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About Ontario

ontario, WI Ontario, Wisconsin is a town of fewer than 1,000 people with the subtle influences of Amish culture. The tiny city abounds with outdoor activities; for those who enjoy site seeing and photography, there are wildflowers that appear during the spring, filling the forest floor with bright, colorful blooms. During the summer, camping becomes popular, and it's common to see just as many mountain bikes around as there are cars on the road. Hikers and horseback riders take advantage of the great weather, and the abundance of fresh fruits and vegetables that ripen during the summer months. During the winter time, a different type of outdoor scene appears. Visitors who come around the fall and winter months can expect grape harvesting for wines and apple orchards coming alive with new fruits. The hard winter months bring snow, and with it, the opportunity to ski and snow board across the town. Many visit for Ontario's stellar bird-watching and fishing scenes, and stay at the Wildcat Mountain State park or the Cheynee Creek Campground near the Riverfront Park at Wauzeka. With tributaries of the Mississippi laced throughout the entire state, Ontario brings campers plenty of water and acres of land to stretch out and explore, making it a stellar place to visit, and an even better place to stay.