The largest of Canada’s cities, and the capital of the province of Ontario, is home to a diverse population, reflecting its role as an important destination for immigrants to Canada.

It is a prominent centre for music, theatre, movie and television production and its numerous attractions, festivals and culture attract over 25 million visitors each year.

Toronto is a great place to begin your Central Canada RV vacation. If you decide to rent an RV, campgrounds and our Toronto RV rental location are easily accessible from the downtown core.

Downtown, don’t miss the lookout at the CN Tower – an opportunity to view the vastness of this sprawling city, located on the shores of Lake Ontario. History buffs will enjoy the Royal Ontario Museum, showcasing art, culture and nature from around the globe and a visit to Casa Loma will take you back in time to the early 1900s when this majestic castle was the largest private residence in Canada. At Ripley’s Aquarium, travelling on moving glide paths, visitors enter the ocean realm and come face to face with thousands of fascinating fishes and menacing sea creatures - everything from barracudas, to rays, to jellyfish, octopi, moray eels and giant sharks!

Toronto Island Park is worthy of a full-day trip. With beaches, wading pools and splash pads, there is ample opportunity to cool down on a hot summer’s day. Kids and parents alike will enjoy the 30 plus rides and attractions at Centreville Amusement Park and will enjoy getting lost (and found again) in the William Meany Maze.

Regardless of your interests, it’s worth spending more than a few days here to experience Toronto’s unique vibe.

Top 5 Things to Do

  • CN Tower
  • Toronto Islands
  • Yonge-Dundas Square
  • Royal Ontario Museum
  • Casa Loma

Discover your own Toronto

Vibrant, beautiful, multi-cultural - just a few words to describe Canada's largest city. Find your own words when you set out to discover your own Toronto.
Video courtesy of Tourism Toronto

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