Have YOU Planned Your Summer Adventure List?
It’s official. Summer is here. Finally. So, the question is: Have you planned your adventure list?! I am definitely working on mine and thought I would share a few of the things I will be doing this summer!
Multicultural Festival in Kitchener’s Victoria Park – June 25 & 26
This free outdoor festival is the perfect chance to experience all of the many cultures in the Kitchener-Waterloo region. There will be so many food vendors (my fav) as well as the International Marketplace which always promises unique finds. Best of all, it’s outdoors. Here is a list of all the weekend’s festivities. #KWMF2016
Toronto Blue Jay’s Game
Nothing says summer like a Jays Game! After all of the crazy excitement of last season, I can’t wait to don my blue t-shirt and cap and head to a game! #GoJaysGo
Hiking ‘The Crack’ in Killarney Provincial Park
This is a trail I have always been meaning to hike. Located in Killarney Provincial Park, just minutes from my cottage on Carlyle Lake, this rustic trail leads to breathtaking scenery of the park. After the hike, I am definitely heading to Herbert Fisheries, in town, for some fish n’ chips and a well-earned drink by the lighthouse on Georgian Bay. Killarney is the park to check out this summer!
Hiking to Hamilton’s Waterfalls
Thanks to the escarpment, there is so much hiking to do in Hamilton and the surrounding area! With all of the stunning waterfalls, the trek is so worth it. Check out all the different waterfalls you can head to here.
I love the water and if you’ve read my previous post you know all about my fancy new kayak! So, I will be heading out all over the place this summer – anywhere with a body of water, really – to do some kayaking! If you are interested in getting your own, like me, check out my post on tips for buying your own kayak without breaking the bank!
Saugeen River Run
This is an annual trip my friends and I partake on for one of my bestie’s birthdays. We pitch our tents, camp out for the weekend at Saugeen Cedars campsite and spend the day floating down the Saugeen River. They have campsites right on the river and the staff will drop you off up the river and provide you with inner tubes. You can then spend the afternoon floating back to your site, sunglasses on, drink in hand. It’s actually the best.
ROM Friday Night Live
The Royal Ontario Museum is such a cool place to begin with but now they have their ROM Friday Night Live events where you can dress according to the night’s theme, listen to live music, have a few drinks and check out the exhibits. Definitely a fun way to spend a Friday night this summer!
With the summer just beginning, there is so much to do. Check back for more adventure ideas!
How are YOU spending your summer?