The Best Drives in Toronto, ON by insurancehunter


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									                               The Best Drives in Toronto, ON

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These days’ driving is more of a stressful task than a stress reliever. With people
concerned about gas prices, fuel economy, traffic, and cars that have the best gas
mileage, taking a family drive has fallen down the list of things to do with the family
on the weekend.

As a result, the family Sunday drive has become a thing of the past for many. In the
past, mom and dad would pack the kids into the car and go for a drive to take a look
at the local sights. It was something to look forward to and a great way to get out of
the house and enjoy your afternoon.

While things have changed greatly across Ontario over the past few decades, there
are still many great sites and routes in Toronto and the GTA that offer scenic drives
that the whole family can enjoy.

Whether you are looking for a great park, a beach or simply just want to go for a ride
in the car, these are some of the best drives in Toronto. Pick a day and take one of
these routes:

      Oakville Lakeshore: With great shopping and fine dining along the lakeshore, driving
       along the water in Oakville is a nice drive that gives you the feeling that you are in a
       small town.
      The Gardiner Express Way at Night: If you wait until the traffic dies down on a
       weeknight, driving the Gardiner Expressway at night gives you a beautiful view of the
       city, especially if you are driving east into the city.
      Niagara on the Lake: If you want to venture outside of the city a bit consider taking the
       QEW and heading to Niagara on the Lake. A beautiful town, with lots of wineries and
       nature, there is no shortage of things to see in this area.
      Port Credit: Driving along Port Credit and along the lakeshore in Mississauga is a nice
       drive that is not too far out of the city.
      The Harbour front: Take a drive along Queens Quay and see what the harbour front has
       to offer. With lots of places to stop for food or for entertainment, there is no shortage
       of things to do, especially in the summer when festivals are being held.
      Polson Pier: Why not kill two birds with one stone and treat your family for a drive and
       to a night at the movies. The Polson Pier is an entertainment complex that offers a
       number of golfing attractions and features North America’s largest drive-in movie
      Take a tour: If you don’t want to do the driving yourself, there are many different city
       bus tours that you can enjoy with the whole family. See all that Toronto has to offer
       from downtown attractions, the harbour front and even Toronto Island all in one.

Next time you are looking for something to do to pass the time, consider taking a
drive to any one of these locations. It is a great way to experience something new
and even catch up on old news with your friends and family.

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