Last Updated On 2 June 2023, 10:36 AM EDT (Toronto Time)
The long awaited summer is finally here, the province of Ontario is home to many historic, cultural and most scenic places.
Here are top 5 unique summer activities in Ontario that most of the people don’t know.
Enjoy Rail Ride in Agawa Canyon
Visitors can enjoy a daylong Agawa Canyon train tour located near Sault Ste. Marie.
The train departs from the Sault Ste, exhibiting scenic views including granite towers, beautiful valleys, rainbow passing waterfalls and more.
Moreover, the train stops for 90 mins for you to explore the canyon.
Sightseers can also climb 372 steps to check out the Instagram-worthy Lookout Trail that gives a high-up view of Agawa Canyon.
Visit the Oldest Rail Tunnel in Canada
The Brockville Rail Tunnel is located in the city of Brockville, Ontario. It was the first rail tunnel completed in Canada and opened in 1860.
A unique aspect of this place is the modern light and sound installation that show visitors how it looked in the olden days.
Moreover, Brockville has other activities to try, such as scuba diving, underwater sculpture museum or driving to Loyalist Parkway.
Rare Book Library of Thomas Fisher
Located in the city of Toronto, it holds about 700,000 volumes and 3,500 manuscripts that are nowhere else in the world.
In addition, the library has a collection of unique books and works as old as the 18th century.
It is known for being one of the most interesting libraries in Canada.
Explore the North Beach Provincial Park to taste the Caribbeans in Ontario
The North Beach Provincial Park is located in Prince Edward County, Ontario.
It has white sand beaches with teal blue water, which is why it is known as one of the best beaches in Ontario.
In addition another famous attraction is Sandbank Provincial Park within Prince Edward County, just southwest of North Beach.
The park has facilities, including concession stands for those who did not bring their food and bathroom facilities.
Point Pelee National Park, Southernmost Point of Canada
Point Pelee is at the bottom of Ontario, with a long stretch of sand within Point Pelee National Park.
A unique aspect of this place is the plant species that are found nowhere else in Canada.
In addition, it is home to the world’s monarch butterflies and bird migrations, making it one of the best visits during spring.