Do love to microdose your cannabis? Pack a picnic basket, gas up the vehicle and get ready to explore Ontario’s must-see microdosing adventure destinations.
1. Awenda Provincial Park
Awenda Provincial Park remains a hidden gem amidst the Ontario parklands. The park features six campgrounds, five beaches along the shores of Georgian Bay and many cycling, hiking and walking trails, plus an ancient dune system estimated to be 11,500 years old.
2. Scandinave Spa
Toronto has some pretty excellent spa options, but if you want to get away from the city and relax, Scandinave Spa near Blue Mountain is the ultimate microdose-fueled day trip.
3. Albion Falls
Albion Falls is easily accessible and loaded with fantastic spots to spend an afternoon reading, taking pictures or merely watching the beauty of the falls. Grab a Timmies and go!
4. Niagara Falls
Niagara Falls is verging on predictable, but there are still ways to shake it up—soak up the kitschy Flying Saucer restaurant before hitting the zip line or riding around on the Mario-Kart style track.
5. Cobourg Beach
Cobourg Beach, Ontario is one of the most beautiful waterfronts within an hour and a half of Toronto. It’s no secret, but this destination does tend to fly under the radar compared to other beach getaways. The water is at a prime temperature for swimming from mid-July to late August. The sleepy town of Cobourg is rife with festivals and beach-side attractions from late spring to early autumn. The Cobourg Waterfront Festival is a long-standing tradition over the Canada Day long weekend, and Cobourg Beach is the perfect backdrop for a firework spectacle seen through cannabis-enhanced eyes.
6. Ranney Gorge Suspension Bridge
Located on the outskirts of Campbellford, the Ranney Gorge Suspension Bridge soars 300 feet above a quick rushing section of the Trent River in the Ferris Provincial Park. For stunning views of Northumberland County to feed your soul and sense of adventure, make the time to microdose weed here.
7. Sandbanks Provincial Park
Boasting the world’s largest freshwater sand bar and dune system, Sandbanks Provincial Park in Prince Edward County has sandy beaches, campgrounds and lots of trails to hike, including the 12,000-year-old glacier-carved Dune Trail. Remember the camera!
8. Shaw Festival Theatre
Get a microdose of culture featuring the work of George Bernard Shaw and other playwrights, The Shaw Festival is one of the country’s premier theatre festivals for over 50 years. With multiple theatres, audiences are spoiled for choice, and when the munchies creep up, Niagara-on-the-Lake has the best restaurants in the region.