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Here's The Ultimate Bucket List For The Last 3 Weeks Of Summer In Ontario

I hate to say it, but September is really just around the corner. That means a few things: back to school, back to work and back to reality. No more frolicking around the city at all hours doing whatever we want. 

Don't fret though, we've still got a solid 3 weeks of summer. Which is plenty of time to get up to no good. Check out this list of things you HAVE to do one more time before summer is over. 

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Week 1

Week 2

Week 3

For Week 1, click "Next"

Week 1

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1. Get some cool Ontario nature shots for your Instagram.

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2. See if you can find this hidden bay in Ontario.

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3. Visit Niagara Falls after dark.

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4. Play a late night drunk game of truth or dare. 

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5. Go on a cheap train tour of southern Ontario.

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6. Check out the white water rapids at this boardwalk.

For Week 2, click "Next"

1. Chillax at one of these amazing resorts in Ontario.

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2. Visit all the wild nature in The Bruce Peninsula.

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3. Take a fake trip to Europe at this villa in the Thousand Islands.

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4. Hang out under this 2 tier waterfall in Hamilton.

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5. Try to complete this insane ice cream bucket list.

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6. Go on a road trip with your BFF's.

For Week 3, click "Next"

1. Rent a cottage near Toronto.

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2. Plan a wild adventure with your BFF's.

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3. Plan a camping trip with your squad.

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4. Explore and conquer insane hiking trails in Ontario.

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5. Take a day trip to the beautiful city of Hamilton.

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