The warming sun feels good. Spring is in the air. Life returns to the forest, a renewal forecasting that which is inevitable – a return to summer. As the snow melts and lake ice begins to soften, there is an optimism that is prevalent. As the temperatures increase so does the level of activity in local communities. The seasonal shops and attractions begin to prepare for busy days ahead. Don’t miss out on activities unique to spring like area sugarbush tours where you’ll have a chance to sample maple syrup. By mid-May, area golf courses are opening, providing you with yet another opportunity to break 80!
Dramatic increases in average temperature from March through June see average monthly high temperatures rise from 2.3c in March to 10.3c in April, 18.1c in May and 22.4c in June result in a rapid hastening towards summer.
Activities All Year:
Whatever time of year you visit Ontario’s spectacular cottage country, you’ll have an infinite list of available experiences to satisfy the adventurer in you. Whether it’s a simple hike in the forest or fishing from the shoreline, you’ll enjoy the fresh air and the vistas as they change from season to season. Take your camera, enjoy the outdoors and take part in the may stress-reducing activities cottage country has to offer.
If dining out, shopping for local crafts or attending some of the many and varied local events and attractions is your preference, you’ll have plenty from which to choose. Award winning restaurants, artisans producing one of a kind works of art and community events are found throughout the Muskoka, Parry Sound, Georgian Bay, Haliburton and Kawartha Lakes regions offering something to satisfy every interest.