First Stop: TORONTO
If you are thinking of traveling across Canada, which is a great way to see the country, don't rush. Savor the experience, the small towns, the restaurants or the unusual places to sleep. Allow time for detours as these are often the times you will remember the most!
Here are some of the stops to consider in Ontario:
Enjoy a picnic near Kakabeka Falls, just west of Thunder Bay. Take a detour to Sleeping Giant Provincial Park (Click here to book your campsite) and do the Top of the Giant hike for an aerial view of Lake Superior.
We highly recommend a detour to Pukaskwa National Park, located a 3 hour and 40 minute drive east of Thunder Bay. There is an excellent campsite! Click here to find out.
Nothing beats a hike along the shores of Lake Superior. A suggestion; the Southern Headlands Trail for its combination of beaches and views of Lake Superior.
South of Wawa, stop at Agawa Bay in Lake Superior Provincial Park. Not only is there a beautiful campsite (yes it's called ... Agawa Bay Campground!) But you will find several excellent hikes there. Try the Nokomis trail;)
In Ottawa, visit the Byward Market, Parliament Hill, and consider biking for a few hours along the Rideau Canal. It is an especially beautiful outing in May when the tulips are in bloom.