These road trip destinations may be reached from Toronto in a single day, or you can choose to spend the night at one of them. Remember that all of the distances and hours showed are for a single direction while you are making your plans on the 10 most beautiful road trips starting from Toronto.

 #1. Hamilton’s Chase Waterfalls

Hamilton's Chase Waterfalls

The Devil’s Punchbowl is a 37-meter-high waterfall in the middle of a canyon. Tew’s falls, Hamilton’s highest at 135 ft, is nearby.You can view a couple of waterfalls in a day from Toronto to Hamilton (assuming no traffic). You may stay overnight in Hamilton to see more. Aside from nature, Hamilton features a vibrant art, music, and craft beer culture.

 

 #2. Blue Mountain Outdoor Recreation

Blue Mountain Outdoor Recreation

Blue Mountain offers outdoor pleasure year-round. Snowboarding and downhill skiing are popular winter activities in Ontario. In the summer, you can golf, bike, and hike.

Collingwood is one of Ontario’s most lovely little towns. It has my favourite spa in Ontario, Scandinave. There are hot tubs, cold pools, steam rooms, saunas, and relaxation places both inside and outside.

 

 #3. Lavender-picking in Milton

Lavender-picking in Milton

Between Milton and Guelph, Terre Blue has recently become an Instagram hotspot. Summer is the best time to see 10 most beautiful road trips starting from Toronto Lavender Fields. End your excursion with lavender ice cream to beat the heat.

 

#4. Climbing at Rattlesnake Point

Climbing at Rattlesnake Point

Rattlesnake Point in Halton is a beautiful hiking spot near Toronto.This location near the Niagara Escarpment features 13km of paths to explore. It has three certified rock-climbing spots, making it one of the province’s most incredible places. If you don’t want to leave nature, you may camp here and enjoy the fantastic astronomy.

 

 #5. Tubing in Elora Gorge

Tubing in Elora Gorge

Elora is a great day excursion from Toronto. It features hiking paths and a tubing river. You may hire tubes and float down the river, enjoying the gorge’s natural splendour. It’s also home to the swimming-hole-turned-Elora-Quarry. Summer is busy, so arrive early to avoid crowds. Visit the town’s cafés, art galleries, and unique boutiques afterwards on 10 most beautiful road trips starting from Toronto.

 

 #6. Badlands of Caledon

Badlands of Caledon

Caledon is a one-of-a-kind getaway location that is located near Toronto. This undiscovered gem is home to the Cheltenham Badlands, the Belfountain Conservation Area, and a farmers’ market.

 

 #7. Admire Niagara Falls

Admire Niagara Falls

It’s a lot of fun to take some friends on vacation to Niagara Falls by car. You can see Niagara Falls whether you’re in the United States or Canada. Because you can see all three waterfalls from the Canadian side, it has a more attractive setting (Horseshoe, Bridal Veil, and American Falls). Take a journey to New York by car if you have the time.Enjoyable activities may be had outside at Niagara Falls. You may cruise behind the falls, ride an open-top jet boat, fly a helicopter over the falls for spectacular views, or go ziplining above them.

 

 #8. Bike Niagara-on-the-vineyards lake’s

Bike Niagara-on-the-vineyards lake's

The Niagara Parkway serves as a connection between the two cities. The Niagara escarpment transforms into vineyards around Niagara Lake as you walk away from the falls. You can combine the two journeys into one, or you might go to Niagara-on-the-Lake from Toronto. If you wish to taste the wines without driving, it is highly advised that you book at least one night’s stay. You may take a day trip from Niagara Falls to visit Niagara on the Lake, home to several quaint beds and breakfasts.

 

 #9. Algonquin Park

Algonquin Park

The distance from Toronto to Algonquin Provincial Park is merely a couple of hours. Over 3,080 square miles of the Canadian Shield are included in Algonquin Park, and it has rivers, dense forests, islands, exceptional wildlife, and over 2,400 lakes. There is an abundance of species in Algonquin Provincial Park.

Black bears, deer, moose, bald eagles, beavers, and birds may be spotted. Canoe routes in Algonquin Park span almost 990 kilometers and take paddlers across the park’s lakes, rivers, and portage trails. Portaging adventures in the wilderness of Algonquin National Park allow tourists to view sights that are not accessible by road. From Toronto, go north on Highway 60 until you reach Algonquin Park. During the scenic drive, there are several opportunities to see wild animals.

 

#10. Park Kawartha Highlands

Park Kawartha Highlands

Kawartha Highlands Provincial Park is an excellent alternative to Algonquin for Ontario kayaking. It’s the second-largest park in Southern Ontario after Algonquin, featuring miles of kayaking and biking paths.