This summer and fall discover Northern Ontario. Our vast geography offers so many great adventures for the family, for a couple looking to just get away from it all or just a group of friends. Check out the map and find out more about Northeastern, Algoma and Northwestern Ontario, each area offers unique experiences that are sure to capture your interest. If you are looking for a vacation in an urban setting, be sure to find out about our friendly cities, from Kenora to Thunder Bay, to Sault Ste. Marie, Timmins, Sudbury or North Bay, our cities have something for everyone.
When planning your vacation or even just a quick getaway, you will be pleasantly surprised at what you can find close to home. For the angler there are fishing lodges that have your record catch waiting for you to arrive, for the hiker we have rocky and rugged trails that will lead you to breathtaking sites and sounds that you can only find here. Our thousands of rivers and lakes offer extraordinary canoeing and kayaking trips. For that driving tour, it doesn't matter if you pedal or ride our twists and turns offer views that will take your breath away.
No matter what you choose to do in Northern Ontario it is an unforgettable experience and it's so close to home!
Lodge 88 is your ultimate choice for a first-class wilderness fly-in or train-in fishing vacation in Canada. Lodge 88 is that extraordinary place where being in the heart of the Canadian Shield means eco-friendly luxurious modern comfort, unexpected amenities, attentive professional service and the very best marine equipment afloat. An escape where we can relax, enjoy and create memories that last a lifetime with our spouses, families and friends.Visit our Website
Pine Portage offers a fly-in fishing or fall hunting on Kabinakagami Lake, in our corner of Northern Ontario's beautiful wilderness. Great fly-in fishing for walleyes (pickerel), northern pike, whitefish and perch along with great moose, bear, and bird hunting awaits you at Pine Portage Lodge. We invite you, your family, friends and/or business associates to enjoy a fly-in fishing or fall hunting on Kabinakagami Lake perfect for your vacation getaway.Visit our Website
This August the Sault Ste. Marie waterfront will be rumbling with over 20 high performance, high horsepower powerboats while they battle it out in a game of chance for the 2017 Can Am Presidents Cup Poker Run. This remarkable 3-day event will allow you to get up close with these high power v-bottom and catamaran race boats from across Canada and the United States. So, come on out Aug 4-6, 2017! Be sure to visit www.saulttourism.com for more information and to book packages.Visit our Website
Searchmont, YOUR backyard just got bigger and we want you to come and play! With a 750 foot vertical and Algoma's BIG snow this full service resort is counting down until your arrival. Stay slope slide at one of our chalets or in the Sault and ride the rails to the Mountain, anyway you cut it Searchmont is a must do for every skier this winter. 18 trails with more real snow than other ski hill in the province, ensures a great time no matter what your skill level.Discover what’s been waiting for you in your own backyard!Visit our Website
An ideal retreat for a stress-free holiday; a place where life moves at a gentler pace. This beautiful and scenic island provides unforgettable experiences for hikers and cyclists, nature lovers, fishing, art exhibits and live theatre, plus featured activities throughout the summer. The Island is a playground for year-round outdoor activities with many choices of accommodation: motels, bed & breakfasts, cottages and more. Access to the Island is via car, the Chi-Cheemaun ferry, or air service.Visit our Website
After 110 years, the Massey Fair is still the place to be! Come and join us on August 25-27, 2017 where you will see tractor pulls, horseshows, lumber jacking, the Annual Demolition Derby, motor cross racing, music, a midway and so much more. Local farmers and gardeners will show off their best product, jams and bread, while quilts and other handiwork will be there for you to see! Over 10,000 people take part in the festivities each year, so isn't it time to come for the day or the entire weekend? For more information visit www.masseyfair.ca or visit our Facebook page at Massey Agricultural Society Visit our Website
Incredible Ontario wilderness adventures await you! The air services provide remote fly-in fishing outpost adventures for excellent northern pike, walleye and brook trout fishing. For the hunter, Cochrane Air Services provides fly-in moose hunting packages. Outpost cabins are well supplied, maintained and excellent equipment is provided to guests.Visit our Website
Situated north of the town of Cochrane, surrounded by pristine wilderness, lies Kesagami Lake, Ontario's premier trophy northern pike lake. The lake also provides excellent walleye fishing. This fly-in American Plan lodge welcomes its guests with fine accommodations, recreation area and lounge and social activities at the end of a fishing day. The wilderness is teeming with wildlife and there are many photography and canoeing opportunities.Visit our Website
The Cochrane Polar Bear Habitat is the only captive bear facility in the world dedicated solely to polar bears. Through exceptional animal care standards, educational programs and research partnerships, the Cochrane Polar Bear Habitat is becoming an internationally respected centre for polar bears.Visit our Website
Find Sudbury's hidden gems downtown. From nightlife to arts and culture, dining and cafes, sporting events and speciality boutiques can all be found here. Visitors will also find necessary professional and business services including health and wellness. There is something for everyone.Visit our Website
Cruise aboard The William Ramsey Cruise to discover Sudbury like you've never seen it before! From beautiful lakefront homes to serene nature panoramas to energetic watersports, nothing beats the relaxation and excitement of cruising Ramsey Lake. Whether you're looking for a fun family outing or planning a private function, let Sudbury Boat Tours show you the freedom of being on the water.Visit our Website
MAY 18 - 28, 2017. The Midway is in town! Set up at the Hanmer Shopping Mall, the Midway offers carnival rides, games of skill, concessions that are fun for all ages. Vouchers will be sold at the variety of local businesses. Day pass $25 in advance, $35 on the grounds. This is an exhilarating way to spend a day!Visit our Website
The Chief Commanda offers sightseeing Cruises of French River / Gibraltar Cruise, Callander Bay / Sunset Cruise, Manitou Islands Scenic Cruise and North Shore Scenic Cruise (Fall Colours). You will cruise while dining into the northern vistas of Callander Bay, capped off by one of Lake Nipissing's spectacular sunsets, returning to the glowing skyline of North Bay. The ship offers a fully licensed cash bar to be a able to enjoy a refreshing cocktail or choose from a great selection of fine wines with dinner.Visit our Website
Located in Little Current on beautiful Manitoulin island, the conference centre offers modern meeting rooms, or private conference/ball room for meetings and events. The contemporary design combines the natural elements of stone and wood, and its decor reflects First Nation traditions. Enjoy the casual fine dining at North46 which offers a breathtaking view of the LaCloche Mountain range and the North Chanel of Lake Huron. Traditional rooms, suites and business suites are available.Visit our Website
Looking for a fun adventure? Check out the Lake Tour Passport. Collect your Passport punches at the stops around Lake Temiskaming and enter to win. For centuries, the French language has been spoken on the shores of Lake Temiskaming. Four hundred years ago, Samuel de Champlain first ventured into Algonquin and Ojibway land and in so doing, set foot in what is known today as Ontario. Voyageurs following in his footsteps made it all the way to Lake Temiskaming. Over time, on either side of the lake, settlers established a dynamic Francophone community with a proud historyVisit our Website
The Northern Lights Festival Boreal, Canada's longest continually running outdoor music festival, is taking place on the shores of Ramsay Ramsey Lake in Bell Park, Sudbury, Ontario July 6- 9th, 2017. This festival is a presenter of Canadian roots and modern music, and a lightning rod for the energy of Northern Ontario's artistic community. Inventing tradition, fostering innovation, celebrating community, since 1972. Headliners include Buffy Sainte-Marie, A Tribe Called Red, Whitehorse, Andy Shauf and Fred Penner. With over 50 artists it's a must do this summer! Visit www.nlfb.ca for all things about this fantastic music festival.Visit our Website