Ontario is so much more than meets the eye. Though most are familiar with the capital city, Ottawa, and the big urban centre, Toronto, much of its massive territory goes undiscovered. Travel to Canada and lay eyes on incredible architectural design, untouched natural beauty, sandy beaches with challenging ocean waves, and sacred, spiritual spaces. | @explorecanada

10 Places You Won't Believe Are in Ontario

Ontario is a place where there’s more than meets the eye. Here's our invitation to explore the unexpected.

Georgian Bay National Park, Near Tobermory, Ontario, Canada. The Bruce Trail passes through the park.

Georgian Bay Shoreline, Georgian Bay National Park, Near Tobermory, Ontario, Canada by John Foster

Walk the Suspension Bridge in Thunder Bay, Ontario. You can even try zip lining too!  Yikes!

Suspension Bridge in Thunder Bay, East Ontario. You can even try zip lining too!

14 Surreal Places in Ontario. I hope we can see a few of these while we are there in July!

14 Surreal Places in Ontario. It's time for an Ontario road trip!

Crawford Lake Conservation Area, Milton, Ontario. My favourite place to walk and just a few minutes from home.

TONS of hikes w/in drive: Crawford Lake Conservation Area, Milton, Ontario. My favourite place to walk and just a few minutes from home.

Wilberforce Falls: 10. Kakabeka Falls, Ontario -Kakabeka is the largest waterfalls in Northern Ontario, and is protected by a lovely provincial park. Offers great lookouts,

Wilberforce Falls: Kakabeka Falls, Ontario -Kakabeka is the largest waterfalls in Northern Ontario, and is protected by a lovely provincial park.

The Bonnechere Caves can be found in Eganville, Ontario - Definitely want to go! (Cool interactive exploring feature for those who are unable to .. would be good for homeschoolers ;)

The Bonnechere Caves can be found in Eganville, Ontario - Definitely want to go! (Cool interactive exploring feature for those who are unable to . would be good for homeschoolers ;

The View from Sleeping Giant, Thunder Bay, I actually have a photo taken of the Sleeping giant from the Terry Fox lookout point just outside out Sault Ste. Marie from my trip out to Calgary AB in the early 1980s. this photo shows the enormous size of the unusual part of the end of the Niagara escarpment!

Sleeping Giant, Ontario The View from Sleeping Giant, Thunder Bay

The Sleeping Giant Situated on Sibley Peninsula in Lake Superior in Ontario, Canada is usually a lengthy rock formation of mesas and sills that resembles a sleeping giant laying down on its back when the formation is viewed from across the water in Thunder Bay, Ontario. The dramatic cliffs that form component of the Sleeping Giant rise as high as 800 feet in Sleeping Giant Provincial Park.

Sleeping Goddess at the Lost Gardens of Heligan, England photo on Sunsurfer

Tobermory, Bruce County Picture: Sunken wreck, Tobermory, Ontario, Canada - Check out TripAdvisor members' 2,007 candid photos and videos of Tobermory

Tobermory, Bruce County Picture: Sunken wreck, Tobermory, Ontario, Canada - Check out TripAdvisor members' candid photos and videos of Tobermory

Nothing Like Exploring Your Own Backyard | 17 Breathtaking Ontario Hikes To Do This Summer

17 Breathtaking Ontario Hikes To Do This Summer

Nothing Like Exploring Your Own Backyard 17 Breathtaking Ontario Hikes To Do This Summer

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