A third of Canada’s population lives in Ontario, and the city of Toronto — the country’s largest, contains most of Canada’s world-class attractions, entertainment, and shopping. 

Adventure awaits you in Northwest Ontario —a wilderness playground of trails and parks and hundreds of thousands of lakes and a rich Indigenous history. Take advantage of various activities to do and places to see. It might be cold in the winter here, but during the summer located on the northern shoreline of beautiful Lake of the Woods is Kenora. The city is alive year-round with a variety of festivals and events happening often including Harbourfest during the August Long Weekend. Enjoy concerts under the tent at the harbourfront or visit the local museum showcasing the history of the region. Take a cruise on Lake of the Woods on the MS Kenora or get your picture taken with Husky the Muskie, a 40 foot tall, 2-ton replica of a fish the lake is famous for. Kenora is known for its waterfront beauty and there are 5 major beaches in town.

For the outdoorsy types, Hamilton Halton Brant is home to signature landscapes including the Niagara Escarpment, the Grand River, the Bruce Trail, Lake Ontario shorelines and a collection of more than 100 waterfalls, creating a beautiful backdrop for fall outdoor activities. The area also boasts renowned heritage sites, attractions and museums, a vibrant arts scene, distinct downtowns and delectable dining. Here are just a few of our favourite fall day trip ideas.

Toronto is Canada’s largest and most exciting urban centre with annual festivals, museums, galleries and theatres that rival the best in the world. Globetrot to culturally diverse neighbourhoods with eclectic shops and restaurants serving delectable cuisine from all corners of the world. Toronto has the largest variety of theatres and performing arts companies in Ontario, and the second largest in North America after New York. Dozens more fine theatres operate throughout the province. Seasonal festivals, like the Stratford Festival and the Shaw Festival, draw crowds from across Canada and the United States.

Ontario is the ultimate destination for those who never stop exploring, so whatever your passion, you can be rest assured you will find something in this wonderful region to satiate that travelling appetite you may have.