FAM Partners, Travel Media & Journalists, Welcome to South Eastern Ontario.
We appreciate the support of our beautiful region and we have tools in place to assist you. Our team can help organize media visits, pitch story ideas, assist with fact-checking, coordinate interviews and provide a variety of communication tools for our media clients.
Planning a visit to South Eastern Ontario? Let us know, and we’ll help with access to attractions and events, coordinating interviews, planning itineraries and assisting with transportation and accommodation. Please note, that various factors influence the level of assistance we can provide, some of which include the theme or topic of your report, the outlet in which the coverage will appear, the amount of time we have to coordinate, and the target market of the report.
About Our Region
This beautiful stretch of Ontario is entirely linked by water – from Cornwall on the St. Lawrence River to Lake Ontario’s Kingston and on to Belleville on the Bay of Quinte. In between, this region is dotted by the Rideau Lakes and winds its way north along the UNESCO Rideau Heritage Route.
Kingston 1000 Islands – On the picturesque shores of the St. Lawrence River lies the historic city of Kingston. Home to impassioned curators and creators, a place that embraces new ideas – it’s authentic, vibrant and never stops surprising. http://www.visitkingston.ca
Prince Edward County – Named ‘the gastronomic Capital of Ontario’ and one of Canada’s most exciting wine regions; Prince Edward County is a great vacation destination. Please your palette with a culinary and wine tasting adventure like nowhere else. http://www.thecounty.ca
Land O’ Lakes – On the shores, this is a hiker’s paradise with nearly 600 kilometers of trails that crisscross through the region. With its natural beauty, rolling farmlands, small towns and historic sites this is motorcycle heaven. http://www.travellandolakes.com
Rideau Heritage Route – follows the historic Rideau Canal as it winds its way through charming countryside from the shores of Lake Ontario in Kingston toward Canada’s capital on the Ottawa River. Cruise by quaint, heritage villages and through original canal locks on the UNESCO World Heritage Rideau Canal and Big Rideau Lakes. http://www.rideauheritageroute.ca
Gananoque 1000 Islands – is a boater’s paradise, fisherman’s playground, hiker’s haven and a cyclist’s waterfront adventure and it’s easy to see why it’s regarded as one of the most beautiful places on earth. http://www.1000islandstourism.com
Brockville 1000 Islands – Visit Canada’s oldest railway tunnel and go back in time with a tour through Fulford Place to get a glimpse into the lavish lives of the region’s most successful business people. A visit to the Aquatarium is a great stop to start your journey in the 1000 Islands. http://brockvilletourism.com
Bay of Quinte – The sandy beaches are beckoning; the fish are biting and pristine golf courses are daring you to give them a try. Discover why this region is known for it’s barley, hops and cheese. http://bayofquinte.ca/tourism
Cornwall and the Counties – Explore an era past in this region that was originally known as Upper Canada. Detour off the main road and take a historical trip to Upper Canada Village and meet villagers in traditional period costume. http://www.cornwalltourism.com
No matter how you choose to explore it, South Eastern Ontario offers some of the best places to visit in Ontario.
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