Maple dough boy recipe

This wonderful campfire recipe was submitted by Marketing Specialist Sheila Wiebe.

rolling pin and flourDough boys are based on a cherished family tea biscuit recipe from Sheila’s grandma, Bertha Lee. Born in 1898 in Otterville, Ontario, Grandma Lee died at the ripe old age of 102.

Today, Grandma Lee’s recipe is one of Sheila’s most treasured (and used), and Sheila thinks Grandma Lee would be tickled pink to know it’s been shared with Parks Blog readers.

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Top 10 spots for a family picnic

It’s the perfect time to pack a picnic and spend a relaxing afternoon at Ontario Parks. Without the summer crowds, it’s a snap to find a quiet picnic shelter, table or spot for your blanket and basket.

Here are ten parks with gorgeous picnic areas that are easy drives from Ontario urban centres.

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Easy campsite recipes from Ontario Parks

Maybe it’s the additional oxygen you get when you’re outdoors, or all that exercise that makes you hungry. Whatever the reason, food always tastes better when you’re camping. Here are five favourite campsite recipes to try on your next camping trip to Ontario Parks. Three are classics and two come from new campers. They participated in our Learn to Camp program which challenges new campers to cook on a camp stove. We’ve also added a link to a post from a Bon Echo Provincial Park camper on how to cook a Thanksgiving turkey outdoors BBQ turkey for Thanksgiving? Why not?. You’ll find more campsite recipes plus meal planning tips on our Learn to Camp site .

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