Hotels in Eastern Canada – Best Western Hotels

Explore Eastern Ontario’s Local Scene, Historic Icons & Festive Events

Discover endless outdoor thrills in Eastern Ontario paired with a good dosage of culture, history, and sports. Soak up history in cities like Kingston and Ottawa and check out Fort Henry, International Hockey Hall of Fame, and of course the iconic Parliament Hill. Watch this historic building light up during the Sound and Light Show on Parliament Hill.

Bathe under the sun at Belleville’s beaches in the summer. Come wintertime, head to Ottawa’s Rideau Canal for spectacular skating and skiing. Don’t miss the popular Winterlude in February with three weekends jam-packed with activities like ice-carving competitions.

Catch a legendary jazz and blues performance at one of the many musical venues or celebrate the arts at one of the high-energy events like the Bluesfest.

Don’t forget to also dive into Ottawa’s local restaurant and bar scene dotted with bistros, cafés, pubs, and wine bars.

  

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Tour the Lush Landscape of Eastern Ontario

Cruising never felt so good. Don’t think twice and take a scenic drive to see some of the best beaches in Ontario and quaint towns that will leave you with the desire to stay a little longer. Set out to see the city of Ottawa, the Rideau Canal, and national parks with a host of camping grounds and outdoor recreation.

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All About Agriculture and Countryside Charm

Countryside attractions and agriculture abound in Eastern Ontario, especially in Ottawa and its nearby areas. Fresh fruits and produce can be found at Prouix Maple & Berry Farm.

Fill your day with stops at local vineyards, apple orchards, and charming villages. Halloween fans won’t want to miss out on the spooky Acres of Terror attraction at Cannamore Orchard.

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Culture, Art & History, All in One

Historic museums and art galleries call Eastern Ontario home. Check out the iconic Parliament Hill. Go back in time and explore transportation history at the Railway Museum of Eastern Ontario. Get the scoop on our country’s Air Force history at The National Air Force Museum of Canada. Come the fall, catch musical acts at the Festival of Small Halls held in small but cute spaces.

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Top Things to See & Do, Eastern Ontario, Canada

Plan a visit to check out the best attractions in Eastern Ontario. Get a nice mixture of events, history, and scenic wonders like Winterlude, Parliament Hill, and countryside farms where you can pick your own fruits.

Enjoy outdoor adventures in national parks with sandy beaches, plenty of nature trails, and waterfront eats.

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Fun Festivals for All Seasons

Expect an impressive lineup of festive events. Eastern Ontario knows how to make a splash.

Have your pick from TD Ottawa International Jazz Festival, Canadian Tulip Festival, and Ottawa Chamberfest. Enjoy the winter wonders of Winterlude, have a cold one at Winter Brewfest, and watch lights in action at Christmas Lights Across Canada.

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Sports, Action & More

Watch a talented ice hockey Junior league do their thing on the ice. Cheer for your favourite soccer team in Prince Edward County.

When it’s your turn to stay active, venture off to explore a backyard filled with sporting thrills. Reveal your adventurous side by horseback riding, canoeing, snowmobiling, and cycling.

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Outdoor Treks in National Parks

There are places worth more than a thousand words like the Thousand Islands. A stretch of gorgeous shorelines and rich culture. Travelers flock to these islands to soak up the rays, plunge into world-class fishing, and enjoy waterfront eats with fresh catch-of-the-day and a cold craft beer.

Whether you’re camping, kayaking, or hiking, you’re in for spectacular views along the St. Lawrence River.


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