Ontario Featured Destinations

Discover Ontario’s leading travel destinations.  Your playground for day trips and getaways in central and northern Ontario, offering scenic trails, sparkling waters and the finest attractions, resorts and cottages.  Explore in every season and find the perfect vacation spot to experience your next adventure.

On boat, bike or car choose from a number of tours that will delight your senses all year long from when the sap runs to when the fall colours peak.  Take in some of Ontario’s largest and most unique festivals and experience Ontario’s vibrant arts and culture scene north of Toronto.

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Summer in the Algonquin Highalnds

Algonquin Highlands Trails

Where Adventure Awaits!

  • Haliburton Highlands Water Trails – Frost Centre and Poker Lakes
  • Backcountry Camping, Canoeing and Kayaking
  • 38kms of Hiking Trails, Hundreds of kms of ATV trails
  • Canoe rentals
  • Excellent fishing for Trout, Bass and Whitefish
  • Dorset Scenic Lookout Tower – Best view of Fall colors in the highlands!
  • Ontario’s only full size historic Log chute

Backcountry waterfront campsites $12 per night/adult. 
Brand new super lightweight Swift Kevlar Canoes from $38 per day.

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Address:

20130 Hwy 35
12km south of the Town of Dorset
Algonquin Highlands, ON  K0M 1J1

Telephone:

(705) 766-9033

www.algonquinhighlands.ca

trails@algonquinhighlands.ca

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Blue Mountain Village Mill Pond Fun

There is ALWAYS something to do at BLUE!

The Blue Mountain Village is located in the Town of the Blue Mountains, nestled between the charming communities of Collingwood and Thornbury, at the foot of Ontario’s largest mountain resort, Blue Mountain.  The Village offers a vibrant social and cultural scene combining unique attractions, dining and shopping experiences. There is ALWAYS something to do at BLUE including five hotels, over 50 unique shops and restaurants, year round award winning Festivals and Events plus Activity Central to book your hiking, biking, caving, climbing, spa, Apple Pie Trail adventures and more!

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Haliburton Highlands Tourism Destination

The Haliburton Highlands include a unique topography of rolling hills, rock cuts, crystal clear waterways and exceptional woodlands.  You will not want to miss all of the excitement of amazing outdoor adventures, arts & culture experiences and spectacular delights for foodies.  Located a short 2 ½ drive north of the GTA, we invite you to discover the natural beauty of the Haliburton Highlands.  Visit myhaliburtonhighlands.com or follow us on Facebook (/Haliburton.Highlands) and Twitter @VisitHaliburton.  Search #MyHaliburtonHighlands for more!

Hike Haliburton Festival
Take part in Canada’s largest hiking festival. September 18-22, 2019 Learn more

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Discover Muskoka

Muskoka Tourism provides up-to-the-minute tourism information for travellers looking for cottage rentals, camping, B&Bs, resorts or other types of accommodation. Visitors have access to the latest information about recreational activities including golf, boating, fishing, canoeing and many other outdoor activities. The list of fun family things to do is endless: hiking and biking along Muskoka’s nature trails, snowmobiling and skiing or just taking in some shopping, a spa treatment or festival… in Muskoka, you have so much choice.

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Address:

Highway 11 North
(Visitor Centre)
Kilworthy, ON  P0E 1G0

Telephone:

705-689-0660

Toll Free:

1-800-267-9700

www.discovermuskoka.ca

info@muskokatourism.ca

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Ontario's Lake Country summer activities

Orillia & Area’s Four-Season Outdoor Playground!

Just 90 minutes North of Toronto, Ontario’s Lake Country is one of Ontario’s most picturesque regions. With waterbodies such as lakes Simcoe and Couchiching, and the historical Trent Severn waterway, you will find some of the best boating and paddling opportunities in Canada. Coupled with cycling, hiking trails, skiing and adventures such as treetop trekking and horseback riding, the region is the perfect outdoor recreation destination

The region is home to some of the province’s best-known resorts and its welcoming small towns entice visitors with their welcoming restaurants, unique attractions and engaging events and festivals.

Come visit us, in any season.

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Ottawa Valley Tourism

The Ottawa Valley – Ontario’s Adventure Playground

Cradled between the Ottawa River and Algonquin Park, the Ottawa Valley is famous for its stunning outdoors and cultural and heritage riches. Known as Ontario’s Adventure Playground and Whitewater Capital of Canada, the area is surrounded by woodlands, over 900 pristine lakes, four major river systems and dozens of other clean, warm and safe whitewater rivers.

Located only 3 hours northeast of Toronto and 45 minutes west of the Nation’s Capital, the Ottawa Valley consists of a unique blend of towns, villages and municipalities. There is plenty of variety, from the urban centres to the rural areas, where beautiful artistry, seasonal agriculture and lush wilderness abound.

For a romantic getaway, family holiday, a day’s shopping, the great outdoors, or whatever you choose, let your sense of adventure guide to the Ottawa Valley.

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Address:

9 International Drive
Pembroke, ON  K8A 6W5

Telephone:

61-732-4364

Toll Free:

1-800-757-6580

www.OttawaValley.travel

info@ottawavalley.travel

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Tourism Midland

The Town of Midland is situated at the gateway to Georgian Bay’s picturesque 30,000 Islands.

A very safe, clean and hospitable community, Midland flourishes with a vibrant and bustling downtown, 4 community parks, 10 neighbourhood parks, 2 golf courses, the North Simcoe Sports and Recreation Complex housing a double pad arena and court facilities and community rooms, a Sports Hall of Fame, a curling rink, a lawn bowling club, cross country and downhill skiing, snowmobiling trails, a YMCA complete with an Olympic size pool and 10 km of waterfront trail for walking or biking. There are also 4 marinas offering over 2,800 wet slips on the Georgian Bay waterways.

The tourism information centre is located at the town dock (foot of King Street) during the summer months and at the North Simcoe Sport and Recreation Centre the rest of the year.