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Canada's most populous province, Ontario, offers an abundance of attractions as well as natural beauty and mild climate. Select one of our 5-star downtown Toronto hotels for an unforgettable experience as you spend your days exploring this modern city - snap a wonderful photo at the top of CN Tower, browse the Royal Ontario Museum and attend a sporting event at Air Canada Centre. If you want to hike, bike or skate the Rideau Canal, or attend the Ottawa Jazz Festival, save money with a discount Ottawa hotel. Our Ontario Hotel Guide is all you need for Ontario accommodations at prices to match your budget.

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Best Ontario Parks

Algonquin Provincial Park

Algonquin is a huge park offering an amazing array of things to do and see. Hike the 1.5 km Barron Canyon Trail, one of 14 trails, to explore the spectacular canyon, or try the 2 km Brent Crater Trail to see the meteorite crater and climb the observation tower for panoramic vistas. Tour a Logging Museum or the Art Centre, which has indoor and outdoor galleries. Recreational activities can be found along 3 bicycle trails, two dog sledding trails and clear lakes. A drive along Highway 60 may bring you wildlife sightings. Find Hotels near Algonquin Provincial Park.

Bruce Peninsula National Park

This Park preserves the largest remaining natural area in Southern Ontario, and boasts rugged, overhanging cliffs along crystal Georgian Bay water – Lake Huron lies on the other side of the Peninsula. One of the favorite hiking trails is the 3 km Georgian Bay – Marr Lake Trail. Along the path enjoy a beautiful view at Halfway Rock Point, swim or SCUBA at Indian Head Cove, then explore the Natural Arch and The Grotto. Renowned for its variety of wildflowers, the Peninsula is home to 43 orchid species. Paddle Cyprus Lake, cross-country ski in the winter and enjoy an interpretive program in July and August. Find Hotels near Bruce Peninsula National Park.

Canadas Wonderland

A playland boasting over 200 attractions, 65+ rides and a water park – wow!  Thrill seekers, look no further than the new ride Windseeker, which swings you 50 km/hour at a 45-degree angle. Canada’s biggest, fastest and tallest coaster, Behemoth, dares you to board her, with speeds up to 125 km/hour; the country’s sole inverted looping jet coaster, Flight Deck, is found here as well. Planet Snoopy is waiting for the wee ones, with over 20 squeal-inducing rides sized just for them. Whitewater raft with the whole family, then sit back and relax at one of several first-rate shows. Everybody enjoys spending some time at Splash Works, with heated water, super fast slides, a quarter-mile lazy river and a huge wave pool. Find Hotels near Canadas Wonderland.

Killarney Provincial Park

Some of the most amazing fall foliage can be found in this Crown Jewel of Ontario Parks, and its year-round stunning landscapes continue to inspire artists. Hikers enjoy the easy 2 km Granite Ridge Trail to reach tremendous views of the renowned La Cloche Mountains, and many consider the paddle from this park to the French River to be one of the best anywhere. Swimming, canoeing on 11 routes and educational programs are popular in the summer; winter activities include cross-country skiing on 20 km of snow-white trails. Find Hotels near Killarney Provincial Park.


Everybody loves the playful, friendly white Beluga whales at MarineLand! Enjoy viewing killer whales splashing about, above and below the water, in Friendship Cove; move on to choreographed shows featuring dolphins; you can feed deer from your hand! Ride 450 feet to the top of Sky Screamer, take in the incredible panoramic view, then hang on tight - you are going down! Other spinning, swinging, faster than lightning rides are available to keep you and your friends entertained all day. Find Hotels near Marineland.

Pukaskwa National Park

Discover the wild shores of Lake Superior at Pukaskwa National Park, which preserves boreal forest and rugged coastline of the Canadian Shield. Kayak or canoe along the shore, then have lunch at Hattie Cove. A white-water experience can be found on the White and Pukaskwa Rivers, sail the sparkling waters of Lake Superior and bicycle along Highway 627. Hike the Beach Trail to see the Pic River Sand Dunes, and discover Anishinaabe culture at an authentic encampment. Find Hotels near Pukaskwa National Park.

The Pinery Provincial Park

Parabolic dunes, 20 to 30 m tall, and a 10 km long, sandy beach beckon to families in Southwestern Ontario. Play and swim with the kids, then rent bicycles to ride the flat Pinery Bike Trail along the Old Ausauble River and through the large Oak Savanna. You have a choice of ten easy hiking trails – try Lookout Trail, which takes you to the top of the Park’s largest dune, and be on the lookout for the rare Rusty-patched Bumble Bee!  There are educational programs in the summer at the Amphitheatre. Find Hotels near The Pinery Provincial Park.

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Ontario Overview

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A quarter million freshwater lakes dot the incredible Canadian province of Ontario. It is the most populous province, second largest in total area, blessed with a moderate climate. Southern Ontario, bordered by Great Lakes Erie and Ontario, contains the vast number of Ontario’s residents along with Canada’s largest city and provincial capital Toronto, along with Ottawa, the national capital. Northern Ontario, on the other hand, is sparsely populated.

Toronto, Canada is one of the world’s top financial centers, boasting a population exceeding five million. Board Via Rail or Amtrak at historic Beaux Arts style Union Station; bus, streetcar and subway services all contribute to making Toronto easy to navigate. Downtown’s underground shopping complex is the world’s largest! Known as PATH, visitors have access to all parts of Toronto and a plethora of shopping and entertainment venues. The city is a major cultural center as well, and its Entertainment District is quite popular with excellent dining options and theatres. Perhaps a luxury Ontario Hotel in this area would suit your needs. Bend your elbow at one of Old Town Toronto’s pubs, while your other half shops the St. Lawrence Market. Climb to the top of famous landmark, the CN Tower, to get breathtaking views from the Eco-Deck. Professional sports are well-represented here; watch exciting NHL Maple Leaf games and Raptor NBA action at the Air Canada Centre, or Blue Jays major league baseball at Rogers Centre.

Ottawa boasts the fourth largest metro area in Canada; it attracts many visitors to its Parliament buildings for business as well as for its historic architecture. The city’s skyline is quite impressive! The popular Rideau Canal connects 200 km of lakes and rivers, providing Ottawa with miles of running, biking and inline skating paths. An iconic “must- do” is skating the Rideau Canal - in the winter it’s the world’s longest skating rink!  Cruise the Canal and the Ottawa River in the summer to bask in the sunshine and totally relax. The annual festival, Winterlude, brings ice sculpture competitions, concerts and ice skating displays, while the Ottawa Jazz Festival is one of Canada’s premier summer events.

One of the wonders of the world, Niagara Falls, is just across Lake Ontario from Toronto, roughly a 135 km drive. This area abounds in attractions, including the Maid of the Mist boat ride, which gets you up close and personal with the amazing falls, the Skylon Tower for terrific vistas, crossing the Rainbow bridge for an iconic photo or hiking trails along the Niagara Escarpment. And did you know that Niagara has a fabulous Wine Country?

To enjoy remote fly-fishing, head to northern Ontario, where you can be alone with nature. Georgian Bay Islands National Park, a couple hours north of Toronto, is accessible by boat only, offering the rugged beauty of the Canadian Shield. Pukaskwa National Park abuts Lake Superior’s North Shore and allows visitors to explore boreal forest and a true wilderness. Another remote spot, accessible only by air, is Polar Bear Provincial Park, which lies in northeastern Ontario, directly on sparkling Hudson Bay. This park offers a subarctic climate, an amazing array of wildlife and will really test your mettle!

Each season brings another set of wonderful outdoor recreational activities available for you and your family in Ontario. Combined with the world-renowned museums, fabulous restaurants, shopping districts and glittering nightlife of its cities, you will find the well-rounded vacation you have been waiting for!

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