Ontario Accommodations

When you visit Ontario Canada, don't feel restricted to Toronto, the provincial capital, or Ottawa, the federal capital. Ontario is home to Canada's side of the Great Lakes and provides an amazing amount maritime leisure and history, particularly when you realize it's all fresh water! And don't forget Niagara Falls Ontario for moving fresh water.

Travel In Ontario is a comprehensive online resource for Ontario accommodations. The cities have excellent choices for hotels and motels and never far away you can find bed and breakfasts, RV campgrounds, resorts and cabins/cottages. Ontario accommodations vary in accordance to geography (lots of cottages in the Muskokas) and many offer online availability/booking features.

Travel In Ontario's articles give practical Ontario travel tips and give you an opportunity to offer your own perspective on an Ontario accommodations provider or destination.


Get a taste of true multiculturalism in Canada's largest city, which is also the 5th largest city in North America. In Toronto, immerse yourself in pro sports, arts and cinema.

Central Ontario

Relax in Ontario's beloved Lakeland and cottage country with the Muskokas, Haliburton and the Kawarthas being key resort areas.

Northern Ontario

Canoe or hike through this vast unspoiled wilderness. Fishing and hunting are regular past times. Thunder Bay on Lake Superior is the largest centre in Northern Ontario.

Southwestern Ontario

This picturesque region embraces its British roots; visit London, Windsor and Stratford. Kitchener-Waterloo embraces the past through the Mennonites and the hi-tech future at the local universities.


Canada's capital city is full of historical and cultural sites. Museum fans can go nuts with Ottawa's many options including the new Canadian War Museum and The National Gallery of Canada.

Featured Ontario Campgrounds

Our featured Ontario Campgrounds provide a variety of venues for those roughing with their tent and sleeping bag or travelling in style in a new RV.

Niagara Falls

Vineyards, orchards and the world-renowned Niagara Falls make this region a must-see. Niagara-on-the-Lake is famous for the Shaw Festival and local award-winning wineries.

Eastern Ontario

Discover pioneer history, maple syrup, the Rideau Canal, and St. Lawrence River. Enjoy Fort Henry in Kingston and explore the 1000 Islands from Gananoque.

Ontario Bed and Breakfasts

Featured Ontario Bed and Breakfasts cover a terrific range of styles and geographic locations from historic homes to rural and farmland retreats.