Today’s post comes from Rob Cunningham, Superintendent of Presqu’ile and Ferris Provincial Parks.
I started working at Killarney Provincial Park in 1988, and that was the start of my many wonderful experiences of angling in Ontario’s provincial parks. I’ve been blessed in my career to work at over 14 parks, and I have fished and visited over 40 of them.
And they’re among the most beautiful locations and wonderful angling experiences anywhere.
Continue reading Reflections on 28 seasons of fishing in Ontario Parks
September is the perfect time for a weekend getaway. Summer temperatures linger, but Ontario’s beautiful forests have begun to display their Fall Colours!
Can we tempt you with one of these gorgeous fall campsites?
Continue reading You could be camping
The Last of the White Pine Loggers are returning home…
On August 2, the Wakami Wailers are hosting a benefit concert to help to restore the historic logging exhibit at Wakami Lake Provincial Park. The Wakami Wailers formed the band in 1981 – the band members all worked in the park as seasonal staff, and happened to be very talented musicians who had a love of traditional folk songs and a gift for story-telling. Over time, the band has built a large catalogue of songs that are now played by other bands, including their iconic song “The Last of the White Pine Loggers”.
Continue reading Wakami Wailers to host benefit concert at Wakami Lake Provincial Park