Ontario is the most populous province in Canada, so there needs to be plenty of things to do in order to entertain the people. It is also the second largest province by area, meaning there is so much room for activities!
From restaurants to adventures, spas, resorts, cities and towns, the list can go on and on forever. Grab a pen and start checking because I've compiled a list of certain things every Ontarian should do at least once.
Explore our beautiful province as it's truly "yours to discover." If you’ve done everything listed or perhaps even half - let me tell you, that is very impressive.
Take a look at this bucket list every Ontarian should complete before they die:
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1. Go canoeing, skating, skiing or snow shoeing down the Rideau Canal.
2. Of course you have to Visit Niagara Falls to gamble, take Insta photos and a Journey Behind the Falls.
5. Go to the Rainbow Bridge.
6. Have an extraordinary adventure at Cave of The Winds.
7. Spend a day going on cable traverses, jumping on hammock nets, crossing wooden bridges, swining on Tarzan swings and zip lining through the woods at Treetop Trekking.
8. Stay overnight at the Long Point Observatory for an unforgettable star gazing experience.
9. You must camp at Algonquin Park at least once.
13. Rent a cottage at Muskoka.
14. Or throw a party at a mansion.
18. And dirt biking at Trail Tours.
23. Go for movie night at Trius Winery.
34. Challenge yourself in a corn field adventure at Hanes Farm.
40. Drink beers at Wellington Brewery (Canada's oldest micro-brewery.)
44. Experience a half day survival tour with Barefoot Bushcraft.
46. Drive million dollar cars for 5 hours with Ultimate Exotics.
52. Spend a day at Wasaga Beach.
53. Go skiing at Blue Mountain and Horseshoe Valley.
69. And the OPP museum.
70. Munch out at the Pancake House in Georgetown.
72. Have a unique First Nations cultural experience (Pow-Wow dancing, spirit circles etc.) at Manitoulin Island.
73. Spend a day at Point Pelee National Park.
75. And Ouimet Canyon (Ontario's very own mini Grand Canyon.)