Historic Eastern Ontario

Canoeing in Algonquin Park As the oldest settled region of the Province, Eastern Ontario is steeped in history. From the

Wilderness Within Your Reach

Setting sun over a land of lakes With some of the largest tracts of boreal forest in North America, Northern

Historic Eastern Ontario

Canoeing in Algonquin Park As the oldest settled region of the Province, Eastern Ontario is steeped in history. From the shores of the St. Lawrence River west along the north shore of Lake Ontario and including most of Algonquin Park, Eastern Ontario has a diversity of attractions and travel experiences to enjoy. There are several major destinations within this region including the beautiful Kawarthas, the wondrous Thousand Islands and of course, the St. Lawrence Seaway. Ontario's LandO'Lakes vacation region is in Eastern Ontario and so is Canada's capital city of Ottawa which is part of what is known as the National Capital Region. Other cities in Eastern Ontario include Cornwall, historic Kingston also known as Canada's "First Capital", Haliburton, the City of Brockville, and Pembroke. Some of the major attractions in Eastern Ontario include the Canadian Museum of Civilization, the Canadian War Museum, Parliament Hill and for art lovers, the National Gallery of Canada all located in Ottawa. Another "must-see"...

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Rainbow

Adventures in Rainbow Country, Ontario, Canada The world is full of spectacular locations, but there is one place you can really have...

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Sunset

Outdoor Travel in Ontario's Sunset Country The lodges in Sunset Country not only offer great fishing and hunting many are also ideal...

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Fishing

Fishing and Hunting in Algoma Country It would be difficult for even a fisherman to exaggerate the angling opportunities in Northern Ontario's...

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Travel Information

Vacations in Ontario, Canada Map Location of Ontario in North America Are you looking for travel information for Ontario, Canada? As a...

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Big City Attractions, Niagara Falls

Visit major cities like Toronto known as “the Big Smoke” and see the famous CN Tower or watch a Blue Jays game at the Skydome. Toronto has an exceptional diversity of cultural attractions and entertainment options and one the top country for student travel and for best spring break destinations. It is Canada’s largest and most multicultural city. The National Capital City of Ottawa is also located in Ontario. The stately Parliament Buildings and the area known as the National Capital Region are big tourist attractions. South of Lake Ontario visits the incredible Niagara Falls (you’ll need a big hat here to keep your head dry) – a wonder of nature everyone should see at least once in their lifetime. Whether you prefer the solitude of the outdoors or the exciting activities in our towns and cities, you’ll find vacation packages, accommodations and outfitters to help you with your planning. Use the links shown above for the three major destination regions in Ontario and get more information for the area you plan to visit.