Ontario is very much a backpackers dream characterized by crystal watered lakes and a variety of hiking trails. It is no wonder then that its natured landscape is very much orientated towards offering camping sites and star gazing sites. Ontario offers public and private campgrounds where you can explore its many trails. Due to its popularity though, it is advised to book ahead with an experienced guide or one of its outdoor camp sites as the area fills fast. For accommodation you can book in a hotel close by but you can benefit from camping as you get to take everything Ontario has to offer.
Views Made For You to Remember
Ontario is home to Canada’s Niagara Falls which draws in millions of tourists each year for its beautiful views. Niagara Falls is actually made up by three lakes which are famous for their voluminous flow of water. This water flows in the southern parts of Canada, with the longest trail in Ontario. Another scenic tourist attraction comes from the Bon Echo Rock on Mazinaw. Its importance comes from the Aboriginal rock paintings found on it with a 260 Algonkian pictograph record. Surrounding this heritage site, one can also find a trail guide which allows one to see different angles of the rock.
Unforgettable Activities for the Adventurous
Ontario has a few national parks offering a different host of activities depending on what you want to do. Canoeists are known to favour the French River lakes and the Algonquin, while hikers make their way through different parts of the Killarney Provincial Parks. The Georgian Bay Islands National Park is known for being home to boaters and divers who also favour the Fathom Five National Marine Park. The Massasauga Provincial Park is known for having ten campsites at various points surrounding its many lakes, as well as a 30km hiking trail for your amusement meaning there is no shortage of adventure.