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7 Things To Do In Ontario If You Want To Live In Your Swimsuit All Summer

Are you ready to live like a mermaid this summer? If you want to spend every moment on the water, we have extraordinary things to do in Ontario that you'll want to try.

Swimsuit season is never long enough, so it is essential to make the most of it. From floating on lazy rivers to thrilling water slides, we have all the activities you need to try before the leaves begin changing colours.

Race Down Water Slides

Price: $49.99 per person

When: Until Monday, September 6

Address: 2015 Calypso St., Limoges, ON

Why You Need To Go: You can spend the entire day at Calypso Theme Waterpark trying all 35 waterslides, the two lazy rivers, and all the other attractions.


Visit A Beach With A Giant Sand Dune

Price: $10.84 per vehicle

Address: 3004 County Rd. 12, Picton, ON

Why You Need To Go: It is no surprise Sandbanks Provincial Park is so popular. While here, you'll want to try climbing to the top of the world's largest baymouth barrier dune and then go swimming at the nearby beach.


Relax At A Swimming Hole

Price: $10.50 per person (parking $15.00 for four hours)

When: Until Monday, September 6

Address: 319 Wellington County Rd. 18, Elora, ON

Why You Need To Go: For a fun spot to beat the heat, you can go swimming at Elora Quarry, a stunning limestone quarry with turquoise water.


Bounce At A Inflatable Playground

Price: $20.00 per person

When: From July 2

Address: 55 Lakeshore Dr., Barrie, ON

Why You Need To Go: You'll feel like a kid as you swing across the monkey bars and jump on the trampoline at Splash ON Water Parks.


Feel Like You Are In The Caribbean

Price: Free parking

Address: 237 Little Cove Rd., Tobermory, ON

Why You Need To Go: If you are dreaming about a tropical vacation, head to Little Cove Beach. Here you can go for a swim in the crystal-clear aqua water.


Float Down A 13-km Lazy River

Price: $35 per person

When: Until Sunday, September 19

Address: Paris, ON (exact meetup location sent after making your reservation)

Why You Need To Go: For a relaxing afternoon, you can float along the Grand River between Paris and Brant Park. The entire adventure takes up to five hours.


Discover "The Daytona Of The North" 

Price: $3 parking per hour

Address: Sauble Beach, ON

Why You Need To Go: At Sauble Beach, there is a jaw-dropping stretch of over 11-kilometres of beachfront. It is the perfect spot to spend the day splashing in the waves and relaxing on the sand.


Before you get going, check our Responsible Travel Guide so you can be informed, be safe, be smart, and most of all, be respectful on your adventure.

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