Tourism Thunder Bay has once again organized Canada’s ultimate outdoor adventure campaign, “Seven Days With The Giant”. This summer, one lucky winner and three friends will be able to enjoy an all expense paid weeklong adventure exploring the Thunder Bay region. Continue reading You Could Win Seven Days With The Giant!
Looking for a sweetheart of a deal? Then be sure to register you and yours, during the month of February, for one of the Giant Digital Photography Workshops in Ontario Parks this season. Continue reading Valentines’ Gifts for Photographers!
Hello early birds! The early registration deadline for the Sleeping Giant Loppet is fast approaching. Register by February 6th to take advantage of the lowest entry fee. This annual loppet offers distances of 8 km, 20 km, 35 km or 50 km Continue reading Sleeping Giant Loppet – Early Bird Registration!
Ski the Chocolate Cup Challenge, an annual Valentine’s Day ski race at Atikokan, near Quetico Provincial Park. Hosted by the Beaten Path Nordic Club, this year’s Chocolate Cup is on February 12. Families are welcome. Plenty of chocolate will be served and there are prizes for all. Stay an extra day and ski the groomed trails at Quetico or book a stay in one of two yurts. Continue reading Valentine ideas at Ontario Parks
Looking for fun Family Day Weekend activities in Ontario Parks? You’ve come to the right place. Continue reading Family Day Weekend at Ontario Parks
The Ontario Parks’ new reservation service is now available for you to book your favourite campsite – online or by telephone!
Our phone number and web address have stayed the same. You continue to go to ontarioparks.com/reservations or 1-888-ONT-PARK (1-888-668-7275) to make your campsite reservation. The call centre hours will remain the same: 7:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. Online reservations can still be made 24 hours/day, year round. The International telephone number is now: 1-519-826-5290.
Now is the time to explore camping possibilities in Ontario Parks. Check out our new reservation system to plan your next adventure!
In an earlier blog posting, we mentioned Killarney’s Christmas Bird Count. This year’s count recorded one of the highest number of species since our Killarney count began in 1998.
And it included a total of 32 species and 474 birds. Here’s a breakdown. Continue reading Results are in – 13th Annual Christmas Bird Count in Killarney
That’s right; we’re back for a third season of photography learning programs at Sleeping Giant Provincial Park near Thunder Bay. For 2011 we’re kicking off the series with a spring refresher program at Kakabeka Falls Provincial Park in late May. Continue reading 2011 Giant Digital Photography Workshops Announced!
An old fashioned Christmas
Bronte Creek Provincial Park in Oakville is open year round and always has exciting things for families to do. Every weekend until December 23, families can book a special Homestead Christmas and step back to the year 1900. Continue reading Winter family fun at Ontario Parks