|Event Name||Start Date||End Date||Location||Description|
|Warm Winter Camping Overnight||January 27, 2018||January 28, 2018||Park Office||
Following the Day Workshop you may stay and experience an overnight outing and practice the skills you learned in the Workshop. Dinner and Breakfast will be provided but please identify any dietary requirements you may have when registering. Participants must supply their own camping equipment/sleeping bag and personal items. A recommended equipment list will be provided by the instructor after registering. Cost: Park camping permit (plus course and food costs). For more details and to register please call the park office at (613) 376-3489.
|Warm Winter Camping Workshop||January 27, 2018||January 27, 2018||Park Office||
Presented by: Zabe MacEachern, Queen’s University, Outdoor Education Coordinator. Winter camping can be a ‘warm’ experience when a portable wood stove and a cotton wall tent are used. With proper equipment, even groups and families can travel safely and in comfort on extended trips. All basics will be covered, including trip planning, equipment details and safety, so you can feel confident planning your own trip! Cost: Park daily vehicle permit. Pre-registration required by calling (613) 376-3489. Time: 10:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
|Winter Camping Trip Planning||February 10, 2018||February 10, 2018||Park Office||
Presented by: The Friends of Frontenac Park. Accurate pre-trip planning can minimize many of the discomforts associated with extended forms of backcountry travel during the winter. Topics include: route selection and assessment, safe forms of winter travel, shelters, clothing, equipment, menu planning, physical fitness and conditioning, and safety. Share ideas and concerns about low-impact winter camping and trip planning. Cost: Park daily vehicle permit. Pre-registration required by calling the park office at 613 376-3489. Time: 10:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
|Dion Frontenac Snowshoe Race||February 24, 2018||February 24, 2018||Meet at Park Office||
The Dion Frontenac Snowshoe Race is one of the races associated with the 2018 Dion Eastern Ontario Snowshoe Running Series. This 6.5 km race follows a rugged, wide and single track trail that includes rolling terrain on a combination of potentially deep snow and packed trail sections. There is a little bit of everything on a beautiful backcountry course! A limited number of snowshoes are available for rent. An awards ceremony immediately follows the race. For further details and to register, visit www.healthandadventure.com.
|Survival Techniques for the Outdoors||April 28, 2018||April 28, 2018||Park Office||
Presented by: Walter Sepic, Firefly Adventures, Kingston, On.
Being properly prepared is essential to survive in the outdoors. This workshop is suitable for many skills levels from novice to more experienced (12 and older). Topics covered will include: trip planning; survival kits; importance of water and filtering; food and nutrition; hypothermia; shelters; uses of tarps and garbage bags; winter survival; the elements; fire starting techniques; communication methods; etc.
Time: This course runs from 9am-4pm
Cost: registration is $20 per person. Please meet at the park office.
This course will take place rain or shine so please be prepared with suitable outdoor clothing, a lunch, snacks and water.
For more information or to register please call the park office at (613) 376-3489