Rainbow Country, Ontario, Canada is home to many inter-connecting lakes, rivers and islands. The region is a diverse mixture of European, Canadian and First Nation culture and traditions. Many cultures are celebrated via events, festivals and concerts year round.
The largest of the communities in Rainbow Country is the City of Sudbury, Ontario.
Just south of Sudbury is Manitoulin Island and the town of Killarney, Ontario. All communities are situated at the doorway of Georgian Bay and the North Channel of Lake Huron.
During the summer season the most popular activities and adventures enjoyed include golfing, sightseeing, fishing, flightseeing, sightseeing, touring, birding, swimming, hiking, camping, mountain biking, boating, sailing, water skiing, canoeing, kayaking, horseback riding, hunting and rock climbing.
In the winter season the tours, outfitters and guides provide cross country skiing, snowmobiling, ice fishing, downhill skiing and snowboarding.
The main parks, trails and attractions in Rainbow Country are the Cup and Saucer Trail. Mississagi Lighthouse & Bridal Veil Falls (Manitoulin Island); the Big Nickel, Grotto Lourdes and the Kelly Lake Trails (Sudbury); and the Killarney Provincial Park (Killarney).
The largest city in Rainbow Country - Sudbury - acts as the hub for services. It, in many ways, acts as a base for government, education and commercial services for the smaller towns and villages.
The communities provide a mixture of services and amenities important to travelers like accommodations (hotels, resorts, lodges, motels, vacation homes, cottages, B&Bs), campgrounds, tours, outfitters, guides, attractions, restaurants, fast food, pubs, liquor stores, coffee shops, shopping centres, big box stores, gas stations, grocery stores, banks, library, internet, marina and transportation services (charter planes, taxi, airport and rail).