October Travel Newsletter

by | Nov 11, 2020 | Big Blog | 0 comments

We hope everyone enjoyed their fall road trips, and are now getting settled for winter. The current situation has definitely changed some of our short term plans, but we can’t tell you how proud we are of both the businesses of Northeastern Ontario, and of you, our visitors, for keeping things safe this summer.

We know that many of you are being told to keep travel to a minimum right now – and we get it. So, instead of the typical fall newsletter, where we’d be getting you ready for snowmobiling, ice fishing, skiing and snowshoeing, we’re going to look back at some of the great experiences we shared this past summer. We hope you’ll keep them in mind as you plan future adventures and dream of easier times ahead.

We loved seeing you here this summer, and can’t wait to welcome you back soon.

Small Town Gems in Northeastern Ontario

From award-winning distilleries, quirky theatres, fun boating adventures, and historic museums, Northeastern Ontario is home to tons of small towns full of amazing opportunities to explore.


The New Fly Fishing: 5 Surprising Reasons to Give Fly Fishing a Try with Mark Melnyk

One of the fastest growing sports in Canada, and one of the easiest to learn! We’ve rounded up the best reasons to give fly fishing a shot.

Manitoulin Island Camping and RVing Guide

Manitoulin is a fantastic place to explore in an RV or camper. Discover the famous sights of the world’s largest freshwater island and the best spots to camp.

We also spent some time revamping our pages for Fishing, Arts and Culture, Outdoor Adventures, and Touring.
Don’t hesitate to take a look and let us know what you think on our Facebook page!

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!