Central Ontario Travel Region

Central Ontario offers a wide variety of adventures for travellers.  It also offers some of the most beautiful and relaxing resorts in the "cottage country" of Muskoka and the Kawarthas.

From the shores of Wasaga Beach to the Trent-Severn Waterway to the forests of Presqu'ile Provincial Park, there's a lot to discover in Central Ontario!

For more information about the individual cities and counties of Southwestern Ontario, browse the articles below or visit the Ontario government tourism website.



Simcoe County Images

Come experience the sights and sounds of Simcoe County for yourself!

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Peterborough

The famous lift-lock of the Trent-Severn Waterway, Peterborough, Ontario.Peterborough County has the heart of a big city in the centre of a rural county filled with forests, rivers and hundreds of outdoor activities!

The city of Peterborough is known as the Gateway to the Kawarthas, and makes a great "base camp" for day trips exploring this terrific region.

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Northumberland

Victoria Hall in Cobourg, Northumberland County, Ontario, Canada.One hour east of Toronto, the rolling hills and rocky rivers of the County of Northumberland are sure to delight!

Northumberland is a region filled with water. From the sandy shores of Lake Ontario through the Trent-Severn Waterway north to Rice Lake and beyond, there's always plenty to do and somewhere new to visit whether you're boating, canoeing or driving the scenic roads and over the locks and dams.

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Hastings

19th Century architecture in Belleville, Ontario, Canada.Hastings County and the cities of Belleville and Quinte West welcome you!

Hastings County is one of the largest counties in Ontario - it stretches from the Canadian Shield to the St. Lawrence Lowlands!  Diverse geography gives us diverse wildlife and plants, and tourists are given diverse diversions!

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Haliburton Highlands

A Maple Syrup "Sugar Shack" in the Haliburton Highlands, Ontario, Canada.Haliburton County, also known as the Haliburton Highlands, sits atop the high protrusions of the Canadian Shield in Central Ontario.

The region is focused on tourism and when campers and cottagers visit each summer, this county's population quadruples.  A thriving arts community exists in Haliburton, with galleries, studios and performance spaces nestled among the rugged lakes, hills and rivers.

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