Spring is coming which means there are a ton of new places for you to visit. Whether you are looking to adventure with your girlfriend who's your partner in life or your girlfriend who is your partner in crime, I've got adventure time covered!\nQuite often, when people think Ontario they think Toronto. However, what is really on the outskirts for them to see? From crystal clear waters as fresh as the water you drink to beautiful fields of flowers for you to run through, you really cannot go wrong.\nI've put together a comprehensive list of secret places that you must visit with your girlfriend, best friend, boyfriend, parents or siblings this Spring. Grab a pen, map, and read on...\nHeart-Shaped Lake // Ompah, Ontario\nView this post on Instagram It’s been a little while Instagram. We made up some time to catch an emoji in the Wild, chasing ❤️ today. 🚙👨👩👦👦🚁📸 . #aroundandahoang #hoangtrip #seizethemoment #canada #explorecanada #tinypeopleinbigplaces #WHPperfectpair #igersmontreal #emojisinthewild A post shared by Francois Hoang (@aoirostudio) on Oct 22, 2017 at 8:28pm PDT\nBuried in Ompah, Ontario lies a beautiful lake that is shaped like a heart. I chose this one first as it's an extremely romantic place to take your girlfriend if she's your significant other. If she's just a friend then there's no better way to show how much you appreciate her either. This place is about three hours north of Toronto and will not leave you disappointed.\nDorset Scenic Lookout Tower // Dwight, Ontario\n@benjaminjohn___embedded via\nDorset Lookout Tower in Dwight, Ontario is one of the most beautiful sights to see this Spring. With so much life around you, this place will definitely not disappoint. It's located approximately two and a half hours north of Toronto and is very close to Algonquin Park. Maybe it's worth extending your trip to visit both with your boo?\nDundas Peak // Hamilton, Ontario\nView this post on Instagram The view from the top but always remembering the small steps we took to get us here #nightterrorsrun #ntrctrails A post shared by Night Terrors Run Crew (@nightterrorsrun) on Nov 7, 2015 at 6:46pm PST\nDundas Peak in Hamilton, Ontario is a short drive out of Toronto and offers breathtaking views of the province. In addition, Dundas Peak also makes for a great hike! If you're looking to have your dog tag along for your day out-and-about then I'd highly recommend this place.\nWhispering Springs // Grafton, Ontario\nView this post on Instagram Why choose a 5 star hotel when you can stay at a 5 billion star hotel? 😜🤔 • • • • • • • • • #justsaying #glamping #liveoutdoors #discoverON #ontarioparks #explorecanada #tourcanada #canadasworld #exploretocreate #customsandcoffee #wheretofindme #createcultivate #modernoutdoors #whisperingsprings #wowplacestogo #escapetheordinary #welivetoexplore #adventureculture #narcitycanada #passportexpress #greettheoutdoors #awesome_earth #testedtough #earthdiscoveries #visualsoflife #nikoncanada #visitcanada A post shared by Customs & Coffee (@customsandcoffee) on Sep 6, 2018 at 8:22pm PDT\nWhispering Springs located in Grafton, Ontario is an ah-MAZING getaway for both couples and besties. Located a short hour and a half from Toronto, this retreat features gorgeous tents and there are even a saltwater pool and hot tub for you to enjoy. Talk about boujee camping!\nLake Superior Provincial Park // Wawa, Ontario\nView this post on Instagram Sunset on Lake Superior #landscapelovers #earthlandscape #ig_shotz #global_hotshotz #exclusive_shots #theworldshotz #pixel_ig #ig_great_pics #ig_myshot #xposuremag #landscape_captures #landscape_photography #ig_landscape #ig_landscapes #trapping_tones #splendid_earth #gramslayers #discoverearth #exploretheglobe #earthfocus #earthofficial #awesome_earthpix #getlost #exploretheglobe #roamtheplanet #chasinglight #canoncanada #opcmag A post shared by Saptashaw Chakraborty (@saptashaw) on Jan 31, 2019 at 9:26am PST\nLake Superior Provincial Park in Wawa, Ontario offers crystal clear waters that you and your girlfriend can dive into. This place is extremely secluded offering you the opportunity to enjoy nature and all that it has to offer. Now this place is almost 11 hours out of Toronto so the road trip is part of the experience as well! There are tons of great places to wine and dine at in the area too.\n1000 Islands Gananoque // Gananoque, Ontario\nView this post on Instagram I last visited this place with my family when I was younger and did one of the 1000 Island boat cruises. Rather than doing a boat cruise I opted for the helicopter this time 🚁. Definitely the best way to see this place in my opinion! Shot with @fly1000islands during the summer. . . . . . . . #ontario #Helicopter #wildernessculture #hikeontario #unlimitedcanada #explorecanada #adventurevisuals #roamtheplanet #canadasworld #imagesofcanada #eastcoastcreatives #createexplore #bestofontario #instagood #instagood10k #exploremag #ontarioforyou #artofvisuals #thenortheastcollective #livefolk #gananoque #adventure_time #greatWaterway #1000Islands #livelovecanada #aerialphotography #sonyimages #getoutside #sonyalpha #bealpha A post shared by Dean Heliotis (@deanheliotis) on Oct 17, 2018 at 6:11am PDT\nAlmost 300 kilometres from Toronto lies a beautiful area called 1000 Islands Gananoque where you can visit stunning islands that are practically untouched. Not only will these little patches of land offer amazing photo opportunities, but also a chance to take in the beauty of Lake Ontario.\nAndrew's Scenic Acres // Milton, Ontario\nView this post on Instagram Friends I’m on a roll!! I have another blog post for you 🌸 and it’s all about the gorgeous photos by @xkylex when we all hung out in a field of dahlias! The amazing @breakwavecreative did our boho hair and makeup and provided the best @freepeople pieces for the shoot!! Oh and I got to model with the prettiest flower babe out there, my lovely unicorn friend @genevievehutch this shoot definitely makes me feel like spring is coming, what are y’all excited for this year? I’ve been trying to create as much as possible because it’s really what brings me so much joy, that and spending time in nature and travel. You can create anything you desire, this I know in my bones. I mean look how gorgeous this world is, that we can dance around in a field of flowers, I just want to take care of the beautiful world we live in any way I possibly can, this planet is such a gift 🌎 . . . . . #dahlias #flowers #fieldofflowers #photoshoot #torontoblogger #ontheblog #ootd #blogger #styling #fashion #fpme #freepeople #lackofcoloraus #garden #thatsdarling #sustainableliving #careforplanet A post shared by Ana Alic (@anaalic) on Feb 27, 2018 at 6:43pm PST\nDoes your girlfriend love flowers? What about taking photos in flower gardens for her Instagram with the caption 'Spring is in full bloom'? If so, look no further than Andrew's Scenic Acres in Milton, Ontario that provides fields of colour for you to enjoy. Only about 45 minutes outside of Toronto makes it a very popular destination. I'd suggest you go early to make sure you capture the perfect photo!\nFlowerpot Island // Georgian Bay, Ontario\nView this post on Instagram Falco chased all the squirrels in the island but did not want to go in the water 😅😤 #pup A post shared by Vanessa Guevara (@vguevara24) on Sep 20, 2018 at 7:32pm PDT\nFlowerpot Island in Georgian Bay, Ontario is an amazing place to go in the Spring. Not only is it full of colour and crystal clear water, but it's also located in the North Bruce Peninsula making it the perfect opportunity to take in all that the area has to offer! Also, it's extremely dog-friendly so if your pup is a fan of water I'd highly suggest they tag along!\nPort Carling // Port Carling, Ontario\nView this post on Instagram Dreamy place with even dreamier sunsets A post shared by Isabelle Hax Smith (@isabeesmith) on Aug 22, 2018 at 5:53pm PDT\nPort Carling is approximately two and a half hours from Toronto and offers so many amazing sights to see! I think the photo says it all - it offers beautiful sunsets, tons of trails for you to hike on, and just an opportunity to unwind from the hustle and bustle of the city.\nPrince Edward County Lavender // Hillier, Ontario\nView this post on Instagram Today I turn 25, and I couldn’t be more thankful for the life I’ve lived so far, and all the incredible people I’ve been lucky enough to be surrounded by. Today feels sooo good 🤙🏼 Thanks everyone for all the love! XO A post shared by Aliesha Wilson (@alieshawilson) on Jul 7, 2018 at 1:44pm PDT\nOkay, so as of late lavender has been VERY in. Whether it be for you to buy in essential oil form or even as a body lotion, everyone is talking about it. However, have you ever been to a lavender farm? Not only does it smell amazing, but it also offers you the chance to see how beautiful the tiny flowers are up close. Prince Edward County Lavender in Hillier, Ontario is located about 2 hours from Toronto and if you're looking to make a day of it there's also a winery close by!\nSaugeen Shores // Bruce County, Ontario\nView this post on Instagram Postcards from the Edge • • • • • #canon_photos #canoncanada #archilovers #folkvibe #architectonics_world #ig_architecture #tv_pointofview #tv_minimal #agameoftones #artofvisuals #architecture_minimal #jj_architecture #wanderlust #killeverygram #mkexplore #illgrammers #discoverON #symmetricalmonsters #imaginatones #thecreatorclass #minimal_shots #ig_color #apexcaptures #justgoshoot #canada #brucecollective #folkcreative A post shared by Jason Sunio (@jsun31) on Mar 12, 2018 at 7:14am PDT\nSaugeen Shores is giving me so any 90's vibes in this photo. Located in Bruce County, Ontario, Saugeen Shores is a great place to go swimming and have a picnic right on Lake Huron. On top of the views, there's also a ton of great seafood restaurants in the area for you to check out! Make sure you take advantage of Saugeen Shores this spring as it's not even three hours from Toronto!\nHaliburton Forest // Haliburton, Ontario\nView this post on Instagram This was one of those "stop in your tracks" type of moments. Stunning as always Canada. . . . . . . . #takemoreadventures #exploretheglobe #wildernessculture #lifeofadventure #campeveryday #liveauthentic #adventurevisuals #mountainstories #neverstopexploring #beautifuldestinations #ourplanetdaily #explorecanada #travelontario #canadasworld #tourcanada #exploreontario #parkscanada #ourplanetdaily #campingofficial #greatnorthcollective #roamtheplanet #earthofficial #imagesofcanada #enjoycanada #thankyoucanada #mountainstones #eastcoastcreatives #thenortheastcollective #fromwhereidrone #artofvisuals A post shared by Joey Speers 🇨🇦 Canada (@joeyspeers) on Jul 13, 2017 at 6:18pm PDT\nHaliburton Forest is about two and a half hours from Toronto and really gives you an opportunity to take in nature. From gorgeous trees that tower over you and crystal clear fresh water for you to enjoy, you really can't go wrong. This forest is every adventure influencer's dreams.\nDavis Feed and Farm Supply // Caledon, Ontario\nView this post on Instagram It’s cold and rainy and I miss this day and this sunflower field🌻 A post shared by Jessica Sole (@jessicasole_) on Nov 2, 2018 at 9:15am PDT\nDavis Feed and Farm Supply located in Caledon, Ontario has beds of sunflowers starting to blossom from soaking up the fresh spring sun. Even though sunflowers are at their peak in the summer, it is a smart idea to visit in the spring and beat the wave of people taking photos frolicking in the flowers.\nElora Quarry // Elora, Ontario\nView this post on Instagram throwback with @hoaka_swimwear☀️ A post shared by Jessica Sole (@jessicasole_) on Jun 22, 2018 at 3:07pm PDT\nElora Quarry was one of my favourite places to visit in the spring/ summer when I was a kid. Not only is the water super clean to swim in, but there's also a ton of places in the area to visit. Whether you want to go swimming in the quarry or ziplining on a cliff, Elora sure will keep you busy!\nDahlia May Flower Farm // Trenton, Ontario\nView this post on Instagram Sunset on the farm tonight. No filters. No edits. Just a quick iPhone snap of the magical place where we work and live. Evenings like this leave me feeling like there is everything to be grateful for. . Three years ago the greenhouse in this photo didn’t exist. A large garden and larger dreams held its place. This spring the greenhouse held tens of thousands of tulips. . Two years ago the daffodils crop in this photo was only a dream. It was a big investment and I could never have guessed it would be so beautiful. . One year ago the tractor in the background of this image was only a dream as well. I put the last bit of savings I had (literally, I emptied my TFSA) into the down payment on it this January. . We are all in now. There is nothing more. It’s scary. Farming, working hand in hand with Mother Nature, with no plan B. But we are grateful. Our community is making our dream possible. And Mother Nature is reminding us daily that for all she is difficult she is also generous beyond compare. She is powerful. She gifts us daily. Tonight, minutes before this sunset, a rainbow burst out and spanned the farm. You can find it in my stories. Honestly, I just walked around the farm for 15 minuets tonight quietly saying thank you. I’m so thankful for every bit of this experience, and for my health and my ability to simply be here now to witness this magic. #livewithgratitude #farmlifebestlife A post shared by Melanie - Florist And Grower (@dahliamayflowerfarm) on May 3, 2018 at 6:37pm PDT\nDahlia May Flower Farm in Trenton, Ontario gives will give you a whole new appreciation for Mother Nature. This beautiful farm is family-run and grows some of the most beautiful flowers that the province of Ontario has to offer. If you're looking to take your girlfriend somewhere romantic then I'd highly recommend this place.\nWoodland Caribou Provincial Park // Red Lake, Ontario\nView this post on Instagram With the light fading fast, another day slips by. Now, under the pastel colours of the northern sky you reflect on the day. A day of triumphs and wonder, a day of waterfalls and Moose. Quietly now, looking over the lake one last time, you wonder what tomorrow will bring......and there in lies what makes this land so dynamic, for we never know what discoveries we'll find when we wake..... A post shared by Red Lake Outfitters (@redlakeoutfitters) on Aug 11, 2018 at 4:20am PDT\nWoodland Caribou Provincial Park in Red Lake, Ontario is a serene and quiet place to escape to this Spring. It's located extremely North (near Winnipeg) so I'd highly suggest you make it a multi-day trip. With that in mind, the sunsets are absolutely stunning and you can see the stars perfectly from up there.\nMount Nemo // Burlington, Ontario\nView this post on Instagram Maybe it’s not about the happy ending. Maybe it’s about the story. As fantastic as the moments might feel like, it all may end to the bitter ending, so enjoy those moments!because you live only once. The End.————————————————— #wonderful_places #bestvacations #explorecanada #tourcanada #enjoycanada #canadiancreatives #imagesofcanada #canoncanada #sharecangeo #shotoncanon #blogto #canada #portrait #earth_portraits #portraitvision #ontario #travel #canadasworld #beautifuldestinations #lovetoronto #narcitycanada #moodygrams #ingeniousleague #creativecontentbuilders #canada #viarail #creativetribez #creativecontentbuilders #creatorsregime #creatorcommune A post shared by Aryan Möjiri (@aryanmojiri) on Oct 2, 2018 at 9:38am PDT\nMount Nemo in Burlington, Ontario is a stunning escape from the hustle and bustle of the city. There are tons of beautiful panoramic views and there are even unique cliffs that you can rock climb on. The best part of all? On a clear day, you have a perfect view of the CN Tower making you feel close to home.\nTobermory the Grotto // Tobermory, Ontario\nView this post on Instagram I forgot to bring my jacket along on this hike and the wind nearly killed me!!! But when I was at the peak looking out at the waters I!! Was!! So!! Amazed!!! God had a good day and decided to put in extra effort into making this lake pretty 😌 Edited by: @tjongingeverywhere . Thank you for putting in extra effort into making me look pretty he he 😗 A post shared by Rachel Valerie (@rachelsugarrush) on Oct 16, 2018 at 3:51am PDT\nThe Grotto in Bruce Peninsula National Park is graced with some of the cleanest and clearest water in the province. There are tons of amazing trails to walk on, cliffs to climb, and water to swim in. On top of that, the area of Tobermory also features Boulder Beach, which is a great place to set up for a picnic.\nJourney Behind the Falls // Niagara Falls, Ontario\nView this post on Instagram Maybe one of my favorite photos I’ve taken over the years. (pictured in the tunnel of Niagra, where it was cold and loud and wet, but also had the most amazing light 💡 ) 🏔 A post shared by Lexi (@lexihilandfilms) on Dec 30, 2018 at 9:24pm PST\nEveryone is accustomed to the sight of the front of the Niagara Falls, however, how many can say they've seen behind it? Journey Behind the Falls is a stunning 'secret' place that you can take your girlfriend to. It's a self-guided tour in 130-year-old tunnels formed in bedrock. You'll hear the crashing of the falls in front of you.\nWolfe Island // Kingston, Ontario\nView this post on Instagram So many reasons to smile lately, and so excited to be able to celebrate homecoming this weekend with some amazing friends! Pure happiness😊💙💛❤️ A post shared by Kat Nesta Loucks (@katnes9) on Oct 12, 2016 at 4:05pm PDT\nWolfe Island is the largest of the world-famous 1000 Islands here in Ontario. It features beautiful views and also, can you imagine the sunsets on this island? In addition, Wolfe Island carries this sense of charm with tons of beautiful lighthouses and towers. Make sure you check it out!\nMuskoka // Muskoka, Ontario\email@example.com via\nI couldn't end this list without including Muskoka. For those of you haven't been before, I highly suggest you stop by this spring and take in all that it has to offer with your girlfriend. There are tons of amazing restaurants to try in the area and also tons of places to stay if you're looking to make it a multi-day adventure!