DISCOVER ONTARIO - PLACES TO EXPLORE

SummerFunGuide.ca is your source for things to do and places to stay in Ontario. While Summer Fun Guide is a directory that offers a variety of options, it is often useful to speak to a local person for actual recommendations. In addition, we may know about the big cities but might want ideas of smaller places to explore or towns to visit en route. Discover information about retail businesses, restaurants, community facts, real estate, events and more.

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City of Quinte West Festivals

7 Creswell Dr., PO Box 490 , Trenton, Ontario
Eastern Ontario

 613-392-2841  www.quintewest.ca

In addition to Blues, Big Band and Country festivals, the annual Trenton Scottish Irish Festival occurs Sept 5 & 6. It celebrates the Celtic ancestry of the Quinte area though a Military Tattoo, traditional fare, vendors, music and strongman games.

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Cornwall Tourism

100 Water Street East , Cornwall, Ontario
Eastern Ontario

 613-933-0074  www.cornwalltourism.com

Rich in history, the arts, and outdoor recreation, Cornwall offers something for everyone. Scenic cycle routes, world-class festivals, live theatre and some of the best shopping and dining around. Visit Cornwall today!

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Discover London Ontario

267 Dundas St , London, Ontario
Southwestern Ontario

 800-265-2602  www.londontourism.ca

London is a fun-filled destination that has a myriad of wonderful family attractions and events year round. Join us in 2017 for an exciting vacation. From East Park Golf Gardens, Fleetway, Children's Museum to Fanshawe Pioneer Village, London has it all. Come Discover our Spirit in London Ontario.

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Downtown Midland

#9-212 King Street , Midland, Ontario
Central Ontario

 705-527-7246  www.downtownmidland.ca

Downtown Midland is breathtaking year round with its glorious murals. We have over 100 businesses and offer FREE Wi-Fi, FREE street parking on weekends, and have 9 FREE 3-hour parking lots for your convenience available 365 days a year. See you soon!

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Elgin County Tourism

450 Sunset Drive , St. Thomas, Ontario
Southwestern Ontario

 1-519-631-1460  www.elgintourist.com

Elgin County offers kilometres of stunning shoreline, picturesque towns, a rich heritage, talented artists, and quality dining featuring fresh produce and local wine. From shopping to fishing to peaceful hiking trails, Elgin County has something for everyone!

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Explore Stormont, Dundas & Glengarry

26 Pitt St, Suite 323 , Cornwall, Ontario
Eastern Ontario

 see website  www.sdgcounties.ca

Discover the Eastern Gateway to Ontario! You’ll love the stunning parks & beaches, waterfront trails & camping, museums & historical sites, fabulous fairs & festivals and even Prehistoric World. Nature, adventure, relaxation, culture, fine dining & more!

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Municipality of South Dundas

34 Ottawa Street , Morrisburg, Ontario
Eastern Ontario

 800-265-0619  www.southdundas.com

Scenically located along the beautiful St. Lawrence River, South Dundas is a region filled with rich history, a vibrant arts and theatre community and ample opportunities to get back to nature and enjoy the Great Outdoors.

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Owen Sound Tourism

1155 1st Ave W , Owen Sound, Ontario
Southwestern Ontario

 888-675-5555  www.owensoundtourism.com

Owen Sound, an historic port city on Georgian Bay at the foot of the Bruce Peninsula, with beaches, caves, hiking, biking, fishing and rivers to paddle. Home of the Summerfolk Music and Craft Festival, the Festival of Northern Lights, and the oldest Emancipation Festival on the continent!

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Tourism Sarnia-Lambton

1455 Venetian Blvd. , Point Edward, Ontario
Southwestern Ontario

 800-265-0316  www.tourismsarnialambton.com

Your time is precious so visit Discoveries That Matter in Sarnia & Lambton County. With North American firsts, Blue Flag rated beaches and million dollar galleries and museums, our diverse blue water vacation playground offers attractions for all ages in all seasons. We're closer than you think!

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Township of South Stormont

2 Mille Roches Road , Long Sault, Ontario
Eastern Ontario

 800-265-3915  www.southstormont.ca

South Stormont offers exceptional camping along the St. Lawrence River, with convenient access to the Waterfront Trail and ample opportunities to enjoy the stunning outdoor scenery and historic attractions of the Upper Canada Region.

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Bayham - Discover the Opportunities!

56169 Heritage Line, PO Box 160 , Straffordville, Ontario
Southwestern Ontario

 5198665521  www.bayham.on.ca

Fun-filled unique family festivals (EdisonFest/Canada Day/Beachfest/Watermelon Fest), beautiful beaches, camping, cottages/B&B, birdwatching, fishing, boating, golfing, cycling/hiking trails, fascinating museums/1840 Historic Lighthouse, restaurants/shops.

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Brampton Tourism

2 Wellington Street W. , Brampton, Ontario
Greater Toronto Area

 905-874-3601  www.brampton.ca

Brampton, right beside Toronto, has something for everyone to enjoy: art and culture, natural escapes, heritage, entertainment, shopping and fabulous food. Be sure to visit our website to explore all of what Brampton has to offer and plan your next trip to Brampton.

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Central Counties Tourism

7271 Warden Ave , Markham, Ontario
Greater Toronto Area

 1-855-204-8677  www.centralcounties.ca

Encompassing the Hills of Headwaters, York & Durham Regions, Central Counties is the place to Pursue your Passion! With both winter & summer activities, indoor & out, there is something for everyone! Food, attractions, outdoor fun, festivals & more!

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City of Belleville

169 Front St , Belleville, Ontario
Eastern Ontario

 613-967-3238  belleville.ca/

Experience excitement, sports, entertainment, heritage & cultural diversity in a city that's fun to live in and great to visit! Enjoy > 500 acres of parkland, 17 km of scenic, multi-use trails and stunning floral displays. Swim in one of many pools or take the kids to a splash pad. See a concert

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City of Port Colborne Festivals & Events

296 Fielden Ave. , Port Colborne, Ontario
Niagara Region

 905-835-2900  portcolborne.ca

Explore our vibrant, active & fun community located on the N. Shores of Lake Erie. Enjoy festivals & entertainment, white sand beaches, unique shopping districts & so much more! #PORTicipate & Experience Port Colborne. See website for events.

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Clarington Tourism

181 Liberty St. S. , Bowmanville, Ontario
Greater Toronto Area

 905-623-4356  www.claringtontourism.net

Visit Clarington, just 45 minutes east of Toronto along the shore of Lake Ontario. Home to a world-class race track; fast-paced ski hill; some of the best fishing in Ontario; year-round zoo; pick your own farms and orchards; winery & brewery; restaurants; & vibrant waterfront. Make Clarington your vacation destination!

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Cobourg Beach and Summer Festivals

39 Queen Street , Cobourg, Ontario
Central Ontario

 888-262-6874  www.cobourgtourism.ca

What's the answer to the perfect beach getaway? Beautiful, clean sandy shores, splash pads for the kids and nearby shopping and dining. Cobourg Beach just an hour east of Toronto and it's the perfect spot to relax in the sun with the whole family. You can't help but Feel Good in Cobourg!

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Discover Heritage Perth - beauty, culture, food & fun!

11 Gore St. East , Perth, Ontario
Eastern Ontario

 613-267-1947  www.perth.ca

The Visitor Information Centre is your one-stop shop for everything to see and do in Perth! Located in the Matheson House Museum, we are open 7-days a week and carry information on accommodations, restaurants and shops, parks, festivals, events, local attractions, weddings and Last Duel Campground.

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Downtown Brockville

3 Market St W, Ste 2 , Brockville, Ontario
Eastern Ontario

 613-345-3269  www.downtownbrockville.com

Steps from the St. Lawrence River & the famous 1000 Islands, Brockville is alive & vibrant. Featuring Aquatarium, Canada’s premiere Heritage Theatre, Canada’s First Railway tunnel & world-class freshwater diving. Enjoy our unique history & architecture, shops & restaurants.

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Downtown Orillia

33 Mississaga St W , Orillia, Ontario
Central Ontario

 705-325-3261  www.downtownorillia.ca

Small-town charm...big city draws! Stunning street art, bustling shops, trendy restaurants and pubs, Saturday Farmers' Mkt, timeless landmarks plus yr round Festivals, Downtown Orillia has it all!

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Elora & Fergus Tourism

10 East Mill St , Elora, Ontario
Southwestern Ontario

 1-877-242-6353  www.elorafergus.ca

The dramatic beauty of the Elora Gorge, world class festivals, a haven of arts & culture, all with a heritage river running through it; summer music festivals on the banks of the Grand; an outdoor adventurer’s dream. Everything you imagine & so much more.

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Experience Oakville!

1225 Trafalgar Road , Oakville, Ontario
Greater Toronto Area

 877-OAKVILLE (625-8455)  www.visitoakville.com

A dream destination! Exceptional waterfront, stunning parks & beaches, beautiful biking & hiking trails, boating, horsebackriding, golfing, galleries, festivals, shopping, theatre & dining are just a few of the reasons Oakville is a “must-see”!

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Explore Sensational Smiths Falls!

77 Beckwith St. N , Smith Falls, Ontario
Eastern Ontario

 613-283-4124  www.smithsfalls.ca

Visit Ontario’s first UNESCO World Heritage Site! Located in the heart of Eastern Ontario on the banks of the historic Rideau Canal. See the impressive Locks, enjoy shopping, dining, museums, theatre, art galleries, boating, hiking, biking, fishing and so much more!

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Guelph Visitor Information

52 Norfolk St , Guelph, Ontario
Southwestern Ontario

 1-800-334-4519  visitguelphwellington.ca

The Visitor Information Kiosk conveniently located at Guelph Civic Museum will help you map out your game plan. From where to stay to what’s on tap to the hottest tickets in town, we know this city inside out. Experience Guelph the way we do. Ask anyone. They love it here too!

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Kawartha Lakes Tourism

180 Kent Street West , Lindsay, Ontario
Central Ontario

 866-397-6673  www.explorekawarthalakes.com

Just 90 minutes NE of Toronto, naturally beautiful Kawartha Lakes on the Trent-Severn Waterway is an ideal getaway. Outdoor adventure on water and land abounds and small communities along the way invite you to stop and linger while you enjoy friendly hospitality. Call us for our new map guide!

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Killarney Mountain Lodge

3 Commissioner St , Killarney, Ontario
Northern Ontario

 705-287-2242  www.killarney.com

Located on the spectacular north shore of Georgian Bay. Famous for its friendly ambiance, distinctive cuisine & exciting outdoor wilderness adventure programme. Cruises, Guided Excursions, Hiking, Kayaking & Canoeing in Killarney Provincial Park. There's no other place like this!

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Madawaska Valley Events

19503 Opeongo Line , Barry's Bay, Ontario
Eastern Ontario

 613 756 5885  www.madawaskavalley.ca

Find your path in the Madawasaka Valley where culture and wilderness experiences meet. Wander through the Artisan Festival on July 8th to find a hand made treasure, excite your taste buds at Taste of the Valley on Aug 18th and celebrate trees at There's Art in Your Wood pile festival on Sept 16th.

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Niagara-on-the-Lake Tourism

26 Queen St., lower level of Court House Building , Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario
Niagara Region

 905-468-1950  www.niagaraonthelake.com

Your information source for all types of queries, accommodations & ticketing needs. Our trained professionals will help you make the most of your experience. Enjoy fine dining, award winning wineries, historical sites, unique shops, fabulous theatre & so much more!

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Norfolk County: Port Dover to Long Point

185 Robinson Street, Suite 200 , Simcoe, Ontario
Southwestern Ontario

 519-426-9497  www.norfolktourism.ca

Explore our beaches, back roads and ports, from Port Dover to Long Point. Go boating, hike and fish. Norfolk County is Ontario's Garden, with wineries, farm markets and festivals. We grow more cherries, pumpkins, strawberries, sweet corn and sweet potatoes than anywhere else in Canada.

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Orangeville

200 Lakeview Ct , Orangeville, Ontario
Greater Toronto Area

 1-855-415-8687  www.orangevilletourism.ca

Enjoy the Orangeville Blues and Jazz Festival June 1 to 4! Fiery guitar licks and soulful lyrics can be heard throughout Orangeville as musicians and music fans alike take over the streets, pubs, municipal buildings and parks to enjoy some of the best blues and jazz music in the country.

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Toronto

Visitor Centre, Union Station, 65 Front Street West , Toronto, Ontario
Greater Toronto Area

 416-314-5899  www.SeeTorontoNow.com

Between world renowned festivals, Broadway theatre, thrilling sporting events & one-of-a-kind attractions, Toronto always gives you a reason to celebrate, no matter what time of year. From world class exhibits and a-list events, enjoy the city with your family, girlfriends or as a romantic getaway.

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Tourism Burlington Visitor Centre

414 Locust St. , Burlington, Ontario
Greater Toronto Area

 1-877-499-9989  www.tourismburlington.com

Burlington is located along the shores of Lake Ontario near major hwys & 2 major airports. Home to a beautiful waterfront but also parks, sports & recreation facilities, festivals, shopping, dining & culture.Fun for the entire family! Get social with us #VisitBurlON on facebook, instagram & twitter

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Tourism Goderich

91 Hamilton Street` , Goderich, Ontario
Southwestern Ontario

 519-524-6600  www.goderich.ca

See the prettiest town in Canada! Enjoy our charm & natural beauty, on the shore of Lake Huron - marinas, parks, beaches, walking trails, special events, museums, heritage architecture & more. Once you visit Goderich, your heart will never leave!

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Tourism Thunder Bay

1000 Highway 11/17 , Thunder Bay,
Northern Ontario

 800-667-8386  www.visitthunderbay.com

Thunder Bay's reputation as one of Canada's Premier Outdoor Cities is well earned. Boasting the world's largest fresh water lake at our doorstep and the natural beauty of the boreal forest and the Nor'Wester Mountain range, it's just the place to get in touch with your inner adventurer!

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