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30 Images that Prove Northeastern Ontario is the Most Beautiful Place on Earth

Grace Lake, Killarney Park • Credit: Sarah Furchner
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30 Images that Prove Northeastern Ontario is the Most Beautiful Place on Earth

Sarah Furchner, an award-winning Wildlife and Nature Photographer from Northern Ontario, shares with us her unique perspective of Northeastern Ontario

Explore all the natural beauty that our photogenic region has to offer throughout the year. While summer may be the obvious choice for exploring our region, the rest of the year - including winter! - proves to be equally stunning. Experience a sampling of just one part of our region's big, breathtaking vistas and wildlife that will have you absolutely awestruck.


Bridal Veil Falls, near the town of Kagawong on Manitoulin Island, is a must-see in the region. Accommodations are conveniently available nearby at Hide Away Lodge.
Fox, Killarney

Grace Lake, Killarney Park
Killarney Park


Deer at George Lake, Killarney Park

George Lake is just as beautiful in the winter months as it is all year round! Experience winter camping in Killarney and embark on a snowshoe trek through the park, with rentals available at the George Lake office!

Saenchiur Flechey is 30 minutes from Sturgeon Falls and offers unparalleled night sky viewing. Be sure to read up on how to capture the Northern Lights for an illuminating winter experience!
Northern Lights, Sturgeon Falls
Grouse at Mashkinonje Provincial Park
Explore the Sagamok region, on the shores of Lake Huron by embarking on a nature and culture-based tour with WIkwemikong Tourism


Bridal Veil Falls, Manitoulin Island

Retreat with your family to Mashkinonje Resort and explore 35 km of hiking opportunities through Mashkinonje Provincial Park.
Georgian Bay, Killarney
Sandhill Cranes, Manitoulin Island
Black Bear, Killarney
Black Backed Woodpecker, Sudbury


George Lake, part of Killarney Provincial Park, offers campground reservations for a true Killarney experience.
Night Sky, Willisville
Little Bell Lake, Killarney Park

Black Bear, Killarney Park
Grace Lake, Killarney Park
Grace Lake, Killarney Park
Misery Bay Provincial Park, Manitoulin Island
Killarney Lake, Killarney Park
Osprey, Lake Nipissing
Killarney, on the shores of Georgian Bay, which is renowned for its shimmering blue waters. Explore Georgian Bay by boat, with rentals available through Killarney Mountain Lodge.
Gore Bay, Manitoulin Island

For even more inspiration, and to start planning your own Northeastern Ontario adventure, visit us at northeasternontario.com!

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