Northern Ontario has a number of unique and diverse experiences in each sub-region and gateway city.
With endless space we have a wide choice of tourist outfitters across the region. From traditional drive-in fishing lodges to five star resorts you'll find it in Northwest Ontario.
The largest city in Northwest Ontario with outdoor adventure and unique urban experiencesLearn More
A natural rock peninsula, home to numerous wildlife, a boreal forest and incredible views.Learn More
Sailing day trips, multi day trips and charters; see the rugged beauty of Lake Superior.Learn More
Lodges offering fishing expeditions, kayaking, canoeing, birding, and an area rich in Anishinaabe heritage.Learn More
Bordered by two of the greatest Great Lakes, Superior and Huron and surrounded by epic views, superb touring routes and all of the attributes that the nature has to offer.
Sault Ste. Marie is the natural choice; centrally located in Ontario, poised in the middle of the magnificent Great Lakes.Learn More
All aboard the iconic one-day rail excursion into the heart of the Canadian wilderness.Learn More
Naturally Superior Adventures and Rock Island Lodge is located on a 7 acre peninsula on Lake Superior.Learn More
Lodge Eighty Eight is a premiere wilderness lodge situated on Esnagi Lake.Learn More
Explore the region's bustling cities and towns for unique festivals, world-class museums and attractions, fine dining and first-rate accommodations.
Fishing, paddling, hiking, wildlife photography and glamping. Canadian Signature Experience Collection.Learn More
Crane's Lochaven Wilderness Lodge located on a private island on historic French River.Learn More
Iconic landscape of pink granite, white quartzite ridges, sapphire lakes and Jack Pines.Learn More
Killarney Mountain Lodge is a relaxed historic resort right on the shore of northern Georgian Bay.Learn More
Sudbury is known for it's world-renowned attractions, urban comforts and four-season outdoor adventures.Learn More
Discover the connection between science and the everyday world at Science North.Learn More
Browse Indigenous galleries, sample authentic cuisine and learn traditions like beading or spirit rock painting.Learn More
The ferry connects Tobermory on the tip of Bruce Peninsula with South Baymouth on Manitoulin Island, crossing Georgian Bay.Learn More
On the Northern shores of the Manitoulin Island, and just before the end of Highway 540, sits the Meldrum Bay Inn.Learn More
On the world's largest freshwater island, discover Indigenous culture, breathtaking waterfalls & scenic trails.Learn More