We’ve got lots to be thankful for here in Ontario, including this weekend’s beautiful weather report!
So why not spend this holiday weekend outside?
Campsites available October 9-12 at:
Take a hike on one of Grundy Lake Provincial Park‘s scenic hiking trails where you can see a Great Blue Heron rookery or a pair of Trumpeter swans. The numerous inland lakes offer excellent fishing, and canoes and kayaks are available for rent nearby.
The best decorated Halloween campsite wins 2 free nights of camping in 2016. Have your site ready by 4pm on Saturday, and don’t forget your favourite costume!
Grundy Lake is 3 hours from Toronto.
Take a spooky night hike at Six Mile Lake Provincial Park, and learn about bats, owls and other creatures that may be lurking around your campsite! When the sun comes up the next morning, kids can enjoy an interactive art and nature painting session.
The fully serviced park store offers food, camping and souvenir items and makes the best morning coffee in the area. Six Mile Lake also offers canoes, kayaks, pedal boats and fishing tackle for rent.
Six Mile Lake is 1.5-2 hours from Toronto.
Enjoy an afternoon full of activities, games and fun at the Halloween Howl, rounded off with a Costume Campfire and some trick or treating.
Rock Point Provincial Park is located on a bluff that runs along the shore of Lake Erie offering some great views and sunsets over the lake. Walk the trails and explore the different forest types found in the park.
Rock Point is 1.5 hours from Toronto, 1 hour from Niagara Falls.
Spend Thanksgiving weekend at Emily Provincial Park and join the spooky festivities. On Saturday, decorate your campsite, join the pumpkin carving contest, or walk the haunted trail. Finish your day by trick-or-treating with friends and family.
Bordering the quiet Pigeon River, (near Peterborough) offers two sandy beaches, fishing and a chance to go for a paddle.
Emily is 1.5 hours from Toronto, 3.5 hours from Ottawa.