Ontario: 10 ‘splashing-good’ summer activities

1. Thousand Islands

Boat-camp alongside the forest-fringed shores of Thousand Islands National Park.

Thousand Islands National Park

2. Point Pelee

Paddle the wetlands on a freighter canoe excursion.

Point Pelee National Park

3. Trent-Severn Waterway

Boat along the Trent-Severn Waterway, your holiday backyard on a locking trip to Kawartha Lakes.

Trent-Severn Waterway National Historical Site

4. Lake Superior

Discover trout, Chinook salmon, pike, walleye and perch in the waters of Lake Superior.

Lake Superior National Marine Conservation Area

5. Fathom Five

Dive into Lake Huron and discover an underwater world of natural and cultural treasures.

Fathom Five National Marine Conservation Area

6. Bruce Peninsula

Explore where warm, shallow waters meet sandy shores at Singing Sands Beach.

Bruce Peninsula National Park

7. Lake Superior

Sail into the heart of Superior on a chartered boat tour.

Lake Superior National Marine Conservation Area

8. Rideau Canal

Boat and paddle on the Rideau Canal’s waterways.

Rideau Canal National Historic Site

9. Georgian Bay

Make an adventurous day trip to Beausoleil Island.

Georgian Bay Islands National Park

10. Rideau Canal

Fish the Rideau Canal – its rivers, lakes and locks.

Rideau Canal National Historic Site

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