Ontario is full of amazing spots to pamper yourself. There are tons of drool-worthy restaurants, relaxing spas, and dreamy getaways. This Ontario resort is worth checking out next time you're in need of a little vacay. Not only can you bathe in the steamy outdoor pools, but you can also meet some adorable furry friends during the wildlife tour. Ontario's Cedar Meadows resort has warm Nordic baths and tons of wildlife for you to hang out with.

Located in Timmins, Ontario, the resort boasts majestic Northern scenery and a 100-acre wildlife reserve.

The rooms are furnished with traditional Canadian items to give you a true Northern experience.

The food also reflects Canadian culture, with options like Salmon Penne, Maple Bison Sausage, and an Elk Burger.

You can indulge in some major pampering at Spa Grande Nature, located on-site.

The spa offers lots of rejuvenating services, from facials to hot stone massages.

Sweets lovers can get their bodies coated in a decadent chocolate truffle mask which will be hard to resist licking off.

The Nordic baths are a must-visit. With hot and cold pools available, your circulation will be stimulated by alternating between the two.

You can watch snowflakes drifting around you as you bask in the warm waters of the baths.

One of the most unique attractions of the resort is the wildlife tours.

You can meet all sorts of animals including moose, bison, and elk.

Tours are open to the public every day at 3 p.m. and cost $12 per adult.

Climb aboard the wagon and embark on a wilderness adventure into the reserve. 

You'll actually have a chance to feed the animals by hand as they approach the wagon.

This totally Canadian getaway is open throughout the year and is the perfect spot to visit with friends, a loved one, or on your own.

You can get even more of an animal experience at this Ontario Airbnb, which lets you sleep in a real horse barn.

Cedar Meadows Resort

Price Per Night: $143+

Address: 1000 Norman St., Timmins, ON

Why You Need To Go: Relax in Nordic baths and feed moose right from your hand at this Ontario resort.


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