Things to do Around Sudbury

Events of Interest

The Festival of the Sound is an annual summer festival of fine music performed in live concerts on the shores of beautiful Georgian Bay.

Destinations to Explore

Sudbury is located in Northeastern Ontario.  This large region is home to towering old-growth forests, expansive historic waterways, sprawling rural landscapes and vibrant towns and cities that offer plenty of places to explore.

Sudbury

With its world-renowned attractions, urban comforts and four-season outdoor adventures, Greater Sudbury continues to surprise and impress. We invite you to discover for yourself why Greater Sudbury is becoming one of Ontario’s popular go-to destinations. Visit Sudbury Tourism to learn about places to go and things to do in Sudbury.  

Manitoulin Island

The largest freshwater island in the world, Manitoulin Island is a unique scenic region, where life moves at a slower pace and time and water flow gently together. Awaken to the beauty of an island sun, rising over crystal clear lakes, warming azure waters and inviting you to enjoy our endless shoreline.  Learn more about things to do on Manitoulin Island HERE.

Killarney 

Situated at the entrance to the North Channel amidst sparkling white quartzite peaks and pink granite rock sits the village of Killarney, the oldest community on the North Shore. With a year-round population of less than 500, find out why Killarney is one of the biggest little towns in Canada. Learn more about things to do in Killarney HERE

Parry Sound

Nestled on the shores of beautiful Georgian Bay, a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve, Parry Sound is an all season destination.  A world-renowned jewel of Georgian Bay’s 30,000 islands region, the Town of Parry Sound is a bustling port and commercial hub.  The annual classical music festival, Festival of the Sound takes place from July 21-August 13, 2017 in Parry Sound.  

Niagara Falls

A truly mesmerizing natural sight located about 1.5 hours drive from Toronto.  Formed when the glaciers receded at the end of the last ice age, water from the newly formed Great Lakes carved a path through the Niagara Escarpment en route to the Atlantic Ocean.  At their annual peak, more than six million cubic feet of water falls over the crest line every minute.  Start planning your visit HERE.