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Ontario is full of epic adventures and hidden gems and if you're someone who loves to explore, you may have already checked a number of these activities off of your fun to-do list.

From climbing ancient mountains and navigating underground caves to relaxing at a boozy spa and sipping through wine country, here are 13 things to do in Ontario that you should add to your bucket list.

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Spooky season will be here before we know it and there is a haunted attraction in Ontario that brings nightmares to life.

Grimm Grounds Halloween Attraction is a massive horror maze in the town of Tiny and this year it is bigger than ever with new props, creepy corners, costumes and monsters.

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You can get lost in golden blooms at many sunflower fields across Ontario, but this is the only one with a giant rubber duck.

Sunrise Sunflower Farms has two dreamy locations in Hamilton and Newmarket, but their Hamilton field is bigger and is home to the colossal 12-metre (or 39 foot) tall ducky. The Newmarket farm has two 6-metre tall ducks you can still take silly selfies with.

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You can walk through blooming sunflower fields and pick your own yellow bouquet this summer in Ontario. With over 40 unique types of sunflowers, you'll be able to spot some interesting floral colours (and there are even some black and white ones too).

This August, the Fieldstone Barn in Elora is hosting their sunflower festival, and there are even more activities to check out this year. They still have their photo backdrops along with picnics and concerts, and for the first time ever, there is a pick-your-own flower garden.

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If you're looking for a fun summer adventure on the water, there are half-day kayaking trips so full of wonder you won't believe you're paddling in Ontario.

Thousand Islands Gananoque is a picturesque destination where you can catch views of over 1,800 islands from all different kinds of vantage points, but the guided kayak tours with 1000 Islands Kayaking will lead to some hidden areas amongst the islands that you might miss otherwise.

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