Ontario Travel Directory B Listings

Best of the “B” Alphabetical Listings In Ontario

Barrie is the gateway to boating on Lake Simcoe.Tourism and Travels best north of Toronto provides a variety of B&B’s bed and breakfast accommodation, activities resorts, lodges and attractions. Bird watching is one of Ontario’s number one outdoor recreational activities. Beaches and boating are favoured outdoor recreation opportunities in the summer in Ontario’s Lakes. Boarding (snow boarding) is growing in popularity as an exciting winter sport.

Belts: Ontario Travel Belts

Barrie Snow Belt, Clay Belt, Green Belt, Maple Syrup Belt, Nickel Belt, and the Ontario Snowbelt all offer specific experiences and alternative meanings. The origins of Ontario belts are not always clear but often are named after resources, weather, minerals, electoral districts, environment and agricultural foods such as maple products. Some of the belts have evolved over time to designate a specific image, geographic region or activity and an Ontario travel and tourism destination & Ontario tourist icon.


Bala, Muskoka and BEACH also start with B!

Members on the the 400ELEVEN website staring with the letter B are as follows:

Ontario Lakes & Rivers

Balm Beach Georgian Bay – Balm Beach
Bass Lake – Torrance
Lake of Bays – Huntsville, Dwight
Lake Bernard – Sundridge
Big East River – Huntsville
Black Lake –Torrance
Blind River – Blind River
Boshkung Lake – Minden
Burleigh Falls – Peterborough area

Barrie, Ontario on Lake Simcoe, just north of Toronto on Highway 400, has an excellent travel and tourism information centre, and should not to be confused with Barry’s Bay at the junction of Highway 60 and 62, just east of Algonquin Park. Close to Barry’s Bay is Bancroft, considered to be the rockhoud,or mineral capital of Ontario.

Heading north the Bruce Peninsula waits and In the Northwest the great province of Ontario we have Batchawana Bay on Lake Superior, just north of Sault Ste. Marie and the Michigan Border.

Go to Ontario Travel Directory “C” listings C: Canada’s Capital to Cochrane