Spring has officially begun, and the warm weather is slowly creeping up on us! With the blooming of new flowers and the chirping of little birds, the best way to spend the spring season is outdoors! The city of Sudbury, Ontario is filled with multiple places for outdoor adventures, so if you are interested in travelling to Sudbury, here are the top 3 ways to celebrate the spring weather in Sudbury.
Go For A Hike In Lake Laurentian Conservation Area
Lake Laurentian Conservation Area is just a 10-minute drive from downtown Sudbury. This conservation area is teeming with all kinds of nature including trees, frogs, birds, fish, and of course the beautiful lake! Going for a hike in Lake Laurentian Conservation Area is a perfect way to spend some time with nature in the welcoming spring weather. To make your experience even better, bring a camera along, so you can document all the types of life you encounter. If you want to celebrate the spring weather in Sudbury, the best way is to take a hike in Lake Laurentian Conservation Area.
Have A Picnic In Bell Park
Bell Park is known for its beach, picnic seating, and children’s playground. Packing a picnic and spending a day with your family on the beach at Bell Park is a wonderful way to be with your family while taking in the natural surroundings! To make your picnic more family oriented, get everyone involved with packing the picnic basket. Each of you could add your favourite foods, or you can even take this time to try new and exciting meals! Whichever way you decide to have your picnic, your body and your brain will benefit from breathing in the fresh air.
Travel To Sudbury’s Various Monuments
If you are a history nerd, this trip is made for you! Sudbury is home to multiple landmarks that have rich histories. The Big Nickel, the Northern Ontario Railroad Museum and Heritage Centre are just a couple of Sudbury’s famous monuments. When travelling to these locations, you can take the time to learn about the presence of these historical areas to gain a deeper understanding of the Sudbury area. If you decide to go, don’t forget to take a selfie with the Big Nickel, or various railcars and engines that are on display. Travelling to historical places is always best when the weather is nice, so why not go when spring arrives?
Are you thinking of travelling to Sudbury to celebrate the beautiful spring weather? The Quality Inn Sudbury is the best place for you to stay the night after your day filled with exciting activities! To book your stay, call us at (705) 675-1273.