flowers start to blossom and the snow begins to melt away, there will be tons of different activities happening within the city of Toronto. However, what happens if you want to escape the hustle and bustle? Explore something new? Or just enter yourself into the world of wilderness?\nI lived in Vancouver for four years and I was blown away by how tranquil I would feel when I decided to escape the city for a day. However, I recently discovered that the beauty of the outdoors doesn't stop when you leave BC. Ontario also has tons of beautiful spots for you to explore on a spontaneous day trip with your besties or significant other.\nHere are the top 12 you can't miss out on this Spring:\nFerris Provincial Park // Campbellford, Ontario\nView this post on Instagram 30 ft above a rushing river, solid place to take a seat, no? A post shared by Chelsea (@chelsseaclark) on Aug 11, 2017 at 10:01am PDT\nDistance from Toronto: 1h 55m\nBuried in the town of Campbellford is Ferris Provincial Park. With over 10km of trails through forest and along the river, you'll be sure to get a workout in while enjoying all nature has to offer. In addition, there's a suspension bridge that crosses the river and makes for the perfect photo opportunity.\nLake Rosseau // Lake Rosseau, Ontario\nView this post on Instagram Time almost stops when you stare into the eye of a sunset, can't beat it A post shared by Joey Speers 🇨🇦 Canada (@joeyspeers) on Sep 7, 2016 at 5:57pm PDT\nDistance from Toronto: 2h 33m\nLake Rosseau is located about 200 kilometres north of Toronto and features STUNNING views of both the sunset and over 60 islands. There are tons of places to explore, camp, and picnic with friends. My suggestion if you're going to go? Stay for the sunset or arrive before the sunrise. You won't be disappointed.\nReif Estate Winery // Niagara-On-The-Lake, Ontario\nView this post on Instagram Definitely not wine drunk today 😜 #McDougallWho A post shared by Sidney Robertson (@sidrobs) on Sep 29, 2018 at 5:47pm PDT\nDistance from Toronto: 1h 30m\nReif Estate Winery is located in Niagara-On-The-Lake and features stunning and features beautiful vineyard that you and your friends can frolic through. In addition, they have 'sensory wine bar' in which you are blindfolded and can sample tons of different wines and cheese!\nWasaga Beach // Wasaga Beach, Ontario\nView this post on Instagram Look! Someone I’m taller than! . . Thank you for making me feel like a normal sized human 🤣💕🍑 @santana.8 . . . . . #smallfriends #beach #beachbody #beachparty #beachlife🌴 #beachbum #beachbabes #cheer #cheerleaders #fit #fitness #fitnessmodel #fitfam #fitnessmotivation #fitspo #wasagabeach #love #sunshine #pinkhair #pastelpinkhair #longhair #hairstylist #livingmybestlife #fashion #style #lifestyle #babes #babesofinstagram #magichour 📸💥: @samsonyan71 (legit insta photographer! Lol) A post shared by Melinda Leite (@melinda_leite) on Aug 21, 2018 at 6:03am PDT\nDistance from Toronto: 1h 40m\nWasaga Beach is one of the most popular spring/ summer destinations. Not only are the beaches stunning, but there are also tons of great bars and restaurants to check out.\nTerre Bleu Lavender Farm // Campbellville, Ontario\nView this post on Instagram missing the sun . . . . . . . . . . #fashion #stylish #instafashion #fashionista #fashiondiary #stylefashion #fashionstyle #ootd #fashiongram #lookbook #fashionaddict #instaoutfit #fashiondaily #ootdfashion #whowhatwear #stylediaries #fashioncanadians #ootdshare #fashionblogger #style #streetstyle #womensfashion #instastyle #whatIwore #fashiondiaries #styleinspo #styleblog #styleblogger #streetfashion #outfitoftheday A post shared by Gayle Villacampa ✦ (@itsgaylegv) on Jan 6, 2019 at 2:37pm PST\nDistance from Toronto: 50m\nTerre Bleu Lavender Farm located in Campbellville, Ontario is perfect for anyone looking to take their Instagram to the next level this Spring. The farm is packed with rows and rows of lavender, that will calm the mind, and also features lavender ice cream that you can purchase onsite!\nElora Quarry // Elora, Ontario\nView this post on Instagram I know it’s September and all but I just gotta say this...it’s 30 degrees outside keep your pumpkin spice away from my margarita 😂 . it’s not fall yet people so I’m gunna keep soaking up the sunshine ☀️ #summer #summertime #summerforever #itsnotfallyall #eloraquarry #elora #travelontario #floating #floaties #local #locallove #ontario #beautifuldestinations #travel #travelholic #travelguide #femmetravel #girltravel #wanderlust #travelgram #instagood #happymonday #quoteoftheday A post shared by Stacey Reinsma (@realgirlwandering) on Sep 4, 2018 at 10:49am PDT\nDistance from Toronto: 1h 25m\nElora Quarry is the perfect getaway this spring for friends looking to escape the hustle and bustle. This limestone quarry contains freshwater that you can swim in. In addition, there are tons of shaded picnic areas that you and your friends can set up at!\nSt. Jacobs Farmers Market // St. Jacobs, Ontario\nView this post on Instagram ✅ this one off my bucket list A post shared by B (@brittagius) on Feb 9, 2019 at 12:19pm PST\nDistance from Toronto: 1h 15m\nGrowing up, St. Jacobs was one of my favourite places to visit with family and friends. Not only are all the people so nice and laid back, but it is also a hidden gem for people looking to try new and exciting foods! A lot of the local vendors bring their own heritage to each dish they make. Oh, and the baked goods are iconic, too!\nJW Marriott The Rosseau Muskoka Resort and Spa // Muskoka, Ontario\nView this post on Instagram I always need a glass of wine... or a bottle... or a winery in Italy 🍷🙈 thanks @eosproducts for an amazing few days! A post shared by Joelle Farrow (@joellefarrow) on Sep 16, 2018 at 12:05pm PDT\nDistance from Toronto: 2h 15m\nIt would have been so easy for me to recommend you go to the Scandinave Spa in Blue Mountain, which is why I wanted to offer you something a bit different! The JW Marriott Resort and Spa in Lake Rosseau is the perfect escape for people looking to unwind. Not only does it offer a spa with tranquil oxygen facials, but they also have beautiful patios that you can enjoy a glass of wine at after.\nWhite Water Walk // Niagara Falls, Ontario\nView this post on Instagram Nothing like the view at @niagaraparks ⛰🍂 Who else loves mountains & water?! There is just something so peaceful about it...I could have stayed here for hours! #niagaraparks #canada A post shared by Kate (@classyandkate) on Oct 8, 2018 at 8:46am PDT\nDistance from Toronto: 1h 15m\nWhite Water Walk in Niagara Falls is a very popular tourist destination. Not only is the walk beautiful to take in thanks to the rapids, but its also a good hike to walk around and check out the surrounding area! The best part? You can stop by a winery after as there are tons in the vicinity!\nSpirit Tree Estate Cidery // Caledon, Ontario\nView this post on Instagram 🧀🍇🥖Char.CUTE.rie🥖🍇🧀 . . . . . . . . . #charcuterie #spirittreecidery #bestfreind #ontario #localbrew #caledon #cider A post shared by Madeleine Villa (@madeleinevillaa) on Aug 1, 2018 at 8:58am PDT\nDistance from Toronto: 40m\nSpirit Tree Estate Cider located in Caledon, Ontario is practically heaven for cider lovers. This estate grows their own apples, turns it into amazing draught cider, and also has a bistro where you can treat yourself to other apple goodies. This is the perfect place to take your bestie.\nNorthern Bruce Peninsula // Northern Bruce Peninsula, Ontario\nView this post on Instagram Endless beauty up here A post shared by Joey Speers 🇨🇦 Canada (@joeyspeers) on Jul 11, 2016 at 6:18pm PDT\nDistance from Toronto: 3h 30m\nThe Northern Bruce Peninsula is the furthest destination on this list, but it is definitely worth the hike. It's located in Bruce County and features some of Ontario's most jaw-dropping views. For those of you who live in Downtown Toronto, this will be the perfect place for you to unwind and feel tranquil this Spring.\nSpencer Smith Park // Burlington, Ontario\n@donaldphoembedded via\nDistance from Toronto: 35m\nLooking to go for a nice stroll out of the city with your dog? Look no further than Spencer Smith Park that won't just grace you with beautiful trails, but also gorgeous cherry blossoms! Now, these are only in bloom for the Spring so make sure you take advantage!