Northern Ontario Accommodations

Rent a vacation rental home in Northern Ontario, Canada. Visitors come here to experience a real sense of adventure, enjoying ancient forests and pristine waterways. There are several areas within this region perfect for your holiday accommodations, including Rainbow Country (Killarney Provincial Park, Manitoulin Island), Algoma (Sault Ste. Marie, Chapleau, Batchawana Bay), the Near North (Mattawa, Nipissing, North Bay), Lake Superior (Fort William, Thunder Bay, Terrace Bay), and Sunset Country (Atikokan, Kenora, Ignace). Rent your holiday lodging directly from owners of cottages, chalets, bed and breakfasts, cabins, homes, and condo rental accommodations in Northern Ontario, Canada.

Northern Ontario offers activities throughout the year, always the perfect time to enjoy a condo rental, cottage rental or house rental. The summer months are popular for a cottage getaway, with an abundance of freshwater lakes, forests and rivers to explore. Boating, fishing, swimming and hiking are available throughout the local towns and cities. Being situated in northern Canada, winter adventures are also plentiful here including dog sledding and snowshoeing. Anglers will find endless opportunities for ice fishing.

Northern Ontario offers a variety of accommodation options that include condo rentals, cottage rentals or house rentals throughout the various townships. Vacation rentals from our owners provide a relaxing base to take in the beauty of the area. Canoeing and kayaking are popular activities, with abundance of freshwater lakes and rivers to explore. Visitors can also enjoy a day out in one of the neighboring towns and cities, to take in the local culture and friendly atmosphere. Unique downtown cores with quaint shops and eateries make for a wonderful afternoon.

Experience the diversity of Northern Ontario with a wide range of accommodation rentals in on of the many towns or cities from Owner Direct Vacation Rentals. A vacation rental from our owners in the Northern Ontario combine convenience with affordability, with accommodation options that can include acondo rental, apartment rental or other unique lodging.

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  • Lake of the Woods

    Kenora: Cottage
    • 6 BDR
    • 3 BA
    • Sleeps 10
    • #202228
    avg $276 CAD/night Credit Card
    Looking south onto beautiful Lake of the Woods this upscale 5000 sq. Ft. Summer home is available for limited weeks of summer rental. All cedar construction, 6 bedroom, 3 bathrooms, 2 screened porches and a deck all around the cottage. Five of the bedrooms have a view of the lake as does the dining area and the great room which is 30x60 feet with glass on both ends. Swim or fish directly off the dock. Modern kitchen with all usual appliances. Road access. Telephone. A hide away from life's stresses. There is a canoe available for guest use.

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Northern Ontario Annual Events

Thunder Bay Kite Festival (May): The Kite Festival, first held in 1981, was included in the "Top 50 Ontario Festivals" list for four years in a row. Come out and participate in the exciting kite workshops, demonstrations and activities. Previously, we have been joined by our friends from the , Toronto Kite Fliers and the New York Kite Enthusiasts. Members of these clubs continue to wow audiences with their spectacular demonstrations with their high-flying colourful kites. Don't miss this award-winning day of fun,colour and amazement!

Sudbury Gardening Festival (May): The event will include gardening-related vendors and exhibitors, as well as speaker presentations throughout the day.  The Society also hosts its spring plant sale and juried horticultural show in conjunction with the event. Admission is FREE.

Mining Day in Thunder Bay (June): A free family event, with games and prizes for the kids. Come out and learn about mining, mineral exploration and geology in northwestern Ontario. Over 30 exhbitis related to mining, enivornmental protection, gology and careers as well as opportunities to try your luck at gold panning or listen to one of the several talks related to historical mining in northwestern Ontario.  The young at heart always enjoy the chance to have an up close look at heavy equipment, diamond drills and helicopters. This outdoor event is held in Thunder Bay's beutiful Marina Park on the shore of Lake Superior.

Canada Day Celebration (July 1): Celebrate our nation’s birthday with a cake cutting ceremony, games, demonstrations and evening fireworks.

Norseman Festival (July): Annual family festival celebrating the rich history of aviation in Northern Ontario. Fly-in concert, static display, heritage display and flypast. Family activities for all ages including entertainment, food and games. This event has been attracting visitors from all over the world for over twenty years.

Kapuskasing Lumberjack Festival (July): The Lumberjack Heritage Festival desbucherons celebrates the pioneer families who carved a thriving community out of the unforgiving wilderness of Northern Ontario. The festival showcases lumberjacks, live entertainment and a live rodeo.

The Sioux Lookout Blueberry Festival (July to August): An amazing ten-day festival celebrating the community of Sioux Lookout and is accessible to everyone. With over 100 events annually, the Blueberry Festival has become a grand summer celebration attracting thousands of visitors from around the region and around the world.Kitchener-Waterloo Windclimbers

Starting on the Friday before the August long weekend and lasting for ten days, residents and visitors come together and form a bond of great communal spirit. Many of the events encompass the beauty of the area, allowing participants and spectators to enjoy the plentiful lakes and beaches. From the very young to the young at heart, and from the athletically inclined to the most sedate sport enthusiasts, there is something for everyone at the Blueberry Festival.

Moose n Fiddle Music Festival (August): 7 Musical Acts...Artisans Village...Craft Beer Tent with Lake of the Woods Brewing Company...Camping at Caliper Lake Provincial Park...Pig Roast...Meet the Artists...Pancake Breakfast...S'mores and so, much more. So bring your lawn chairs and your coolers - it is all happening in Nestor Falls, ON. The musical acts include: Hay Fever, Fu Fu Chi Chi Choir, Steph Cameron, Greyhound Riders, The Knackers, Woody Holler & His Orchestra, Del Barber & The Profiteers.

Powassan Smoke 'N' Spurs Festival (September): The Festival consists of a Rodeo with all the traditional events, a live concert on a huge outdoor stage showcasing Canadian country music singers, a Show n Shine Truck show which show cases a variety of transport trucks, both show & working trucks, an antique tractor display, an all day free kids zone with face painting, bouncy castles, an assortment of children's outdoor equipment and ride-on toys, a vendor village area that provides an opportunity for vendors to display and sell quality products or provide information about services, the food and refreshment area that provides an on-site food scene with vendors of all types, you will undoubtedly find something to satisfy your hunger, and finally an ATV / Truck & Tractor Pull which allows competitors an opportunity to gain bragging rights by demonstrating their pulling power in their respected Class.
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