The Ontario Parks website has a new feature. With the help of Google Maps service we’re now able to give you a regional map of the area for each park. Continue reading Maps and Directions
Everybody knows it’s nice to arrive at a clean campsite — and most campers make sure they leave their campsites in the same condition. But we all know there are some people who just don’t seem to care where they drop their garbage. Continue reading Rangers, Volunteers clean up mess left behind by slob campers
Multiculturalism was the theme at a recent community picnic at Bronte Creek Provincial Park. More than 300 people showed up for the June 27th event, to meet new people, explore the park and, of course, eat. The picnic was co-hosted by the park and the Halton Multicultural Council. Continue reading Bronte Creek Park Hosts Community Picnic
Corporate partnership means a lot to Ontario Parks and indirectly, to you, the visitor. One of our partners, Swish Maintenance has sponsored a variety of environmental research and trail projects in our parks over the past five years. Continue reading The Tradition Continues
Looking for a campsite on Lake Huron? Great News! Inverhuron campground will be open for camping on July 8, 2005. Reservations for camping will be available starting 10:00 am on Monday July 4th. Reservations can be made on the Internet or by calling 1 888 ONT PARK (668 7275). To read a bit more about the park, check out Inverhuron’s home page. Stay tuned for more details about our grand opening event!
Legislative Review Process For Parks And Protected Areas Moving Ahead – TORONTO
The Ontario government is moving forward with the legislative review aimed at strengthening the laws that protect Ontario’s provincial parks and other significant natural areas, Natural Resources Minister David Ramsay said today. Continue reading Ontario Working to modernize laws that protect provincial parks and natural areas