I think we can all agree that spring is the perfect time to get outside and explore the beautiful province that we live in. During springtime, the weather is that perfect temperature where it's not too cold, all you need is a light jacket and it's not too hot that you're sweating from being outside for 2 minutes.\nMany of us are so lucky to call Ontario our home because it has the perfect mix of city life, beautiful waterfront, and an abundance of nature! One of my favourite things to do when the weather warms up is to explore all the scenic boardwalk trails and the Spruce Bog Boardwalk Trail is definitely on my list this year.\nREAD ALSO: You Can Climb This 1 Km Mountain Staircase Trail Near Ontario This Spring\nView this post on Instagram “I guess whoever said "the grass is greener"... Must've never seen the other side... And "what don't kill you makes you stronger" .... Sure sounds like a lie...” (Luke Combs) 🌲❤️🌲 #wanderlust #hike #scenic #landscape #creativecontentbuilders #deadlycaptures #celebratoryactionz #wintersvibez #camping A post shared by Taylor Hadley (@taylorhadleyrn) on Nov 10, 2018 at 10:40am PST\nView this post on Instagram Fall is my favourite 🍁❤️ #boardwalk #trails #algonquin #nature #autumn #discover #explore #naturelovers #weekendwarriors #beautifuldestinations #picoftheday #potd #weekend A post shared by Ashxo (@ashleyfinanxo) on Oct 27, 2018 at 6:38am PDT\nThe Spruce Bog Boardwalk Trail is located inside our infamous Algonquin Provincial Park and will take visitors a 1.5 km loop through the forest and over a surreal marsh area! The trail is one of the easiest in the area because it's basically just a short and flat trail the entire way.\nThe trail will take you past a few different bogs within the Algonquin Park forest where you have the opportunity to see nature up close and personal and even some wildlife if you're lucky! The birds in the area are known to land on people's hands if they have some seeds so bring some along if you want to get even closer to nature.\nREAD ALSO: You Can Float Down A 3.2 Km Lazy River Inside An Ancient Canyon Near Ontario This Spring\nView this post on Instagram Hanging out with this cutie in Algonquin! * * * * * #blackcappedchickadee #algonquinprovincialpark #Algonquin #sprucebogboardwalk #pmgridchallenge #autumn #fallcolours #moody #LGG6 #Nikon #OffTheGlovePhotography * * * * * Share some love and support at @ Ko-fi.com/offtheglovephotography A post shared by OTG Photos, Patrick Gemmill (@off.the.glove.photography) on Oct 23, 2018 at 6:51pm PDT\nView this post on Instagram The Great Outdoors 🌲 A post shared by Jordan Thomas🎶 (@jordanthomas416) on Jul 11, 2018 at 11:56am PDT\nIt will take you approximately 1 hour to complete the entire boardwalk trail loop depending on how many pics you snap along the way! It's open all year round so you can even come here in the winter months when the trail is covered with snow, offering a unique and stunning view in itself.\nThe best thing about this trail is that it's wheelchair accessible and the smooth, groomed boardwalk offers an easy stroll for anyone and everyone!\nView this post on Instagram s p r u c e🍃 . this trail was perfect, can’t believe we always pass it when we’re in Algonquin! wish there could have been more snow! . . #sprucebogtrail #algonquinpark #ontarioparks #discoverontario #travelontario #yourstodiscover #algonquin #trails #hike #bog #sunset #vsco #vscocam #winter #goldenhour #travelblog #canadiantraveller #roadtrip #exploreontario #explore #wanderlust #travel #blog #photography A post shared by @ wandering.dame on Mar 18, 2018 at 5:51am PDT\nView this post on Instagram Trail friends 🐦💁🏻♀️ A post shared by a d r i a n n a l o t o c k y (@walkswithtocks) on Feb 17, 2018 at 8:15am PST\n@abirnewazembedded via\nCheck out their website for more information!