Now that the warm weather has arrived it is time to plan some unforgettable summer road trips! Right across the border in New York State, there are plenty of spots to visit that aren't New York City. Here are 9 insane activities across the Ontario border that you have to travel to this summer:

Railbiking Through The Adirondacks 

Price: $35 a person if you are 4 people

Address: 3 Railroad Place, North Creek, NY

Why you need to go: You can ride a tandem or quad bike over railroad tracks through the forest.


Lazy River Tubing In A Canyon

Price: $29.95 per adult

Address: 2144 Route 9, Ausable Chasm, New York

Why you need to go: Spend a relaxing summer afternoon floating on the water.


Waterfall Swimming Hole

Price: $8 per car

Address: 105 Enfield Falls Road, Ithaca, New York

Why you need to go: The state park has 12 waterfalls, including one swimming hole with a waterfall!


Treetop Forest Trail

Price: $22 per person

Address: 45 Museum Drive, Tupper Lake, New York

Why you need to go: Enjoy the incredible view of the forest from the treetop trail.


Explore An Illuminated Cave

Price: $25 per person

Address: 255 Discovery Drive, Howes Cave, New York

Why you need to go: Explore a stunning illuminated underground cave.


Whiteface Mountain Summit

Price: $24 for the gondola ride

Address: 5021 Route 86, Wilmington, New York

Why you need to go: Enjoy the incredible view from the summit of Whiteface Mountain (4867 feet in the air). If you don't want to hike you can take the gondola to the top!


Pratt's Falls

Price: $2 per car

Address: 7671 Pratt's Falls Road, Manlius, New York

Why you need to go: The 137 feet tall waterfall is one of the tallest and easiest waterfalls to visit in New York.


Summer Downhill Tubing

Price: $18 for a day pass

Address: 1289 Lake Avenue, Lake Luzerne New York

Why you need to go: Have tons of fun tubing down a hill in the summer!


Singer Castle

Price: $14.50 per person

Address: Singer Castle on Dark Island, Chippewa Bay, New York

Why you need to go: Visit a magical 100-year-old castle!


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