How about a campsite on the shore? Our weekly report of available campsites features four water-adjacent spots. Time for a quick weekend getaway?
Continue reading You could be camping
You’re never too old or too young to land your first catch!
The Learn to Fish program invites participants to discover a fun outdoor activity the whole family can enjoy! This free two-hour program combines a practical teaching session with hands-on fishing, supported by experienced instructors. Participants learn about fish identification, safety tips and equipment use. All equipment – rods, reels, lures, lifejackets and even a one-day fishing licence – is provided. Everything you need to land your first catch!
Continue reading Land your first catch
In the off-season, park staff work hard to improve the visitor experience at Ontario Parks. Here’s a sample of new infrastructure that has been added to parks for 2012: Continue reading New at Ontario Parks in 2012
On Saturday, August 23rd, Six Mile Lake Provincial Park is celebrating the opening of a new hiking trail honouring Canadian artist David Milne. Mr. Milne lived for six years on the shores of Six Mile Lake and completed one of his finest artworks entitled Over the Rock which illustrates the rolling rocks of the Canadian Shield. Continue reading Six Mile Lake Provincial Park Honours Canadian Artist David Milne