Visit Ontario in Canada
Known as the “Great White North,” Ontario is replete with North America’s finest natural areas. With friendly folks all around, it won’t be long before you’re looking to stay. Visit our many outdoor destinations in southern Ontario to enjoy fishing and boating, try some local beer or wine, or explore popular vacation spots like Niagara Falls, Prince Edward Country or Owen Sound near Grey-Bruce. Drink in the gorgeous natural wilderness and fresh air that Canada is so famous for during your next getaway.
Ontario Resort Attractions
From Lake Erie to inner Ontario, our resorts cover it all. Take a waterslide at high speeds, climb a rock wall, or bike along wooded trails as you explore everything that Ontario has to offer.
Hike and bike your way along wooded trails through the Georgian Peaks of northern Ontario.
Find 14 acres of crystal-clear water fed by artesian wells, perfect for snorkeling, scuba diving, and kayaking.
Situated near spacious Lake Vernon, Deer Lake features easy canal access, allowing you to boat right from the resort.
Prepare for a wet and wild adventure on multiple Mach3 Super Slides, a 1,000-foot Urban Slide, and a massive splash pad.
Things to Do in Ontario
Craggy coastlines, cascading waterfalls, and world-class theater are just a few of the things you’ll find in Ontario. Get ready to adventure your way through this incredible province.
Thundering waters are the highlight of this natural wonder. Sail through the mist before exploring the attractions of the town.
Shakespearian classics and modern tales are translated into stunning theatrical productions in the Victorian village of Stratford.
Canada’s largest city has it all, nightlife, museums, multicultural restaurants, and more. See it all from the city’s two hotspots, CN Tower and Island Park.
Blue Mountain Village
Live the alpine life at Blue Mountain Village, the resort centerpiece of Ontario’s Blue Mountains, known for year-round adventures next to the Georgian Bay.
Algonquin Provincial Park
The oldest park in Canada, Algonquin Provincial Park is home to moose, wolves, and waterfowl, with plenty of hiking and canoeing opportunities.