August Travel Newsletter

by | Sep 1, 2020 | Big Blog | 0 comments

During these difficult times, getting back into the outdoors with family and friends is more crucial than ever. We need the peace and connection of the wilderness to help calm our spirits as we make our way through these uncharted waters.  

We’re encouraging everyone to explore the North now that travel to lodges, camps, and resorts in Ontario is open. With that in mind, please check out the visitor pages for some of our amazing communities in Kirkland LakeTimmins and Cochrane – make a road trip out of it, you won’t be disappointed.

Travel Ideas

Check out these Five Amazing Places to SUP in the Northeast. Author and Outdoor Enthusiast Diana Lee breaks down all of the information needed to approach a mighty SUP adventure in the great outdoors.

Jessica Huras has also put together a resource on the best hiking and biking in Sudbury – an easy way to get your feet wet in Northern Ontario’s biggest city, and best kept secret for access to the outdoors.

On the Arts and Culture side, plenty of great venues are opening back up as we find our way through these uncertain times. The Callander Museum has just announced their reopening. We’ll be working on a more comprehensive list of arts and culture throughout the region, so stay tuned for more!

We can’t wait to welcome you back to Northeastern Ontario―so don’t wait.
Check out our accommodations today, and book yourself some time in the wonderful wilderness―you won’t regret it!

About Mike

Mike is an avid motorsports enthusiast - you'll find him at home on ATVs, snowmobiles, motorcycles and powerboats. Check out his Twitter feed for some great ideas on adventure travel!