Ottawa, the nation’s capital, has is located in the eastern part of Ontario, on the border of Quebec. Kingston has a small city charm and Old Fort Henry to explore. Toronto, the largest city in Canada is about a 5 hour drive west from Ottawa. Also located in Southwestern Ontario is Niagara Falls and the view from the Canada side is spectacular.
The cities of Windsor, London, Stratford and Kitchener in Southwestern Ontario offer an abundance of activities, from the cultural Stratford Festival to Kitchener’s famously fun Oktoberfest.
Northwestern Ontario has other attractions for visitor in cities including Thunder Bay, or in nature reserves such as Quetico Provincial Park.
You can also go camping or hiking in Northeastern Ontario’s pristine waters and forests that surround the popular get-away destinations of Muskoka and Parry Sound.
Ontario welcomes more than 32 million visitors each year. Why do they visit Ontario? Here are some of the most popular Ontario travel attractions:
Ottawa is Canadas capital city and is home to the Parliament Buildings, the longest winter skating rink in the world, first class museums and superb shopping, dining and nightlife.
For more information visit Canada’s Capital
Toronto is the capital city of Ontario and has a long list of attractions including; the CN Tower, Paramount Canadas Wonderland theme park, world class theatre and dining, Toronto Harbourfront and much more.
For more information visit Toronto Tourism
The Niagara Falls Region has not only the amazing Niagara Falls dropping 6 million cubic feet per minute over 200 feet but also there is a new 2.5 million square foot Niagra Fallsview Casino, shopping, dining and numerous family attractions.
You can go see a play in Niagra-on-the-Lake or walk through the historic downtown area, visit the surrounding wine regions or stroll along the Niagra parkway.
For more information visit Discover Niagara
The scenic 1000 Islands area of the St. Lawrence River, a boat cruise through the islands is a must.
For more information Visit 1000 Islands
Family fun attractions, from history and science to exploring the great outdoors and non-stop thrills and chills, there’s always something in Ontario to explore for the whole family.
For more information visit Ontario travel for families
World class theatre productions
Camping and Hiking
Related Articles and Resources for Ontario Travel
Government of Ontario’s official visitors’ information site for travel.Includes destinations, accommodations, festival and events, camping, golf, fishing and more.
Ontario’s Attractions are waiting to greet you with fun-filled experiences for the whole family.
Ontario resort accommodations featuring lakeside resorts,housekeeping cottages, countryinns, lodges, fishing resorts, and offering romantic couples escapes and family resorts.
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