ONTARIO EAST . . . . .
A region of striking contrasts - dynamic cities, and rugged countryside, picturesque towns and pastoral country roads.
A region alive with seasonal festivals and rich historic sites, including Upper Canada Village near Morrisburg and Bellevue House in Kingston.
A region that’s home to both the world famous 1000 Islands and the excitement and pageantry of Ottawa, Canada’s Capital Region.
A region with endless tracts of unspoiled beauty, the historic Rideau Canal, thousands of lakes and rivers and dozens of National and Provincial Parks.
With its breathtaking scenery and distinctive architecture, Ontario East is truly one of the sweetest places in the world! There are hundreds of beautiful crystal clear lakes and rivers that offer a welcome escape from the city. The St. Lawrence and Ottawa Rivers, the Thousand Island and the Land O’Lakes areas are just some of the examples of natural beauty you’ll find in Ontario East.
When you’re not fishing, relaxing by the water or listening to the loons on a moonlit lake, why not take in the historic sites of Ottawa, Cornall, Kingston, Brockville, Gananoque or any of the small, picturesque villages in between.
We’re glad you’ve decided to visit, because we know you’re going to have the time of your life discovering Eastern Ontario!