Explore beautiful, Bluewater country! Ontario’s Great Lakes regions feature the most geographic diversity in the province, from the fertile St. Lawrence Lowlands, rare Carolinian ecosystems and beckoning beaches to the rugged Canadian Shield and two World Biosphere Reserves - the Niagara Escarpment and Georgian Bay’s 30,000 Islands. The regions also harbour communities with equally diverse heritage and cultural attractions.
Since 1985, the Ontario Bluewater Visitor Guide magazine has promoted the scenic travel routes, communities and coastal culture from the shores of western Lake Erie and Pelee Island to Lake St. Clair, Lake Huron, Georgian Bay and Manitoulin Island. Now points of interest maps, events, weather and travel advisory along the Bluewater Route are featured online. Search by service categories, province-wide, by region or town for exciting activities to see & do, intriguing cultural attractions, or more tourist information. Find welcoming accommodations to stay & sleep, fun places to eat & drink or enjoy charming shops & services that cater especially to visitors.
This site enables you to visit a specific location or tour through numerous areas along the route to explore the best that Ontario has to offer – it’s “yours to discover”.