Ontario’s Top 5 Best Road Trip Destinations for the Summer
Its that time of year again. Summer is approaching. Families are planning vacations, students are finishing up school and getting ready to enjoy the summer. One main ingredient to having an awesome summer is a road trip. If you have no idea where to take a road trip to, don’t worry! Were going to fill you in on Ontarios top 5 road trip destinations for the summer months.
Belfountain Conservation Area
Located in the Credit Valley Conservation the Belfountain Conservation Area is a green space consisting of beautiful waterfalls, caves, flower gardens and even the more exciting suspension bridge and much more. All of the natural habitat and wildlife in one location makes for a great nature walk and day out with the family.
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Elora Quarry is a little piece of paradise that’s only an hour and fifteen minute drive from Mississauga, Ontario. The Elora Quarry consists of stunning 40 foot high limestone cliffs.
The Elora Quarry has been a conservation area since 1976. This swimming hole is surrounded by lush green forests and sandy beaches making it a hotspot for locals and tourists to get some sun and relax.
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About a 3 hour drive from Toronto, Sauble Beach makes for a great day or weekend getaway family and friends. Sauble Beach features white sands, shopping, recreational attractions and of course delicious restaurants. The Sauble Beach are
a has attractions all year round as well. In the winter you can take part in cross-country skiing as well as snowshoeing. Or go enjoy some of the local festivals.
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The Blue Mountains is home to an award winning ski resort. A 2 hour drive from Toronto, a visit to the Blue Mountains is well worth it. Filled with plenty of things to do year round this town is always hopping. Great for skiing and snowboarding in the winter. The Blue Mountain Resort is also home to Ontario’s biggest gravity focused bike park that is great in the summer. The Ontario downhill cup is hosted here every year. You don’t have to be a mountain biker to enjoy the Blue Mountains in the summer however as there is plenty of other recreational activities to do with friends and family. Some of these activities include the Scenic Caves tour, Zip lining, Hiking many of the trails surrounding the Blue Mountains, bungee jumping and much much more.
To learn more about all the fun there is at the Blue Mountains or
to check the conditions reports on the slopes or trails please click here.
Windsor Essex County is a 4 hour drive from Toronto and is home to some of the provinces best wineries as well as Canadas southernmost point at Point Pelee National Park. Windsor Essex County makes for a great weekend getaway as it has many beautiful beaches all within a 45 minute drive of one another. Just make sure to grab some fresh Perch at Birdie’s Perch when you finally decide to head out of Leamington and onto the next beach, you wont be disappointed.