The list of 2017 top 100 festivals and events in Ontario awarded by Festivals and Events Ontario (FEO).
Fathom Five National Marine Park offers you a thrilling combination of land and water adventures. Its astounding rock formations await your exploration and as they dip into the waters of Lake Huron a wealth of submerged wonder welcomes you. The clear blue waters of Lake Huron bear deep secrets about ancient boats that sailed in them centuries ago. Today 22 of these barges, schooners and steamers lie shipwrecked at the bottom of the Georgian Bay creating one of the most fascinating diving sites in North America.
Pure magic! That is the only description that befits Bruce Peninsula National Park. Rugged cliffs rise mysteriously from the turquoise waters Lake Huron creating a breathtaking contrast that is a must-see. As the rocks give way to rich soil, ageless forests take over filling the air with the scents of coniferous plants and the symphony of countless birds.
Get Hooked on Fishing! Give fishing a try on Canadian water bodies during license free fishing days.
Nature serves up magnificent displays of celestial eye candy, every day! But those in the cities often miss sighting these sparkling diamonds because of glaring city lights! This article lists designated parks that preserves the darkest of Canadian skies! Visit these places during days nearer to the new moon or during a celestial event for a sight to behold!
A list of festivals celebrating all things winter in Ontario for a winter!
Explore interactive ice displays, enjoy snow tubing, maple taffy, horse-drawn wagon rides, taste Ice wines and more!
List of places to visit that charge no admission fees and events to attend with no ticket fees/ or free to drop in.