About the province of Ontario
Ontario is Canada's most populous and second-largest province, with abundant campsites and attractions for RV campers. The name Ontario, from an Iroquoian word meaning 'beautiful lake' or 'beautiful water,' is apt since lakes and rivers occupy one-sixth of the province's total area. Two-thirds of the province lies under the Canadian Shield, which covers most of the north. To the south of the Shield lies southern Ontario, where agriculture and 90% of the population are concentrated. Where better to take your kayak, canoe or fishing boat and make new friends?
Plan your RV vacation in Ontario
Plan ahead, select the campgrounds on your route where you plan to stay, visit their websites. Make your reservations as early as possible to make sure you will have the best camping site for your motorhome or travel trailer, with the best view, the perfect location or most ideal amenities for your family.
Ontario Campgrounds and RV Parks
Camping In Ontario represents over 450 independently owned and operated campgrounds and RV parks in Ontario. To find your perfect campsite, whether for a short stay or for the season, visit www.campinginontario.ca.
Ontario RV Rentals
If you haven't had a chance to see the wonderful scenery of Ontario, or experience its history and culture then plan your next holiday by coming to Canada by plane. Fly to Toronto or Ottawa and rent an RV for a couple of weeks. We suggest you make reservations now, by checking these companies and RV Dealers who offer RVs for rent.
Rated campsites and facilities in Ontario
Camping Select has rated campgrounds in Ontario for the quality of their facilities, services, recreation activities and amenities available.
Weather and Climate
As one of Canada's largest provinces, Ontario has a wide range of climates. The summers can be pleasant, with the average temperatures in July range from 23°C (74°F) in Southwestern Ontario, to 19°C (64°F) in Eastern Ontario. In the north a bitter subarctic climate prevails, with daily temperatures near Hudson Bay of 12° to 15°C in July and -22° to -25°C in January. Winter temperatures are highest along the Great Lakes in southwestern Ontario and below the Niagara Escarpment, with daily temperatures ranging from -3°C near Windsor to -6°C near Toronto.
Ontario Tourist Office
Ontario Travel: 1-800-ONTARIO (1-800-668-2746) or 800-668-2746
Bruce Peninsula National Park of Canada
Landscapes including the northern end of Niagara Escarpment.
Link to: Bruce Peninsula
Georgian Bay Islands National Park of Canada
Captivating islands representing Lake Huron's landscape.
Link to: Georgian Bay Islands
Point Pelee National Park of Canada
Most southern point on Canadian mainland.
Link to: Point Pelee Park
Pukaskwa National Park of Canada
Canadian Shield's ancient landscape on Superior's North Shore.
Link to: Pukaskwa Park
St. Lawrence Islands National Park of Canada
Canada's smallest National Park of Canada located in Ontario.
Link to: St. Lawrence Islands
National Parks Reservations
International Reservations: 1-905-566-4321
Online Campground Reservations: www.pccamping.ca