Ontario's vibrant multiculturalism and varied landscapes make this a great place to live and to visit. Ontario’s more than 250,000 lakes contain about one-fifth of the world's fresh water. The season May sandwiched between negative temperatures and crowds is a best time to visit. In May, there are a few festivals across Canada that is worth building your itinerary around, The Canadian Tulip Festival, The Annapolis Valley Apple Blossom Festival, The Stratford Festival, The Shaw Festival, theatre from April to November in Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario. In August Canadian summers tend to be hot and dry on the prairies, humid in the central provinces, and milder on the coasts. It stays cooler the farther north you go, but you’ll find the majority of Canada's most popular destinations in the southern part of the country. Ontario, with its position between Hudson Bay and the Great Lakes, often logs the country’s highest humidity readings. It makes perfect sense that Canada, with its wide array of outdoor activities such as hiking, boating, camping, and fishing, attracts plenty of tourists in the summer. September is the last official month of the summer, where the warm weather slowly fades and the fall breeze calls for sweaters and scarves. Don’t miss out on some fun outdoor events, parties, active events and unique ways to spice up your month that you can participate in with loved ones, friends or on your own to mark the end of the summer. Traditional events include agriculture competitions, Toronto International Film Festival, demolition derbies, live music and performances or the carnival rides and games. Pumpkin Mania, coloured leaves, crisp air and pumpkins everywhere! Visit Rounds Ranch to get in the spirit of fall during our Pumpkin Mania Festival! Enjoy wagon rides, goofy pumpkin-themed games, corn mazes, farm animals and Western Playground!.