Sometimes simplicity is more effective than extravagance when it comes to dating. Such is surely the case for most lazy couples - to them, bars, clubs and other adult playgrounds take a lot of effort and can be overwhelming at times. If they had a choice, most would probably prefer to just stay home with their good ol' friend Netflix and just chill.

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But being a lazy couple doesn't mean you have to stay home to have a good time. If you're the type of couple who prefers to do things that don't require so much energy, then you'll definitely appreciate these 8 date ideas for lazy couples in Ontario:

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Lazy river tubing

Saugeen Springs | Hanover

Saugeen Springs is a privately-owned R.V. Park through which the Saugeen River flows. The river, which has a gentle current, offers the perfect conditions for lazy river tubing. Tube and life jacket rentals are only $25 for the day, and river runs can last anywhere from 45 minutes to 2 hours.

Private island getaway

Deepwater Island | Sans Souci

Deepwater Island is a self-service private island that consists of a beautiful, cozy cottage intended for couples. Guests can stay for up to seven days, enjoying the modern amenities and picturesque scenes.

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Hot springs and spa 

Millcroft Inn and Spa | Caledon

The Millcroft Inn and Spa is an award-winning resort in Caledon. For $70 per person, guests can spend a day exploring the spa's facilities, which include 2 outdoor hot springs, a polar plunge pool, whirlpools, an indoor steam room, a cedar sauna, a fitness facility and a spa café.

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Salt cave

Salt Cave Solana | Oakville

Salt Cave Solana is a therapeutic room made of fine, pink Himalayan crystal salts that are known to impart healing properties. Guests relax in the cave and inhale valuable trace elements like iodine, magnesium and potassium to relieve congested airways, coughs, and other conditions.

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Treehouse retreat

Treehouse Retreat | Durham

The Treehouse Retreat is a gorgeous rental hidden away in a forest. It's probably the coolest treehouse in existence, complete with beautiful designs an finishings, a guest cabin, a hammock and a slide that descends from the treehouse's elevated deck to the ground below.

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Drive-in movie

5 Drive-In | Oakville

5 Drive-In is a community drive-in theatre that plays new releases on a screen that's roughly the size of an IMAX screen. The venue comes complete with spacious parking, a snack bar, an even a volleyball field.

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Beach day 

Grand Bend Beach | Lambton Shores

Grand Bend Beach is the closest thing you'll get to Miami in Canada. It is one of only 26 beaches in the country to have received Blue Flag status for its commitment to strict water quality and safety. White sands, crystal clear waters and a vibrant boardwalk community makes it a perfect destination for a relaxing getaway.

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Private yacht

Making Waves Boatel | Toronto

The Making Waves Boatel is a unique floating accommodation in downtown Toronto that sits in perfect view of the CN Tower. Guests will enjoy gourmet meals, luxurious onboard amenities and close proximity to key sites in the city (if you and your partner decide to snap out of your laziness).