Quality Inn & Conference Centre Downtown
390 Elgin Street South
Sudbury, ON P3B 1B1
Phone: (705) 675-1273
Fax: (705) 671-1766
390 Elgin Street South, Sudbury, ON, CA, P3B 1B1
- Phone: (705) 675-1273
- Fax: (705) 671-1766
The Bell Park is a local municipal park that is located along the scenic Ramsey Lake. It hosts events like Northern Lights Festival Boréal, the Sudbury Summerfest, Bell Park Gazebo Concert Series and so forth. Equipped with an amphitheatre, sculptures and a lovely locale, this park is certainly worth a visit
An acclaimed part of Rainbow Schools, the Sudbury Secondary School is a well renowned educational institute in the region. Known for its performing arts and cultural endeavors, the school takes care of grooming students in the best possible way.
The Laurentian University (Université Laurentienne) is in literal sense of the term, the land of education. It offers number of courses for both graduates as well as undergraduates. The university campus spreads across a huge area and offers an array of facilities for the growth and recreation of its students.
Located in Sudbury, the Lake Nepahwin is a beautiful lake and it's name is said to be derived from the term which means sleeping lake. You can also enjoy activities like fishing at this lake.
The Ramsey Lake is a beautiful lake that is known for fishing. At this lake, you can indulge in exciting activities like boating, water skiing, sailing and so forth.
Located on a hill top, the Big Nickel is a replica of a nickel that was prevalent in 1951 in Canada. In 2001, this replica was renovated and now is a part of the Dynamic Earth grounds.
Managed by the Nickel District Conservation Authority, the 2,400 acre Lake Laurentian Conservation Area is a frequented site in Greater Sudbury that stretches from Lake Ramsey to the Southeast Bypass. It encompasses various trails, lookout points, wetland and bird watching areas. While it is ideal for a picnic or a family outing amidst nature, you could also indulge in trekking, hiking and cross-country skiing (during winters).
Located in the city of Greater Sudbury, the Daisy Lake is a beautiful lake and also features the Daisy Lake Uplands Provincial Park.
The Whitewater Lake is a beautiful lake that offers several recreational activities and it even conducts fishing tournaments, boat racing championships and so forth.
A great way to spend your weekend during the summer in Greater Sudbury would be by visiting the Dinosaur Valley Miniature Golf. Here, you get a chance to explore 54 holes distinguished into 6 difference miniature golf courses. Also for your viewing pleasure are more than 20 sculptures of dinosaurs and insects that offer a visual treat for one and all. This attraction is open from May to September and hosts variety of sports and family events. This award winning park was inaugurated in 2003 and is dedicated to families of those affected with cancer. Call or visit their website for more information.