We asked you what you remember most about Ontario Parks, and you came through. You told us about your nose-to-nose encounter with deer, the “Welcome Wagon” of skunks at your campsite, Grandpa’s burnt pancakes and that awful canoe trip that somehow, got you hooked. Continue reading Thanks for the memories!
Exciting Activities For The Whole Family
“I can’t think of a better way to enjoy an Ontario winter than by experiencing the peace and beauty of a snow-covered provincial park,” said Ramsay. “Many of our parks have well-marked, groomed trails for cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, or hiking. For overnight stays, some parks offer cozy cabins or other indoor accommodation or you can set up your own tent.” Continue reading Ontario’s Provincial Parks Make The Most of Winter
Got somebody on your gift list who’s hard to buy for? We have we got a suggestion for you! Ontario Parks Passes. That’s right. Our park vehicle permits for 2006 are on sale now. Continue reading Top Ten Reasons to Give Ontario Parks Passes as Holiday Gifts
If your summer vacation seems like a distant memory, Ontario Parks has something that may help you get through the months ahead or solve a gift-giving dilemma. Ontario Parks exclusive line of souvenir merchandise offers a selection of quality items for the young and the young-at-heart.
Our 2006 Ontario Parks Calendar features spectacular photographs of parks across the province… and you can use it to count down the days until your next get-away! Or you might choose Amorak our plush wolf cub, as a gift for that special someone on your list. Ontario Parks fleecewear will keep you warm and cozy no matter what the weather is like.
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About 200 people helped Ontario Parks celebrate the recent re-opening of the campground at Inverhuron Provincial Park. The guest list included Municipality of Kincardine Mayor Glenn Sutton; local MPP Carol Mitchell; Mike Brown, the Parliamentary Assistant to the Minister of Natural Resources; and Chief Paul Nadjiwan, of the Chippewas of Nawash Unceded First Nation. Past and current campers and Inverhuron staff were also on hand. Continue reading Re-opening of Campground at Inverhuron
September 7, 2005
PROVINCE RESTRICTS ACCESS TO MISSINAIBI PROVINCIAL PARK
Precautionary Measures Taken To Ensure Public Safety
TORONTO – The Ontario government is restricting access to certain interior areas of Missinaibi Provincial Park as a precautionary measure following a black bear attack on campers there yesterday, Natural Resources Minister David Ramsay announced today. Continue reading Province Restricts Access To Missinaibi Provincial Park
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