The past few months have been full of twists and turns.
Our staff are working hard to ensure our visitors are having a safe and enjoyable time at Ontario Parks.
Here are a few ways you can do your part to maintain a smooth experience at our parks for all:
Continue reading 5 ways to help our staff this year
With a busy summer of camping, we all need to do our part to respect the parks we love.
Lately we’ve noticed some improper behaviour at the water taps. We’ve put together the ultimate guide for you on how to properly use the water taps at the park.
Continue reading How to use water taps responsibly
Welcome to our “Considerate Camper” series. These are posts with tips and reminders on how to keep our provincial parks clean and healthy. Already know how it’s done? Please share these posts along for less-experienced campers 🙂
When it comes to keeping your campsite neat and tidy, doing your dishes properly is key.
However, many campers struggle with how to effectively wash their dishes.
We get a lot of questions about this topic, so we’ve compiled all the tips and tricks on the best way to clean your dishes while camping.
Continue reading Considerate camper: washing dishes
Today’s post comes from Natural Heritage Education and Resource Management Supervisor Alistair MacKenzie.
The Old Ausable Channel runs through Pinery Provincial Park and hosts an impressive variety of species, many of which are species-at-risk.
But over the past few years, we’ve noticed a lot of extra litter ending up in the channel…
Continue reading Fishing for popsicles at Pinery