- Question #1 :
Is camping available at Ontario Parks?
Ontario Parks is open for overnight stays on campground and backcountry campsites and in roofed accommodations including cabins, yurts and cottages. COVID-19 measures, modifications and restrictions may apply.
- Question #2 :
How do I know what facilities or activities are available at the operating provincial park I wish to visit?
Please click on the individual park page for the park you wish to visit for a list of facilities and activities that are being offered in each location.
- Question #3 :
Can I make future reservations for the 2023 camping season?
Ontario Parks accepts future reservations 5 months in advance of your arrival date.
Please continue to visit www.ontarioparks.com and Ontario Parks social media channels for the most up-to-date information.
- Question #4 :
What if I would like to cancel my future reservation due to the uncertainty?
At this time, normal reservation and penalty fees apply. For more information on our cancellation policy please visit our Reservation Penalty page.
- Question #5 :
What’s the difference between a non-operating park or conservation reserve and an operating park?
Non-operating provincial parks and conservation reserves offer limited recreational experiences, limited access, fewer facilities and generally no dedicated staff or fee collection. Operating parks offer a variety of services and facilities, such as campground camping, roofed accommodations, washrooms, and Discovery programs, and charge fees.
Please visit the Park Locator to find a provincial park or conservation reserve near you.
- Question #6 :
What precautions will be put in place to keep your public washrooms clean?
Priority for cleaning and disinfection is placed on high-touch surfaces in public areas including washrooms and other shared facilities. These areas will be cleaned and disinfected a minimum of once per day and more frequently when soiled.