Ontario's Sunset Country is a wondrous land of 100,000 lakes, 60,000 square miles of Boreal forest and a wilderness landscape with few rivals in North America. If you want to go fishing in Ontario, our lakes harbor species like muskie, northern pike, walleye, smallmouth bass and lake trout. Sunset Country is North America's big game destination with hunting for bear, moose and whitetail deer. The duck and grouse hunting are also exceptional.
Ontario's Sunset Country Travel Association represents 219 vacation resorts and fishing lodges, hotels, motels and campgrounds. You can also get information from us about fly-in fishing lodges, outpost cabins or houseboat rentals. We also represent over 136 retail and service businesses ready to provide you with the goods and services you will need during your stay.
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2013 is the year to travel to Canada! It's easy to travel to and enter Canada from the United States. All you need is a Passport for each person over 16 years of age. Here's more information on obtaining your US Passport.
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