When visiting South Eastern Ontario, be sure to keep your camera close at hand. With so many quaint towns, gorgeous scenery, and amazing dining spots, you’ll want to capture it all.
Stretching from Lake Ontario all the way up to the Quebec border, South Eastern Ontario follows along the northern shore of the famed St. Lawrence River. It encompasses the laidback charm of Prince Edward County, the historic architecture of Kingston, and the stunning views of the Thousand Islands.
Home to two UNESCO-recognized sites — the Frontenac Arch Biosphere and the Rideau Canal — South Eastern Ontario is a powerhouse destination for history buffs and those looking to get out in nature any time of the year. The region has deep agricultural roots and takes its culinary cred very seriously. Good food can be enjoyed at every stop, whether it be at a craft brewery, a farm stand, or at one of the many award-winning restaurants that populate the region.
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