Today, we’re taking a look at some Ontario Parks entrance signs and how they have evolved through the ages!
RVing is an integral part of the Ontario Parks camping experience, and there’s no better time to plan a province-wide tour than now!
We’re teaming up with The Toronto Spring Camping and RV Show and Sale for an RVing Q&A live on Facebook on February 28 at 7:30. Tune in to learn everything you need to know to plan your own RV adventure!
For now, let’s take a look at some of the basics of RVing at Ontario Parks.
Ontario’s provincial parks hold a special place in the hearts of our donors.
Recently, they stepped up in a big way for Killarney Provincial Park.
Today’s post comes from Steven Groulx, a GIS Database Technician in Algonquin Provincial Park.
Today is GIS Day, and to celebrate we thought we would look back and see how far GIS has come over the years. From mapping, to tracking, to data collection, GIS staff do it all!
Are you stumped trying to figure out what to be for Halloween this year?
To help you out, we pulled together some ideas to inspire the perfect park Halloween get-up!
This year marks 75 years of interactive Discovery Programs at Ontario Parks.
To celebrate, parks across the province are planning a special day of guided hikes and Discovery Drop-ins on August 10!
Garlic Mustard may sound like a gourmet condiment, but it’s actually an invasive species in North America, introduced from Europe over 100 years ago.
It is a major enemy in the ongoing battle to maintain biodiversity in Arrowhead Provincial Park and many other provincial parks. It’s considered one of Ontario’s greatest forest intruders.
As our 125th anniversary year comes to a close, we would like to say a huge thank you for an amazing year.
Now etched into our history, here’s a few of the highlights from this exciting year.
Today’s post comes from Ontario Parks 125th Anniversary Coordinator Laura Myers.
Over the course of 2018, Ontario Parks’ 125th Anniversary has inspired us to reflect on our past and to imagine our future. We thought it would be fun to think about what Ontario Parks jobs may be required as we move forward into our next 125 years!
Each year, the Friends leave a lasting imprint on the park, and this year was no different. Their passion for parks is unmatched, and make our parks better for all who visit.
Here are some of the amazing 2018 project accomplishments from the southeastern Friends: