Where can you find the best Ontario map? Paper and on-line? Find out here!
In these days it seems everyone has a GPS but there are some of us (myself included) who prefer the old-fashioned paper map.
Most of the Ontario tourist offices have road maps of Ontario available for free. You can also order one from Ontario Tourism by calling 1-800-668-2746.
For city maps, you can usually get free ones from the local tourist office as well. I usually stop in to the tourist office upon arrival in any city and pick up a map along with handy pamphlets about local attractions.
Many times you'll find discount coupons there as well, so it's worth a visit!
There are many maps of Ontario available on-line. If you're looking for an INTERACTIVE map, this GOOGLE map I've formatted for you may be useful. This isn't the ENTIRE province but it does show a lot of Southern Ontario including some prime tourist hotspots .
If you place your cursor on the map and then drag it left and right and up and down, you'll see all of the major tourist places appear: Niagara Falls, Toronto, Ottawa, Algonquin Park, etc. Click on the "View Larger Map" link in the bottom LEFT HAND corner, and it will take you to Google Maps. There you can plug in the names of OTHER cities and towns or parks that interest you, and it will show you where they're located.
Looking a map for a specific city? Find it here:
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