Northern Ontario GuideNorthern Ontario covers 90% of the area of Ontario, but has only 6% of its population. Sparse and natural, the area is known for its outdoors activities and rugged inhabitants. HotelsFind hotels in Sudbury, Sault Sainte Marie, Kenora, Thunder Bay and more.
Popular in Northern OntarioTimminsTimmins is a city in Northern Ontario with a population of nearly 43,000. The City stretches over approximately 2,961.52 km2 of land, making Timmins one of the largest cities in Canada land wise. SudburySudbury is a city of approximately 160,000 people, located in Northern Ontario, Canada. Sault Sainte MarieSault Ste Marie is a city of approximately 78,000 people, located in Northern Ontario, Canada.
In Northern OntarioKenoraKenora is a small city in Northern Ontario. It had a 2006 population of 15,177. Kenora is the westernmost major centre in Ontario. Thunder BayThunder Bay lies at the far northwestern point of the Great Lakes of North America, and is a transportation bridge between the rich agricultural Prairies of Canada and the Atlantic Ocean and the rest of the world. Blind RiverBlind River is a town in Northern Ontario and is considered a vacationer's paradise as it offers a break from busy city life surrounded by the beautiful Northern Ontario outdoors, sandy beaches, campgrounds, and a championship golf course. Manitoulin IslandManitoulin Island is large island in northern Lake Huron in the province of Ontario, Canada. Terrace BayTerrace Bay is a township in Northern Ontario with 1,800 residents that is 150 sq km in size. North BayNorth Bay is a city of approximately 53,000 people located in Ontario. The region was first populated by native Canadian tribes, and was explored and charted by Samuel de Champlain. KillarneyKillarney is a city in Northern Ontario. The municipality was incorporated in 1999 and its boundaries include the township of Rutherford, George Island, the majority of Killarney Provincial Park and the French River Delta. Parry SoundParry Sound is a city in Northern Ontario. Parry Sound is a town in Central Ontario, Canada, on the eastern shore of Georgian Bay. Temiskaming ShoresTemiskaming Shores is a city in Northern Ontario. The city of Temiskaming Shores encompasses the towns of Dymond, Haileybury, and New Liskeard. St. Joseph IslandSt. Joseph Island, is an island located in northern Ontario; this island had an approx. MoosoneeMoosonee is a city in Northern Ontario, referred to as the "Gateway to the Arctic" and is Ontario's only saltwater port where goods are transferred from trains to aircraft and barges to more northerly communities. EspanolaEspanola is a city in Northern Ontario. Espanola's population has hovered near the 5000-5500 number for the last 30-40 years. Lake Superior Provincial ParkLake Superior Provincial Park is in Northern Ontario Region of Canada. Located on the east shore of the world’s largest freshwater lake, Lake Superior Provincial Park was created in 1944 as a result of concerns raised by residents of Sault Ste. DrydenDryden is a city in Northern Ontario. Dryden is a community surrounded by the unsurpassed beauty of the boreal forest, freshwater lakes and spectacular vistas. Blue Lake Provincial ParkBlue Lake Provincial Park is in Northern Ontario, Canada. There are 4 hiking trails ranging from 1 km to 11 km in length. Red RockRed Rock is a scenic town located on the shores of Lake Superior in Northern Ontario. CochraneCochrane is a town in Northern Ontario. Ontario Northland Railway runs one trains from Cochrane: Train station is located at 200 Railway Street. Quetico Provincial ParkQuetico Provincial Park is a vast wilderness area in northern Ontario, adjoining with Minnesota's Boundary Waters Canoe Area, famous for its array of small- to medium-sized lakes and the wildlife they provide a home for. HearstHearst is a city in Northern Ontario. Highway 11 Algoma Central Railway passenger service operates on summer and winter schedules with three trains a week going south to Sault Ste. WawaWawa is a town in Northern Ontario. Greyhound Canada services Wawa daily. Mac's convenience store serves as the bus stop. PowassanPowassan is a town in Northern Ontario. Powassan, "the friendly town" had around 1200 people in the 80s, but then merged to include Trout Creek, South Himsworth and other neighbors. TemagamiTemagami is in Ontario in Canada and is a place of natural beauty. Old growth pine stands provide a magnificent backdrop for a day's hike. CobaltCobalt is a small town in Northern Ontario, Canada. Cobalt has some run-down buildings that used to be stores. MarathonMarathon is a city in Northern Ontario. It is the largest town on the Trans-Canada Highway between Sault Ste Marie and Thunder Bay. KapuskasingKapuskasing, or just Kap, is a town in Northern Ontario. It is mostly a company town; the main industry is an enormous paper mill.