Welcome to Ontario Visited Websites and our "new" Interactive Ontario Regional Map
"We are dedicated to discovering, visiting and promoting Ontario’s great festivals and events. You may be looking for a festival or an event to visit and want to find out about it before you go. You may just be interested in learning more about festivals, events and attractions in general. It’s your choice. We hope you enjoy the site and find it useful and entertaining. You can also find cheap hotels to stay in while you're visiting Ontario." Gary McWilliams (aka The Festival Nomad)
To use this map, please follow these instructions ~
- place "cursor" over area interested in and left click your "mouse"
- information about the area will appear in the upper left box
- to access articles about festivals, event, fairs and communities in the area, left click on the "Entry" icon
Ontario’s Southwest Region has a lot to see and do. There are great festivals, events, historical and culinary experiences; and not to mention, the great outdoors to explore. Regions includes Haldimand, Norfolk, Elgin, Windsor, Essex, Pelee Island, Sarnia, Lambton.
Experience the world wonder of Niagara Falls. Stroll the streets of the small town wonder that is Niagara-on-the-Lake. Or discover our wonderful wineries, spas, attractions, dining and casinos. Whatever wonders you choose, Niagara is your getaway destination for family fun or a couple’s escape.
Hamilton, Halton and Brant Tourism Region ~ “find your way to the heart of Ontario” ~ Knockout nature. Canadian history and heritage. A vibrant arts and culture scene. Awe-inspiring attractions. Fantastic festivals. Distinct downtowns. Explore Hamilton Halton Brant and discover something new.
Huron, Perth, Waterloo, Wellington Regions
Original theatre at its best; discover the wonderful outdoors; the best mountain biking trails anywhere; discover amazing family activities; whether you lean towards delicious chocolate fine dining or wonderful small town baking, you’ll find it all; weather it’s private seclusion or fun in the sun, you’ll find it on the shores of Lake Huron.
Greater Toronto Area - GTA Region
Toronto is rich with ethnic diversity, culture, attractions, and adventures. Theatre is a big draw to the city as well with many theatre festivals. Main attractions CN Tower, The Toronto Islands, The Distillery District, Casa Loma, Royal Ontario Museum, St. Lawrence Market, Art Gallery of Ontario, Hockey Hall of Fame, Ontario Science Centre, Toronto Zoo.
York, Durham and Hills of Headwaters Tourism Region ~ Ontario’s Central Counties ~ “Pursue Your Passion”. Towns in Durham: Ajax, Bowmanville, Clarington, Oshawa, Pickering, Port Perry, Uxbridge, Whitby. Towns in York: Georgina, Newmarket, Aurora, Richmond Hill, Stouffville, Vaughan, Markham.
Bruce Grey Simcoe Tourism Region
Outdoor enthusiasts love the rugged beauty of Bruce County, and some even more so in winter. Hike, snowshoe or ski the trails of the spectacular Bruce Peninsula through wooded wonderlands and amazing waterfront vistas, forge your own trails along the Lake Huron shoreline or "play" in Owen Sound.
Kawarthas Northumberland Region
This is a popular area for cottagers, nestled both east and northeast of Toronto. At every turn, some little gem reveals itself and beckons you to wish for more. Communities in Region: Bobcaygeon, Brighton, Buckhorn, Campbellford, Cobourg, Fenelon Falls, Lindsay, Peterborough, Port Hope
South Eastern Region
The Great Waterway of South Eastern Ontario, so much more than you'd expect from a fall or winter getaway, and so close to home. Region includes the Bay of Quinte, Quinte West, Belleville, Prince Edward County, St. Lawrence, 1000 Islands, Kingston, Brockville, Gananoque, and Cornwall.
Ottawa is blessed with an abundance of attractions that will enliven your visit no matter the time of year. Bask in the city’s wealth of historic landmarks — from the iconic Parliament Buildings to the Rideau Canal — all located within its downtown core.
Ottawa Valley Region
There are six distinct regions that make up Ontario’s Highlands: Comfort Country, Haliburton Highlands, and Land O’ Lakes, North Hastings, Ottawa Valley South, and Upper Ottawa Valley
Whether it’s from the streets of quaint towns, or rustic trails that zigzag through provincial parks and Crown land, you’ll be surrounded by rich history and culture.
This Region includes Muskoka, Parry Sound, Algonquin Park, Almaquin Highlands, Georgian Bay Country, Loring-Restoule. If you are looking for an outstanding vacation destination or a really great place to live, you will find it all in here!
North West Ontario Region
Northwestern Ontario consists of the districts of Kenora, Rainy River and Thunder Bay. Major communities in the region include Thunder Bay, Kenora, Dryden, Fort Frances, Sioux Lookout,
North Central Ontario Region
The North Central Ontario Region includes the City of Sault Ste. Marie. Sault Ste. Marie (aka "the Sault" or "the Soo") is a city located on the St. Marys River . It is the third largest city in Northern Ontario, with a population of approximately 75,000; residents of the city are called Saultites.
North East Ontario Region
The scenic landscape, unique heritage sites, and culture you’ll encounter vary from region to region and every community, park, lake, and attraction has something special to offer. Region includes the Greater Sudbury area. Because of the seasonal weather conditions, Suburbans enjoy a vast array of events & recreational activities.