Summer Fun Guide is an online and print directory of events, attractions, hotels, resorts, and activities in Ontario.
Take in Toronto on one of their beaches!
A variety of beautiful gardens, including the Kitchen and Herb Garden, the Teaching Garden, and the Terraced Garden. Free and open daily dawn–dusk.
After extensive flooding closed the farm for the 2017 season, Far Enough Farm is open in 2018.
Join us for free Outdoor Movie Screenings This Summer!
Toronto Botanical Garden hosts a variety of themed camps that feature programs ranging from nature art to wild animal study to garden-to-table learning and even a camp based on nature-themed storybooks. Campers ages 3–4 must attend with caregiver.
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Home to some of the last remaining working farms in the GTA, Toronto’s only campground, one of the region’s largest marshes, unspoiled beaches, hiking trails, and some of Canada's oldest known Indigenous sites.
A free summer day-camp program designed for youth by youth.
Arranges greetings for people who are undergoing lifestyle changes.
This gallery at Harbourfront is always free and features new exhibitions every few months, plus free Power Kids workshops with activities based on current exhibitions and March break and summer camps.
Toronto's farm in the city. Kids can get up close to cows, sheep, and more; plus chat with farmers and explore 7.5 acres of woods, ponds, and gardens.
Enjoy the sun on Toronto's beaches!
A great way to cool down in summer or stay active year-round is to lace up your skates and hit the ice indoors! Centennial Recreation Centre offers a variety of drop-in leisure skate times at its indoor rink, for free. Bring the family and improve your skating skills. Free; Mon., Fri. and Sat. skating hours—check the schedule for times.
Write a letter with a quill, seal it with wax.
Houses a permanent collection of exotic plants. It also hosts seasonal flower shows, including the Summer Show’s annuals, the Fall Chrysanthemum Exhibition, and Christmas Flower Show.
Check out vintage police cars, uniforms, artifacts, and memorabilia at the Toronto Police Museum and Discovery Centre. Offering a blend of new and old policing items and information, the museum also features interactive displays and a gift shop. Visits must be booked ahead of time by calling 416-808-7020 or e-mailing email@example.com. Please call for bookings - 3500 square feet. By donation; open weekdays 8:30 am–4 pm.
Enjoy one of Toronto's lakeside parks and beaches!
Toronto's Intercounty Baseball League (IBL) team plays home games at Christie Pits Park. Admission is free.
Mosaic storytelling festival for family audiences.
This beach is by the changing rooms and lockers, near the pier. There's a fast food outlet nearby, lockers, bike rental, beautiful gardens, picnic areas, and plenty of room to sunbathe.