Friends of MacGregor Point Provincial Park invite everyone to leave their lily pads and hop on over to Wild for the Arts. This two-day outdoor festival puts creativity and nature together at the Port Elgin-area park, September 18 and 19. Continue reading Creativity And Nature At Wild For The Arts Festival
Great news! Last minute space is now available to sign up for this weekend’s Giant Digital Photography Workshop at Sleeping Giant Provincial Park, Friday Sept 17/10 – 4 p.m. to Sunday Sept 19/10 – 4 p.m. Continue reading Giant Digital Photography Weekend Workshop
Environment Canada predicts warm temperatures for Ontario this fall. That’s good news for beach lovers. Beach crowds are gone and the lake views are something else. Distances between Ontario Parks in southwestern Ontario along lakes Huron and Erie are short. Continue reading Beach Lovers And Fall Colours
The Ontario Parks Fall Colour Report is LIVE at http://www.ontarioparks.com/fallcolour . Check the report often. It is updated as colours change. Here are some of the best fall colour vantage points in Ontario Parks: Continue reading Fall Colour Vantage Points In Ontario Parks
Now in its 5th year, Harvestin’ the County Supper is expected to attract 700 food lovers to the beach at Sandbanks Provincial Park on Thursday, September 9. Continue reading Sandbanks Provincial Park Hosts Prince Edward County Harvest Supper
Come join us on Saturday August 21st and celebrate 50 years at Blue Lake Provincial Park!
There are many events planned in the park for this special day.
Here’s what is going on:
10 am – 2pm: Check out the Interpretive Centre and ask the naturalists any questions you have about the wildlife or history of the park.
1 pm: Join us at the picnic shelter for cake!
1:30 – 2:30 pm: Sandcastle building contest on the beach.
2:30 pm: Judging of sandcastles takes place.
8:30 pm: Travel back in time and meet some of the people who first lived on Blue Lake and learn how Blue Lake was formed.
So get your party hats on and come celebrate 50 fantastic years!
For more information on Blue Lake visit www.OntarioParks.com
If you’re thinking of booking a yurt this fall you can try one of Ontario Parks’ new learning vacations. Maybe you’ll get really adventurous and combine a yurt stay with a winter workshop. Yurts are surprisingly comfortable which is good news for boomers who used to camp, but in the last couple of years have chosen the creature comforts that nearby housekeeping resorts offer. Continue reading Yurts And Mini Learning Vacations
Imagine yourself standing along a major highway in Ontario, with 2000 other people, waiting to hear the sound of wolves. You could make this a reality by attending a wolf howl in Algonquin Provincial Park! Continue reading Shhhhhh…Can You Hear That?
Come celebrate 50 fabulous years at Killbear Provincial Park this Saturday, August 7th. The Friends of Killbear and Ontario Parks have been gearing up for this big birthday celebration for months and have a fun filled day planned. Continue reading Happy 50th Birthday Killbear!
Join fellow photographers on Saturday, August 14, 2010 (9 a.m. – 5 p.m.) at Sleeping Giant Provincial Park to learn tips and techniques on how to capture landscape images like they are right out of a magazine! Continue reading “Giant Landscapes” Digital Photography Workshop