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Welcome to EnjoyOntario.ca, a collection of photo albums and profiles showcasing the tourism destinations and tourist attractions of the Province of Ontario, Canada as well as tourism related businesses such as B&B, hotels, restaurants, etc.

There are plenty of places to travel to in Ontario and sights and things to do once you get there including sightseeing, historical sites, museums, theatre, nightlife, touring, camping, swimming, shopping, dining, or just relaxing.

 

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Main Street Unionville, Town of Markham, Ontario

 

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Provincial Parks:

Fall Colours Reports

Fall Colours Reports, Ontario Parks

During the Fall months, plan a getaway to one of Ontario's provincial parks to see the leaves change colour. For a detailed report about each provincial park and the best place for viewing the leaves, see the Fall Colours Reports.

Presqu'ile Provincial Park

Presqu'ile Provincial Park, Brighton, Ontario.

Presqu'ile Provincial Park is the perfect place to stretch your legs and enjoy tranquil & scenic lakeside picnic and camping areas, 3 km of warm sandy beach, 16 km of trails, 394 campsites, and spectacular bird watching.

Sandbanks Provincial Park

Sandbanks Provincial Park, Prince Edward County (near Picton), Ontario

Sandbanks Provincial Park is a provincial park located on Lake Ontario in Prince Edward County near Picton, Ontario, Canada. It is noted for its picturesque sand dunes and beaches. It also has the world's largest fresh water sand bar and dune system.

Sibbald Point Provincial Park

Sibbald Point Provincial Park, Sutton West, Ontario

The Sibbald Point Provincial Park is located in Sutton, Ontario, on the southern shore of Lake Simcoe. It is a recreational park covering 225 ha. There is plenty to enjoy at this park. It has sandy beaches, shady picnic areas, forested hiking trails and a playground for children.

Earl Rowe Provincial Park, Alliston, Ontario

Earl Rowe Provincial Park is located on the Boyne River in a scenic river valley. Visitors can camp, picnic, fish, paddle, sunbathe, swim in a 1500-person wadding pool, or hike. The park has 400 campsites and is open from May to mid-October.

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Conservation Areas:

Fairy Lake Park

Fairy Lake Park, Newmarket, Ontario

The Fairy Lake Park is located in Newmarket, Ontario. It is a recreational conservation area. This beautiful site has plenty to offer for a relaxing afternoon visit. It has a lake, an amphitheatre, ducks and Canada geese, a hiking trail and a playground for children.


Parks / Gardens:

Allan Gardens Conservatory

Allan Gardens Conservatory, Toronto, Ontario

Allan Gardens is a park and indoor botanical garden in Toronto. This botanical jewel includes six greenhouses covering 4,900 square meters of beautiful plants from around the world. These are supplemented by colourful, seasonal shows.

Edwards Gardens / Toronto Botanical Garden

Edwards Gardens & Toronto Botanical Garden, North York, Ontario

Edwards Gardens is a former estate garden featuring perennials and roses on the uplands and wildflowers, rhododendrons and an extensive rockery in the valley. Adjacent to Edwards Gardens is the Toronto Botanical Garden, a series of 12 contemporary themed gardens spanning nearly four acres.

High Park

High Park, Toronto, Ontario

With over one million visitors annually, High Park is the jewel of Toronto's park system. It is the largest park entirely within Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

Toogood Pond

Toogood Pond Park, Town of Markham, Unionville, Ontario

Toogood Pond Park is a 33-hectare park that has many points of interest including a partially naturalized pond and a marsh. The pond is home to many Canada Geese, ducks, fish, and other wildlife. Surrounding the pond are many beautiful walkways, park benches and picnic tables. There is a man-made dam at the south-east end that includes a waterfall.

Toronto Island Park

Toronto Island Park, Downtown Toronto, Ontario

Toronto Island Park is made up of a chain of small islands located in Lake Ontario just offshore from the Toronto city centre. The islands are a popular recreational destination. Also referred to as "Toronto Islands" and "Centre Island". The park also contains the Centreville Amusement Park.

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Amusement / Theme Parks:

Centreville Amusement Park

Centreville Amusement Park, Centre Island, Toronto, Ontario

Centreville is a turn of the century themed family Amusement Park, nestled in over 600 acres on Centre Island, just a 10-minute ferry ride across the harbour from the Toronto mainland. The park has over 30 rides, games and attractions, two licensed restaurants and more than 14 food outlets. Experience the Antique Dentzel Carousel, flume ride, miniature train, ferris wheel, electric bumper cars and more.


Corn Mazes:

Corn Mazes, Ontario — Fall Harvest Season

A corn maze or maize maze is a maze cut out of a corn field. Many are based on artistic designs. Some mazes are even created to tell stories or to portray a particular theme. Most have a path, which goes all around the whole pattern, either to end in the middle or to come back out again. Some of these attractions include hay rides, a petting zoo, play areas for children, and picnic areas.


Heritage Districts:

Niagara-on-the-Lake

Niagara-on-the-Lake, Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario

Niagara-on-the-Lake, a town located in Southern Ontario often called the loveliest town in Ontario, has a long and distinguished history. Stroll back through history and enjoy world class theatre, fine dining, shopping, estate wineries, farm markets and historical sites.

Main Street Unionville

Main Street Unionville, Town of Markham, Ontario

All along historic Main Street Unionville, the street has structures that are virtually unchanged from its founding in 1794. Renowned for its pubs, parks, restaurants, and its historical European view, the road also hosts the annual Unionville Festival.

The Distillery Historic District

The Distillery Historic District, Downtown Toronto, Ontario

The Distillery District is an historic and entertainment district located east of Downtown Toronto. It contains numerous cafes, restaurants and shops housed within heritage buildings of the former Gooderham and Worts Distillery. The 13-acre (52,000 sq. m) district comprises more than 40 heritage buildings and 10 streets, and is the largest collection of Victorian era industrial architecture in North America.

Historic Port Stanley, Port Stanley, Ontario

Port Stanley is a historic fishing village located on the north shore of Lake Erie, south of London, Ontario. With one of the finest stretches of sandy beach on the north shore of Lake Erie, Port Stanley has been a popular tourist destination for decades.

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Attractions:

CN Tower

CN Tower, Toronto, Ontario

The CN Tower, located in Downtown Toronto, Ontario, Canada, is a communications and observation tower standing 553.3 metres (1,815 ft) tall.

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Sports:

Rogers Centre

Rogers Centre (formerly: SkyDome), Toronto, Ontario

Rogers Centre, formerly known as SkyDome, is a multi-purpose stadium in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, situated next to the CN Tower near the shores of Lake Ontario.

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Art Gallery / Museum / Science:

Ontario Science Centre

Ontario Science Centre, Toronto, Ontario

Ontario Science Centre (OSC) (or in French: Centre des sciences de l'Ontario) is a science museum in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

Royal Ontario Museum

Royal Ontario Museum (ROM), Toronto, Ontario

The Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) is the largest museum in Canada for world culture and natural history, and among the largest museums in North America.

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Performing Arts / Music:

Famous PEOPLE Players

Famous PEOPLE Players, Toronto, Ontario

Internationally acclaimed dinner-theatre experience. Three-course meal, followed by a one-hour black light theatrical performance, followed by dessert.

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