5 Summer Outdoor Activities to Do in Toronto

Summer is finally here in Toronto! People are getting ready for the summer holidays, the weather’s nice, and as we approach phase 1 where things are slowly opening up again. Even though we’ll still be wearing masks and social distancing, there’s no time than right now to make this year the best summer yet!

Here are 5 awesome outdoor activities you should definitely try before the end of this summer!
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At Treetop Trekking, you can experience the great outdoors while exploring the forest with one of the many adventure activities which they offer such as ziplining, aerial game trek, GPS rally, night trek, and more. And one of the best places to do it is Bruce’s Mill Conservation Area in Stouffville, located just north of Markham. Take yourself on an exciting and unforgettable summer adventure this summer at Treetop Trekking! Treetop Trekking is available from April 2nd – November 15th.
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Located at 7625 Finch Ave W, Brampton, Indian Line is the closest campground to downtown Toronto. Enjoy a thrilling Toronto getaway by the lakeside, Indian Line features free wifi, swimming pools, campground store, children’s play area, and more. Choose your own way to camp, as Indian Line Campground offers easy access to tents, trailers, and even RVs. If you love camping, then Indian Line is the perfect spot for a great urban camping adventure!
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Experience an exhilarating mountain biking adventure at one of Toronto’s top mountain biking destinations located on the northwest side of Toronto. Albion Hills Conservation Park is known for its close proximity to the city, and its well-rounded variety of tracks and amenities. Here you’ll find something for everyone with its well-flown courses consisting of bridges, steep climbs, twisty track, open fields, and a scenic cliff view. If you want to work up a sweat this summer, this is the place to be!
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Just minutes away from Downtown Toronto, you can escape from the busy city life to one of Toronto’s largest natural habitats, Tommy Thompson Park. Located on the Toronto Waterfront, this man-made peninsula stretches over five kilometers into Lake Ontario and is over 500 hectares in size. Here you will find a variety of wildlife, mainly birds, with over 316 species of birds, and at least 55 breeding species; making this one of the best bird-watching areas in the GTA.
Located near Caledon, Ontario, you will find a pleasant nature trail that stretches 12.4 kilometers in length, perfect for a nice casual hike. Embrace yourself in nature with the serene landscape of Glen Haffy Loop trail. You can choose the difficulty of the hikes by embarking on one of the three suggested hiking trails provided by Glen Haffy. This park also features other outdoor activities such as birdwatching, fishing, biking, picnics, and more. This is your one-stop shop to get your fix of outdoor activities all in one place!
That’s it for our list of 5 summer outdoor activities to do in Toronto. There are many other things you can do over the summer, but while we are still transitioning into indoor normalcy, there’s nothing better than going outside and exploring the rest of Ontario! What’s most important is that you have a good time doing them while creating great memories along the way. You spend most days of the year working, so be sure to take advantage of your days off and have a safe summer!

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