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Bigger than Texas. Wilder than the west. More welcoming than a campfire in October, Northern Ontario is like no place else. Sunset Country is famous for its spectacular fishing lakes, Superior Country stretches deep into the remote North, Algoma Country has Lake Superior as its back yard, and the Northeast provides excellent vacation destinations close to Toronto and other large urban centres in Southern Ontario. This is the offical travel and tourism magazine of our region. We’ve been publishing stories, tips, and tricks for over 10 years.


There’s so much to discover in Northern Ontario—it all depends on your interests. Would you like a road trip in the footsteps of Canada’s most famous artistsA tour around one of Canada’s unexpected food destinationsA visit to an an ancient Indigenous burial ground? You’ll find all that, and much more, right here.


When it comes to enjoying the outdoors, there’s a lot to do in Northern Ontario—and a lot of space to do it in. Would you be interested in a paddling adventure tailored to your taste? To visit one of our motorhead must-sees? How about taking an expert fishing quiz that will direct you to the best lodge based on your answers? All that, and much more, you’ll find below.


Northern Ontario stretches from the Manitoba border to the edge of Quebec. Some of our destinations are only a few hours’ drive from Toronto, Ottawa, or the borders of Michigan, Minnesota or Wisconsin—while others are so remote that you’re likely to have a lake all to yourself. Are you looking for a secluded beachAn outdoor adventure paired with local food? To check out the Northern Lights in a dark sky preserve? Urbanite or outdoorsperson, Northern Ontario has something for everyone.

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