We would like to acknowledge that the land we identify as South Eastern Ontario is the traditional territory of the Haudenosaunee, Anishinaabe, and Huron-Wendat Peoples. South Eastern Ontario honours and respects this land, the people, and the Treaty rights. We are extremely thankful for the original tour guides of these lands and all that they have shared.

South Eastern Ontario’s fascinating history, quaint towns, and vibrant cities are alive with a unique culture of collaboration. We work closely with each community to help grow our region’s tourism while shining a spotlight on our thriving culinary scenes, growing wine country, live theatre, artists, makers, and outdoor enthusiasts alike at every turn along the sparkling South Eastern Ontario waterways.

We span from Cornwall to Brockville along the St. Lawrence River. You’ll find Gananoque and Kingston in the heart of the 1000 Islands. To the north is Frontenac County, Rideau Canal, and Lennox & Addington, while the Bay of Quinte and Prince Edward County sits on the eastern border of the region. Whether you’re visiting us from Ottawa, Montreal, Toronto, New York, or beyond, we aren’t hard to find.

Whether food’s your thing, you’re here for sailing, or you’re looking to discover some of our most historic landmarks, South Eastern Ontario offers something everyone can enjoy.

For questions and content feature opportunities, please contact
Steve Weir, Marketing & Communications Manager at sweir@region9tourism.ca