What is the capital of Canada? Ask most tourists and they’ll point to the bustling financial and cultural hub of Toronto. (Sorry, Ottawa.) But if that same tourist asked you to take them on an adventure, Ontario has far more to offer than the CN Tower and great shopping. Need some inspiration for your next Ontario adventure? Check out these incredible places to visit in Ontario.
Home to a vibrant Shakespearean theatre scene (and Justin Bieber’s childhood home) Stratford also boasts the lush Shakespearean Gardens.
Sault Ste. Marie
Love fly-fishing? The late author Ernest Hemingway said the region’s Saint Mary’s River was one of the world’s best – but also check out the Canadian Bushplane Heritage Centre. En route to Thunder Bay, visit the Agawa Rock Petroglyphs – but you’ll need to hold a rope and carefully walk onto the viewing area.
The Slate Islands
Located in the middle of Lake Superior, Slate Islands Provincial Park offers a unique wildlife experience. The island is home to a herd of woodland caribous.
Lake Huron’s Manitoulin Island is the largest freshwater island in the world! An outdoor enthusiast’s paradise, it’s also a great place to learn the traditions of the Anishinaabe people who live on Manitoulin Island.
Thirty Thousand Islands
The breathtaking landscape is featured by the Group of Seven and is the location of the world’s largest freshwater archipelago in Georgian Bay. You can also go on a boat tour and visit shipwreck diving spots
How to get there
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