Vaughan Travel Guide
Welcome to Vaughan, ON!
The City of Vaughan is situated along the northern border of Toronto, right above the former city of Etobicoke. Although the city counts less than 200,000 in population, there are a lot of noteworthy attractions and events characteristic of a city much larger. Vaughan is best known as the site of Paramount Canada's Wonderland, Canada's largest theme park. The park features over 200 attractions and more than 60 rides, attracting over 3 million visitors annually. The McMichael Canadian Art Collection is nestled within 100 acres of pristine woodland and showcases pieces from Canada's famed Group of Seven, as well as First Nations, Inuit and contemporary artists. The Kortright Conservation Area is home to one of Canada's largest environmental education centres. With over 800 acres of green space, 18 km (11.2 mi) of hiking trails and countless educational opportunities, the park has become a popular destination.
The Soccer Centre is a large, 130,000-square-foot facility used for indoor soccer as well as field hockey, lacrosse, rugby and lawn bowling.
Hotels & Motels
This all-suite hotel is catered for business travellers and includes kitchens, private bedrooms, whirlpool tubs and more.
Golf in the summer and ski in the winter at Uplands, just north of Toronto.