Here’s to the moments that took our breath away…the moments we knew — at our core — that people were meant to be outside.
We hope you’ll continue to find yourself at Ontario Parks throughout your life, finding new moments of discovery, connection, and wonder.
Wondering which parks are featured in this video?
Keep your eyes peeled for:
From its rich cultural heritage to its picture perfect lookout trail, there’s plenty to love about Restoule Provincial Park.
By the way, if you’re already thinking ahead to autumn, add Restoule to your list. Where else can you can revel in awe-inspiring fall colours, hike to breathtaking lookouts, and avoid the crowds?
Everyone knows how breathtaking Algonquin can be in the warmer months, but did you know this famous park has as much to offer in the winter as during the summer?
Discover a whole new side of this iconic destination by visiting during the snowy season! Travel the park by ski, snowshoe, or even dogsled.
Skating through the forest under the stars has become a bucket-list item for Ontarians.
With great hiking trails, canoe/kayak rentals nearby, and beaches with smooth rocky shores, it’s no wonder Grundy Lake is a fan favourite.
Located in the heart of the Kawarthas, Emily Provincial Park is an annual destination for many families.
Drop your line off the dock, bike, or hike the quiet campground roads and nearby Trans Canada Trail, and end the day around the campfire. This is a place for making memories.
This iconic wilderness landscape showcases the wild Georgian Bay Coast of pink granite, the La Cloche Mountains’ white quartzite ridges, and over 50 exceptionally clear, sapphire lakes set among Jack Pine hills.
You’ll fall in love with this natural gem.
Keen to visit the high cliffs and lookouts featured in the video? Sleeping Giant is the park for you.
With over 100 km of incredible hiking trails with spectacular geological features, your visit will be an adventure whether you stay in the campground, backcountry, or camp cabins!
A favourite with history buffs, summer visitors can experience life at the height of the fur trade by paddling the beautiful Mattawa River in a voyageur canoe. The park also boasts great hiking trails and waterfront campsites with scenic views, like the one pictured above.