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Campervan Hire Ontario

Experience the Natural and Cultural Wonders of Ontario

Canada’s second largest province is Ontario. It is one of the most populous in the country and it is where the country’s capital city, Ottawa, is located. Its name was derived from Lake Ontario, which was a term thought to have originated from Ontari:io – a Huron word which means ‘great lake’; or Skanadario which means ‘beautiful water’ in Iroquoian languages. Its capital is Toronto, which is Canada’s largest city. Ontario has borders in Quebec (east), in the Great Lakes regions of the United States namely New York, Minnesota, and Michigan (south), in Hudson (west) and in James Bays (north). It a city that offers a wide range of attractions that bring visitors from around the world. From natural scenic spots to cultural and artistic institutions, Ontario is destination of all sorts of travel possibilities.

Places to visit in this wondrous city

Historic, cultural and artistic venues are quite abundant in the city centres of Ontario. Like many tourist destinations, you can choose to ride and camp in a motor home when you visit its cities as a family or a group.

Ontario is rich in history and culture, and these are evident in the buildings and structures within the province and its numerous city centres. The Old Fort William in Thunder Bay is a historical fort that offers re-enactments for visitors to see and experience. In the south-western part of Lake Huron are the lighthouses along the coastline. Another historic destination is the Nipissing Road which is now a part of the Trans Canada Trail which can be driven or hiked.

Among the popular structures in Ontario is the CN Tower in Toronto where tourists can see the spectacular views below and beyond the city. North of Toronto is Sainte-Marie among the Hurons. It is an area where French Jesuits lived for a decade until they fled in 1649 following the Iroquios attacks.

Niagara Falls is synonymous to Canada. It is internationally popular and visited by millions of tourists every year. There are actually three sets of falls and the largest one is known as the Horseshow Falls. It has a drop of 57 meters which creates a great water wall that stretches from Niagara Falls, Canada and Niagara Falls, USA.

Canada’s Wonderland and Marine Land are theme parks within the city of Toronto. If you have children with you on this trip, make sure to take them to either or both of these attractions.

The Thousand Islands has borders in the US and Canada. The islands are rest on granite shelf which extends from the Canadian Shield to the USA’s Adirondack Mountains. It is the oldest and most popular holiday destinations in Ontario. The Gananoque is the major resort town in the area and the gateway to the islands.

Parliament Hill is usually the first destination of tourists when visiting Ottawa. The buildings are set above the Ottawa River and the Peace Tower is sort of the emblem of the entire attraction.

Provincial and National Parks

Ontario’s provincial and national parks are among the most stunning attractions in the country. You can take a hike or ride in a canoe when visiting the lakes in wooded areas. You can visit the forests of Algonquin, Killarney Provincial Parks, French River, Quetico Provincial Park, and Bruce Peninsula National Park. For boaters and divers, there’s the Georgian Bay Islands National Park and Fathom Five National Marine Park. Also, don’t miss Petroglyphs Provincial Park and Lake Superior Provincial Park.

RV-friendly Campsites

You can always go to more places and see scenic spots during daytime when you have a rented campervan. Come night time, it’s alright to rest and relax on a campsite that’s equipped with facilities for RVs and other similar vehicles.

You can stay in one of these campervan-friendly campsites within the Ontario area: Fifty Point Conservation Area, Sleeping Giant Provincial Park, Sault Ste. Marie KOA, Barrie KOA, Penn Lake Park Campground, and The Campground at Wesley Clover Parks. These campsites provide motor home facilities such as electricity hook-up, wireless internet, water/bathroom, play areas, pet stations, and many others.