The journey moves through the northwest of Algonquin Provincial Park and is ideal for those looking for wildlife, stunning lakes and tasty meals cooked over an open fire. The pace is relaxed which makes this canoe trip suitable for all abilities and experience levels. If you’re lucky, you might catch sight of a large moose or hear a pack of wolves. Continue reading Journey of the Voyageur: 3-Day Algonquin Park Canoe Trip
While our provincial parks offer breathtaking views and spectacular scenery, the rugged terrain can make it difficult for people with disabilities to have an Ontario Parks experience. Continue reading Ontario Parks Breaking Down Barriers
Paddle the northwest corner of Algonquin in search of moose. Wake up with the sun, canoe through the mist and enjoy magical mornings photographing famed wildlife of Algonquin. Learn all about wildlife photography and enjoy three glorious days inside the most famous Ontario Park. Continue reading Algonquin Park Moose Photography Workshop
Join us in our second season of digital photography workshops at Sleeping Giant Provincial Park. Let local professional photographer Barry Wojciechowski (LPPO, PPOC) refresh or enhance your camera skills with tips and techniques on the how to’s of digital photography amongst the inspiring natural wonders of Sleeping Giant Provincial Park. Continue reading More Giant Digital Photography Workshops at Sleeping Giant Provincial Park!
Interested in a first-hand wildlife research experience? Join wildlife experts at the Wildlife Research Station May 21-24, 2010 to accompany them in their attempts to better understand Algonquin’s plants and animals. This workshop is a great opportunity to learn more about the science behind wildlife research. Participants will have the opportunity to explore field and laboratory research techniques as they learn more about Algonquin’s wildlife. Continue reading Wildlife Research Weekend at Algonquin
Ontario Parks is excited to partner with Trees Ontario in its delivery of the Ontario government’s 50 Million Tree program, and with Earth Rangers to establish tree plantations at three southern Ontario provincial parks. Continue reading Caution, tree seedlings at work
Spring is here and Ontario Parks are opening! Ontario has 329 provincial parks to choose from that cover an area larger than the province of Nova Scotia. There are countless reasons to get out there and discover the best Ontario has to offer. Continue reading Five Reasons To Visit Ontario Parks This Spring
Ontario Parks is pleased to announce that the French River Visitor Centre has been declared the recipient of the 2010 Governor General’s Medal in Architecture. Continue reading Congratulations To The French River Visitor Centre!
Nothing excites paddlers more than a strong spring sun accelerating the change of seasons. The early spring has paddling enthusiasts scrambling to get their gear together to take advantage of the great weather. Continue reading Ontario Parks at Trailhead’s SPRING RUNOFF 2010
One of the most magical times of the year to go canoeing, kayaking or hiking in the interior of Ontario Parks is just after the ice has left the lakes and just before black flies hatch – and start looking for a blood meal. Continue reading Ice Out Canoe Trips