Get your kayak basics in a 1/2 day “getting started” kayak course.
Join a master carver and create your own carving to take home.
Train to be a future naturalist
The Future Naturalist Program is perfect for any youth considering a possible career as an Ontario Parks interpreter.
Would-be backcountry trippers can learn wilderness navigation using a map and compass in a one-day workshop designed to give the theoretical and practical skills needed to read and interpret topographical maps.
The Barron Canyon in Algonquin Provincial Park attracts thousands of visitors every year but few get to see the canyon from a canoe. The Barron Canyon Paddle is planned for July 20.
Many Ontario reptiles and other species are at risk and desperately need help and understanding. Join Natural Heritage Education staff at many Ontario Parks and learn the daily challenges animals face through discussion, hands-on learning and discovery walks.
With cameras in hand, a professional photographer will lead students on a trail along the shore of Lake Superior.
Learn to star gaze at one of many stargazing programs. Stargazing events are listed on the Ontario Parks’ Calendar of Events.
A two-day, hands- on, workshop will teach you how to build and repair dry stone walls. Registration includes lunch and camping.
Become a citizen scientist
Take part in one of the oldest citizen science surveys in the world and join Killarney Provincial Park staff and volunteers for the park’s annual Christmas Bird Count.