Today’s post comes from Dave Sproule, a Natural Heritage Education Specialist in our Northeast Zone.
Can you hear the water speak? The waters of the French River have many voices.
These voices travelled the river and lived along its shores. The French River has been a conduit for people, goods, and culture for thousands of years. The voices of the river are celebrated at the spectacular French River Visitor Centre.
Continue reading Voices of the river: exploring the French River Visitor Centre
Northeastern Ontario: Undeniably Big, Unbelievably Close.
We couldn’t agree more! If you’re chasing a BIG fishing experience, this is the post for you.
Northeastern Ontario Tourism asked their readers to vote for their top fishing destinations and the votes are in!
Join us in counting down the top 5 BIG fishing holes of Northeastern Ontario:
Continue reading Top 5 BIG fishing holes of Northeastern Ontario
Whether you’re planning a scenic day trip or a rugged backcountry adventure, Northeastern Ontario is a paddler’s playground.
Last year, Northeastern Ontario Tourism asked their readers to vote for their top paddling destinations…
…and the votes are in!
Join us in counting down the top 5 paddling destinations of Northeastern Ontario:
Continue reading 5 life-changing paddling routes of Northeastern Ontario
Today’s post comes from year-round multispecies angler and writer Ashley Rae of SheLovesToFish.com.
One of the most beautiful bodies of water I’ve visited throughout my fishing travels so far is the French River.
This river is unique. The French River is made up of a massive web of intertwined channels winding their way through the Canadian Shield rock face. To top it off, it’s surrounded by the breathtaking rugged scenery of the French River Provincial Park.
Beginning at Lake Nipissing, it flows 105 km southwest emptying into Georgian Bay on Lake Huron.
Continue reading Muskie memories on the French River
National Aboriginal Day invites us to learn more about Indigenous history, perspectives and culture, and help us build stronger relationships rooted in mutual respect and understanding.
We’re taking the opportunity to spotlight some of the wonderful partnerships and events shared with us by Indigenous leaders and communities across Ontario:
Continue reading Greetings, Boozhoo, Aaniin, Sekoh, Wachay, Ullakut!
We’re delighted to announce that eight of our backcountry (interior) parks now offer campers the freedom to purchase their permits online.
Here’s what you need to know about the new system:
Continue reading *NEW* Online permitting in 8 backcountry parks
Fishing season’s not here yet, but that’s no reason not to plan your dream getaway now.
If you’re planning a northern adventure in 2017, we’ve got a few fishing trips to add to your bucket list:
Continue reading 8 bucket list fishing trips in Northeastern Ontario
With the kids back in school, September is the perfect time to pack a picnic-for-two and spend a day at Ontario Parks. Here are ten parks with romantic picnic areas that are easy drives from Ontario urban centres. Need picnic recipe ideas? Check this Park Blog post, Park picnic recipes and tips. Continue reading Fall picnics are for lovers
In our recent Paddler’s Paradise post, we talked about learn to paddle programs at Ontario Parks but what if you are looking for a bit of white water excitement? So we took our question to Dave Sproule who works for Ontario Parks in northeastern Ontario and here are some of his ideas. Continue reading Experience white water paddling in Ontario Parks
Have you ever imagined what it was like 200 years ago during the fur trade era? What it would be like to paddle the Canadian rivers in a Voyageur Canoe? Continue reading David Thompson Brigade At The French River Visitor Centre