Thousands of lakes fleck the surface of Ontario, which is why the Iroquois people named the province to refer to its “glittering waters.” Among the practically endless destinations for aquatic leisure in Canada’s warm months, the Georgian Bay Islands Nation Park surrounds a pristine blue lake with islets that can be reached by way of Honey Harbor. Canada’s second-largest province is bookended by the St. Lawrence River and the Hudson Bay. It includes the Canadian Shield, which is known as cottage country. There, the heartiest of travelers enjoy their summer holiday in cabins nestled among the wilderness. Of course, any visitor to Ontario cannot forget the Niagara Falls, perhaps the country’s greatest marvel. To truly soak in Ontario’s glittering landscape, check out these stylish cabins, tents, and yurts and take the plunge!