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Things to do in Ontario
Planning a visit to Ontario? Or maybe you're a local that's just looking for what's going on. Here's a sampling of some of the popular local events in the province.
Southern Ontario & Niagara Falls Events
2015 The Running Dead 5K
Run for your life in Sarnia, as the city is infested with zombies. This fun-filled 5K Zombie Fun Run is held at Canatara Park – start time is TBA.
2015 Harvest Festival
An autumn celebration featuring trick or treating, children's activities, a petting zoo, pony rides, and more held throughout downtown Orangeville. The festival start time is TBA.
2015 VegFest London
Now in its second year, VegFest celebrates healthy living and healthy eating with vegan vendors, fitness gurus, cooking demonstrations, and a children's activity area. The festival is held at the Western Fair District.
2015 Niagara Falls Santa Claus Parade
A fun-filled, holiday parade held in downtown Niagara Falls, featuring a visit from Santa Claus. The parade begins at 11 a.m.
2015 First Light at Sainte-Marie
A unique tradition held at the Sainte Marie among the Hurons National Historic Site of Canada in Midland, this festival features the lighting of 5,000 candles, live music, First Nationals drum performances, and more.
2015 Annual Winter Wonderland
Visit Last Duel Park in Perth on select nights in December. There, you'll enjoy sleigh rides, bonfires, hot chocolate, Santa Claus, and plenty more holiday fun. Event time is TBA.
Toronto Metro Area Events
2015 Boo at the Zoo
Dress up the kids and head to the Toronto Zoo for some Halloween-themed fun, including a parade, Play-Doh Activity Tent, and the one-night-only Pinata's for Pandas event. The event takes place during regular zoo hours.
2015 The Royal Agricultural Winter Fair
A massive get together, featuring over 300 vendors, equine and livestock shows, dog shows, and so much more festivities. The event is held at Exhibition Place Toronto. Event times vary by day.
Northern Ontario Events
A fun-filled afternoon held at Prince Arthurs Landing in Thunder Bay, featuring local merchants, costumed guests, and plenty of family-friendly activities for all to enjoy. The fun begins at noon.
2015 Sioux Lookout Beer Tasting
Enjoy delicious brew samples provided by Woods Brewing Company at the Sioux Lookout Community Museum. The event begins at 7:30 p.m.
2015 Big Nickel Hockey Tournament
A premier AAA hockey tournment is hosted at various venues throughout greater Sudbury. Game times and locations are TBA.
2015 Greater Sudbury Santa Claus Parade
Get into the holiday spirit with Sudbury residents during the Santa Watch Party, the festive parade, and a dazzling fireworks display. The event is held in downtown Sudbury, with a start time that is TBA.
2015 Wabigoon's Winter Showcase
Get some holiday shopping done early at the Wabigoon Memorial Hall in Dryden, when local merchants and vendors offer up some unique handcrafted gifts. Food will be available as well. The market opens at 4 p.m. Friday and 11 a.m. Saturday.
2015 New Year's Eve Family Frolic
Help usher in the New Year at Fort William Historical Park in Thunder Bay. The event will features tons of family-friendly games, activities, and entertainment. The countdown begins at 6 p.m.
29th Annual Hayleyfest
Get into the holiday spirit with an evening of holiday classics beautifully sung by local student choirs. The event is a North Bay tradition, held at the Capitol Centre. The evening begins at 7 p.m.
Must See in Ontario
Across Ontario, from cities like Kenora to Toronto, you'll find a variety of exciting and unique festivals fit for all members of the family.Festivals Across Ontario ►
Possibilities are endless in outdoor Ontario. Visit wineries or play golf, take in a fishing trip, hike or bike the many trails, and hit the slopes.Adventure Awaits ►
Ontario Fall Colours
Experience Ontario's stunning fall colours with drives to provincial parks, lakeshore escarpments, and rolling countrysides.ON Autumn Adventures ►
Travel across Ontario and visit these choice universities and colleges. From Toronto to Ottawa.Back to School in ON ►
Attention agritourists! Explore Ontario cities and countryside for farmers' markets, wineries, and pick-your-own farms.Farm Fun in ON! ►
Ontario for Kids
Check out Ontario's kid friendly activities like the Miller Museum of Geology and the Centreville Amusement Park in Toronto.Visit Kid-Friendly ON ►
Ontario Capital Cities
Explore the many sports spots, historic sites, cultural centers, and kid-friendly activities of the Toronto and Ottawa areas.Learn More ►
North Ontario Winter Fun
Experience northern Ontario winter activities like ice fishing, skiing, and ice skating from cities like Kenora to Thunder Bay and Cochrane.N. Ontario Winter Festivities ►
Browse pet-friendly hotels in Ontario – plus pet-friendly events, parks, and facilities in the Toronto and Ottawa metro areas.Find Pet-Friendly Hotels ►
Ontario Sports Teams
Experience the wide world of exciting sports events around Ontario. MLS games, to NHL, and MLB.Ontario Sports! ►
- 28 Cultural Ontario Travel Destinations!
Outdoor Music Festival
Here are 28 museums and cultural destinations for families, travelers, and vacationers to do throughout Ontario.
- Eight Golf Courses in Ontario
Tee off in Ontario
Enjoy the lush fairways and neatly manicured greens as you golf around Ontario. A range of Ontario golf courses awaits you.
- 18 Off The Beaten Path Outdoor Destinations in ON!
Fruit picking with kids
Visit 18 off the beaten path but very rewarding outdoor destinations, spread across the beautiful province of Ontario.
- 11 Annual Events & Festivals in Ottawa!
Offering a year-round calendar of events and festivals, Canada's capital keeps its reputation as one of the most vibrant festival cities in Canada. Be sure to plan your visit around these number of events.
- Ontario Drive Tour Top Stops!
Check out attractions like Niagara Falls and Bruce Peninsula along an adventurous drive tour of the Niagara Excarpment.
- 8 Fishing Holes in Ontario!
Fishing in Ontario.
From Lake Ontario to the Georgian Bay, Toronto to Ottawa, and everywhere in between, Ontario features excellent fishing holes throughout.
- 8 Not-So-Obvious Toronto Fests
Celebrate Your Way in Queen City
Explore eight annual events in Toronto like parades, fairs, and fests for food, jazz, dogs, and more – held throughout the year.
- 7 Festivals in Northern Ontario!
Take your pick from the seven northern Ontario festivals, all of which celebrate this region's unique and special characteristics.
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