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Visit one of Canada's most beautiful provinces and soak up all the wonders it offers. Ontario is a beautiful destination for travelers located in Central Canada and a home to Toronto, the nation's largest city. The province's four seasons make it the best choice for travelers with unique vacation needs. You can look for ideal vacation rentals in various places when traveling here, including near famous attractions sites. You can book a rental property near Niagara Falls, Lake Ontario, Lake Erie, Lake Huron, Ottawa, among other places. With a variety of natural sites and urban areas near your rental property, you'll have many options for outdoor activities.Vacation rentals for everyone
For an enjoyable vacation experience, you need to look for the perfect vacation rentals that'll suit all your needs. Ontario has ideal rental property for travelers interested in romantic getaways, family retreats, and getaways with friends. If you'd like to come with your pets, you can browse through our list and choose a pet-friendly rental with all amenities you want. Next, find a rental property that'll accommodate a larger group, such as a family or friends. Luckily, most rentals have fully equipped kitchens, living rooms, dining areas, and bedrooms. In addition, you'll enjoy amenities such as a pool, TV, balcony, view, internet, garden, and air conditioning.
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Would you like to explore Ontario with your loved ones to take in all it offers? One good thing about Ontario is that you won't struggle to find places to visit for recreation. You can head to Northern Ontario, a popular destination for travelers due to its expansive natural areas with rivers, lakes, and forests. Also, you can go to Central Ontario and visit the popular city, Toronto that has a multicultural atmosphere and beautiful parks for recreation. Next, you can head south and visit the picturesque Niagara Falls and various parks. The thing is, whether you want to explore the urban experiences or pristine natural landscape, Ontario has the best destinations to excite you.Canadian cuisine and unique local activities
You may want to hop into local restaurants for a signature dish when exploring Ontario. You can try the typical Canadian cuisine, BeaverTails, consisting of sweet dough fried with butter and covered with toppings. Popular toppings used include chocolate sauce, sprinkles, cinnamon with sugar, and fruits. If you love eating fish, you can visit a restaurant near the lake or any urban center and enjoy a delicious pickerel fresh from the lake. Next, explore various neighborhoods in Ontario such as Kensington Market, Yonge-Dundas Square, Niagara on the Lake District, Chinatown, among several others. Here, you can enjoy sightseeing and shopping in antique shops, grocery markets, or malls.
Travelers and activities
If you'd prefer exploring Ontario's cultural and historical heritage before heading to other attraction sites, the province has a lot to offer. For example, you can take your family to the Royal Ontario Museum, the Canadian Museum of History, Trent-Severn Waterway National Historic Site of Canada, or Fort William Historical Park. Explore these historical sites and learn a few details about the cultural and historical aspects of the province. Most museums have a broad range of cultural exhibits, natural science and history, and themes. In addition, you can enjoy other recreations such as picnicking, camping, sightseeing and hiking.Ontario's top beaches for water sports lovers
Would you like to spend a hot summer visiting various lakes in Ontario for water activities? The good thing is, beaches in Ontario make you feel like you have a coastal getaway. The lakes come with sand that's perfect for relaxing when the sun is hot. For example, you can visit Port Stanley Beach, on Lake Erie, Cobourg Beach on Lake Ontario, Grand Bend Beach on Lake Huron, among other beaches located in various lakes. In addition, you can enjoy water activities such as swimming, fishing, and boating. The lakes also offer perfect sites for exploring. You can hike along the lakeshores and enjoy the scenic views while taking beautiful pictures.
Did you know that Ontario has over 250,000 lakes? The freshwater lakes in this province contain about 20% (one-fifth) of the freshwater globally.
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Niagara Falls is one of Canada's most visited sites and an internationally recognized attraction. Each year, Niagara Falls receives millions of visitors who come to enjoy sightseeing, hiking, and picnicking. You can enjoy seeing the three sets of falls, especially the largest one that's known as Horseshoe Falls. If you want to catch stunning views of the falls, you can hire a helicopter with an experienced pilot to take you on a trip above the falls. You can also head to the Hornblower near the falls and get yourself a little wet.2. Algonquin Provincial Park
If you're looking for a perfect place to spend a day with your loved ones for various recreations, Algonquin Provincial Park is a perfect spot. The park is two hours from Toronto and is one of the most popular sites for outdoor activities. You can go trailing along various hiking trails as you view the stunning lakefront campgrounds. So enjoy camping with your better half or family and spend a hot afternoon in the lake.3. Canada's Wonderland
Treat your little ones to an exciting day in Canada's Wonderland during the summer months. The Wonderland is northwest of Toronto and about 30 kilometers from the city center. This massive theme park serves as a family-friendly place where your kids can enjoy various recreations. Luckily, the site has thrill rides and rollercoasters ideal for children of all ages. You can also explore the dinosaur park, water park or attend a live show within the sites.4. National Gallery of Canada
Are you an art enthusiast and would like to explore Ontario's art collections? Then, you can visit the National Gallery of Canada located in Ottawa and enjoy exploring some of the country's beautiful collections. You'll enjoy seeing a selection of artworks by some famous Canadian artists. In addition, you'll find other displays by prominent international artists. Spend a day exploring the ultra-modern architectural masterpiece, a beautiful structure designed by Moshe Safdie.5. Thousand Islands
Visit Thousand Islands that spread in the St. Lawrence River from Canadian Shield to the beautiful Adirondack Mountains. The site is one of the oldest and famous areas for travelers interested in many outdoor activities. You can enjoy hiking, boating, or exploring the cities of Southern Ontario with your loved ones. Hike on a Thousand Islands Sunset Dinner Cruise that takes you through the maze of this island. If you want to spend an evening in a town, you can visit Gananoque for nightlife with locals and other travelers.
FAQs: Vacation Rentals in Ontario
What was the average price for a vacation rental in Ontario last year?
With an average annual cost of $305 per night, Ontario is the region in Canada that has the highest prices for vacation rentals.
During which months are vacation rentals cheaper in Ontario?
According to the previous year, the months that are the cheapest in Ontario are April, March and May, with average prices of $254, $269, and $276, respectively.
When does the price of vacation rentals in Ontario go up the most?
Last year, the month that offered the highest average prices in Ontario was December, with an average price of $335 per night. This was followed by January, with an average of $330, and then August, with $325.
Should I plan a trip to Ontario well in advance?
It is recommended that you book your stay well in advance when visiting Ontario, as only 22% of our properties are usually available throughout the year.
What are the best months for a last-minute getaway?
Last year, the months with the largest number of accommodations available of the year in Ontario were October, March and November, with average availabilities of 29%, 27%, and 26%, respectively.
When will it be harder to find an available vacation rental in Ontario?
The month with the highest average booked rental figures is August (only 10% of properties were available on average last year). Followed by July (10%), and then June (17%). During these three months, the availability is only 12%. It is therefore preferable to book far in advance.
How many vacation rentals are there in Ontario?
In Ontario we have an extensive catalog of approximately 7,400 properties, with options for all tastes, thanks to our 8 local and international providers.