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What To Do In Sudbury Ontario

Updated on July 13, 2017

Sudbury Ontario Canada

For many years Sudbury Ontario took a bad rap due to the barren landscape created by the output of local mines. However that was decades ago and the conscious effort of the mining companies and communities have turned this Northern Ontario city into one of the most picturesque in Ontario. Sudbury Ontario is roughly four hours north of Toronto or eight hours north of Detroit. With three post secondary learning institutions Sudbury is commonly referred to as the educational center of the North. Whether you are coming for the day or for the week there are a ton of things to see and do for people of all ages. Lets take a closer look at What To Do In Sudbury Ontario

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Science North

Science North is the most popular tourist destination in the north. The science center which opened in 1984 has a ton of different hands on exhibits for all ages. Science North which features an IMAX theater, planetarium , nature displays and a ton more is constantly changing its exhibits to keep people coming back again and again

Science North Sudbury Ontario

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Dynamic Earth Sudbury Ontario

Dynamic Earth is a separate facility tied into Science North. This facility which goes through the history of mining is highlighted by the underground mine tour. It should be noted that Dynamic Earth is not open year round as it is closed in the winter due to water levels and temperature in the underground mine. A bonus for visiting Dynamic Earth is that Sudbury's landmark the Big Nickel is located in the parking lot. Along with the underground tour the facility hosts a ton of hands on exhibits plus a number of films that are extremely well done.

Dynamic Earth Sudbury Ontario

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A.Y Jackson Lookout Sudbury Ontario

One of the most beautiful waterfalls in Northern Ontario is located about forty kms outside of the city of Sudbury and it will truly take your breath away. AY Jackson Lookout or High Falls is located near the town of Onaping and was made famous by being a favorite spot of The Group Of Seven painters, a premier group of Canadian painters. The A.Y Jackson Lookout has a series of trails for all levels of hikers. For those not wanting the sometime difficult hike along the outside of High Falls there are a series of platforms just outside of the parking lot. There is a good reason High Falls is a favorite of locals and one trip to A.Y Jackson lookout will show you why. There is no fee but access in winter can be difficult

A.Y Jackson Lookout

Bell Park Sudbury Ontario

Bell Park is another local and tourist favorite. Located along the shores of Lake Ramsey there are a series of boardwalks around the lake showing the beauty of Sudbury. Along with the boardwalk trails Bell Park is also home to one of the largest beaches in Sudbury that is supervised by life guards during the summer seasons. Bell Park is also home to the annual Dragon Boat races and during the winter a maintained skating trail on Lake Ramsey. There is no fee for this area and people use it year round.

Bell Park Sudbury Ontario

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Golf In Sudbury Ontario

Sudbury is home to several golf courses with the top being Timberwolf Golf Club which is a high level course that hosted the Canadian PGA seniors championship. Timberwolf is truly a beautiful and difficult course. If you are unable to get a tee time at Timberwolf the two next favorite courses in Sudbury are located in Lively and Chelmsford both old courses that continue to attract golfers year after year.

Sudbury Drone Tour

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Killarney Provincial Park

Killarney Provincial Park is just a short drive from Sudbury Ontario and is considered to be one of the premier parks in Northern Ontario. Killarney which hosts almost any activity you can think of from hiking to canoeing to kayaking to camping to the best fish and chips in Ontario. Its stunning beauty any time of the year to fresh clean lakes it is no surprise why tourists and locals flock to this provincial park season after season

Sudbury Ontario Wrap Up

As you can see from this particular hub page there is a lot to see and do in Sudbury Ontario. If you are just looking to spend a day or a week in our city I am sure you will be pleased with your visit.

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