Local Ontario Attractions
Ontario, Yours to Discover
Ontario is as diverse in landscape and scenery as it is in experiences and adventure. Each region of the province offers unique discoveries and delights all year-round, including crowd pleasing festivals and events, unique attractions, and exceptional shopping, dining, and accommodations. For a full listing of experiences, visit www.ontariotravel.net
More than 14 million tourists visit the Canadian side of the falls each year, and numerous tours are available from Toronto. After about an hour-long drive, you can board the famous Hornblower to journey near the mouth of Niagara Falls for the best possible view.
Sample Canada’s famous ice wine and several other varieties at Niagara-on-the-Lake's famous wineries. Just a short drive from Niagara Falls.
1000 Islands Ontario
The Thousand Islands constitute an archipelago of 1,864 islands that straddles the Canada-U.S. border in the Saint Lawrence River as it emerges from the northeast corner of Lake Ontario. Enjoy family activities, cruises, and truly unforgettable experiences in this beautiful place.
Ottawa, Canada's Capital City
Ottawa, Canada’s capital, sits in Ontario at the border of Québec. A stunning city on the Ottawa River, its major attractions include Parliament Hill, the Rideau Canal (filled with boats in summer and ice-skaters in winter), the Canadian War Museum, and the Byward Market.
Visit Stratford, ON for the Stratford Festival, North America's largest classical repertory theatre, presenting the works of William Shakespeare and other great writers. Held annually from April to October.
Ontario Provincial Parks
Ontario is home to hundreds of provincial parks, perfect for a day trip or overnight camping getaway. Immerse yourself in nature at the Bruce Peninsula National Park, Algonquin National Park, or Killarney Provincial Park.