Summer is coming to an end - it's a hard pill to swallow but it's the truth! For some, that means going back to school, but just because you're hitting the books and going back to class, doesn't mean your fun has to end. The fall season is right around the corner and what's better than dreaming up some Ontario road trip ideas as we enter hoodie season?
Why not take some tips from us and save on research? These seven fun spots scattered across the province will liven up your Instagram and create fun memories with your friends and family!
Venture Through Chedoke Falls
Where: Hamilton Escarpment
Why You Need To Go: If you love a good adventure and hiking calls your name, this is a perfect spot for a calming fall afternoon. Just make sure you're careful on your way down!
Walk Through The Cheltenham Badlands
Why You Need To Go: The wonders of nature! Feast your eyes on the rolling landscape which will definitely add something different to your Instagram feed. You can check out the "badlands" viewing area from the Bruce Trail in case you were wondering.
Take A Cave Tour
Price: $14 to $19
Where: 1247 Fourth Chute Rd., Eganville
Why You Need To Go: This definitely adds a hint of adventure to your road trip! Who can say they've done a cave tour in Canada?
Take Pictures In Brockville's Railway Tunnel
Price: Free (Donations accepted)
Where: 1 King St. W., Brockville
Why You Need To Go: Besides its historic background, Canada's first railway tunnel lights up, making it the perfect photo op to add to your collection. This would totally be a cute date idea.
Hike Up To Rock Dunder
Price: $10 for a day pass
Where: Stanley Lash Lane, Lyndhurst
Why You Need To Go: You can take a walk on three trails, the Cabin Trail, the Morton Bay Loop, and the Summit Loop. If you want to get this nice view on your Insta, take the Summit Loop, it'll be worth it.
Photo Op At Kakabeka Falls
Price: Free entry (Might need to pay for parking)
Where: Box 252, Kakabeka Falls
Why You Need To Go: The perfect place for hiking and biking, whatever you want to do, you can enjoy this beautiful view with family and friends. Make sure to have your camera ready.
Take A Dip At Bath Tub Island
Where: Katherine Cove, Lake Superior Provincial Park
Why You Need To Go: Apparently September might still have summer weather so if that's the case, then this is the perfect chance to put your feet in this naturally heated "bathtub" of water.