Fun Boating Adventures in Toronto

Fun Boating Adventures in Toronto, ON

If you’re hoping to get the most out of the remainder of this warm summer weather, have you considered heading out on the water? The Toronto Harbour is a great place to kick back and relax on a boat or a variety of other watercraft.

Know the rules

Before getting out on the water, it’s best to acclimate yourself with the harbour’s guidelines. This will keep you and others safe. Not only that, but you may learn something about boating that you never knew before.

Be prepared

There’s no harm in being overly prepared when you’re heading out on the water. Some things you might want to bring with you include a compass, a paddle (in case the engine fails), a watertight flashlight, navigation lights, a sound signaling device, and personal flotation devices for all on board.

What to do?

Of course, you can rent a boat, jet skis, canoes, kayaks, paddleboards, and more if you want to have some fun. But if you want to take some of the responsibility out of your adventures on the water, consider taking a dining cruise that offers brunch or take a ferry to Toronto Islands for amusement park fun and shopping.

Our team at INFINITI Downtown loves being so close to the water! Let us know how you plan on enjoying the warm weather the next time you visit us.

Great Hidden Gems in Downtown Toronto

Casa Loma” by Larry Koester is licensed under CC BY 2.0.

If you’re hoping to make the most out of your visit to downtown Toronto, consider stopping by one of these hidden gems that our team wanted to share.

Little Canada

For those who love all things miniature, a visit to Little Canada is a must. This unique attraction is located across from Yonge-Dundas Square and showcases a variety of Canadian landmarks. Be on the lookout for popular locations from films like “The Shawshank Redemption” and “The Shining” in the display.

SkullStore Oddity Shop

The faint of heart may not want to stop by SkullStore Oddity Shop, where you’ll find hundreds of macabre items like skulls, mummy hands, and more. Along with legally selling human remains, this store also has a menagerie of exotic animal remains.

Casa Loma

It might sound odd that a 98-room castle exists in the middle of Toronto, but that’s exactly what Casa Loma is. Once home to a Canadian soldier who founded the Toronto Electric Light Company, this unique and exquisite building became a museum and has a fascinating history.

Did you already know about these fun places to visit in Toronto? We hope you’ll let us know about your adventuring the next time to you see us at INFINITI Downtown.