Information current as of May 24, 2022
Ontario Parks is open for overnight stays on campground and backcountry campsites and in roofed accommodations including cabins, yurts and cottages. Ontario Parks continues to offer outdoor recreational activities for day use in provincial parks and conservation reserves, and follows all public health advice to ensure the safety of staff and visitors.
Before planning your trip to Ontario Parks, click on the “Parks” drop down menu to view the Facilities and Activities icons to see what’s available at the provincial park or conservation reserve you wish to visit.
Park users are required to follow public health advice including practicing physical distancing where possible, and washing your hands regularly with soap and water or using alcohol-based hand sanitizer if soap and water are not available.
The safety of our visitors and staff is always our top priority. Staff prioritize cleaning of high-touch surfaces in public spaces including washrooms and other shared facilities.
Keep up to date by visiting individual park social media channels before you leave and when you are travelling to the park, especially for day use. A list of park accounts can be found on the Social Media page.
Please review the Frequently Asked Questions or the “Visiting Parks” section for more details and information on our facilities, services and programs.