Northeastern Ontario

Mountains and lakes are the hallmarks of the Northeastern Ontario landscape—a boon for any outdoor enthusiasts who are looking to venture into the backcountry. But blue skies, brilliant bays, and beautiful landscapes aren’t all this dynamic region has to offer. It’s towns and cities have food, culture, and history to boot.


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Northeastern Ontario Travel Guide

There’s never a bad time to visit Northeastern Ontario. Spring and summer offer a chance to explore the thousands of waterways by boat, kayak, or cruise, while winter brings with it the opportunity to head into the backcountry on skis. Not to mention the incredible colors to take in on the trails in fall. Whichever you choose, the north east is sure to delight.

North Bay

Days in the Gateway to the North, as it’s known by locals, are filled with food, fun, and fearless adventure. Explore the shores of Lake Nipissing, appreciate local art, and tuck into Canada’s favorite fare in North Bay. You can even dance the night away!

Northeastern Ontario

Packed with small towns that are bursting with charm, Northeastern Ontario is best explored by road. Pack your camping gear and hit the highway to traverse this incredible region and see bucket-list sights and taste unforgettable craft beer flights.


From the stars in the sky to the fish in the bay, Timmins has it all. Go hiking, biking, or snowmobiling. Or play a round of golf. Whichever direction you choose to go, this town is sure to race your pulse.


From a grey mining town to the city with the cleanest air in Ontario, Sudbury has undergone a pageant-worthy transformation. But the pristine environment isn’t the only thing that gives this city a glow—here, they’re known for cherishing all colors of the rainbow.