Destination Ontario

Transfers : Airport & all airport hotels
Distance from airport : 30 km (Bolton)
Distance from city centre : 50 km
Vehicle check-in (return) is between 8:30AM to 11AM
Vehicle check-out (pick-up) is between 1PM to 4PM (on applicable days, see above office hours)
Closed: Sunday and Statutory Holidays

Nearby camping facilities ñ Toronto City : Indian Line Conservation Area.
Address : 7625 Finch Avenue Toronto.

Access : follow Finch west from Toronto just west of Hwy 427 and just to the north of the 401.

Toronto, Ontario, is a city that holds all the wonders of the world in one clean, safe, friendly place: a theatre scene rivalled only by London and New York, more than 80 cultures from across the globe, attractions that range from high art to rowdy family fun. What could make that better? Here's just a sampling of the numerous possibilities: How about packing many of our most popular attractions within walking distance of each other. In downtown Toronto, a short stroll is all it takes to travel between the Sky Dome, the CN Tower, endless shopping, top theatre, the waterfront, and inspired cuisine. Beyond the cosy and quirky neighbourhoods of the city are more fabulous attractions, plus countryside, Niagara Falls, a wine region and outdoor adventures, all an easy drive away.

The city of Niagara Falls, Ontario, is home to one of the greatest natural wonders in the world. Every minute, 150 million litres of thundering water pour over the falls that give the town its name. Visitors can suit up in raingear and brave the tempest at the base of the falls aboard the Maid of the Mist, swoop over the rapids and whirlpools aboard a cable car, or board a helicopter for a view like no other.

Stand in awe of the Port Severn landscape and realize why it has inspired generations of painters. Relax and re-energize at grand lakeside resorts offering year-round activities. Or venture into the heart of Algonquin Provincial Park for a "Wolf Howl" where eerie "conversations" haunt the stillness of the night.

Be fascinated by the colours and sounds of the daily Changing of the Guard ceremony, mid-June through August, at the Ottawa's stately Canadian Parliament Buildings.

Spend a relaxing day in the company of heritage homes, artisans and shops in Merrickville, considered one of Canada's prettiest villages.

Follow the historic Rideau Canal, taste sweet maple syrup and visit villages loaded with history and charm.: Catch the summer "Sunset Ceremonies" at Kingston's Fort Henry where split-second drills and field manoeuvres are performed to the sounds of military music, thundering gun salutes and brilliant fireworks.

Explore the exquisite beauty of the 1000 Islands (actually 1,800) on a cruise that winds past tree-clad isles, palatial waterfront homes and quaint island cottages. Tap the sap and taste the sweet maple treats at the many annual March-April maple syrup festivals in Lanark County - the "Maple Syrup Capital of Ontario."

Grand River Country is the perfect spot for some lovely, leisurely exploring. Savour Mennonite flavour - near Waterloo and Kitchener, at the St. Jacobs Farmers' Market, one of the oldest in Canada, featuring field-fresh vegetables, and traditional Mennonite quilts, handicrafts and homemade goodies.

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