Park visitors should be aware that that the Highway Traffic Act applies to all Ontario Park roads. Ontario is making the province’s roads (which includes all park campground roads) safer, with new changes that will help protect young and novice drivers.
As of August 1, 2010, drivers 21 and under must have a zero blood alcohol level when driving.
If caught, you face:
– A 30-day suspension
– Up to $500 in fines
– An immediate 24-hour licence suspension
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Please be advised there will be a scheduled power outage from 7:00 am to 3:00 pm on August 22 & 23, 2009. If you have questions or concerns about the outage, contact Hydro One at: 1-800-434-1235.
A significant milestone has been reached. The new Provincial Parks and Conservation Reserves Act is now in effect. Continue reading New Laws for Parks and Conservation Reserves Now in Effect
The Ministry of Natural Resources is advising campers and others vacationing in Ontario’s outdoors on Labour Day weekend to use caution with all outdoor fires and do their part in preventing human-caused forest fires. Continue reading People urged to use caution with outdoor fires
August 7, 2006
Silent Lake – Power at the park has been restored.
August 4, 2006
Awenda – The main road to the park was reopened as of midnight, however there is still no electrical or phone service. It is anticipated that electricity will be restored by Friday afternoon but phone service may not be repaired until early next week. Continue reading Latest storms less severe than in July
August 1, 2006
Ontario Parks reservation service is back to normal Continue reading Update on Storm Cleanup at Ontario Parks