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Northeastern Ontario

We invite you to a vast, natural playground of pristine lakes and rivers, ancient pine forest and gleaming crimson skies; a land where there are as many myths and legends as there are things to do. Paddle or cruise the tranquil waters, drop a line to reel in the big one, camp under an infinite blanket of stars, or take to the road on a motorcycle journey to discover some of Canada's most spectacular scenic vistas. Explore the region's bustling cities and towns for unique festivals, world-class museums and attractions, fine dining and first-rate accommodations. 

Map of Northeastern Ontario

Must Sees

Subsection under Must See for Northeastern Ontario

Killarney Provincial Park

Iconic landscape of pink granite, white quartzite ridges, sapphire lakes and Jack Pines.

Manitoulin Island

On the world’s largest freshwater island, discover Aboriginal culture, breathtaking waterfalls & scenic trails.

Great Spirit Circle Trail

Browse Aboriginal galleries. sample authentic cuisine and learn traditions like beading or spirit rock painting. 

Science North

Discover the connection between science and the everyday world at Science North.

Dynamic Earth

Dynamic Earth demonstrates what cataclysmic events shaped the Sudbury Basin.

Wild Exodus

Fishing, paddling, hiking, wildlife photography and glamping. Canadian Signature Experience Collection.

Hikers look out at the water

Killarney Mountain Lodge

Rustic wilderness lodge on Georgian Bay, featuring guidedhiking, paddling and sailing adventures in Killarney Provincial Park.  Cozy cabins and home cooking.

A paddle dips into the water

PROVINCIAL PARKS

There are 25 provincial parks in Northeastern Ontario, which span from Killarney to Moosonee.