Travelling in Ontario - Blog

Featured image for Travelling in Ontario


Traveling Ontario with your trailer…

              Ontario has a lot to offer when it comes to scenic routes and wonderful camping areas. Most of these areas can be accessed with as little as a 20 minute drive from your home. Travelling Ontario is a great way to make memories that will last a lifetime. Any time with friends and family at the trailer is time well spent. Make the most of your summer and travel Ontario today!

Sudbury and area

              Sudbury is home to the Big Nickel, Science North, and above all else – the most stunning landscapes to evoke wanderlust on all types of campers. With vast forests and an abundance of lakes, it is quite easy to get lost in the beauty of Sudbury.  Many campgrounds on the outskirts of Sudbury available at just a stones throwaway from each other, it is simple to find your summer spot. Being close to the city but far enough away to feel at peace, Sudbury and area is a great place to park this summer and spend time with the wonderful people in your life. Don’t forget to stop by Nickel Belt Camping for all of your trailer and camping needs!

sudbury scenic.jpg

 Manitoulin Island

              With over 10 places to camp on Manitoulin Island it is not hard to find the perfect spot to park and relax. This little slice of heaven is located about an hour and a half outside of Sudbury. Whether you enjoy fishing, hunting, or just relaxing at the camper – Manitoulin Island offers it all. The friendly locals and whole-hearted seasonal campers will have your coming back to “The Island” year after year. On top of that, the sunsets here were once rated by National Geographic to be the best in the world!

swing bridge.jpg

Muskoka Area

              With over 1,600 lakes to choose from, the Muskoka Lakes region has lots of camping areas to choose from. This summer haven is located about an hour and a half outside of Toronto and three hours south of Sudbury. On top of the greenery and glistening waters, the Muskoka Lakes region has much to offer from great food all the way to a bustling night-life. With only a few thousand permanent residents, this area triples in population during the summer when Ontarians from all over flock to spend time in this beautiful area.