With the end of summer fast approaching, it's about time that you start planning your final summer adventure! The good news is that you don't have to be stuck in the city to have an unforgettable summer.\nWith so many activities just a short drive away, you don't even have to stay in Canada! Airline tickets are ridiculously expensive these days so why shouldn't you plan a quaint and quiet vacation just a few hours across the border?\nEven if you don't want quaint and quiet, there are plenty of fantastic options for you! From Santa's workshop, to New England villages, to white water rafting, MTLBlog brings you a list of 23 insane spots across the border that you must check out this summer!\nHead To The Ben & Jerry's Factory\nView this post on Instagram Never too late in the year for some Ben and Jerry's☺️☺️ What's your favorite flavor? #yum #enormousicecream #milkandcookies #icecream #benandjerrys #benandjerrysfactory #sweet #chocolate #icecream #delish #sweettooth A post shared by Lili Platt (@east_coast_eatss) on Oct 6, 2016 at 3:58pm PDT\nWhat: See how they make your favourite ice cream, sample new flavours, see the flavour graveyard, and of course, eat some of the best ice creams ever.\nWhere: 1281 Waterbury Stowe Rd Route 100, Waterbury, Vermont\nClick here for more information!\nHike Through The Flume Gorge\nView this post on Instagram Spent part of yesterday at Flume Gorge with my Mom, Dad, Bro, and Sis. Felt great to see a new part of the world with my family. Camera Settings: ISO 200 | 24mm f/22 | 1/5 sec A post shared by Rory (@rorykramer) on Jun 5, 2016 at 4:13am PDT\nWhat: Breathtaking waterfalls, caves, and incredible natural views await you at the Flume Gorge.\nWhere: Route 3, Off I-93 Exit 34A, Lincoln, NH\nClick here for more information!\nSummit The Highest Peak In The Northeastern U.S.\nView this post on Instagram @the_outdoor_veteran marching up the slopes of Mount Washington. A post shared by Eric Merideth (@eric_merideth) on Jun 2, 2019 at 6:52am PDT\nWhat: Mount Washington stands 6,288 meters above sea level, making it the highest peak in the Northeastern U.S. make sure to check weather conditions before climbing!\nWhere: Latitude 44° 16' N, Longitude 71° 18' W\nClick here for more information!\nTake The Cannon Mountain Aerial Tramway\nView this post on Instagram A gorgeous first day of Fall in #franconianotch A post shared by Cannon Mountain (@cannonmountain) on Sep 22, 2017 at 10:10am PDT\nWhat: A 80 person tramcar brings you to the summit of Cannon Mountain, one of the highest mountains in New Hampshire. With walking paths and one of the most scenic views ever, this one is a must.\nWhere: 260 Tramway Drive, Franconia, NH\nClick here for more information!\nVisit Legoland New York\nView this post on Instagram Click the link in our bio for your first look at LEGOLAND in New York. @lego fans big and small will love this new theme park! #timeoutnykids (📷 LEGOLAND New York) A post shared by Time Out New York Kids (@timeoutnykids) on Aug 20, 2018 at 10:15am PDT\nWhat: Everyone has played with Lego at some point in their lives, so why not re-live your childhood and head to Legoland? You know you want to.\nWhere: 6 North Church Street, Goshen, New York\nClick here for more information!\nBike Lake Champlain\nView this post on Instagram Windy and worth it! 🚴🚴🚴 A post shared by Anne Corkery (@cacorkery) on Aug 6, 2018 at 10:02am PDT\nWhat: Discover over 2,500 kilometres of one of the most scenic bike routes in America. Ride through two states and alongside one of the largest lakes in the region.\nWhere: New York and Vermont\nClick here for more information!\nKayak Lake Winnipesaukee\nView this post on Instagram Paddle weather is here! Are u ready?? #kayaks & #paddleboards A post shared by SUPNH Paddleboard Rentals (@supnh_paddleboard) on Jun 1, 2019 at 7:54pm PDT\nWhat: Kayak through one of the most picturesque regions in the Northeastern United States. See everything from covered bridges to colonial castles.\nWhere: Belknap County and Carroll County, New Hampshire\nClick here for more information!\nSee The Stars At The Fairbanks Museum & Planetarium\nView this post on Instagram An afternoon at the remarkable Fairbanks Museum, which houses over 175,000 animal specimens. (It was once a private collection of Victorian curiosities. 😲) Absolutely insane but so cool to see so many bird species up close that I've only seen in books. #fairbanksmuseum #stjohnsburyvt #thingstodoinVT #birding #deadbirdinglikeachamp A post shared by Maria (@maria_faroutcity) on Nov 11, 2018 at 6:06pm PST\nWhat: Check out one of the most well-catalogued and interesting collections of natural history inside a giant Victorian mansion built in 1889.\nWhere: 1302 Main St, St Johnsbury, Vermont\nClick here for more information!\nEat Some Chowder & Fudge In Rockport\nView this post on Instagram A post shared by Richard Haddad (@rick_haddad) on Jun 4, 2019 at 10:25am PDT\nWhat: It's a quintessential seaside New England village. Located away from the hustle and bustle of Cape Cod, Rockport is a perfect relaxing getaway.\nWhere: Cape Ann, Massachusetts\nClick here for more information!\nCatch A Ballgame At Fenway Park\nView this post on Instagram Waiting for you... A post shared by Boston Red Sox (@redsox) on Apr 5, 2019 at 6:28am PDT\nWhat: Take a drive to the closest major American city and see the defending World Series Champions play at one of America's oldest baseball fields.\nWhere: 4 Jersey Street, Boston, MA\nClick here for more information!\nExperience Christmas In July\nView this post on Instagram Its looking like a wonderful weekend to visit Santa's workshop! We hope to see you soon!! #northpoleny #santasworkshop #fall A post shared by Santas Workshop, North Pole,NY (@northpoleny) on Sep 29, 2017 at 9:23am PDT\nWhat: No, you're not hallucinating. This is a real place. It's open all year round so how could you not go?\nWhere: North Pole, New York\nClick here for more information!\nExplore One Of The Largest Art Museums In The World\nView this post on Instagram #tbt to when @teresita.fernandez brought the MASS MoCA universe in balance. Viewed from below the work evoked an amplified glowing cloud; viewed from above the same elements became vast topographical landscapes. The entire work changed in an instant with the shifting of natural light. . Teresita Fernández, Black Sun, 2014 A post shared by MASS MoCA (@massmoca) on Jun 6, 2019 at 12:21pm PDT\nWhat: The Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art (MassMoCA) is a sprawling complex that includes exhibits from some of the biggest contemporary artists in the world. The avant-garde displays make for a lot of fun.\nWhere: 1040 Mass MoCA Way, North Adams, Massachusetts\nClick here for more information!\nFall In Love With Movies At The George Eastman Museum\nView this post on Instagram The beautiful backyard grounds of the Eastman Estate in Rochester, New York. #rebels_united #rebels_scapes #oldhouse #oldhouselove #oldhouses #architecture #oldhousecharm #mansions #mansion #ny #newyorkstate #rochesterny #rochester #ri #architecturephotography #archilovers #nj #newyork_originals #archi_ologie #clouds #rebels_sky #cloud_skye #newyork_world A post shared by James Capone (@cap_one60) on Jun 2, 2019 at 7:36pm PDT\nWhat: The Eastman Museum is one of the oldest and largest film, motion picture, and photography archives in the world.\nWhere: 900 East Ave, Rochester, New York\nClick here for more information!\nLive The Olympic Legacy At Lake Placid\nView this post on Instagram Beautiful things don’t ask for attention... #nature #lakeplacid #ny #travel #wanderlust #explore #beauty #outdoors #summer #mountains #river #newyork #country #happy #mothernature #picoftheday #instagood #landscape A post shared by Aubrey (@tootsietime23) on Jun 6, 2019 at 5:18pm PDT\nWhat: Lake Placid is one of the biggest vacation destinations in New York state. It was also the site of two Winter Olympic Games. In addition to hiking and kayaking, you can take part in some Olympic activities.\nWhere: Lake Placid, New York\nClick here for more information!\nSwim At One Of The Most Beautiful Beaches In New England\nView this post on Instagram The Way Life Should Be 🦞 A post shared by Katie Henwood (@katiehen_) on Jun 6, 2019 at 2:19pm PDT\nWhat: The seaside village of Ogunquit, Maine is a popular summer destination for people from Quebec. Its wide, sandy beach, rocky cliffs, famous casino, and large community of artists make it one of the most beautiful places in New England.\nWhere: Ogunquit, Maine\nClick here for more information!\nTake It Easy In Camden\nView this post on Instagram #thisplaceinmaine #camdenmaine A post shared by This Place in Maine (@thisplaceinmaine) on Jun 3, 2019 at 5:48pm PDT\nWhat: Whether you want to relax on the waterfront, have some awesome food, or go on a long, scenic bike ride — in Camden, everything is possible.\nWhere: Camden, Maine\nClick here for more information!\nSee The Baseball Hall Of Fame\nView this post on Instagram He’s throwing GAS 👀🔥 A post shared by Halie Hawkins (@haliehawk29) on Jun 5, 2019 at 10:23am PDT\nWhat: Legend has it that the first game of baseball was played in Cooperstown, New York. In addition to its famous museum, Cooperstown, on the shore of Lake Otsego, is full of charming attractions.\nWhere: Cooperstown, New York\nClick here for more information!\nGo Tubing In Ausable Chasm\nView this post on Instagram I met an awesome photographer who caught me contemplating my actions on an unauthorized section of the Ausable Chasm trail (peep the nail biting). @orgnoi1 was cool enough not to 🐀 me out + send me this stellar photo! . . . . #ausablechasm #roadtrip #hiking #adirondacks #girlswhohike #beautifuldestinations #upstatenewyork #exploreamerica #explore #getoutside #landscape #nature #naturelovers #camping #canyon #keepitwild #naturephotography #postthepeople #nationalpark #meetnewpeople A post shared by Maria Evans (@marialuciaevans) on May 23, 2019 at 8:54am PDT\nWhat: "The Grand Canyon of the Adirondacks" is the place to be if you love whitewater adventures through mountain passes.\nWhere: 2144 Route 9, Ausable Chasm, New York\nClick here for more information!\nGo Boating At Lake George\nView this post on Instagram Always great to visit #lakegeorge 😎#adk #dackie #lakegeorgeny #adirondacks • • • #photos_for_sale #tourist #adirondackmountains #adklife #ispyny #upstateny #vacation #memories #roadtrip #lake #canonphoto #visitlakegeorge #travel #exploretocreate #travelphotography #lakelife #travelphotography #boating #swimming #docklife A post shared by Elizabeth Klassen Photography (@elizabethklassenphotography) on Jun 2, 2019 at 5:30pm PDT\nWhat: It's the quintessential laid-back summer trip. So what if you went there with your family? Go again as an adult!\nWhere: Lake George, New York\nClick here for more information!\nVisit The Thousand Islands\nView this post on Instagram Just a few of the Thousand Islands, accessible only by 🚤⛵️🛥🛶 A post shared by @ newyorkmakers on Jun 2, 2019 at 5:40pm PDT\nWhat: A collection of islands and landmarks located all through upstate New York and parts of Ontario.\nWhere: 43373 Collins Landing, Alexandria Bay, New York\nClick here for more information!\nDo Go Chasing Waterfalls At Watkins Glen State Park\nView this post on Instagram Went off grid this weekend and disconnected from social media. When’s the last time you did that? I hiked through Gorges up in the Finger Lakes with @kendraventures. Made s’mores under the stars, took photographs of dozens of waterfalls and camped on a Mushroom Farm! Extremely rejuvenated from the weekend and can’t wait to plan the next adventure. . #SonyAlpha a7Riii + FE 12-24 f/4 G #BHPhoto #AlphaCollective #BeAlpha #SonyImages #WatkinsGlenStatePark A post shared by MICHAEL HOLLENDER (@mrhollender) on May 28, 2019 at 11:47am PDT\nWhat: See 19 waterfalls along a scenic route full of 200-foot cliffs and many gorges. You can also camp!\nWhere: 1009 North Franklin St., Watkins Glen, New York\nClick here for more information!\nHappy American travels!